Wikipedia talk:Administrators

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Reverts discussion clarity

@Amorymeltzer: It might be good to clarify what you disagree with.

You have reverted my edit about changing "Users and IP's" -> "Editors" and I replied by modifying it in this edit.

You then reverted my edit about page linking, unrelated (?) to the other revert. Regarding that, I disagree with the change back to Main article, since the guide is not the main article, but something prospective candidate should also see if they are interested in becoming an administrator. E to the Pi times i (talk | contribs) 15:02, 11 April 2018 (UTC)

Yes, unrelated. As I said, I disagree: when it comes to "becoming an administrator" I would absolutely say the guide should be linked as the main page. WP:RfA itself is arguably the main page, but I think it's patently unhelpful to link that page prominently. The guide is helpful, and links to plenty of other documents like WP:RFAADVICE, and is probably the main place someone interested should start their reading. ~ Amory (utc) 15:19, 11 April 2018 (UTC)
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