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Suspected Socks & PERSONAL ATTACKS

Hello Kilo. You have dealt with two incidence of sockpuppeting by this user before: user:Curandero101...He is at it again as user:Thamarih...Made a formal report with the evidence and the whole bit, but thought to let you know personally since you addressed it both times it happened previously. Keeps removing the link to our Church Aurora Baha under Ayahuasca external links, which having been made aware of the Conflict of Interest policy I have left out until put up by an independent person; although it had been up for quite some time without issue until this user removed it. In a stroke of irony he placed a link to his church under the same external links with his sockpuppeteer user:Curandero101 and keeps adding it back personally against the same Conflict of Interest policy. Doing my best to follow the procedures. Working hard not to have to engage this juvenile behaviour. Hoping you might take the time to independently evaluate our Church Website Aurora Baha at www.aurorabaha.org and if you feel it appropriate add our link back. Thank you in advance.

This is a revise. The same user user:Thamarih has now begun a campaign of blatant personal attacks on one of the members of our society in violation of Wikipedia's Policy to comment on content and not contributors at talk:ayahuasca; as well as violating the 3RR rule on both ayahuasca and talk:ayahuasca. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Suspected Socks

Well, I'm going to let him say what he wants to. Will (Glaciers melting in the dead of night) 21:12, 11 September 2006 (UTC)

Article Class (Stub, Start...)

When you rate an article on its class, please be sure to capitalize the class name (i.e. {{FilmsWikiProject|class=Start}} instead of {{FilmsWikiProject|class=start}}) or else it will not be removed from the Unassessed category. Thanks, Cbrown1023 00:42, 12 September 2006 (UTC)

Completed the 24 hour block

I completed the block , now user:BhaiSaab is stalking my edits and keeps reverting my homepage putting the sockpuppet tag on it. Could you tell the guy to cut it out. --CltFn 01:21, 12 September 2006 (UTC)

Appears to have died down, and you did commit sockpuppetry. IolakanaT 16:59, 12 September 2006 (UTC)

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American Psycho

The talk page of American Psycho says you are active in improving the article. I suggested many improvements to the article on the talk page, albeit rather hastily. I am interested to know your opinion on these, and whatever other comments you might have. Cheers. Rintrah 16:32, 13 September 2006 (UTC)

Can you track down sources and improve the style of the Themes and Symbolism section? I will try to reorganise the article appropriately, and summarise it when I get my book back. Rintrah 17:44, 18 September 2006 (UTC)

Since I have come to this article, I and others have rooted out original research, cleaned up the sections, made the paragraphs more logically structured and succinct, improved the style of composition (including how easily it can be read), improved the grammar, found possible sources for criticism (which have not yet been used), rewritten the Synopsis (my first attempt was a hasty, very rough job), suggested improvements, appropriately reorganised the sections, deleted a superfluous section, and reviewed it for improvement to GA status. That is, we have improved it enormously and I have played a very large part. Now it is written better than most B-class articles, and is held back unnaturally from GA status because it fails the citations criterion. There are B-class articles written so poorly that this article would seem a great work of literature by comparison. If another editorput in half my effort to the article into finding sources, this article would have easily elevated to GA status. It was rated as B-class before I came upon this article (I think), or a long time ago. So it is frustrating. Even my dilligent attention to many, many tiny details is all in vain. Oh well. Rintrah 14:42, 8 December 2006 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Requests for checkuser/Case/David Justin

Hi there, Following your suggestion on Wikipedia:Suspected sock puppets/David Justin, I asked for a check user. The check user Wikipedia:Requests for checkuser/Case/David Justin has shown "that Wright, Creighton, and Wise are sockpuppets". These accounts are Bryant Wright, Ralph Creighton, Stu Wise. Other accounts were too old to be checked. So as an administrator who has shown interest in this case, what are the next steps to be followed? Nunquam Dormio 09:06, 14 September 2006 (UTC)

The accounts have been blocked. Thanks, IolakanaT 16:51, 18 September 2006 (UTC)

Barnstar!

Sock Puppet Star.gif The Sockpuppet Star
I, Mr. Lefty, award Kilo-Lima this Sockpuppet Star for doing a great job helping to root out abusive sockpuppets. Keep up the good work! --Mr. Lefty Talk to me! 01:56, 16 September 2006 (UTC)

LiveScience

Greetings, administrator unit.

