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I realize a similar forum was started and finished already, but this is a bit different. CJC and I noticed that several of these "rules" users enforce in RfR votes/comments aren't actually written rules, and they should be; things like "No canvassing support/opposition" or "Only administrators can strike invalid votes". There are likely many more. I feel a larger written policy should be on the Brickipedia:User rights/Requests page. Any other further thoughts/suggestions? --ToaMeiko (talk) 01:59, September 4, 2013 (UTC)

Okay. :P I don't see why administrators have to be the only ones to strike votes though. Patrollers, at least, should be able to so long as it is not in accordance with written rules, I think. --Berrybrick (Talk) 02:56, September 4, 2013 (UTC)
I don't see why admins have to strike votes that don't meet 100ms. Strike invalid opposes should be an admin thing, but anyone can check editcount, and if they are wrong or they have had past accounts, it can just be undone. A question: If someone votes and they have say 56 edits, it is stricken, then they make a huge edit spree and get to 100, does it then be unstricken? ~ CJC 12:26, September 4, 2013 (UTC)
@CJC: When I joined, it was at the beginning of the vote. That was a loooong time ago though. Jag 07:28, September 7, 2013 (UTC)