User talk:Will Beback
A beer for you!
|Hope you come back one day. --evrik (talk) 23:38, 13 February 2014 (UTC)|
- Will, I hope that ArbCom takes up your appeal and agrees to allow you to return to editing. Cullen328 Let's discuss it 01:19, 4 March 2014 (UTC)
handling of unblock request
At Wikipedia_talk:Arbitration_Committee/Noticeboard#change_to_block_of_User:Will_Beback I've asked the Arbitration Committee about its response to the unblock request. —rybec 21:02, 7 March 2014 (UTC)
Will Beback ban appeal
The Arbitration Committee has, by motion, suspended Will Beback's ("WBB") site-ban on the following terms:
Welcome back, Will!
Just saw this today! It always makes me happy to see an act of justice such as this, although the restriction prohibiting policy discussion is still pretty absurd. Welcome back! ThemFromSpace 20:27, 25 April 2014 (UTC)
I check your pages every couple of months to see the progress of your exile, and now, finally, you are back! Wikipedia is better for it. Welcome back to the Monkey House. Randy Kryn 18:46 22 May 2014 (UTC)
Suspension of site ban
I've unblocked you per the motion suspending your site ban and will be sending a final e-mail to conclude the appeal process. I removed the tags from your user page and user talk page and reduced the protection level on your user page to allow you to edit it. Please feel free to archive your talk page in due course, though you should keep a copy of the restrictions available to refer to. Additionally, as you requested by e-mail, I'm stating here that the terms of your unban do not permit you to discuss or comment on the case that led to your ban. If you have any further questions relating to your restrictions, please e-mail us (the Arbitration Committee) in the first instance. Carcharoth (talk) 03:56, 28 March 2014 (UTC)
I was gonna say, it's a true test of a person to take his lumps and get back on the horse. I assumed that that you were about to pass that test since you went to the trouble of applying for reinstatement. But you haven't edited since your reinstatement after all, so dunno.
Of course maybe you're burned out or disgusted or disappointed or whatever. Of course it's 100% OK not to edit anymore, it's all purely voluntary here.
I know what I'd do though. I was kicked out of the admin corps for (IMO) insufficient reason and some people figured that I'd leave in a huff. I didn't and I like that about myself. It's a hard-knock world after all.
Everybody's different though. No criticism implied. It's entirely possible that editing doesn't work for you anymore and it's important to do what works for oneself. Best wishes whatever you do. Herostratus (talk) 18:21, 27 April 2014 (UTC)
September 11, 2011 attacks listed at Redirects for discussion
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File:GuruDevtint.jpg listed for deletion
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Non-free rationale for File:GuruDevtint.jpg
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