User talk:95.20.67.168

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élitro and blockage[edit]

I have just created élitro and got a blockage with this explanation.

You are currently unable to edit pages on Wiktionary.

You can still read pages, but you cannot edit, move, or create them.

Editing from 95.20.64.0/18 has been disabled by SemperBlotto for the following reason(s):
Abusing multiple accounts: WF

This block has been set to expire: 10:04, 1 August 2012. 

History log of 95.20.67.168. I noticed it when I was going to change the plural of Spanish campo which is not "campo" but "campos". Regards. --95.20.67.168 10:10, 1 July 2012 (UTC)

That's a range block, and you're in that range. Doesn't mean you are WF (User:Wonderfool) just that your IP is part of that range. Mglovesfun (talk) 10:57, 1 July 2012 (UTC)
Well. I'm certainly not WF. Thanks for the fix. Bye, then. --95.20.67.168 11:01, 1 July 2012 (UTC)
After thinking about it I find all this quite counterproductive and little informative. I would appreciate if SemperBlotto or somebody else could provide here some history logs included in this IP range or links showing the evidence of improper edits or some equivalent explanation. That would be as well an evidence of all this not being just a mistake. Thanks in advance. --95.20.67.168 09:04, 3 July 2012 (UTC)
More than 11 hours ago, shortly after I typed it, at least Semperblotto read my previous message but seemingly he did not find it worthy of reply. I ignore the reason: maybe my request means too much work, maybe people who read it wrongly suspect I am WF or just trolling, maybe they just have no answer to provide or will not move a finger... I can think of many more possibilities but I do not really know. Nontheless, anyone reading this should not forget that an informed reply to my request is not something for me only but also for the whole en.wiktionary community. So much for AGF, transparency and helpfulness. Regards. --95.20.67.168 18:15, 3 July 2012 (UTC)

The note on top of Special:Log/patrol says that marking it patrolled doesntmean he read it



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