On 5/24/06, Philip Welch <wikipedia(a)philwelch.net> wrote:
Usually, one is (a) either supposed to get the hint and stop adding
it back in, or (b) attempt to discuss the issue instead if just
revert warring over it.
I sort of think we're losing sight of the fact that he had less than 50
edits total. Basically, what it comes down to is, is he willing to accept
that he violated our code of behaviour (whether or not he knew about it),
and is he willing to totally change his way of editing.
Abu, don't even think about arguing that you did nothing wrong - editing
articles in the way you did is totally unacceptable to WIkipedia. Your only
defence here is ignorance and pleading remorse, and promising never to do it
The Oracle has spoken.