User talk:Wikidemon

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Hi Wikidemon, I would like to invite you and anyone watching who shares an interest in moving forward constructively to a discussion about Biographies of Living People

New editors' lack of understanding of Wikipedia processes has resulted in thousands of BLPs being created over the last few years that do not meet BLP requirements. We are currently seeking constructive proposals on how to help newcomers better understand what is expected, and how to improve some 48,000 articles about living people as created by those 17,500 editors, through our proper cleanup, expansion, and sourcing.

These constructive proposals might then be considered by the community as a whole at Wikipedia talk:Requests for comment/Biographies of living people.

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Spam, harassment[edit]

Posters can choose to anonymize there email address to a temporary craigslist address, who will then relay any messages sent to that address to the poster's actual email address. Replying to a post, email address will be visible to the poster. The same Flagging group of individuals using sending addressing only once also send spam in mass to posters inundating there inbox with what look like blank responses These messages have the potential of having Javascript or embedded objects in there e-mails.57 Craigslist posters have also reported the tracking cookie ( and ( there browser history.

unless you have been there you realy do not know

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thank you, no really[edit]

you just criticized me (nonregistri dhortali)with the well worded

"embark on a campaign against user-generated content sites run for a profit, a singularly ironic act of luddism if there ever was one." 

Now, complimenting satire is hard, it being likely the grateful is being ornery, so instead two questions, why do you think it luddist?

rantresurgo: to me it (user generated content for some ones profit where the content creators get nil) seems, radically unlike Wikipedia, genuinely exploitative in a vein of criticism inspired by Jaron Lanier. (i suspect a market-capitalism=innovation type argument, is this unfounded?) Secondly, could you recommend sites more suitable for embarking on a aggregatorian campaign for encyclopedic luddite protest? tvtropes?

Coda: is the polite thing now to go delete my mess? — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 01:39, 30 December 2015 (UTC) and now i have a usernameStorloff (talk) 04:53, 31 December 2015 (UTC)

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