RussellHltn wrote: But besides creating the reservations, building schedulers are 1) The point of contact for dealing with questions about the use of the buildings (or at least the Primary Building Scheduler is).
Here we go again adding to the building schedulers roles.
While I could see that a building scheduler once was the point of contact for dealing with questions. Under the new roles this will quickly diminish since they will no longer be the pulse for calendaring, therefor they will not know whats really going on. The individual wards in a building will now become the experts in knowing whats happening in their building.
RussellHltn wrote: But besides creating the reservations, building schedulers are 2) They have the power to change events scheduled for their location.
If the calendar software functions as it should then there should be no need for anyone to have to change an event. If there becomes a need then the units meeting in the building should be able to work things out among themselves. The only time I could ever see the need to make any event adjustments would be for a funeral, and since most funerals are held during the day when the building is seldom used there not likely to me many conflicts.
RussellHltn wrote:That's a super power that no default admin can do.
I'm not a programmer. However, I know enough about programming to know this would be an easy power to move to a default admin position.
RussellHltn wrote:One concern I have is how there are so many default admins. Seems ripe for "too many cooks in the kitchen".
I agree there are to many default admin positions. With the exception that they have over all responsibility I don't see the need for Stake Presidencies or Bishopric to have admin rights. They have much more important things to do.
RussellHltn wrote:Especially since the website admin is a default admin. Sure, some units might want to run it that way, but I don't know as all of them do.
With the change from the classic site and the guidelines on unit web sites, I no longer see the need for a ward "Website Administrator" at all. Let alone being a calendar admin.