Ye if he's been inactive for 2 years, pretty sure you'll easily get that position but I think you should just get rid of the option for players to edit some pages of the wiki. Most people who change the pages just vandalize them so it's probably better without public edit access.
Author Response: While that may sounds nice, FANDOM have a central idea where the wiki platform can be edited by everyone in the community. In other words, we cannot protect/restrict every article from the public so that it can only be edited by a few individuals - FANDOM isn't a private editing platform where we can set whatever rules we want. If we were to restrict (aka protect every article to only be edited by wiki staff/administrators), it discourages engagement and there may be potential information that the wiki team might not have that a random user might know. It also gets us in trouble and could lead to the potential shutdown of the wiki (we don't want that to happen).
As for the vandalism, we can always block them and it prohibits them from editing any further. It's not a big deal when it comes to just one or two vandals, but if it's a raid of some sorts - a temporary protection period will be put in place for articles that were affected by it. Plus, we do have a group of FANDOM staff that deals with raid issues and help clean up the mess brought by them.
If you took the time to read this whole lengthy response, thank you for your courtesy and cooperation~ I appreciate it!
- With sincerity, Kennethlon14