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I request removal of the names Giovanni Prinzi and Giuseppe Prinzi from the blacklist here, there is no reason that these names are blocked, please remove them, the inclusion of these names was certainly an error.
@Alice pasquini80: Please place your request on talk:Title blacklist, I do not take personal requests. You will also need to use better reasoning than you have done here, as blacklisting is never accidental. You will need to demonstrate proposed usage case, and why blacklisting was likely to be wrong. — billinghurstsDrewth 11:46, 2 December 2017 (UTC)
Working on fixing a regression after a change in MediaWiki core that makes edit links show up on diff pages (phabricator:T181807)
More work on persistent editing of statements on Forms of a Lexeme (specifically phabricator:T180467)
Improved size of the diff that we sent to Wikipedia and co for changes happening on Wikidata. This is one more needed step towards only showing meaningful edits in the watchlists and recent changes there. (phabricator:T113468)
I represent TradingView - a large social network for finance enthusiasts. We’ve got more than 4M monthly active users and more than 35M monthly visits. You can check the stats on SimilarWeb (https://www.similarweb.com/website/tradingview.com). We are in the top 1000 according to Alexa despite being a niche site.
We are experiencing a rapid organic growth that our competitors are trying to hinder. Their primary intention is to place links in a certain way that will get us banned. The domain is in this list - https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Spam_blacklist. I really hope that this issue will get resolved soon.
Thanks in advance.
— user:Alex shulz
@Alex shulz: I act at spam blacklist as an elected repreentative of the community, not in a private capacity, so communication about global issues should be undertaken in a public space wherever possible. Your email demonstrates a complete lack of understanding of the Wikimedia sites, and more sees to be focused on what is best for your site, not the requirements of the Wikimedia wikis. I care not for the size of your community, nor their activity, nor their desire to represent their linking at our encyclopaedic sites unless it is within the scope of linking for our respective sites.