So I recently opened a discussion (see here) about what to do with community votes. So I'm making a vote to make them only for policy modifications. It's so dang silly to vote on literally every single thing, some of which have no bearing on a large amount of users. So really, I think we should just make CVs only for policy modifications and leave other big decisions to the administrative team that most of the community voted in. In turn this wil also allow other staff members to do their jobs more efficiently since it won't require a community vote every time a mod wants to mod chat or a patroller wants to edit some articles. (this is sarcasm). And then, if someone wants to do something, they can either ask the admins or just go ahead and do it, depending on the scale (i.e. if someone wants to make a weekly blog that goes in the news section, they'd ask an admin, whereas if someone wanted to make one that didn't go in the news category they wouldn't have to).
Should we make CVs applicable only for policy modifications?
A) Yes: 17 Votes
B) No: 7 votes
Consensus reached; Community Votes are now only to be used for policy modifications, any other large changes to be screened by admins