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DRN Case comment[edit]

Hello. This is a reply to your concerns about the discussion since a reply in the DRN case would have been distracting and off-topic.

While discussion of user conduct is not allowed and neither user should have made statements concerning user conduct, I am allowing Kirin's comments to stand simply because they are the initial summary of the case from his viewpoint. Keep in mind that your viewpoint and summary of the issue has also been kept, regardless of the issue it is discussing. Any further attempts to discuss user conduct after the opening of the case has been and would be collapsed.

Also, allow me to create section titles as they are needed. If you think a section needs to be separated, leave a message on my talk page and I will take it into consideration, but creating section titles by yourself could possibly be misleading and/or biased. Also, please only comment on the last part of the discussion, unless there are different sections on different areas of discussions (which there are not).

You can leave a message on my talk page solely concerning procedures. Regards. KJ Discuss? 05:32, 23 August 2014 (UTC)

August 2014[edit]

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