User:Sonia Murillo Perales

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Hello, i'm translating from Wikipedia in spanish language, mostly from botanical related issue.

Paridera cueva, del Río Piedra, cerca del Monasterio de Piedra en España.


I want to drop myself officially from Spanish Wikipedia. How can I officially be sign off, and so, they erased all my data?Sonia Murillo Perales (talk) 21:40, 5 February 2012 (UTC)

English Wikipedia has no control over the other Wikipedias. I don't think user data is ever completely erased. Ian.thomson (talk) 21:42, 5 February 2012 (UTC)
See m:Right to vanish, and/or ask at es:Wikipedia:Café. Dcoetzee 22:22, 5 February 2012 (UTC)


It be used when you wish to stop editing forever and also to hide as much of your past associations as possible.

If you decide to vanish, you may wish to blank or delete your user page and any subpages in your userspace. To request deletion, add the {{db-user}} tag to the top of each page, and an admin will delete the page for you.

Finally, contact the bureaucrats via e-mail and ask that your account be renamed, giving "request for vanishing" as the reason. Use the link below to send a secure e-mail from your Wikipedia account, so that the bureaucrats can verify that it is a legitimate request.

Special:EmailUser/Bureaucrats


You can also send direct email to wikien-bureaucrats@lists.wikimedia.org. There is a public request page for name change requests, but this is not recommended because it will leave a public record of your request to vanish that cannot itself be hidden.

If you have questions about vanishing, or have concerns that might be addressable by a less permanent method, you may want to contact a Bureaucrat (above) or a Functionary for advice. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Sonia Murillo Perales (talkcontribs) 09:14, 6 February 2012

What you have copied above is part of the procedure called Wikipedia:Courtesy vanishing or the "Right to vanish" here on the English Wikipedia. I do not know whether the Spanish Wikipedia, which is a separate organization with its own rules and way of doing things, has a similar procedure. As advised above, you would do best to ask there, at es:Wikipedia:Café. There is general advice in Spanish from the Wikimedia Foundation here. JohnCD (talk) 10:47, 6 February 2012 (UTC)