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Mailing list admins[]

The default mailing list administrator is the person who requested the wiki. Their primary responsibility is helping people get subscribed to, or unsubscribed from, the list (as not everyone is comfortable with the tricky web interface). Note that subscription applications must be distinguished from spam, which should be deleted. DO NOT send spammers any messages, like "You need to subscribe", because this will increase the amount of spam you receive.

Other tasks include:

  1. cross-posting messages that pertain to other lists;
  2. gently suggesting that contributors keep on topic and/or avoid flaming each other.

List admins can change specific options on their mailing list and edit the moderation queue. The admin interface is reachable by using the link*-l where * is the name of the wiki. Not all changes are permitted. You cannot, for example, prevent the lists being publicly readable.

See Mailing list administration on Meta.wikimedia for more details.