QUOTE(timbo @ Sat 17th September 2011, 9:35pm)
My take, reading between the lines, is that M.S. was doing some sort of experiment seeing if he could post up and retain "sourced" gibberish on esoteric topics on WP without anyone noticing. I'm guessing random fragments from academic papers, each line relevant to some topic, but in sum complete gibberish.
If that's the case: they noticed.
It's easy to think that, but I've spent some time, now, with his work, and that's not what it is. He's mostly doing what might be called research notes. However, I don't really care. He didn't place, as far as I've seen, any gibberish in Wikiversity mainspace. If he does, well, Jabberwocky is nonsense, but it's also something that could be written and studied in an academic environment.
There is no doubt that MS's work, or at least much of it, was inappropriate for Wikipedia. I haven't seen anything on Wikiversity, yet, from him, that is seriously inappropriate. He's doing original research, which I read as linguistic research, how words are used. That's okay. Original research is allowed at Wikiversity, unlike Wikipedia, and if his original research is some kind of parody, that's allowed, too. And if anyone disagrees, well, there is RfD. But that's not really necessary. If he wants to put research parodies in his user space on WV, for example, that's quite acceptable, by precedent.
But it's not okay to attack users.