Jillaine, thanks for your additional comment. So now I know that Project Coordinators, as well as Leaders have the "power" to change relationships on PPP's. But the word "power" need not be in quotes, am I right Jillaine? You do actually have the power, right? "Power" in this instance can be taken literally, can't it? On a sight like this, there does need to be trained and competent people (such as yourself and Paula J) at the helm, else we would all be struggling out in cyber space someplace. :-} ha ha ha....that brings some crazy images to mind!
But, I have a curious mind. And so here's what question comes next...
What is the line of authority on wikitree? And what are their duties? Is there a Head Leader, Leaders (how many?), Project Coordinator (one or more for each project?), ??? (not knowing who else holds authority) ???... All the way on the line to the Volunteer/Profile Manager.
Perhaps there is some place on the initial information pages that explain this, but I don't remember seeing it. If there is a page, could you direct me to it? Thanks.
If not, an information page that explains this would be beneficial. If us volunteers had a list of those in authority and what their responsibilities are, then perhaps we would avail ourselves :-) to check it out, and know who to contact when confusion arises. :-) I say that with a smile, since I know that there are lots of explanation pages on wiki ---- pages that are written with great detail ---- that take lots of time and thought ---- and many of us volunteers do not avail ourselves to read them. So sorry about that, to all you Leaders and Project Coordinators, and others who work so hard to make this such a good genealogical web site. I APPRECIATE YOU!
The more I wikitree, the more I see how much work it takes, from such a great Team. My thanks to all of you.
And now I'm thinking I should have started a new thread, since most of this has nothing to do with Rufus Dawes! ha ha ha....
Have an enjoyable evening,