On 8/3/07, Raphael Wegmann <raphael(a)psi.co.at>
Steven Walling schrieb:
Removing administrator status from POV-pushers
could be a start.
"rabid editing" as I correctly characterized Jayjg's edits ("extreme
fanatical support of or belief in something), especially to Israeli and
Jewish subjects, is not directly analogous to bad faith POV-pushing. I'm
sure Jayjg thinks he is improving Wikipedia, for Wikipedia's sake and not
someone else's, when he charges about like an angry mastodon. My comment
concerning his reckless editing does not mean I think he is a cabalistic
I've never been an admin, and I don't want to judge
Actually, you've been doing just that.
Wow, you found a workshop section created two years ago by an editor
who ended up getting banned.
You're proving the opposite of the point you are trying to prove.
I don't think so, as the RfA is remarkably missing any kind of admin
Banning a user is the decision of admins. It doesn't necessarily mean
that, anything that person said is invalid and some kind of "noise"
we are not supposed to think about.