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deleting page 2[edit]

Ompalompa83: But the band has been subject to coverage in reliable sources, see for instance the following:'

Images of articles that I've edited[edit]

Why do you remove logos from public broadcaster articles? Please stop removing logos from public television channels or radio stations articles because the logos are useful and belongs to an article where it belongs to, such as a radio station or a television channel article. The logos will be deleted if the images is not added to an article where it belongs to in the next seven days. I think that the logos are useful and belongs to an article where it belongs. XPanettaa (talk) 9:48, May 17, 2015 (UTC)

We have very strict rules for when we can use non-free images on wikipedia. See WP:NFCC. The galleries of old logos are a clear violation of this policy and thus has to be deleted.

Proposed Deletion of Action Deafness[edit]

I noticed you've done some work on Action Deafness. Just to let you know, I've nominated it for deletion. You can see the discussion at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/December 2018#Action DeafnessCircleGirl (talk) 02:01, 12 December 2018 (UTC)

ArbCom 2019 special circular[edit]

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Administrators must secure their accounts

The Arbitration Committee may require a new RfA if your account is compromised.

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This message was sent to all administrators following a recent motion. Thank you for your attention. For the Arbitration Committee, Cameron11598 02:38, 4 May 2019 (UTC)

Administrator account security (Correction to Arbcom 2019 special circular)[edit]

ArbCom would like to apologise and correct our previous mass message in light of the response from the community.

Since November 2018, six administrator accounts have been compromised and temporarily desysopped. In an effort to help improve account security, our intention was to remind administrators of existing policies on account security — that they are required to "have strong passwords and follow appropriate personal security practices." We have updated our procedures to ensure that we enforce these policies more strictly in the future. The policies themselves have not changed. In particular, two-factor authentication remains an optional means of adding extra security to your account. The choice not to enable 2FA will not be considered when deciding to restore sysop privileges to administrator accounts that were compromised.

We are sorry for the wording of our previous message, which did not accurately convey this, and deeply regret the tone in which it was delivered.

For the Arbitration Committee, -Cameron11598 21:04, 4 May 2019 (UTC)