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Say, if the admin-to-be gets 15+ supporters (20+ for crats) in less than a week without a single opposer, the user would be promoted by the end of the week, unless someone opposes before then.
 
Say, if the admin-to-be gets 15+ supporters (20+ for crats) in less than a week without a single opposer, the user would be promoted by the end of the week, unless someone opposes before then.
   
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Read this thoroughly.There are times when admins and bureaucrats get support from more than enough users early (remember my nomination?). In my point of view, if it’s very obvious that the nomination isn’t going to fail, why not promote the user early? What’s the point in waiting?

Say, if the admin-to-be gets 15+ supporters (20+ for crats) in less than a week without a single opposer, the user would be promoted by the end of the week, unless someone opposes before then.

Feel free to share your ideas, but be aware we’re just talking about admin/bureaucrat nominations and not mod or rollback.

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