You've reported a bunch of IPs at WP:ANI who are systematically changing articles without consensus. It would be helpful if you could compile a complete list of the IPs you've noticed, as well as the registered accounts. One way to do this is to open a WP:SPI report. If that seems too involved, you could just make a list of the accounts somewhere and it might allow an admin to decide if rangeblocks are possible. If you put something together, I am willing to take a look. Thanks, EdJohnston (talk) 04:26, 6 June 2010 (UTC)
Strange message from you?
Hello, after several months of inactivity I have logged in to WP and found a message from you that I don't understand. You make vague accusations and a mysterious reference to a subpage I created for my own experimentation.
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