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Hello Ktr101. You now have user pages on every wiki, as you requested on User:Pathoschild/Scripts/Synchbot. You can see sortable logs of each page edited or skipped at User:Pathoschild/Scripts/Synchbot/Archives/Ktr101. —Pathoschild 05:01:07, 26 January 2010 (UTC)
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Many have said that the bidding needs to be brought forward to give teams longer to organise the conference, to enable it to be run more professionally and smoother and to give teams more time to arrange things like sponsorship which can take significant amounts of time. This year an active effort is being made to bring the start of official bidding to before the fundraiser (around September/October, to have a longer bidding period that will run till the end of January and a decision made by the end of February.
Although this clashes with the fundraiser, the significantly longer bidding period is to give those teams from chapters involved in the fundraiser more time. It should hopefully allow teams to create better and more detailed bids. Going forward the idea would be that eventually the bidding would occur entirely before the fundraiser. I though it best to not jump immediately to this to not catch teams off guard.
Just to recap: Bidding will start in September/October and not in January
Any thoughts and comments on this would be greatly appreciated.
Seddon 12:09, 1 June 2011 (UTC)
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Note on AYST201Edit
Just a note that AYST201 and Arifys are indeed Confirmed to be the same person. I get the feeling that they are inexperienced, and perhaps not socking in bad faith, so I won't lock the accounts outright. It looks like they have contributed positively some places, and hopefully that will continue. You are of course free to use this information as you wish at outreach.
- Thanks for that, as I figured something was up and brought a sockpuppet investigation to them on -en. Regardless, I would be supportive of keeping an eye on both of them and locking them if they use both to coordinate (I will also keep the Outreach block on one, since they still have their other account to use if needed), as I do agree that they seem to be learning the ropes, albeit a bit clumsily. Kevin Rutherford (talk) 06:46, 7 April 2016 (UTC)
- I'm verry regret about mybehavior to duplicate Ip adress for test I also not remember all user for that.
Your comment here was unacceptable. Deletions are not votes for or against the nominator, they are to express views on the deletion request. You seem to have a problem with me, probably because I have made official complaints about your competence to deal with OTRS correspondence on copyright. If you cannot avoid turning discussions into personal attacks, please consider saying nothing rather than laying down a long term pattern of hounding. Thanks --Fæ (talk) 17:31, 13 April 2016 (UTC)
- I don't have a problem with you actually, but I was more concerned that it appeared to be a bit of a veiled threat for someone to come back and nominate it for deletion the following year as a joke page, even though there was overwhelming consensus against deleting it. Regardless, that's the past, and we can all move on now and continue to improve the project. Kevin Rutherford (talk) 17:39, 13 April 2016 (UTC)
I change mymind, Wikipedia is amazing but I'm sorry Ktr101 about it or about myuser problem, myintention for wikipedia is good, please accept my apology. Thank you very much Ktr101, I will don't again. AYST201 (talk) 06:12, 24 April 2016 (UTC)