Bureaucrats are a step above administrators. They possess all rights in a wiki and are the only ones who can give admin status to other users. Bureaucrats are also able to change/edit the wiki's interface/layout.
To become a bureaucrat, you need to have another bureaucrat assign you.
Admins maintain and oversee everything on the wiki. Some actions they perform include going back and fixing malicious editing/vandalism, assigning Discussions moderators and aiding in keeping the wiki up-to-date. They also have the ability to lock a page to prevent users without admin/mod rights from renaming or editing a certain page, block IP addresses and/or users, delete pages, and perform a "roll-back" if needed. Admins can also use all of the Discussions moderation features.
To become an admin, you need to have a bureaucrat assign you.
Content moderators assist the admins and bureaucrats with maintaining the wiki and can change protection levels/edit protected pages, delete/undelete pages, and move/overwrite files.
To become a moderator, you need to have a bureaucrat assign you.
Discussions moderators have access to all of the necessary mod tools that can be used on Discussions, and their job is to keep Discussions a safe place and ensure that all users are following the rules. Some things they can do is delete/lock posts, delete replies to posts and view reported posts.
To become a Discussions moderator, you need to have at least an admin assign you.
What shouldn't the Administration Team do?
Admins should never abuse user/abilities rights for their own gain. If abuse is noticed, it will result in immediate termination of users rights and a permanent ban from the wiki. Admin user rights should be only used to clean up vandalism, organize and clear spam from the wiki. Admins still follow the same rules and policies as everyone else.
Another cause of rights termination may be inactivity. If an administrator stops editing for more than 100 days without prior notice, they will be contacted by an active staff member regarding their position, and, if they then don't reply to that, they will face demotion.
How do I become an Administrator?
Currently, the Kimetsu no Yaiba Wiki is not looking for any administrator/moderator applications. However, if a user presents skill and dedication when editing the wiki, they may be scouted by a bureaucrat and be promoted to admin/mod level.
What's the difference between a Bureaucrat and an Administrator?
A bureaucrat is a user that can make other users bureaucrats or administrators on the wiki. Admins do not have this ability. However, they cannot remove the bureaucrat rights from another user. A Community Staff member must do this.