Recently, one such administrator (who reflects the nobility of his pursuit with the dignified handle, "ButSeriouslyFolks") decided that essentially none of the Wikipedia pages on the IEEE, the professional society that is to electrical engineering roughly what the government of the state of Wyoming is to the territory, met these high standards. He couldn't figure out, simply from reading them, that the subjects were "notable." So, he did what anyone would do under the cicrumstances --- he summarily deleted them all. Called to account, he protested:
I never said these things were not notable. I don't know whether they are in fact notable, and it is not necessary for me to have independent knowledge of the subject according to the rules of this project.
The changes were, as it happens, undone. But in keeping with Wikipedia's high standards of decorum, the user who first complained about the deletions was roundly and unanimously sanctioned for his incivility, in calling this attitude "militant ignorance."