Your concerning behaviour on stewards' noticeboard[edit source]
Hi anonymous user,
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- Your comments added nothing of value to what was a report, which I previously informed you that, given the span of time involved and that the user you reported had not contributed to wikis where previously locally blocked, was not in violation of user accounts policy. Ideally, yes, it would be wonderful if a previously locked user informed stewards of their plan to begin a clean start and avoid wikis where they had been previously blocked, but I am willing to assume good faith on the part of the user until they show that whatever problems led to their lock are repeating themselves (either on the new wikis or because they returned to previous wikis)
- The part I find the most problematic is the fact that you are (attempting to) hide behind the veil of anonymity and secrecy whilst filing grievances (again, without evidence or how the user's clean start runs afoul of user accounts policy). I personally find this to be reprehensible, akin to the next door who makes an anonymous report about the barking dog next door to municipal bylaw enforcement officials. I believe all users have a fundamental right to know their accusers and to refute allegations, regardless of whether such allegations are spurious or legitimate. Indeed, this is right is constitutionally protected in most, if not all, western liberal democracies, such as Canada, the United Kingdom, France, the United States and others
As we don't count votes by anonymous users in RfCs and permissions requests by convention, it logically we holds that we do not take seriously complaints by anonymous users, let alone complaints with little if any evidence. If you have a legitimate complaint, please Special:UserLogin or Special:CreateAccount to either login or create an account, respectively, but I suspect you already know how to do this, and that you already know Miraheze well.
Kindly govern yourself accordingly on Meta.
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