So, going by that reasoning, as was brought up before, [[User:Governor
Bush]] or [[User:President Bush]] are allowed then?
On 5/31/06, Peter Ansell <ansell.peter(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 5/30/06, Joe Anderson <computerjoe.mailinglist(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
[[User:General Eisenhower]] is in breach of
[[WP:USERNAME]] where is
Names of VIPs or well-known historical figures ( e.g. Benjamin
On his userpage he claims
I'm General and future president Eisenhower.
I requested he changed his username, as to which a poll was
According to GeorgeMoney, it was a bad faith nom : how is this?
Eisenhower said on my talk page: I am not changing my username. General
Eisenhower <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:General_Eisenhower> • ( at
or at peace
15:59, 29 May 2006 (UTC).
He has not accepted he is in breach of policy, which he is. I am posting
here to seek other people's views (as per [[WP:USERNAME]]) and to
make a namechange compulsory.
Eisenhower would normally have been given a username block, however he
slipped through the net to become fairly estabilished (albeit it not in
main namespace), which makes it harder.
[[User:Computerjoe]] on en, fr, de, simple, Meta and Commons.
I dont know how serious this one really is. If he had Dwight
Eisenhower it may be more serious. As it is, it is likely to be more
disruptive to try to enforce it than it will be to let him keep it.
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