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|Please and also send an e-mail to volunteers-otrswikimedia.org linking to your application on this page and giving your age. Please do so each time you apply.|
- User links:
- Babel / Languages you can reply in: Norwegian (norsk bokmål); English
- Your most active user talk page(s): no:Brukerdiskusjon:TommyG
- Email sent?: Yes
- Queues you would like access to: info-no
I'd like to help out on OTRS because I was asked by an admin on no:wp if I would be interested in joining the Otrs-team and after reading a bit more about what that entails on these pages, it seems interesting. -- TommyG (talk) 08:42, 5 October 2016 (UTC)
- TommyG is a trusted user on no:wp, and I believe he would do a good job on OTRS.--Telaneo (User talk page) 10:42, 7 October 2016 (UTC)
- Do not support. I do not appreciate being called a troll or at troll-woman by Jeblad. Which at a point in time seemed to have become a habit along with other derogatory characterizations of other users like NPOV and odious. Supporting a support of this I do not think is the done thing. TommyG gave his support here [] and the opinion he supported was quite derogatory [] even though swearwords like hell and satan was modified. The complete troll discussion here []. On other occasions I have also found TommyG somewhat rushed and harsh in his judgements. I think he should wait and apply later on when he has modified his approaches to be more suitable and polite for especially newbies to read and respond to. --Dyveldi (talk) 18:13, 11 October 2016 (UTC)
- I support TommyG. His jugdement is basically good, and that single case of guilt by assosciation mentioned above should not be taken as a general judgement. --Orland (talk) 17:34, 23 October 2016 (UTC)
- User links:
- Babel / Languages you can reply in: pl, it-4, en-3, es-3
- Your most active user talk page(s): w:pl:user talk:The Polish
- Email sent?: Yes
- Queues you would like access to: info-pl , permissions-pl
I'd like to help out on OTRS because I gladly help other people, especially new users. I am part of the welcoming committee and I am active in the project Adopt a user. I understand licenses and usually I mark copyright violations on Commons. I have also administrator rights on Polish Wikipedia. --The Polish (talk) 21:57, 13 October 2016 (UTC)