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In contrast got their glowing nomination, which of course speaks of oodles of clue and good character, it didn't take me more than five minutes to find this......
It should be immediately obvious to anyone that Wikipedia really doesn't need any more administrators whose first thought is to respond to a complaint in this fashion.User Jytdog Misconduct.
I wish to report misconduct by user Jytdog in the Articles for deletion:Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine ().
Jytdog nominated this page for deletion upon his request for speedy deletion being removed by another editor who disagreed with this action (expressed on user's Talk Page). The ensuing deletion discussion page generated counter-arguments and a lengthy back-and-forth. Jytdog subsequently hid all counter-arguments using the allegation of WP:OFFTOPIC. This change results in only pro-deletion arguments being visible. Attempts to revert these edits resulted in allegations of edit warring (). Jytdog has not shown intention to compromise on this matter on his Talk Page after I reached out directly.
I am requesting administrator intervention to address this misconduct to ensure the community can see all arguments related to this case.
Thank you for your time and consideration. Wikiuser5991 (talk) 21:27, 21 August 2018 (UTC)
Wikiuser5991, could you outline for us your reason(s) for becoming a Wikipedia editor? You've been here all of two days, and have – as far as I can see – made no edit that does not relate to the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. Are you here to build an encyclopaedia, or just to promote that institution? If the former, why not visit the Teahouse and ask for suggestions as to what you might do to start being useful? Justlettersandnumbers (talk) 21:50, 21 August 2018 (UTC)
He is superficially polite, sure, but there is nothing actually respectful about his comment at all. The Wikipedians long ago forgot this is the case, but there is actually nothing in policy that says turning up to only edit one article is a problem, you do actually have to go the next step and prove it is a problem. Even then, it isn't ever helpful to focus on their singularity of focus, rather than the evidence of however this is manifesting as bad edits or behaviour.
Even though it is sadly common cultural practice, demonstrating your loyalty to the cult by editing a wide range of topics before you can even be given the basic respect that is theoretically due to all editors, is a sick, toxic, mindset, totally counter to the actual stated policies and the aimed for culture. All it serves to do is actually reinforce the idea Wikipedia is a cult, that the actual rules don't matter one bit.
What's more significant for the specific matter of assessing fitness to be an Administrator, is that he makes absolutely no effort to address the user's complaint. It could be complete garbage, although we know from Jytdog's history of pushing boundaries, there also could be something to it. And yet he ignored it completely.
On this one example alone, this is not someone whose suitability for Adminship is as evident as the voters in his RfA are making out. But they are desperate for warm bodies, and their ideas of good practice long ago diverted from actual policy, so he's going to breeze in. A true HTD candidate. Another cancerous cell, and a white blood cell at that.