Thu 2nd February 2012, 6:38pm
QUOTE(SB_Johnny @ Thu 2nd February 2012, 12:05pm)
Ah, I'm not watching Wikiversity. That was brilliant. Creating suspected sock puppet pages on Wikiversity, for a set of accounts that were auto-created by SUL, then he places the tags on all the user pages
I'd have asked Cirt not to do that, and would have deleted the pages, which simply create a mess. Wikiversity, generally -- at least it used to be true! -- doesn't block editors who have not been disruptive at Wikiversity
, and it has been discouraged, tagging and perhaps attempting to humiliate editors who have had problems elsewhere.
Indeed, the only example recently would be Poetlister1, blocked by SB_Johnny, based on the global ban decided at meta. I unblocked, after discussion and no consensus for the block, SBJ emergency-desysopped me (even though I planned no further actions, even though I was under a standard stop agreement that meant I could be immediately desysopped or emergency blocked if I acted after a warning from another sysop -- and I hadn't been warned), and then blocked me for asking for custodial attention to Ottava misbehavior, the usual.
So maybe things are different at Wikiversity now, since nothing has been done about my unblock request. SBJ apparently owns the place.