Administrator access is granted to known and trusted members of the community who are familiar with the policies of Wikispecies. Administrator access is not meant to imply editorial authority on the project.
You can request adminship on Wikispecies if you meet the following criteria:
You are not completely new to Wikimedia projects. You have been an editor for at least 2 months and you understand and agree with the goals of the project.
You have a user page on Wikispecies and are a contributor here.
You agree to follow relevant policies and respect consensus of Wikispecies' users.
There is a consensus amongst users here that you would be a suitable administrator.
Administrators assume these responsibilities as volunteers who go through a community review process. They are not acting as employees of the Wikimedia Foundation. They are never required to use their tools, and must never use them to gain an advantage in a dispute in which they are involved.
Misusing the administrative tools is considered a serious issue. The administrative tools are provided to trusted users for maintenance and other tasks, and should be used with thought. Serious misuse may result in sanction or even their removal. Misuse, and its consequences, are defined and decided by consensus of the Wikispecies community.
Before you can request access, you must register your nickname and log in.
Type "/nick theusernameyouwantgoeshere" to switch to that username,
register by typing "/msg nickserv register yourpasswordyouremail".
To keep your email address private, type: "/msg nickserv set hidemail on"
To keep others from using your name while you're offline, type: "/msg nickserv set enforce on"
In the future, you must login by typing "/msg nickserv identify yourpasswordgoeshere" (some clients can do this automatically when you connect).
You access the channel with command /join #wikispecies-admins.
For improving translatable help pages and categories. Requested "administrator" and "translation administrator" rights (both flags at once). As example, for improving translation markup in Wikispecies:Localization etc. I have admin rights on Meta-wiki and MediaWiki.org (mainly for these same goals), and also translation admin rights in Wikidata, Commons, Meta-wiki and MediaWiki.org. --Kaganer (talk) 09:32, 17 September 2017 (UTC)
Oppose There is no demonstrable need for administrator permission at this time, but like other users, I am not against permission from translation administrator. —Alvaro Molina (✉ - ✔) 01:04, 22 September 2017 (UTC)
Oppose - I do not see the need, as others have said no objection for translator. Scott Thomson (Faendalimas) talk 22:32, 22 September 2017 (UTC)