Wikipediocracy is now Bishonen approved

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Wikipediocracy is now Bishonen approved

Post by ChaosMeRee » Tue Jan 09, 2024 8:27 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?ti ... 'm_a_c**t?

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?ti ... 1194310647

Clearly we are the BADSITE now.

Even Bishonen is now happy for there to be cordial relations between Wikipediocracy and Wikipedia.

Their members get to post as obvious socks, exempted from the PROJSOCK policy she authored precisely to keep outsiders out. Hilarious that she feels so comfortable in their presence, she apparently didn't even think to ask for ID. And as we know, Jake is happy to provide it.

Little Boing! is directed there, rather than post on here in a thread that exposes Bishonen's warped morals. He obeys, because it doesn't pay to disobey the Queen.

And so off he popped. Don't forget your mittens, Boing!

Yes indeed. She is now totally confident that even if they knew how, Wikipediocracy are never going to produce criticism this good....

https://wikipediasucks.co/forum/viewtop ... 165#p28309

.....that strikes at the heart of the problem.

Bishonen is so powerful, the one true Unblockable, everyone on Wikipedia is too afraid of her to expose the glaring problems with letting her comment as if there was even a molecule of her that puts Wikipedia above herself, her friendships and alliances.

And outsiders can do nothing, because part of her power is being allowed to ask "whose sock are you?" to any new user that displeases her.

She displays total ABF, accepting no possibility a genuinely new user could ever find project space and want to contribute there with their first edits. Even though the testimony of her own Wikipedia colleagues and basic observation proves this does happen.

Also inherent in that question is this idea there is no possible legitimate way a sock is allowed to post on AN as their first edit. There is. Check the policy. Privacy is one obvious exemption. Protecting one's own security while commenting on a matter directly pertinent to your Wikipedia editing is another.

Neither scenario obliges the "sock" to tell that cunt who they are (I.e. what their main account is). The bitch demands it anyway. Like she really does have supreme power.

A disgusting state of affairs. Disgraceful behavior, sheer intimidation and rank disrepect for policy, from someone who is obliged by the Code of Conduct to be mindful of the power imbalance inherent in being a Wikipedia Administrator. A Code that allegedly already exists in Wikipedia policy so already can be used by ArbCom to correct the behavior of this rogue Admin. And pigs might fly.

It doesn't matter. Who is even going to dare remind her of policy? The Code? Or even just common fucking decency? Let alone enforce it.

A pussy like Ritchie333? Any one of the complete sycophants that call Wikipediocracy home? Ha.

They are her bitches now just as surely as every other editor on Wikipedia is, if they want to edit in peace, free of intimidation.

https://wikipediocracy.com/forum/viewto ... f3#p341503
Zoloft wrote:I'd prefer not to give [Sucks] the Google juice or the clicks.
No doubt.

Save the Hive. Protect the Queen.

Some crimes, you can never atone for.

Some stains never wash off.

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Re: Wikipediocracy is now Bishonen approved

Post by ericbarbour » Tue Jan 09, 2024 8:38 pm

Zoloft wrote:I'd prefer not to give [Sucks] the Google juice or the clicks.
HA HA HA HA, WHAT "JUICE"? I think Wee Billy is losing his marbles. We had that discussion on Wikipediocracy more than TEN YEARS AGO. It appears that major search engines have been (deliberately?) skipping over content on Wikipedia criticism sites, while still giving preference to WMF links instead. In its early days Wikipediocracy was still routinely seen in search results if a major Wiki scandal happened--not anymore. Same goes for this forum and for any blogs that talk about WP. Practically guaranteed that some little faceless shit at Google is putting a thumb on the scale to favor WMF links.
Save the Hive. Protect the Queen.
You do know she's suspected of being transgender, right? This is a part of WP's story going back to the murky beginnings. Trans "activist" types would show up and raise hell for years. Ambi and Jokestress being only the most notorious, there were many others.

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Re: Wikipediocracy is now Bishonen approved

Post by boredbird » Wed Jan 10, 2024 3:17 am

ericbarbour wrote:
Tue Jan 09, 2024 8:38 pm
You do know she's suspected of being transgender, right?
Dunno, ya think?

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Re: Wikipediocracy is now Bishonen approved

Post by ChaosMeRee » Wed Jan 10, 2024 2:50 pm

I mean, what an evil bitch, cock or no cock.....
I support Isabelle Belato's 72-hour block, oppose extension to indef per Johnuniq. Bishonen | tålk 13:58, 10 January 2024 (UTC)
1. Don't even pretend there aren't a MILLION examples of you undoing blocks like that, especially when the blocker made the mistake of leaving doubt about the strength of their convictions. It's genuinely scary to think what the highest number of post block supports might have to be for you to not even think about trying to pull that shit.

2. Your capacity for trolley is legendary. Nobody is unaware that your vote here is essentially immaterial, the indef is dead, the 72 hours certain. But not too many are aware that Johnuniq's support can be quite easily read (because he pretty much said it) EEng should never be indefinitely blocked on grounds of temperament because this would go against Wikipedia's commitment to inclusivity. Like he's some kind of fucking retard.

A view since contradicted by his very lucid and self aware words of reflection (offered only after the prospect of a more serious sanction, a civility parole, emerged as a compromise below indef).

Johnuniq has been asked to clarify his meaning, he has of course declined, and has faced absolutely no consequences for that blatant act of incivility (even though people like Yvanngottir who believe that kind of disrespect is worse than "fucking geniuses" are now out in force to defend EEng).

You Sir (Madam?), are a cunt. To put it in the language of Eric Corbett, your very dear friend and the man whose act EEng is stealing (admittedly with not so much panache, Eric was never cowed into admitting fault by any proposed sanction, least of all the dreaded civility parole).

The fact Wikipediocracy are now apparently too afraid to call a cunt a cunt, and have received your endorsement for that act of loyalty, pretty much does our job for us.

Boing!, you left your mittens in our kitchen. We'll mail them to you.....

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Re: Wikipediocracy is now Bishonen approved

Post by Bbb23sucks » Tue Feb 13, 2024 8:27 pm

ericbarbour wrote:
Tue Jan 09, 2024 8:38 pm
Zoloft wrote:I'd prefer not to give [Sucks] the Google juice or the clicks.
HA HA HA HA, WHAT "JUICE"? I think Wee Billy is losing his marbles. We had that discussion on Wikipediocracy more than TEN YEARS AGO. It appears that major search engines have been (deliberately?) skipping over content on Wikipedia criticism sites, while still giving preference to WMF links instead. In its early days Wikipediocracy was still routinely seen in search results if a major Wiki scandal happened--not anymore. Same goes for this forum and for any blogs that talk about WP. Practically guaranteed that some little faceless shit at Google is putting a thumb on the scale to favor WMF links.
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Re: Wikipediocracy is now Bishonen approved

Post by NadirAli » Wed Mar 27, 2024 9:44 pm

I've seen a good action by Bishonen and some reasonable statements, but regardless allowing a Wikipedia admin to be a bureaucrat on a "Wikipedia Criticism site" is risky regardless of being a good admin or not.

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