It appears as if you protected the LiveScience.com page. You may wish to create a protected redirect page to Imaginova, the owner of the Space.com, SpaceNews.com and LiveScience.com web sites. What was the reason for deleting the page instead of upgrading it to something useful? (Ideally, the "PROD" reason code could have been a link to the codes list, which presumably exists somewhere.)

Wikiborg 11:42, 18 September 2006 (UTC)
I think that it is best to wait until there is consensus to delete these, then protection could come in. IolakanaT 16:46, 18 September 2006 (UTC)

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Arbitration re: Jessica Lunsford

Unsure if Im supposed to notify you or if the arbitrators are but I listed you as a party of interest in Request for Arbitration: Jessica Lunsford. Cumberbund 07:35, 20 September 2006 (UTC)

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Changes to Socksuspect2 template

I made some changes to the {{socksuspect2}} template to hopefully help investigations in the future by clarifying who is being accused of being sockpuppets and who the suspected sockpuppeteer is. Take a look and let me know if there is any problem with my changes. I was unable to get the sockpuppeteer entry to fill in automatically due to my lack of experience with the nuances of templates, maybe you can figure that part out. Neil916 (Talk) 19:42, 20 September 2006 (UTC)

Re: GreekEconomist

Hi, Kilo-Lima. Just to clarify, you meant it's "unlikely" that GreekEconomist is a sock, correct? Thanks for your time. --Akhilleus (talk) 16:23, 24 September 2006 (UTC)

Well, it doesn't rule out that it is possible. I thought that it was unlikely, but you are welcome to add the username to Wikipedia:Requests for checkuser/Case/Cretanpride. IolakanaT 16:51, 24 September 2006 (UTC)

I did that before, actually. I was asking for a new look at the situation; sorry if I didn't make that clear. Thanks for taking a look at it, and I'll now consider the matter overwith. --Akhilleus (talk) 17:07, 24 September 2006 (UTC)

Re: LinkBot

Hi Kilo-Lima,

You left a message on my talk page about 3 months ago asking about LinkBot, and what's up with it. Well, I thought you might like to know that there's now an on-demand web-based tool that does what LinkBot did, without leaving all the messages on talk pages. It's described at User:Nickj/Can We Link It. It's currently only temporary until a longer-term home is found, but if you want to give it a go it's up now and will be at least for the next few days. -- All the best, Nickj (t) 00:35, 25 September 2006 (UTC)

Mr. Lefty's RfA thanks

Raczka4.jpg Hi, Kilo-Lima, and thanks for supporting me in my recent request for adminship, which succeeded with a final tally of 70/4/4. I hope I can live up to your expectations, and if there's ever anything you need, you know where to find me! --Mr. Lefty Talk to me! 00:16, 26 September 2006 (UTC)

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Sending my name to check users.

Sir,

My I request you to explain why name is suggested for WP:RFCU? You must have read the evidence and my defence. I do not see any reason for my name to be either blocked or send to check user.

Please read my comments wherever I have posted. Do u find any of them against wikipedia's policy? Do you think I have ever violated the policies and guidelines Insted if you read the accuser's comments/edits those are more atocratic/hypocritic, intolerant and totally against Wikipidia's policy. (I am not complaining against him as I am not interested in fighting such idiotic "block" war, insted of prooving my point of view which I believe in.)

Please do not block my user name as it is against the freedom of expression for which wikipedia stands for.

Thank you.--Bodhidhamma 19:34, 28 September 2006 (UTC)

Need you advise/help, please

User: Pia I'm going to remove your post from this talk page as per Admin User:Redvers because you appear to be giving out personal information about another editor and we don't allow that. WorkingHard 06:59, 30 September 2006 (UTC)


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Worth a read

Someone's detailing of abuse to you was recently deleted from your talk page. You can read the material here. --Kevin_b_er 07:42, 1 October 2006 (UTC)

StrangeApples(Autoblocks block log)

Collateral damage from AOL user block, please help clear --64.12.116.72 20:13, 2 October 2006 (UTC)

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Sockpuppetry and User:Ehinger222

You've archived the stuff at Wikipedia:Suspected_sock_puppets/Ehinger222, but I don't know what the conclusion of the case is. It doesn't indicate whether there is insufficient evidence or whatever the decision is... Am a little confused. Can you enlighten me? Cheers, Dibo 23:29, 3 October 2006 (UTC)

there's a reoccurrence of the same sort of edits by another IP on the 60.225.*.* range that bear remarkable resemblance to edits by the ip's and logins listed here by an anon user operating from 60.225.216.220 (talk · contribs · deleted contribs · page moves · block user · block log) as can be seen from his contribs.

