Considering how large the head admin task is I came up with the following idea, we can divide the role into different divisions to make it much easier for head admin to manage. Just like in the corporate structure, CEO (head admin) will have the final say and will report to Marius and he will have division officers under him that report to him (like CTO, CFO, COO, etc. in corporations). For now I came up with the following roles but these can be adjusted depending on the workload and responsibility: - Reports officer: assesses the reports for admins, players and ban appeals based on the presented evidence and arguments by admins as well as players. Has final say in report topics in forum unless head admin overrides the decision. (high forum activity requirement) - Membership officer: handles the member requests and approves or denies them based on the server history of the player. (high forum activity requirement) - Staff officer: handles the helper/admin access requests and approves or denies the requests based on the player's history on the server, votes on the forum and his personal judgement. Has final say in access requests unless head admin overrides the decision. (high server activity requirement) - Intermediary officer: handles inter-staff related disputes and conflicts by talking to both parties. (I really think that discussions among the staff shouldn't be public and handled privately over discord and often an intermediary is required. This title basicly names a formal intermadiary for helpers/admins to share and discuss staff related problems) (high reachability/availability requirement) - Server officer: handles the problems regarding day-to-day operations of the server (i.e. crashes, under/overtuned knockback etc.) and relays them to the head admin/moderator or Marius. (extremely high server activity requirement) This way the head admin does not need to go after every single event and only needs to resolve problems that are beyond the skills of the officers. Since these titles do not require extra server access, they can be considered as the same level as "senior admins" with different name tags so there is no significant overhead for implementation. Head admin keeps the entire power as he has as he is the final decision mechanism and can override any decision made by any officer but does not need to attend every matter personally which in my oppinion is too great of a task to ask from any single person. So, what do you guys think? Tell me about your opinions.