LUNC Community Uproar Over Admin Access Transfer by Professor Kim

• The Terra Classic community recently passed proposal #11653, which resulted in Professor Edward Kim withdrawing his admin rights.
• Bilbo Baggins, a prominent blockchain community member, protested the move and refused to give up his admin rights on Commonwealth forum.
• This caused a lot of disputes among the Terra Classic community members and even led to heated debates on Twitter.

Transfer of Admin Rights Causes Uproar

The Terra Classic community recently passed proposal #11653, which resulted in Professor Edward Kim withdrawing his admin rights from the Commonwealth. The decision was made by the Terra Luna Classic (LUNC) voting space for community members, as part of an effort to regain control of L1JTF. However, this sparked uproar among members of the blockchain community when Bilbo Baggins refused to give up his admin rights on the Commonwealth forum.

Bilbo Baggins Refuses to Give Up His Admin Rights

Bilbo Baggins, a highly reputable member of the USTC Quant team, argued that he created the discussion forum and compared it to giving away his Twitter account: “So if I get a governance prop passed to take over your Twitter account, you have to give it to me, right?” Other Terra Classic community members were unsatisfied with Baggins’ conduct and pointed out that the Commonwealth Forum was created to help the community. In response, Baggins uttered: “Go right ahead and create a new one. No one’s stopping anyone from doing that.“

Heated Debates Occur on Twitter

This caused a lot of disputes among the Terra Classic community members and even led to heated debates on Twitter. Despite abiding by the voting of proposal #11653, Bilbo Baggins still refused to relinquish his admin rights without any further justification or explanation for why he should keep them. This caused fury amongst other members who viewed this action as an attempt at usurping control over something they felt belonged equally to everyone in the group.

Community Reacts Unfavorably

The reactions from other members in response were generally unfavourable towards Bilbo’s refusal to hand over what he had built for everyone else without any reasonable explanation or justification beyond ownership-based arguments . Many people voiced their displeasure at this behaviour via social media channels such as twitter and expressed their dislike at Baggin’s insistence that he should be able retain these privileges despite creating something meant for all users within this network .

Conclusion

Overall , this incident has proven controversial amongst many within the Terra Luna Classic (LUNC) Community , with some supporting professor Edward Kim’s decision while others vehemently opposing Bilbo Baggin’s refusal . It is yet unknown how this will play out but regardless both sides need come together in order find solutions move forward amicably.