What do I do - the page has been archived, the previous sockpuppet tags remain, do i renew the case (and how would i do that), do i wait until the 10 days expire and then renew, do i leave it? I'm confused. Sorry, this is the first time I've involved myself in sockpuppet stuff. Incidentally, Topcattheirrefutable essentially admitted to sockpuppetry as I found out through CattleGirl on my talk page- "You may be interested to see a message posted on my talk page from Topcattheirrefutable. There he admits to having sockpuppets. I replied on his talk page. Thought you'd be interested, especially considering i noticed that there hasn't been a conclusion yet on the sockpuppetry evidence page. CattleGirl 07:56, 4 October 2006 (UTC)"

The exchange went as follows:

"== RE: Dear CattleGirl ==


Thankyou for your concern in the dispute. I essentially use no rules on wikipedia except the general convention of being wikipedian and attempting to improve the encyclopedia. I am the Ehinger but I am not Ehinger222 which is a different character. I have literally hundreds of created sockpuppets, but most of them are only used to create pages and are used once. I have literally contributed thousands of valid edits to wikipedia and have improved the enc yclopedia n areas very varied from Atlantis to the Basque language.

If I want to have a little fun at the expense of an i.d. that devotes its time almost exclusively to compiling"evidence" against me(most of it wrong for that matter), than is it really such a bad thing? Have a geeze at Dibo's account fr the month leading up to October 1st. The dude only came on looking for me. Oh ... and I am 90% sure that he is Tancred. They both eroneously assert tha soccer should be referred to as football which is stupid and wrong and thay continually troll by insisting on it in articles that they have done nothing to create or contribute to.

Comrade

13:06, 3 October 2006 (UTC)Topcattheirrefutable

You're welcome for my concern in the dispute. I want Wikipedia to be as peaceful as possible- and that, to me, means that if we follow all the rules and protocols then there will be non reason for that peace to be disturbed. If you are the Ehinger, you ARE a sockpuppet, and actually, i would not be the least bit surprised if Ehinger222 was you as well, considering the usernames are so similar. However, if you only use them once, then what is the point of creating them? Really, it is 'taking up' usernames that other people can't use in the future.
Even though there are some types of sockpuppetry that is fine on wikipedia, you do not fall under those headings. From what i can see, Dibo has gone to a fair bit of work to outline this sockpuppetry, and i have had to revert your userpage a number of times as well. And also, Dibo can come on whenever he wants- if it was the month leading up to this, him signing on probably led him to see you and your sockpuppets.
I know this defence is sounding a lot like i am taking sides, but i personally do not see the similarities between Dibo and Tancred. I've looked at their edits on that page a number of times, and can't see the resemblance. Also, even though they might agree on the same thing, doesn't necessarily mean that they are the same person. And if you don't mind me saying, i haven't come across an edit where either of them troll. However, if you are going to accuse them of sockpuppetry, you may want to pay attention to the rules, as the case won't be considered if you are not following protocol and entering it in properly.
You said before: If I want to have a little fun at the expense of an i.d. that devotes its time almost exclusively to compiling"evidence" against me(most of it wrong for that matter), than is it really such a bad thing? Well, firstly if it is wrong, you can comment on why it is wrong on the evidence page against you, however i think the case may have been closed, you may have to check the archive. CattleGirl 07:37, 4 October 2006 (UTC)

Cattlegirl, I can remove the SP tag because I follow no rules and in 99% of cases I am entirely wikipedian. Protocol does not apply for me. 01:01, 4 October 2006 (UTC)Topcattheirrefutable

