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Comment: yes, they do need to stay open for two weeks
Do RfA's really need to last for two weeks? They seem to get more attention than anything else on the wiki, and get a bucketload of responses in just a day. Is the second week really necessary? (besides, wasn't it one week before? or am I remembering incorrectly...) -CligraJoin the redlink war!
Oh gee, this just happened to come up right after my request. You just want EVERYTHING INVOLVING ME, GONE! Besides, I usually see them get popular once every 10 days.
Yeah, I agree with everything here Clig. I think about one week should be long enough at the most if there aren't any dramas/major concerns that pop up during the voting period. - 18:33, June 3, 2012 (UTC)
Though I do think that one week is long enough, I think that keeping it at two is fine. Patience is a wonderful virtue, and one and admin definitely should have. --Berrybrick(Talk) 18:34, June 3, 2012 (UTC)
Per Berrybrick. Patience is a key quality needed in admins. SKP4472 Talk 13,204 Edits!Devoted Editor of Brickipedia 20:46, June 3, 2012 (UTC)
Per SKP who said "Per Berrybrick". klagoer 20:48, June 3, 2012 (UTC)
(hard saying anything here, because of Rfa) I'd like it to be 1 week, because it is shorter, and these days we get consensus very easily, but patience is a great virtue, but a week less win't hurt anyone. --Czech 22:33, June 3, 2012 (UTC)
Per Berrybrick Chargetalk Devoted editor of Brickipedia. 00:10, June 4, 2012 (UTC)
I definitely think we need at least one week to ensure that everyone who wants to say anything has more than likely seen it, and I don't see how 2 weeks hurts, it gives enough time to resolve discussions, etc. NightblazeSaber 00:33, June 4, 2012 (UTC)