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My reports to AN
  1. In August 2016 for the first time in my life I reported an editor to ANI because they wrote a negative comment about me "as a person". The thread was closed with conclusion that I should prove they were wrong.
  2. In September 2016 I reported an editor for violation of WP:3RR. They were blocked for 72 hours. (link)
  3. On 4 September I reported an editor for violating WP:NPA and WP:Civility (diff). Although this violation was repeated after I advised the editor in question not to repeat such violations, they were not sanctioned, but only advised not to "insist on using the 'mentally disabled' wording" because they "are risking a block". Risking. Admin who wrote this advise also wrote one of the most motherly advises I have ever seen: "If you can get this angry people might start to wonder about your neutrality when editing Balkan topics." (diff). This was said to editor who repeatedly commented other editors as "mentally disabled" and having "problems with their brain control" because they "come from a country like Serbia, a society which is mostly famous for nationalism and propaganda."
  4. On 13 September I reported (diff) an editor who tagged Kenneth Setton with better source tag and repeatedly marked substantial changes of text in articles with minor change tag. Since cited work had wrong year of publishing, tagging Setton with better source tag was described as "content dispute" and "simple error"
  • Patient: Everywhere i touch it hurts.
  • Doctor: Yeah your finger is broken.

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svako mi&oni postane mi ili oni

Wikipedia:Standard offer

RfA criteria

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Graham's Hierarchy of Disagreement

Graham's Hierarchy of Disagreement - how to disagree

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Fallacy of quoting out of context

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SPI based on Athenean's observations

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Using articles. Definite THE and indefinite A/AN

WikiProject Albania - Watchlist

Wikipedia:Graphic Lab/Map workshop

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Citeweb very good advice RedRose gave me about using this template

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  1. User:Bigtimepeace
  • List of users that I admire:
  1. User:A Stop at Willoughby
  2. User:Cplakidas
  3. User:Future Perfect at Sunrise.....will not be allowed to use administrative tools in topical areas relating to Greece and Macedonia, or in relation to editors involved in that topical area.
  4. Andrew Dalby
  5. User:KillerChihuahua
  6. User:Viator slovenicus - a Slovenian student of history - may be a good partner in creating the article about battle for Slovenian northern frontier
  7. User:Leszek Jańczuk - one of the most active wikipedians with more than 130.000 edits
  8. User:Llywrch - one of the most active wikipedian who should be able to help with advice if needed
  9. User:VVVladimir - helped promotion of several very good articles like Jovan Vladimir or Badnjak
  10. User:Orlady
  11. User:Phil Bridger
  12. User:Dicklyon - he knows a lot about photography, I believe
  13. User:Paul Siebert - WWII
  14. User:Fram
  15. User:Agne27
  16. User:Ironholds
  17. User:Jayen466
  18. User:S Marshall
  19. User:Wetman
  20. User:PBS
  21. User:Soman
  22. User:Italia2006 noticed on 26 January 2016

List of users members of WikiProjectIlustrator:

  1. User:Victor falk

Interesting coincedences:

We could have an endless list of "According to X he was this, according to Y he was that". Picking out only one such author to the exclusion of others would be obviously tendentious; providing the whole list would be idiotic. Either way, any such statement, if presented in the form and in the kind of context envisaged here, would still trigger the implication that we are treating the terms in the modern sense and as a mutually exclusive dichotomy. Any treatment in such terms would mean undue weight on a perceived "dispute" that exists only in your mind and nowhere else. We are currently not ascribing any ethnicity to him, and that's just fine. We are naming his place of origin (which is in Greece, undoubtedly); we are naming his family (which was Albanian, undoubtedly); no reliable source in the literature has so far felt it necessary to engage in any more discussion of what these facts mean in terms of ethnicity, beyond characterizing him in passing, so there is absolutely no reason for us to shoehorn more ethnicity-centered discussion into the article at this point. Anybody who tries to do so is an ideologically driven agenda-pusher.

this is from WP:ADMINACCT:

Administrators are accountable for their actions involving administrator tools, and unexplained administrator actions can demoralize other editors who lack such tools. Subject only to the bounds of civility, avoiding personal attacks, and reasonable good faith, editors are free to question or to criticize administrator actions. Administrators are expected to respond promptly and civilly to queries about their Wikipedia-related conduct and administrator actions and to justify them when needed.

This is from WP:ADMIN:

However, sustained or serious disruption of Wikipedia is incompatible with the status of administrator, and consistently or egregiously poor judgment may result in the removal of administrator status. Administrators should strive to model appropriate standards of courtesy and civility to other editors and to one another

While you're here, please read interesting essay, written about Wikipedia, by Antandrus.

The Ten Commandments of Rational Debate

1. Thou shall not attack a person's character but the argument itself. ("Ad hominem")

2. Thou shall not misrepresent or exaggerate a person's argument in order to make it easier to attack. ("Straw Man Fallacy)

3. Thou shall not use small numbers to represent the whole. ("Hasty Generalization")

4. Thou shall not argue thy position by assuming one of its premises is true. ("Begging the Question")

5. Thou shall not claim that because something occurred before, it must be the cause. ("Post Hoc/False Claim")

6. Thou shall not reduce the argument down to two possibilities. ("Fake Dichotomy")

7. Thou shall not argue that because of our ignorance that the claim must be true or false. ("Ad Ignorantiam")

8. Thou shall not lay the burden of proof onto him who is questioning the claim. ("Burden of Proof Reversal")

9. Thou shall not assume "this" follows "that" when "it" has no logical connection. ("Non Sequitor")

10. Thou shall not claim that because a premises is popular, therefore, it must be true. ("Bandwagon Fallacy")

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