Remove it if you want, however i am going to revert it back, because i do follow the rules. It applies to the rest of us, and i for one do not see how you can be an exception if the rest of us make an effort to keep the peace and abide by the rules. However, i am going to check if you can remove it from your page yet, if the case is still open. However, last time i checked you had to keep it on your page for about another 8 days, 7 now. CattleGirl 07:37, 4 October 2006 (UTC)"

JonStamos

Hi. I noticed that after posting the evidence page against User:JonStamos and his sockpuppets you replied in the Conclusions section Obvious. I was wondering what would happen next- are they going to be blocked, or what other action against them would you take? Thanks, CattleGirl 07:52, 4 October 2006 (UTC)

The accounts have been blocked. IolakanaT 17:40, 5 October 2006 (UTC)

Jsmorse47's back with a new puppet

Hi. Sorry to bother you but you were the closing admin on this sockpuppetry case. I was sort of happy that this whole thing had been sorted but he's back with a vengeance [1] under the username Judgenot77 (talk · contribs). By the way, what's the correct procedure in this case? Should I open a new case, even if this happens less than 24h after the initial block? Thanks for your help. Pascal.Tesson 18:55, 4 October 2006 (UTC)

Account has been blocked. Thanks, IolakanaT 19:04, 4 October 2006 (UTC)

Xenomorph (Alien)

You should consider nominating that aricle for Good Article status (through Wikipedia:Good article candidates) because it looks really good. Cbrown1023 01:25, 6 October 2006 (UTC)

Block

I've undone your block on 165.228.129.12; its a major IP in Australia and that particular address is used by Parliment House and other addresses in Canberra and has affected good, registered contributors. --Peta 00:34, 7 October 2006 (UTC)

Wow. Australian federal politicians vandalise wikipedia in their spare time? Such would explain the raucous behaviour in Question Time during parliamentary sittings. This is a good laugh for my day. Rintrah 06:01, 7 October 2006 (UTC)

Vandal

Hi Kilo-Lima, User talk:80.58.205.39 has struck again this time at Opus Dei. For your information. Thomas 02:19, 7 October 2006 (UTC)

User talk:124.2.76.130

Page needs semi-protecting I think. --Alex (Talk) 16:23, 8 October 2006 (UTC)

Nevermind, it's been dealt with. --Alex (Talk) 16:36, 8 October 2006 (UTC)

question about you stripping my article

Hi, I'm Raidon and I am the one that did the research and wrote the article about the artist Adeyto.

I have noticed that you stripped a large amount of my writing. My sources were IMDB data, the artists official site and artists official blog (that's if you can read Japanese). You mention "please see WP:NPOV, WP:CITE and WP:RS" but I consider your stripping was overzealous.

At least you could have refrained from stripping her "Photographer" information and the information about TV CF because this information is available and verifiable on artists official profile.

Besides you, I have noticed users 70.128.102.13 and 67.183.24.157 that are aggressively slamming this artist but are not doing ANY other contributions to Wikipedia. How about banning this trolls?

Numata raidon 22:50, 8 October 2006 (UTC)

Well, I re-inserted the Photographer data and added various verifiable links..... Numata raidon 23:05, 9 October 2006 (UTC)

QuasiKraMuc (talk · contribs)

Hi, I mentioned this at WP:AN/I but nothing has been done. User:QuasiKraMuc is an obvious sockpuppet of permabanned user KraMuc (talk · contribs · block log) and as such should (as I understand it) be blocked on sight. He has left an insulting message in my user talk page, and also vandalized Wikipedia:Suspected sock puppets/KraMuc (2nd) continued KraMuc's edit war in User talk:KraMuc and Louis Essen. Can you help? ---CH 19:40, 9 October 2006 (UTC)

Blocked. Cheers, KiloT 19:58, 9 October 2006 (UTC)

Thanks, Kilo! ---CH 22:58, 9 October 2006 (UTC)

sockpuppet resolution

Thank you for not blocking my account. I am somewhat confused by what you wrote on my userpage. Does this mean I cannot edit any articles previously edited by PStrait? (I don't intend to start an argument; I just want clarification so that I don't violate any WP rules). Herbertmarcuse 01:49, 10 October 2006 (UTC)

Sockpuppet

Ha ha- that would require a lot of free time that I don't have. Please take me off of your list. Thanks Joe 15:41, 10 October 2006 (UTC)

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Thanks for blocking the socks!! Addhoc 18:20, 12 October 2006 (UTC)

You are much welcome! KiloT 18:25, 12 October 2006 (UTC)

Re: No reason given for requested protection.

The reason for semi-protection was noted under Paradise Lost (band), and also spoke for all the articles above it (Tiamat (band), Rotting Christ, Crematory, Moonspell, Diabolique (band)). Perm-banned editor User:Leyasu has been using a sequence of IPs beginning with 81... and 86... to incorrectly change music genres and intentionally insert spelling and typos in articles. I would like for you to please reconsider semi-protecting these pages - the long history on each one speaks for itself, and it's becoming day-to-day thing for me (and several others) to remove this banned user's abusive sockpuppet edits. --Danteferno 22:28, 12 October 2006 (UTC)

Sockpuppet

Hello, the use from Wikipedia:Suspected sock puppets/Curandero101 (2nd), has evaded his block by using an IP, User:58.164.210.64. Regards, -- Jeff3000 02:33, 16 October 2006 (UTC)

Blocked. Thanks, KiloT 12:04, 16 October 2006 (UTC)
User is also using User:203.3.65.10. All of these appear to be from Queensland. Thanks for the protection on the article. Ciao, MARussellPESE 12:51, 16 October 2006 (UTC)
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Curious blocks

I see that you've blocked Cogito ergo sumo (talk · contribs · deleted contribs · logs · edit filter log · block user · block log) and Ex post factoid (talk · contribs · deleted contribs · logs · edit filter log · block user · block log), apparently on the basis of this report, and I'm rather curious as to why you decided to block them.

Even assuming that they are all operated by the same individual, E Pluribus Anthony (talk · contribs · deleted contribs · logs · edit filter log · block user · block log) is not banned, so there's no inherent limitation on his ability to create new accounts. The three accounts in question can't even really be considered sockpuppets, as have entirely non-overlapping editing periods:

There's no policy, as far as I know, that generally forbids the abandonment of old accounts for new ones (announced or otherwise); and the sole blockable action that could have occurred here—evasion of the block on Cogito ergo sumo (talk · contribs)—didn't actually take place, as Ex post factoid (talk · contribs) first edited after that block had elapsed.

So, why the blocks? Kirill Lokshin 18:55, 17 October 2006 (UTC)

Hmmm... You make a good point. I was only seeing it from the report's view. However, I still feel that the similarities in usernames seem to indicate otherwise. I'll unblock. KiloT 19:16, 17 October 2006 (UTC)
Well, yes, I wouldn't be particularly surprised if all three accounts were the same person, but that's not, in of itself, something that requires blocking. ;-) Kirill Lokshin 19:25, 17 October 2006 (UTC)
Oh God... :( I understand the techicallity about the "non-overlapping editing periods"... but what about his edits using anonimous IPs [2] Look IP of last edit instead of his registered account? He claimed to be two different persons, in order to give the impression of "consensus" on the Talk page of North America. What can be done? I already filed a request for investigation... AlexCovarrubias 19:37, 17 October 2006 (UTC)
Hmm, do you have anything more specific on that last point? Skimming the conversation, I can't see anywhere that the IPs actually claim to be two different people. There's nothing wrong with editing from different IPs, and the participants in the discussion seem to be aware of the fact that it's the same editor behind both. (The fact that he's argumentative isn't really unacceptable per se; many people are. You may want to request opinions from outside editors to determine where consensus lies in terms of the actual content issue in question.) Kirill Lokshin 19:45, 17 October 2006 (UTC)
I don't know what can be done when a registered user uses a anonimous IP to edit. It is clear that he edited anonimously to prevet his "main" account from being blocked. Cogito ergo sum and his anonimous aliases has been editing the same articles in the same period of time e.g. North America, Central America, Oceania, Borg Star Trek. 142.150.134.55 contributions, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Contributions/142.150.134.52 contributions, 142.150.134.53 contributions, 142.150.134.50 contributions, 142.150.134.49 contributions, 142.150.134.56 contributions, 142.150.134.57 contributions, 142.150.134.60 contributions, 142.150.134.61 contributions, etc. His IP range varies from 142.150.134.49 to 142.150.134.79. In the same period of time, check Cogito's and E Pluribus Anthony. He edited using anonimous IP when using those accounts to avoid complaints and blocks. AlexCovarrubias 20:18, 17 October 2006 (UTC)

