Please read this: This wiki does not exist for users to test out random nonsense on an exhaustive basis; it's here for developers to check that changes to the code aren't going to cripple the live sites.
As a result, administrator status is still not going to be given out to all and sundry. This isn't an arena for you to play with the tools, or mess about, nor is it somewhere you should be testing your bots, etc. - If you want a place that is for you to test out sysop tools, etc, try these sites.
Having said that, if you do need administrator status for a particular reason, request this status and ensure that your userpage here is linked to your home wiki project.
Motive for request: Hello @Murbaut@Multichill, I have developed a Property for demonstration and test (which may be incorporated on the live wd site). With this in mind, I would like to obtain administrator status on test.wikidata.org in order to protect the page, then subsequently unprotect it when the utility is obsolete. To keep the consistency, those who pass on this property should not change the content, as well as those I invite to view it. I already have a great experience, I'm Property creator on WD, i have already been admin and I understand what test.wikidata.org is all about. Sincerely and happy new year 2020. —Eihel (talk) 22:26, 6 January 2020 (UTC)