What if I were to tell you that Locke is working with us to get to these changes underway, and that the boundaries of our duties are broadening and becoming clearer? But this doesn't mean that the Community Coordinators are trying to establish themselves as an authority (that is to say, I'm not); rather, I'd like to think of this position as a way to help improve community and bring it closer together as a whole. Of course I recognize that improving the community won't transpire overnight, and neither will these changes. Every single major transition requires a ton of discussion and organization before it can go into effect. As you know, it took the Knights several months to agree on and implement the new nomination system, and more recently the Golden Key Awards underwent a lengthy routine of preparations.Then these changes should have been announced by them, and they should be taking the lead on them. You said you'd work on this stuff when back from the marathon, but it's really their job. I think it would help to establish them more as authority within the community AND solve a lot of these issues if they did take the lead on a lot of these suggestions. Half of the posts in the last few pages are about you being inactive and requesting you to resign, so it's obvious that very few people here think of as the technical admin, and maybe that's because the community coordinators don't seem to be picking up the duties that people expect you're supposed to be doing.
Talking to them and helping realize these things that you want to do through their actions will be one huge step toward getting people off your back. If you call yourself the technical admin, then have them do the things that everyone is accusing you of not doing.
Having all of these expectations of immediacy will not quicken the process of getting changes of any sort up and running. Locke can only do so much at one time, and so can we. Have patience, and the results will present themselves soon. It's not even been a week since Alit's promotion, but now we're coordinating more than ever with his additional input.