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  • #390970
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    Dear Admins, this is a personal plea for the good of Brickfilms.com.

    I never thought Tim would cut it as a minister, but when An Old Ore stepped down as MoFR and no one seemed to want to fill in the empty space he had left, I stepped up and eventually so did Tim. Tim had been around longer than I and I was only interested in helping this site and filling the need at the time. So I stepped down as a candidate and let Tim take it. I don’t know what Tim has done to every one else, but I have received PMs (unnecessary I might add) from Tim that are very “Unministerly” so I’m assuming that other people have had similar experiences. I decided to just let it drop, but this thread was the last straw.

    http://www.brickfilms.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=22049

    After all this I now request that Tim should be removed from office and I will gladly correct the mistake I made of withdrawing my candidacy and step up.

    Why I would make a good MoFR (as outlined by An Old Ore)

    “An Old Ore” wrote: The additional responsibilities are:

    * Maintain / improve the ‘Rules for submitting films’ thread or come up with a new way for films to be submitted.
    * Make decisions on appeals (if they are allowed).
    * Hire and Fire members of the RP.
    * Make decisions when RP members can’t decide on a film if it ought to be accepted or not.

    On the first point, I would review the rules and do my best to improve them.

    Second point, easy.

    Third point, I would remove the members who no longer wish to remain part of the panel and recruit extras when things have settled

    Fourth point, this doesn’t happen very often but I have proven competent in deciding on “Border-line” films.

    Now to the community, I ask you…

    …Do you want Tim to continue or would you rather have my self as the Minister of Film Reviews?

    #390971
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    Littlebrick
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    Personally, I’m not voting for either. Nothing against you, but you haven’t exactly been on the review panel that long, so why should you just suddenly be in charge of it? And Tim’s been acting like a total jerk, so I don’t want him as the MoFR either.

    So I’m going to sit out this one.

    #390973

    Some part of me is agreeing with you but then another part is me thinking Tim is doing this as a slight joke.
    I suppose the position could be elected instead of being hand-picked. The only reason I won as MoFC before the elections was to finish The BCS#1 and there were no other candidates.

    “Littlebrick” wrote: you haven’t exactly been on the review panel that long

    I don’t think that really matters. I nominate Littlebrick for Minister of Film Reveiws.

    #390975
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    When An Old Ore stepped down, Tim and I both offered to fill his shoes. I thought that seeing as Tim had been around longer, there was no point in going for the position. So I stepped down and let him take it. I now regret stepping down, so I’m stepping back up for the good of BrickFilms.com.

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    “The Doctor” wrote: When An Old Ore stepped down, Tim and I both offered to fill his shoes.

    Yes, I know. I read the thread :P.

    #390981
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    And now I’m correcting the mistake I made.

    #390984
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    Littlebrick
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    I’m pretty sure Tim had been on the Review Panel for a while before he became MoFR. But I guess if no one else steps up, a newer member of the panel could. I think that person should have good leadership skills, and have a good idea of how the whole reviewing process works. They should also be able to explain why a film was rejected to the member who made that film, and handle any criticism that the member in question may dish out.

    And thank you, Stevie.

    #390987
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    All of which I have Littlebrick.

    #390988

    “Littlebrick” wrote: ….a newer member of the panel could. I think that person should have good leadership skills, and have a good idea of how the whole reviewing process works. They should also be able to explain why a film was rejected to the member who made that film, and handle any criticism that the member in question may dish out.

    And you can do all that, so you’d be good for the job.

    “Littlebrick” wrote: And thank you, Stevie.

    You’re welcome.

    #390989
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    Wow, three supporting me already. Thanks guys, now I need food.

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