Bloqueio global

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Bloqueios globais
As proibições globais são restrições formais impostas às pessoas para restringir seu acesso aos serviços Miraheze.

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Global bans are formal restrictions placed on people (not user accounts or IP addresses) to prevent their access to certain aspects of Miraheze (such as access or editing). Global bans are more severe than Global blocks and Global locks as they affect actual people (unlike blocks and locks which are technical restrictions placed only on accounts or IPs) and as such, are not given out liberally.

Global bans may only be applied by the community, the Technology team (in extreme cases where such a ban is critical to Miraheze infrastructure), or Trust and Safety when the Terms of Use have been violated. Global bans are enforced on-wiki via a global lock of the master account and all other alternative accounts. All accounts created subsequently will be automatically locked upon detection. Verifiable IP addresses may be blocked globally by global functionaries as part of global ban enforcement, in the same way global locks are enforced.

A comunidade pode votar para banir globalmente um usuário (geralmente através de um Request for Comments). Para isso, é realizada uma votação em que os membros da comunidade votam a proposta. Se a proposta de banir globalmente um usuário for aprovada, um Steward reforçará o resultado da discussão bloqueando o usuário e todas as outras contas de usuário relacionadas. As proibições globais pela comunidade geralmente são feitas em casos extremos em que o usuário se envolveu em abuso grave entre wikis, interrompeu persistentemente vários projetos Miraheze e onde as tentativas de remediação para resolver qualquer comportamento considerado um problema falharam.

A community-imposed global ban is a full revocation of all privileges for a user who has caused issues across multiple communities. It is a measure of last resort, reflecting broad community consensus should other measures fail. Other measures include multiple specific advisories based in policy or best practice to the user and contacting Stewards or Trust and Safety as appropriate to resolve the problem.


For a user to be a eligible for a global ban, they must meet the following requirements:

  • The user must have persistently disrupted various Miraheze wikis; and,
  • The user must exhibit conduct issues and remediation attempts to address such conduct have failed.

If these conditions are met, a user is eligible for a global ban. If a user does not meet these requirements, the Request for Comments will be closed.

Nominators must meet the following requirements to request a global ban:

  • Their Miraheze account is at least 6 months old; and,
  • They must have least 1,000 global edits. These edits may not consist of directly copy/pasting content from other wikis, they must be edits done by the user.

If a nominator does not meet these requirements, the Request for Comments will be closed.


To request a global ban, a Request for Comments must be started here on Miraheze Meta. Criteria, as established in the previous section, must be met.

Once a Request for Comments requesting a global ban has been filed on Miraheze Meta, the nominator must post a notice on all wikis where the user is active informing them that a Request for Comments regarding that user has been stated. This notice should be posted in a high-visibility venue such as a central discussion forum or the talk page of the main page if none exists. Nominators may ask Stewards for assistance in sending the message via MassMessage.

If the nominated user is locally blocked on Meta, they may be temporarily unblocked to defend themselves. If the user begins to engage in disruptive behaviors or behavior that goes against the Code of Conduct, they will be re-blocked.

Request for Comments dealing with a global ban proposal must stay opened for a minimum of seven (7) calendar days, beginning after the notification process defined in this section is complete


A Request for Comments requesting a global ban proposal can be closed by a Steward before seven (7) days have passed if the Request is malformed or if it there is overwhelming consensus against the proposal.

A Request for Comments can also be closed before seven (7) days have passed if there is overwhelming consensus for it and the nominated user agrees to be globally banned.

If either the nominee or nominator do not fulfill the requirements outlined in the previous section, the Request for Comments may also close early.

Foundation bans

The WikiTide Foundation, through Trust and Safety, may enact a global ban in response to repeated and/or severe violations of Foundation policies, including the Terms of Use and its incorporated community policies like the Global Conduct Policy. In these cases, the user will be notified and their account will be locked. The Technology team is authorized, in rare instances, to enact global bans to keep Miraheze stable and operational, in cooperation with Trust and Safety.

These decisions are subject to review by the Director of Trust and Safety and, ultimately, the Board of Directors. The Trust and Safety Policy describes the process for appealing these bans.


Community bans

An appeal of a global ban may submitted by contacting Stewards. Stewards will then forward the appeal to the community by means of another Request for Comments. Stewards, as a group, may exercise discretion in appeals and choose not to forward an appeal if they feel that they lack merit and/or are frivolous in nature.

If a global ban RfC doesn't specify a minimum time before appeals may be considered, the minimum time before an appeal can be considered will be 3 months, so as to (a) allow the user sufficient time to reflect on their behaviour, (b) establish a good-faith initial attempt to illustrate to the community they have the capacity to exercise restraint (by not engaging in illegitimate sockpuppetry), and (c) not waste the community's time with repeated and frivolous requests.

Para apelar de um banimento da comunidade, um usuário deve apelar por meio de um local da comunidade, como Request for Comments. Para apelar de uma proibição emitida pela Engenharia de Confiabilidade do Site ou Confiança e Segurança, envie um e-mail para $tsmail. Certifique-se de incluir todas as informações relevantes em sua apelação.

To appeal a ban issued by the Technology team or Trust and Safety, please email Please make sure to include any relevant information in your appeal.

Para uma lista de usuários bloqueados globalmente, veja Lista de usuários bloqueados globalmente.

Revision history

The following Requests for Comment have shaped this policy:

Ver também

  • Bloqueios globais que afetam principalmente endereços IP e intervalo, mas também podem afetar usuários logados.
  • Locks globais que afetam apenas contas de usuários registrados e os impedem de efetuar login.
  • Proibições globais na Wikimedia Meta-Wiki.