I'm an admin on the Dutch wikipedia but rarely active on the English wikipedia. Questions can be left here or on the Dutch wikipedia, here.
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Geachte arbitragecommissie, Op vrijdag 5 april begon ik een zaak tegen gebruiker:Wikiklaas. Nu de 72 uur (gesteld in uw richtlijnen) zijn verstreken vraag ik u: hoe lang duurt het nog alvorens de zaak bij de Arbitragecommissie behandeld wordt? Ik stel een snelle reactie op prijs. Hoogachtend, --Borvo (talk) 13:55, 8 April 2013 (UTC)
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@Kippenvlees1: I'd like to ask for your advice and help... Hi, I'm from Italy and I've seen you're a Dutch admin, I hope there's no problem if I speak English. I'm having troubles in Dutch wiki, there's a pair of corrections about Italian towns that should be done, but the Dutch users I met are biased towards me and don't want foreign users to interfere with Dutch wiki. I'm not trying forcing my "point of view", never ever: I'm providing correct information about the correct spelling of that pair of cities. So you don't have to trust my word, I well know that the whole wiki project isn't based on volunteer users but on primary sources, in fact I'm going to privide them to you, it'll be up to you to decide whether those sources are reliable or not, more or less authoritative than the ones "found" by the other Dutch users. But I strongly believe that you'll agree with they higher reliability. Obviously, should you disagree instead, I won't insist further. Consider that, without any offense for anyone, Italian mother-language speakers living in Italy since they were born have a better knowledge of Italian language, conventions and sources than any foreign person trying to understand them, exactly as Dutch speakers like you compared to Italian speakers like me have a better knowledge about Dutch language issues. For example, I'd never contest a Dutch user coming to it.wikipedia in order to ask Italian users to correct a pair of Dutch proper names from the "Y" spelling to the "IJ" spelling, I might try understanding more about this issue but I'd never doubt a mother-language speaker nor the sources he brings. This was the whole premise, now if you think you could be able to advise and help me I'll explain you what's this particular issue, I'll be shorter than I've been here since sources will speak for me. I'll wait for your reply. Thank you anyway for reading so far :-) 22.214.171.124 (talk) 22:23, 24 March 2018 (UTC) @Kippenvlees1: