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I don't know what I did wrong... ~~
Hey there, Ajraddatz! I'm glad to see you reverting vandalism. You probably do not know me, but I see your good work appearing in new changes. I just dropped in to thank you for your recent edits and give you a tip. We wikipedians usually use templates to warn vandals. I thought perhaps you'd like to use them too: it's much easier and better than just typing all the warnings down manually. You can see the templates here, where there's a very long list you can pick from. However, even that takes some time to look through and find, then copy and paste, so I'd like to suggest you use the Vandal warner. (Click the blue or purple words, by the way, they will take you to other pages that I believe would be helpful to you). Anyway, the vandal warner is a tool that makes warning users about their bad edits easier. Vandal Warner adds some links to the "toolbox" on your left. These links only come out when you are editing another person's user talk page, most likely a vandal's or IP address's. You can add warnings on the talk page of users rapidly, by clicking on the words that come out on the toolbox. To get a Vandal Warner, all you have to do is go to Your settings, and go to Gadgets inside there. You will see a section called Editing Gadgets, and you can check the little white box (or whatever that comes out for you) next to the words, Vandal Warner: Easily add warning messages on talk page of vandals. :) This detailed explanation is probably annoying you, so I'll stop now. I hope this helps in your good vandal fighting! With heartfelt love, Bella tête-à-tête 04:36, 24 October 2010 (UTC)
- Don't worry, I know about all the neat things :3 - For some reason, my Twinkle got disabled when the skin changed. I've re-added it now. Thanks, Ajraddatz (talk) 13:43, 24 October 2010 (UTC)
The Anti-Vandalism Barnstar
|The RickK Anti-Vandalism Barnstar|
|For fighting vandalism. Kansan (talk) 20:38, 21 November 2010 (UTC)|
Seems to me that you didn't vote the way you wanted because you felt censored (note that there's an ANI thread about censorship). If you didn't really want to support him, then just don't vote! And you could oppose if you feel he doesn't deserve it because of the continual bullying of editors he does; that's what I did, that's what an IP who agrees with my assessment, and you should too. Be a dawg! Purplebackpack89≈≈≈≈ 03:59, 29 October 2011 (UTC)
- I would hate to think PBP was encouraging other editors in a particular voting direction here. That, of course, would be utterly unacceptable and result in a block. The Rambling Man (talk) 09:06, 29 October 2011 (UTC)
- I voted the way that I did because, while I have concerns with Dj's checkusership, I completely disagree with your opposing rational and would never want to be in the same section as it. I am also very unimpressed by your attempt to get me to change to oppose - my stance is my business, not yours. Good day, Ajraddatz (talk) 13:51, 29 October 2011 (UTC)
@Ajraddatz: Hi, I had to call on a steward like you because the Korean steward who globally blocked my account doesn't want to listen to what I had to say and I'm afraid he could globally blocked my IP address too.
I'm an Italian user. I think you already know about the noted Polish LTA "Wikinɡer", don't you? Well, he's currently vandalizing also it.wikipedia. He's been vandalizing pages and talk pages about robots since over a year. He both uses open proxies and sockpuppets to do so, which are always blocked short after the vandalisms. About one year ago I registered an account, JoyBiII, in order to help Italian sysops fighting him. I've always been logging in using my Italian Internet connection, which provides 2 IP ranges, 220.127.116.11/16 and 18.104.22.168/16. I'm sure you have the tools to check my recent logs and verify what I've just said. I've never been logging in from proxies or from a Polish IP address.
A week ago I was reverting Wikinɡer in it.wikipedia as usual, because after months of absence he decided to come back some weeks ago. Can you guess what happened? The steward I've talked about above, -revi, has globaly blocked my account because... I'm Wikinɡer! I couldn't believe it when I read the reason. He's even a steward and a checkuser in login.wikimedia, and he didn't even check before doing it. There was also an Italian sysop who committed the same mistake and blockd my account in it.wikipedia without listening to what I had to say about that, but last year I've already been speaking with other Italian sysops who acknowledged my good faith and my deniability, they could talk to him and make him understand he just mistook me for Wikinɡer. However, as long as my global account is blocked that would be useless.
I'd like to ask you to please check that my account JoyBiII has nothing to do with Wikinɡer, with his proxies and his socks, even if he registered also a few socks with a name similar to mine, that is JoyBiil, JoyBiiII and JoyByll. Please, verify my innocente and unblock my account, that -revi should be told to pay more attention when he globally blocks somebody because he may make mistakes as he did in this case.