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Oct 15, 2011, 1:00 PM
Post #126 of 126
2011/10/13 Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemowiki [at] gmail>:
> Nickanc Wikipedia, 12/10/2011 14:21:
>> Yes, there are these groups, but in most wikipedias they have few
>> persons inside it and they have almost no policy;
> That's because few people need it.
> In it wiki basta una riga in [[WP:RA]], secondo me.
>> moreover if you look
>> for global ipblock exempt you may found that they are still vulnerable
>> to IP and IP range blocks made locally on individual wikis
>> ). so, for example, how could a chinese write on it.wiki? or, if
>> Berlusconi's law will get approved, how could italians write freely on
>> all wikis, if in fact there is no global ipblock exempt?
> Only very few users seriously edit on multiple wikis and for interwikis
> or such very minor edits they could use a sockpuppet, in your
> hypothetical example. The global-ipblock-exempt includes global
> torunblocked permission, anyway.
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