Stepford County Railway Wiki
Advertisement

The Stepford County Railway Wiki has some information about how to appeal punishments. The appeals policy is the place where this information is located.

Wiki punishments

All appealable wiki punishments can be appealed through the reply sections of the original messages only. Some punishments may be unappealable. While most punishments are appealable, if staff sees the necessity of making it unappealable, or if the punishment is issued for one of the reasons below, they may be unappealable.

  • Any violations of Fandom’s Terms of Use
  • Blocks issued to alternate accounts
  • Posting leaked material
  • Raiding

After a punishment was appealed, it cannot be appealed again for one month.

Discord punishments

All appealable Discord punishments can be appealed through the appeal form only. Some punishments may be unappealable. While most punishments are appealable, if staff sees the necessity of making it unappealable, or if the punishment is issued for one of the reasons below, they may be unappealable.

  • Any violations of Discord’s Terms of Use
  • Blocks issued to alternate accounts
  • Posting leaked material
  • Raiding

After a punishment was appealed, it cannot be appealed again for one month.

Blacklist punishments

All appealable blacklist punishments can be appealed through the appeal form only, regardless of where they were issued. While most punishments are appealable, if staff sees the necessity of making it unappealable, or if the punishment is issued for one of the reasons below, they may be unappealable. Appeal blacklists are not appealable in any case.

After a punishment was appealed, it cannot be appealed again for one month.

Invalidly issued punishments

Punishments which have been issued for invalid reasons will be removed.

Process

Appeals which have been sent in are processed by the administrators and bureaucrats. Appeals can be voted on by the person who originally issued the punishment, however, a majority of administrators have to vote in order for an appeal to be closed, meaning all appeals are checked by at least two people currently.

Advertisement