LBB and SS should be unlisted and added to the inactive admins section. May I or may someone else change it?
What is this wiki's policy on rights removal? I look through Special:ListUsers/patroller, Special:ListUsers/sysop, and Special:ListUsers/chatmoderator and I see several users who haven't signed in or edited in months (or years), yet they still hold their rights. Some users holding rights even appear to be blocked. Not that it's a problem, but it's helpful to often remove inactive users' rights so they don't show up in the list of users with those rights, so that people don't expect them to be doing administrator, patroller, or chat moderator responsibilities. Other wikis that remove inactive users' rights generally do it after around 3 months, 6 months, or 1 year of inactivity, or after they state they plan to be indefinitely inactive. Upon returning, users with their rights removed due to inactivity can generally just be granted their rights back without having to redo a request process. Essentially this is just a maintenance task for sysops/bureaucrats to keep the local list of users tidy and accurate based on active users. If there isn't already a removal process similar to what I've described, I feel it should be something voted on as a possibility for here. --Bourgeoisie (talk) 22:21, March 17, 2015 (UTC)