Ironic how your reply is uncivil.
I'm trying to simply ask for opinions as to whether or not calling something
cruft is uncivil. I'm sure the majority of AfDers would agree with me,
though I'm sure many editors would disagree.
Perhaps we could create a [civil] debate.
Also, if you think of my conduct as bad I ask you to comment at [[Wikipedia
talk:Community Justice]], where the council has the power to remove me as
chair if, I'm found to have done misconduct!
Once again, thanks.
On 5/2/06, charles matthews <charles.r.matthews(a)ntlworld.com> wrote:
"Joe Anderson" wrote
Basically, I campaign for civility around the
Wikipedia and by calling
something -cruft I'm apparently uncivil.
That you are.
Cruft is a term generally used on AfD - may it be
fan or listcruft. It
used so much, I never even realised it could be
looked upon as uncivil!
Well, your campaign has a long way to go.
IMO, calling me a hypocrite is a lot more uncivil
(if not even a breach
[[WP:NPA]]) than calling something listcruft.
It sounds timely, though. (Oh no, I'm about to type 'wake-up call', my
second-most-hated cliche after 'defining moment.)
I have no interest in making a big deal over this
Thank God for that. That would only be to call attention to yourself.
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