User talk:Kolonel Zeiksnor
- Dag Lotje. De Kolonel is een halfbroer van Kapitein Zeiksnor. Dat is een personage van Ramsey Nasr, in 2005 stadsdichter van Antwerpen. Men vond deze naam daar zeker niet vulgair en het boek Kapitein Zeiksnor & De Twee Culturen kan ik u van harte aanbevelen. If you want to comment I suggest to do so at Forum de la communauté. Kolonel Zeiksnor (talk) 19:16, 29 January 2015 (UTC)
Keeping to topic at meta
Some of your edits at Grants talk:PEG/WM BE/Wiki Loves Art 2016 seem to stray from the topic matter, and turn to personal matters. Please look to keep to the topic matter on that page, and if you wish to have personal discussions then please look to utilise a user's talk page. Consideration of the topic matters and relevance is important at meta. Thanks for your consideration. — billinghurst sDrewth 12:46, 3 June 2015 (UTC)
- Further, on that page you continue to ask questions that seem more like sniping and troublemaking rather than a genuine attempt to ask questions about governance. If you have helpful suggestions then maybe they are worth adding, if you are looking to just continue problematic behaviour wikis then maybe it is time to curb your typing on that page. — billinghurst sDrewth 12:53, 3 June 2015 (UTC)
Wikimedia wikis are based on language, not based on the location of the user, and open to all useful contributors and contributions, so please stop commentary to the contrary. If you have nothing useful to say, then maybe you should say nothing, rather than snide and gratuitous commentary. — billinghurst sDrewth 06:17, 7 June 2015 (UTC)
- Are you going to apply the same standards for the comment below by DerekvG at https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants_talk:PEG/WM_BE/Wiki_Loves_Art_2016#Comments_from_Kolonel_Zeiksnor ?
- Warning : Kolonel Zeiksnor is not a part of the wikipedia community, he has been banned on NL.wikipedia , FR.wikipedia there are files are on meta about his behaviour, heś known for this behaviour since 2005 or 2006, heś a recurring vandal, troller and stalker, he has menaced wikipedians with physical violence and he has made attempts at identity theft. --DerekvG (talk) 20:54, 3 June 2015 (UTC)
- It has nothing to do with the grant discussion. It is also (proven by the checkuser at fr wikipedia) false. I never menaced wikipedians with physical violence nor did I do attempts for identity theft. The file framing me as a recurring vandal, troller and stalker is the pov of one wikimedia admin that did not like criritcal comments about dutch wikimedia. The real argument at that time (7 years ago!) was one of the wikimedia founders requested to blacklist wikisage, everyone that protested against this obvious admin abuse was named a vandal and banned for trolling.
- As you see in the grant discussion I am rarely responding the several personal attacks and staying -as true supporter of A Culture of Kindness- nice and friendly. Please donot call me an idiot again billinghurst. Hope you like my new signature. - de Kolo nel - 11:23, 7 June 2015 (UTC)
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