jdlessley wrote: RussellHltn wrote:
jdlessley wrote:Those that do not want stake admins interfering with LUWS administration usually figure out they can remove the stake admins and do so.
Until the stake admins team up and add themselves back.
It seems the direction here is that all callings will be recorded in MLS and the rights flow from that. That sounds like a better idea then allowing admins to add admins where not everyone can see who is a admin.
????? Either you do not understand what I was proposing or I do not understand what you are saying.
The first part refers to how LUWS works now. Stake admins can team up and add themselves back into a ward website that they have been deleted from. BTDT.
The second part is just an observation. The church seems to be moving toward the idea that callings recorded in MLS sets member's rights. One benefit of this idea is that anyone with access to MLS can see who holds admin rights to the website. Currently with LUWS, one has to be an admin to see who the other admins are. That strikes me as limiting the Bishopric's ability to oversee the operations.
Granted the calendars work differently, but I think that's by necessity. There are no pre-determined calenders, so it would be difficult to be able to set in MLS what calender each individual can admin.
As for your proposal, I disagree with it on two counts. First, it gives the ward power over the stake. That's not the order of things. Can you show me any other area of the church where it works that way?
Secondly, to suggest that a new ward admin adds a stake admin so the stake can conduct training strikes me as placing the cart before the horse. How is the ward admin going to know how to do that prior to their training?
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