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Terminology: “bureaucrats” have the utmost technical privilege but don't set policy?

The most obvious term to me is administrators. What Wiki* calls “bureaucrats” are really administrators, both in the sense of a judicial administrator (someone who manages an estate on behalf of ...
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What is the difference between an admin, a community manager and a moderator?

While there is overlap, I see the roles as follows: Admin - is administrator for the platform, user management, site layout, creating new forums etc. Doesn't concern himself with content (posts etc.),...
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What is the difference between an admin, a community manager and a moderator?

Roles can be confusing because they are often shared. It's important to separate the individual from the role and recognize that individuals often perform multiple roles. Admins (short for "...
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What does a Community Manager do?

Definition of community manager: An executive in the company who acts as the ambassador of a company or brand on the web. The community manager builds and monitors multiple communities generated in ...
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Terminology: “bureaucrats” have the utmost technical privilege but don't set policy?

Is there a better name for users who have a technically high level of power, but are in practice bound never to use it except when directed to do so by the community? Yes, there are different names ...
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