Jenna, Viridae, Dan, and Malleus:
you should know better than to argue with Ottava on wiki,
where he has a willing audience for his anti-WR invective.
Let's face it people - whilst we've got Eric Barbour desperately imploring you to read his blog, Kato doing endless "round ups" in the hope of getting noticed and HerschelKerdojaymaflip moving posts from forum to forum to stave of either boredom or insanity does anyone honestly think WR is going to achieve anything more than WT:RFA........(i.e. precious darn little) Pedro : Chat 19:54, 27 May 2009 (UTC)
Ah ha ha. You have posted a lot
on WR before, so it can't be that awful.
It's not the fact that they participate that I believe is the issue, it's how they conduct themselves on the site. One of our most respected administrators (Newyorkbrad) remains stellar whenever he posts to WR and I don't think one person could fault him for what he does there. Other regular WP contributors give less than ideal performances when they go to WR - they use it as an excuse to flaunt the lack of civility policies and generally use it as a forum to slag off people they don't like here, rather than do it to the persons face (we expect discussion with a user who you have a problem with here, rather than running off to another forum). So to reiterate, participation at WR isn't inherently bad, but conduct there can have an impact on how people view your overall demeanor and suitability for adminship. Ryan PostlethwaiteSee the mess I've created or let's have banter 10:09, 28 May 2009 (UTC)Gee, Mr. Postlethwaite, if I logged into your "encyclopedia" and tried to comment
on your insecure arrogant incompetence, you'd block me and thus silence me.
Still horked off because I called you a "pathetic doctrinaire nerd" last month?
What have you done lately to disabuse my opinion of you?
But keep up the bad work, garden shop employee and attempted football hooligan.
Maybe next year, you'll win the DICK Of Distinction Award.