Global-wiki proposed merge
Hello. Apologies for my late response. I'm fully supportive of a merge but I'm not sure how to go about it. Presumably UserWiki would be redirected to Global-wiki, and all comments and supports moved across? Would we have to contact those users that supported UserWiki but did not comment at Global-wiki, or could we presume they would be equally happy with Global-wiki? Even more importantly, what is the next step in the Global-wiki proposal i.e. when does it move from the "drawing board"? Cheers. Green Giant (talk) 19:56, 21 January 2015 (UTC)
Re: Requests to administrators
Why is this user awesome?
Do you really think, to be part of a user group (SysOPs ore else) makes you automaticly "awesome"? Nothing against your Nominees - but I will not support anybody of them because of the causes given by you. It's only a loveless mass nomination and I think, nobody of them is really that less awesome as we could think of your laudatio. Marcus Cyron (talk) 17:03, 9 June 2015 (UTC)
- @Syum90: don't worry :) you were rightly too fast, and the vandal was also fast, determined to continue. It gave me an idea, if it is kind of things reproduce, we must creates a page or a section in Gs eyes to count the names. What means a black-list :D .--Grind24 (talk) 15:47, 29 June 2015 (UTC)
Yeti2016 et al.
Thank you for your help in trying to save Interlingua Wikipedia from massive disruption.
In Steward_requests/Checkuser#Yeti2016@ia.wikipedia (07:20, 29 January 2016 (UTC)), you wrote:
- List of users
- Julius Tominius i(...)
- Yeti2016 (...)
- Joao Fernandez (...)
- Alfonso Martinez-Ramirez (...)
- Pedro A. Bermudez (...)
- Alessandro Trompone (...)
- CU log
- Discussion: w:en:Wikipedia:Sockpuppet_investigations/Tobias_Conradi/Archive#28_January_2016
- Reason(s): Julius Tominius and Yeti2016 were confirmed by enwiki Checkuser as sock of globally banned user Tobias Conradi. After Yeti2016's account was blocked, four new users was created at iawiki, two of which (Joao Fernandez and Alfonso Martinez-Ramirez) have edits similar to Yeti2016. These may be new socks of this user and should be globally locked. Another two accounts currently have zero edits, but I also suspect them as socks.
You can add:
to the list. No sooner was Alfonso Martinez-Ramirez blocked than these two new accounts appeared, and Tin-99s picked up exactly where Alfonso Martinez-Ramirez left off: creating hundreds of micro-stubs for all isotopes of all elements. A couple of IPs:
may be involved as well.
I could supply a list of abuses by this user that I have not seen mentioned in the (closed) records of sock puppet investigations. In brief, he has blanked and marked for deletion a couple of much used templates (equivalent of Template:Infobox country on English Wikipedia) and eviscerated infoboxes on some hundreds of pages. I can supply more detail, with diffs and the like, given a bit of time to prepare them, but think it better to get the above information into responsible hands as soon as possible.
Maybe academic at this date: A previous assault on iawiki came in 2011 from user Alberto Emilio Lopez Viñals, who got blocked (globally, June 20) and came back with numerous sockpuppet accounts, including Neosofista, CYBERDELIC, and Jedimasterbot. I am wondering whether that user might be one an the same as Julius Tominius etc. I'll discuss further if you like.
I have been only an occasional editor on iawiki (also enwiki) and am unfamiliar with proper procedures for handling this kind of thing. If a message on your talk page is not appropriate, I would welcome advice. I have not yet used any of the user-warning templates on the user page(s) of the user(s) (it would seem like spitting into a hurricane and likely invite reprisal) and think my next step is to ask advice from a more experienced user on iawiki. That, and prepare the detailed documentation of abuses (diffs etc.) mentioned above.
In case you care to reply here on your talk page, I will watch here; also my talk pages on iawiki, enwiki, and meta.
Wikidata primary sources tool: call for support
it seems that you have been using the Wikidata primary sources tool, right?
If you think that the tool needs an uplift, please consider an endorsement of the StrepHit IEG renewal through the following link:
Feel also free to comment the work plan in the renewal talk page: your thoughts are essential.
Thanks a lot for your time, looking forward to your feedback.
Undoing your edits re MMOB
I have undone your edits to Massively-Multiplayer Online Bibliography. The page describes a suggested project, but not a suggested Wikimedia Foundation sister project. For you to decide, without discussion, to add the requested sister-project template only to immediately mark it rejected (by whom?) is a bit absurd, not to mention impolite.
What I proposed may or may not be implemented over Wikidata. The place to determine that would be the talk page and the Wikidata community public forums, where you are welcome to participate as well. Ijon (talk) 20:42, 19 March 2017 (UTC)