I have to side with Terri Rick on this one. Sure it's a great idea to open profiles of inactive managers, along with probably all that they manage. But, being cautious lets:
Clarify the length of time of inactivity. Is it 2 months, or 3 years and everything in between?
Does it have any other "qualifier" like a dump and run ged.com profile or was the manager fairly active until a point in the past where they just dropped off (could have internet access or food, a computer or their house, .... you get the idea--the world has been and in some areas still going through a critical financial crisis) maybe because no one reached out to help them with merges or just basic assistance.
Do we make every attempt (multiple requests explaining what will happen if they don't respond within a certain timeframe), do we test to see if their email is still active? The information contained within their profiles is something that that manager worked hard on to accumulate and acquire and then whether manually or by ged.com uploaded, shared on Wiki Tree.
I know we arborist's would love this. But, we really have to look at the health of Wiki Tree. And genealogists, professional and the part time family historian have a way with words, and word of mouth can make or break a reputation. Ours should be guarded with very defined and structured guidelines that are known to all and observed by all those who participate. (Oh, that was Eutopia, sorry).
Perhaps it is time that we put at the top of the honor code what these guidelines are and that each point in the honor code has a place where one must sign. Break it up into multiple mini-signature-screens, similiar to an online survey or test. If you agree with this statement: Yes No . Traditional attention spans for disclaimer pages which is what our Honor Code resembles is a quick click and go, and as this rambles on, so does this.
Closing: Let's get something specific to work with in regards to opening profiles. I know if I went away for a few weeks, and came back and my work was all open, I would then have a stroke and be down for many months to come.