If evasion of 3RR or blocking by using IPs occours that is a matter for investigation at the time. But as it stands the 3 accounts allthaugh quite likely the same person do not constitute a violation of WP:SOCK. Can the report and the tags on the users pages be updated accourdingly? Agathoclea 21:19, 17 October 2006 (UTC)

Mediators needed!

Hiya! I'm contacting you because you're listed on Wikipedia:Mediation Cabal as "willing to accept assigned cases" if you find it interesting. Well, we've got a bit of a backlog, and I was wondering if you'd look over the current list of new cases (I've copied it here for convenience) and tell me if you'd take any of them? I'd really appreciate it! :D

I think you might be interested in the Joe Sharkey or Nicole Kidman cases, if you like to work with biographical cases. If you want something challenging, you may want to give Hinduism or U.S. Roads naming fallout a try. Thanks again! ~Kylu (u|t) 21:44, 17 October 2006 (UTC)

informal request for comment

User:Jayjg has indef blocked me (again). I posted the whole story to user:Centrx, because I have been in contact with him before. Thought you might like to know. 87.78.178.9 (user:Subversive_element) 18:26, 19 October 2006 (UTC)

I figure there's no personal attack any more. Is it because I'm blocked? So blocked users may be personally attacked according to WP policy, is that correct? 87.78.158.224 18:00, 20 October 2006 (UTC)

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I'm very confused about your sockpuppet decision related to user Sarner and myself. I'm not a sockpuppet of Sarner and have in fact disagreed with him on certain issues. And I don't seem to be blocked. Can you explain to me what is going on? Thanks. StokerAce 23:50, 21 October 2006 (UTC)

Like StokerAce, I'm confused. The case seems to be archived (by you), does that mean it's closed? The message on the case page is very unclear. What does it mean to "take this to WP:RFCU"? If indeed the case is closed, does this mean I can remove the "sockpuppet" entry on my user page? Thank you. Larry Sarner 13:55, 22 October 2006 (UTC)

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Just wanted to say that when you reverse someones edit you might want to check if the edit is correct or not. I made an edit to the Vincent Margera page where someone earlier had said that the finnish word "vittu" means "David Bussy" when it actually means "cunt". That was changed by an antivandalbot, but when I contacted the person in charge of the bot and he changed it back to my version. Anyway, the teenageboy (which I guess it is) changed it back to David Bussy, and then I changed it to pussy which wouldn´t get caught by the bot, but then you changed it back to David Bussy, thereby perhaps contributing to harassing someone. So, make sure your edits are correct or just don´t do them! /Maria —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 83.253.25.54 (talkcontribs) 13:15, October 24, 2006.

I'll check this out. KiloT 17:50, 24 October 2006 (UTC)
I apologise. Perhaps you should include a minor summary of why you did change it, so that it never looked like vanadlism, in the edit summary? Thanks, KiloT 17:49, 26 October 2006 (UTC)

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As you may know the "Hungrygirl" troll has been stalking me/trolling me so far four of his/her usernames have been blocked: User:Hungrygirl, User:Twentyboy, User:The Gayboy and User:Cutiepie guy — I believe a checkuser may now be in order to determine if there are any socks lying in wait? What do you think? thanks/Fenton, Matthew Lexic Dark 52278 Alpha 771 19:36, 24 October 2006 (UTC)

That seems correct. SFriendly.gif Would you be willing to do the honours? :P KiloT 17:50, 26 October 2006 (UTC)

Sock Puppet issue

I know I had to fix it but have chosen not to. With the issues i have with Cryogenic it makes it look to petty. Ill let others concern themselves with this. Thanks.Quode 19:58, 24 October 2006 (UTC)

But I don't see why you blanked the page that was auto-filled from the template. KiloT 17:50, 26 October 2006 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Suspected sock puppets/Kilz

