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Shut your fucking face, uncle fucker
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You´re a cocksucking, ass-liking, uncle fucker
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You´re an uncle fucker, yes it´s true
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Nobody fucks uncles just like you
 
   
Shut your ficking face, uncle fucker
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== WoWWiki definition of vandalism ==
You´re the one that fucks your uncle uncle fucker
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This is the definition of [[WoWWiki:Vandalism|vandalism]] for the purposes of this policy:
You don´t even sleep or mow the lawm
 
You fuck your uncle all day long
 
   
(what´s going on in here?)
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# Removing valid content without explanation or an explanation that makes no sense.
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# Adding content to this wiki not about or related to [[WoWWiki]], [[Warcraft]] or [[World of Warcraft]].
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# Pretending to remove other vandalism content in order to prevent cleaning. This includes minor edits or minor removals while leaving a bulk of unwanted content ("[[spam]]"), but making a comment as if you removed the unwanted content.
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# Items listed in the [[WoWWiki:Policy/DNP|Do not post policy]].
   
Shut you´re fucking face, uncle fucker
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== Cleaning vandalism ==
You´re a boner bitting bastard, uncle fucker
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An act of [[vandalism]] can be removed or reverted with only a comment in the edit summary identifying the type of vandalism (usually spam, unexplained deletes, etc.). Disagreement with the edit should be posted in the related discussion page. Cleaners will be added to the honorary [[:Category:Cleaners|Cleaners category]], unless they request to be removed.
You´re an uncle fucker, i must say
 
You fucked your uncle yesterday!
 
   
Uncle fucker, that´s u-n-c-l-e, fuck you!
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:{{icon-exclamation}}'''BEFORE YOU START REVERTING VANDALISM: Please read [[WoWWiki:Known_vandals#About_reverting_vandalism|"About reverting vandalism"]].'''
Uncle fucker!
 
   
Suck my balls!
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== Record of vandals ==
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Vandals should have their user name added to the [[WoWWiki:Known_vandals|known vandals list]] with a some note on the type or level of vandalism and optionally any cleaning information.
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== Blocking vandals ==
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[[Special:Blockip|Blocking]] by an [[Special:Listusers/sysop|admin]] will occur after a certain number of acts of vandalism, the length of time will depend on the number of acts, and a note to that effect will be added to [[WoWWiki:Known_vandals|known vandals list]]:
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* If the user is seen to be posting with non-malicious intent, they should get a warning from the [[admin]] before a block occurs.
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* If the vandalizing user is obviously controlled by a [[bot (user)]], the block will be indefinite.
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{| class="darktable" style="text-align:center"
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|-
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! # of Acts Vandalism
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! Block Time
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|-
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|1 act
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|7 days (168 hours)
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|-
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|5 acts
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|1 - 3 months
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|-
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|10 acts
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|1 year
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|-
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|20+ acts
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|∞ (permanent)
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|}
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Note that the above list is a guide and the length will also depend on the style of the vandalism.
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For reference you can look at the [[Special:Ipblocklist|list of currently blocked users]] or the [[WoWWiki:Block log|log of users who have been blocked]].
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== Appealing a block ==
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You can do this a couple of ways, but we recommend either on the [[WoWWiki:IRC|IRC channel]], or on your talk page. {{User:Kirkburn/Sig4}} 12:48, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
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:Leaving a message on your talk page assumes you can make another account. --[[Image:gengar orange 22x22.png]]&nbsp;[[User:Fandyllic|<span style="border-bottom:1px dotted; cursor:help;" title="Admin">Fandyllic</span>]] <small>([[User talk:Fandyllic|talk]] &middot; [[Special:Contributions/Fandyllic|contr]])</small> 3:17 PM PST 10 Jan 2008
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== See also ==
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* [[WoWWiki:Vandalism]]
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* [[WoWWiki:Known vandals]]
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* [[WoWWiki:Policy/DNP]]
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[[Category:Policies|Vandalism]]

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This page is an official policy on WoWWiki.

This policy has wide acceptance among editors and is considered a standard that all users should follow.

  • Feel free to propose any changes to this policy, but please make sure that changes you make follow the official process and reflect consensus on the discussion page before you put them into practice. Any big changes need to be Adopted or Decreed to be enforced as policy.
  • See WoWWiki:Policies for an overview of WoWWiki policies.
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  • Shortcut: WW:VANDAL

WoWWiki definition of vandalism

This is the definition of vandalism for the purposes of this policy:

  1. Removing valid content without explanation or an explanation that makes no sense.
  2. Adding content to this wiki not about or related to WoWWiki, Warcraft or World of Warcraft.
  3. Pretending to remove other vandalism content in order to prevent cleaning. This includes minor edits or minor removals while leaving a bulk of unwanted content ("spam"), but making a comment as if you removed the unwanted content.
  4. Items listed in the Do not post policy.

Cleaning vandalism

An act of vandalism can be removed or reverted with only a comment in the edit summary identifying the type of vandalism (usually spam, unexplained deletes, etc.). Disagreement with the edit should be posted in the related discussion page. Cleaners will be added to the honorary Cleaners category, unless they request to be removed.

Icon-warning-22x22BEFORE YOU START REVERTING VANDALISM: Please read "About reverting vandalism".

Record of vandals

Vandals should have their user name added to the known vandals list with a some note on the type or level of vandalism and optionally any cleaning information.

Blocking vandals

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Blocking by an admin will occur after a certain number of acts of vandalism, the length of time will depend on the number of acts, and a note to that effect will be added to known vandals list:

  • If the user is seen to be posting with non-malicious intent, they should get a warning from the admin before a block occurs.
  • If the vandalizing user is obviously controlled by a bot (user), the block will be indefinite.
# of Acts Vandalism Block Time
1 act 7 days (168 hours)
5 acts 1 - 3 months
10 acts 1 year
20+ acts ∞ (permanent)

Note that the above list is a guide and the length will also depend on the style of the vandalism.

For reference you can look at the list of currently blocked users or the log of users who have been blocked.

Appealing a block

You can do this a couple of ways, but we recommend either on the IRC channel, or on your talk page. Kirkburn  talk  contr 12:48, 24 December 2007 (UTC)

Leaving a message on your talk page assumes you can make another account. --Gengar orange 22x22 Fandyllic (talk · contr) 3:17 PM PST 10 Jan 2008

See also

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