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I was mostly absent from the site when ysth announced in the Janitor's Wiki that all janitors who wished to remain on the team say so. Just because my participation was at a low level at that time does not mean that it will remain so in the future. I have been a member of janitors for many years -- i have abided by policy when making formatting corrections and it is hard not to take this personally.

I feel that making this request at the Wiki was sneaky. If ysth wanted to cut back on the number of janitors, then i feel he should have sent out private /msg's to every member asking if they wish to remain on the team or not. Now that i have been kicked off the team, i feel that i will have to prove my worthiness again. The first time, i was appointed by vroom. Now someone else gets to call that shot, and i find this to be very unfair. I put in many hours as a janitor, and i do not appreciate someone removing me from a group without directly contacting me first.

I hope this is the first and last time such behavior happens here at the Monastery.


(the triplet paradiddle with high-hat)

In reply to Re^2: How do janitors get fired? by jeffa
in thread How do janitors get fired? by Anonymous Monk

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