OK in that case I think this should be done.

On Mon, Jun 11, 2018 at 3:40 PM, Thiemo Kreuz <thiemo.kr...@wikimedia.de> wrote:
>> Is there any historical evidence that sysops being able to edit JS / CSS 
>> caused some serious issues?
>
> Oh yes, this happens more often than I feel it needs to. I remember a
> situation when I posted a fix for a script in the MediaWiki:…
> namespace as an {{edit request}}, and a well-meaning administrator
> tried to "improve" my line of code and forgot a comma, breaking all
> JavaScript for all logged-in as well as not logged-in Wikipedia
> editors and readers for some painful minutes.
>
> I believe such can be avoided with more clear roles that are visible
> for everybody. A separate "tech admin" role would also allow
> volunteers to apply for exactly that, and not be asked why they don't
> do enough "administrator actions" with their privileges.
>
> Sure, this is anecdotal evidence. Please forgive me, but I currently
> don't have the time to find the pages documenting these situation.
>
> Best
> Thiemo
>
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