I can't follow your reasoning on this one. Firstly, you've blocked the IP address for being "used to avoid 3RR detection." The user in question acknowledged responsibility for the edit 6 minutes later, without any prompting that I can see, so it hardly counts as attempting to avoid 3RR detection, or even using a sockpuppet. Surely some good faith can be assumed here. Secondly, it was that user's first edit to that page for more than 24 hours, so I cannot see how 3RR comes into it at all. If there's something I'm missing here I'd be glad to hear of it, but otherwise I cannot understand why you have issued this block. You appear to be offline, so I'll also make a note at WP:ANI. --Cherry blossom tree 20:53, 24 October 2006 (UTC)

I have been looking on ANI for the section - could I have the link? Agathoclea 15:36, 25 October 2006 (UTC)
It's at Wikipedia:Administrators'_noticeboard/Incidents#Wikipedia:Suspected_sock_puppets.2FKilz, though there's no real thread there. --Cherry blossom tree 16:01, 25 October 2006 (UTC)
I agree with Cherry blossom tree - he should not be banned for this, it is unfair. His error rate for logging in is non-negligible (admittedly I did not check well enough). I therefore have subsequently assumed good faith.
A separate issue is why he was making this edit - it is a circumvention of the consensus building process. This is the only outstanding issue in my book, but being as he reverted his IP edit, that issue does not relate to the IP edit, but more the edits afterwards, and his breaking the 3RR afterwards, which again does not involve the IP edit. Widefox 15:12, 25 October 2006 (UTC)
I'm not disputing that this edit (and subsequent ones) were bad. I haven't looked at the whole issue. This block seems to have been issued for using a sockpuppet, though, which I cannot agree with. I think we seem to agree here. --Cherry blossom tree 16:01, 25 October 2006 (UTC)
Yes, we agree. Widefox 17:08, 25 October 2006 (UTC)
No, I don't. That's wrong. I have responded at the noticeboard. KiloT 17:48, 26 October 2006 (UTC)
Do you have anything to say with regard to my initial comment? If you made a mistake then that's fine but if you think you're right and I missed something then I really would like to know. Thanks. --Cherry blossom tree 22:30, 31 October 2006 (UTC)

Backlog at WP:SSP

I am not an admin, but do you think I could help? Agathoclea 21:36, 26 October 2006 (UTC)

That would be most helpful, yes. KiloT 17:33, 31 October 2006 (UTC)

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I just now posted a request for clarification re:Fwdixon case at Wikipedia talk:Suspected sock puppets--posted there as your response might assist others unclear on similar matters. SD Doxmyth 16:59, 28 October 2006 (UTC)

I will check this out. Thanks, KiloT 17:33, 31 October 2006 (UTC)

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Hi, I saw that you tagged this case with:

"This should be taken to WP:RFCU. Kilo•T 12:24, 5 November 2006 (UTC)"

I looked at WP:RFCU, (never filed before) and under the section Does your request belong here? is says

Obvious, disruptive sock puppet Block. No checkuser is necessary.
Disruptive "throwaway" account used only for a few edits Block. No checkuser is necessary.

I will take this case to checkuser if you think that is the right thing to do, but I think the part about "does your case belong here" suggests that the request does not belong there, because the evidence is obvious.

Perhaps I used too much evidence, so I will highlight the points that make the case fall under the "obvious" bit.

  1. AvinSanjih (talk · contribs), Funnimilk (talk · contribs), MonMonstah (talk · contribs), SBruz10 (talk · contribs), 24.91.163.230 (talk · contribs · deleted contribs · page moves · block user · block log) are all single use accounts created during the Afd discussion and used to vote, delete other editors' votes and or change other editors' votes.
  2. Both Utzchips (talk · contribs) and 24.203.42.57 (talk · contribs) have signed comments with Utz [3], [4]

Please advise me if there is really a reason to take this to RFCU. Thanks --BostonMA talk 13:34, 5 November 2006 (UTC)

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For a while, you have been the only admin patrolling the suspected sockpuppets page, but I haven't seen you over there in a while. Are you on wikibreak, or are you taking a break from that page? It's getting pretty backlogged. Neil916 (Talk) 16:40, 13 December 2006 (UTC)

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