In short, the process will be:
- Get these policies approved (about a week)
- Have local discussions to modify existing local CheckUser policies, and vote on local CheckUsers (about a week)
- Local CheckUsers will have to sign a confidentiality agreement (this is different than the Weird Gloop NDA) and provide proof they are at least 18 years of age.
Support - Had my question answered in discord, but I'll put it here in case anyone else is curious:
- Badassiel: if i'm reading right, local admin is an admin of n wiki, and being an admin of n wiki doesn't necessarily mean they are granted access to the information?
- Cook: CheckUser is a thing kind on top of adminship
- Cook: not all admins will get checkuser
Comment - Seems reasonable ^^ I've tweaked/tidied-up the CheckUser policy a tad. Haven't looked at the other one so far (hence not immediately supporting with this message).
On a related note, any reason "Access to nonpublic personal data policy" is not called "Access to private personal data policy"? - Rawny (talk) 23:41, 18 June 2019 (UTC)
- I have been informed (by Miss Badass and Mr Suity from our legal department) that non-public and private have a legal distinction, so I'm merely hyphenating it - Rawny (talk) 21:33, 19 June 2019 (UTC)
- I've tweaked the phrasing of the Access to non-public personal data policy too - Rawny (talk) 23:23, 19 June 2019 (UTC)