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I wanted to thank you for your third-party opinion during the usurpation process I initiated for the username Ndiver.
Unfortunately, i supposed that by notifying the usurpation on his page he received an email and logged just to answer. I'm almost sure that he will never log again in the near future (he did not answered to my message), and i reinforce me in the idea that he is usurping my username (I was registered on Wikipedia FR under the username Ndiver since 2005).
If he did not answered in the next days, could you write a comment in the part that concerns me in the Usurpation page ?
- Thanks for notifying. Sorry for the interruption of the process. Hill Crest's WikiLaser (Boom.) (talk) 15:21, 16 August 2012 (UTC)
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|Thank you! You went farther with fixing this than I hoped or expected. Assuming good faith of others, even when it's difficult, could go a long ways toward solving a lot of problems on Wikipedia. Thanks, First Light (talk) 02:33, 27 November 2012 (UTC)|
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ANI regarding MykhayloNaumenko
- I had filed that ANI entry to deal with the behaviour of anti-Russian and pro-Ukrainian POV pushers in general, not just Mykhaylo (he was just the latest case). Hill Crest's WikiLaser! (BOOM!) 19:04, 15 May 2015 (UTC)
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