- For a list of administrators and other staff, refer to MicroWiki:Staff.
Administrators are users and editors of MicroWiki who have been elected by the community to help with the day-to-day running of the website and the moderation of user-generated content. Also known as Admins or SysOps (System Operators), these users have been afforded access to restricted technical features and assorted tools to help regulate content, resolve issues and keep the wiki accessible to all through their maintenance efforts. A subgroup of Administrators, known as Bureaucrats, have the power to promote other users to Administrative privileges and similar functions. Usually, all Admins are made Bureacrats after being promoted.
It is worth noting that Administrators are not a special subgroup of users in the sense that they are ordinary members of the community and, in most cases, micronationalists who maintain articles for their own micronation. It is regarded as the duty of all users of MicroWiki to ensure their articles are up to standard and to help with the general maintenance of the wiki. Rather, the Administrating team exists to manage large-scale maintenance of the wiki, provide help to new users, resolve issues that cannot be addressed by ordinary users (protecting pages, dealing with vandalism, suspending users etc.). They are trusted members of the community who users can look to for assistance and guidance. In all their work, Administrators are expected to be impartial and put their duties before their individual micronational obligations.
Administrators also exist to promote user cooperation and try to resolve disputes that may arise between editors. Whether this comes in the form of creating a balanced edit to a disputed article or "sitting two people down" and talking out their problems, the most important duty of a MicroWiki Admin is to serve the community and ensure all users are happy with content and communal cooperation. Administrators are not infallible, supreme community leaders - they are members of the community who have been trusted to fulfil a special maintenance role. MicroWiki is, like every wiki, a community project where all contributions are valued - editors should never mistake Administrators for the supreme authority on content.