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Thank you so much, and to those who nominated me. Leaving this here for reminder. –xenotalk
I see that you have evaluated the situation on MBisanz user talk page. Since you are aware of the problem, why don't you take action?
I see this as a serious Wikipedia problem. There is bad behavior. There should be a systematic way to resolve it. ANI is not the proper place. There is too much drama there. By making a complaint there, there's a good chance that I would be attacked and there still wouldn't be resolution.
Therefore, my plans are to appeal to you to act. If not, I will let it go. Canadians are usually not like that. They can be quite helpful.
I'm an administrator but I typically don't get involved in user conduct or civility enforcement. What actions would you like me to take? Would you like me to unarchive the section you posted? Would you like me to scold the user for their inappropriate and uncollegial language? (done) –xenotalk 19:49, 8 February 2016 (UTC)
I probably wouldn't have bothered putting that link to them, I included their username in the message on your talk page and they would've received an 'echo' notification. For now I would say let it drop and just try to focus on content, rather than contributors. –xenotalk 21:21, 8 February 2016 (UTC)
Just wanted to thank you in a more "personal way" for the answers you offered me concerning the RfA process. I thought if I move here, I could isolate my words from a thread with the potential for misunderstanding. Caballero/Historiador⎌ 20:19, 8 February 2016 (UTC)
You're welcome, thanks for clarifying what you were asking. –xenotalk 20:21, 8 February 2016 (UTC)