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Proposed policy
See Dragon Age Wiki:Signatures

This rule will then be codified in Dragon Age Wiki:Signatures in precisely these words, no more, no less and enforced in an ex nunc manner.

Argument for
Many of the users on the wiki don't follow a consistent pattern when using their signatures. It would be best to have a policy/guideline to fall back on.
Voting Process
A decision will be made after a week of discussion and voting, unless it is clear the community will accept the proposal. If a member believes something needs to be changed, they will propose it on this page, and a vote will be held on that specific proposal. After the week is over, the policy will either be adopted or ratified. Adoption is defined as an approved policy with no current votes for amendments. Ratification is defined as an approved policy with open amendment voting; the policy will still be enforced while ratified. After the amendments are adopted or rejected, the administrators will then decide if a final vote is necessary to get a clear community consensus. Administrators may also open a third vote if the community clearly wishes to have one held; however, it is up to the discretion of a majority of active administrators. The format and timing of this process may not be engineered to skew a possible vote.


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  1. Yes as proposer. Max21 (talk | contr) 18:44, July 31, 2010 (UTC)
  2. Yes Thorough and helpful. Sounds good to me. Friendship smallLoleil Talk 01:47, August 1, 2010 (UTC)
  3. Yes Looks good. SoggyBobcat (talk) 05:30, August 2, 2010 (UTC)
  4. Yes Sounds good to me. -Vim- (talk) 11:57, August 2, 2010 (UTC)



This is essentially based on Wikipedia's version, since most of their policies have been tested and are proven to work. I am open for some changes, so amendments aren't really needed at this point in time. Max21 (talk | contr) 18:44, July 31, 2010 (UTC)

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