Probably there's just a single connection on
this IP address (one
house, school or small company). Usually in this case the various
users have different but similar IP addresses.
It actually does not seem to be a floating IP, neither a political thing. He
simply drops in meaningless chars instead of the original page, or redirects
the page to the english edition (which does not work), his style seems to be
pretty stable. So you are likely to be right. It's a unique IP. Let's block
You will have to ask a Steward to make one (or
more) of you a sysop.
They then have the ability to block an IP address, which means that no
edits can be done from that address.
Yeap! I've asked for it some 10 days ago :) Still waiting for an answer :) I
hoped that maybe there could be someone with that access here, and that they
could terminate the guy for us, while we wait for operative indipendence :)
Err, not really. Your first request 10 days ago was incomplete. It
lacked the necessary links (which was understandable since the language
was not yet created... no project ---> no pages ---> no sysop). Jon
explained that to you.
Then, when the page was created (2 days ago), Jon explained to you we
usually wait 1 week before giving the status.
So, no, you are not waiting for an answer from steward... stewards are
waiting for any editor on your language answer on the matter :-)
Posting here will not make a difference ;-)
Now... let me tell you about all the tricks which will allow you to
survive .... in case of vandalism, ask temporary access here :