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Hi. I have blocked you from editing the Simple English Wikipedia for six months. This is in response to a continuing behavior pattern that is not consistent with the spirit of collaboration that is required to constructively contribute to any Wikipedia project. It is my opinion that you have far exceeded the courtesy that we extend to editors blocked on the English Wikipedia through our WP:ONESTRIKE policy. It is my opinion that this block could have been an indefinite block, however it is my hope that 6 months will give you time to reflect on how you interact with others on this Wikipedia.

This edit is beyond unacceptable. When an editor warned you for this, instead of doing the right thing, which would be to profusely apologize, you brushed them off in a rude manor as seen here. When it was again brought to your attention, you again simply brushed it off and made a somewhat disparaging remark about the admin's attention to detail without recognizing that you were in the wrong. You then continued with this edit warning another editor about AGF, right after you had called an editor an obscenity on Simple Talk. Instead of realizing that you had made a mistake, which started out as a very minor mistake and grew into you posting obscenities, you warned the editors trying to help.

To be clear, the warnings others have given you were a courtesy. Per one strike, you can be blocked without the usual warnings. The real test is how you respond to these warnings and improve. And the results in this case, and others in the past, have been much less than satisfactory. The above is my reason for moving forward with a block today, as I feel it is consistent with our blocking policy. I can elaborate and expand as required. --Gordonrox24 | Talk 21:30, 7 September 2021 (UTC)

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Universal Code of Conduct News – Issue 4Edit

Universal Code of Conduct News
Issue 4, October 2021Read the full newsletter


Welcome to the fourth issue of Universal Code of Conduct News! This newsletter will help Wikimedians stay involved with the development of the new code and will distribute relevant news, research, and upcoming events related to the UCoC.

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  • Enforcement Draft Guidelines Review Wrap-up - The Universal Code of Conduct Enforcement Draft Guidelines Review will come to a close on 17 October 2021, after more than two months of extensive consultations. (continue reading)
  • Roundtable Discussions and Conversation Hours - Another successful roundtable session happened on September 18, 2021 to discuss the EDGR. One last conversation hour will be happening on October 15th, 2021. (continue reading)
  • Movement Charter Drafting Committee Elections - The Movement Charter Drafting Committee selection process has kicked off and will be open until October 25, 2021. Contributors to Wikimedia projects can elect their favorite candidates on to the committee. (continue reading)
  • New Direction for the Newsletter - As we round-up the consultation processes for the Universal Code of Conduct, the facilitation team is currently envisioning new directions for the newsletter. (continue reading)
  • Diff Blogs - Check out the most recent publications about the UCoC on Wikimedia Diff. (continue reading)

MNadzikiewicz (WMF) (talk) 20:48, 14 October 2021 (UTC)