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Hi Artix hereEdit
If you have noticed, I've been globally locked. It was a good run though. I was falsely accused of sockpuppetry that is being unblocked. An appeal is in t he works for an unblock. Unfortunately, the sock block quickly spiralled out of control as other users decided to hunt across wiki and block me on several other wikis. Thus it was proper for a lock by a steward, as it was not worth continuing as a user with this username.
Much thanks to several users who made my time on wikibooks awesome. Shoutout to Atcovi, Pi zero, and QuiteUnusual for being friendly people and helpful to my enrichment. It was awesome editing the articles for the Guide to the Lord of the Rings and the Inheritance Cycle. Some day perhaps, I will come back and finish those books. Cheers. It was a pleasure.
Hello, @AnonymousJustice22: has been playing around with me for some time. He has continuously made the same edit on Professionalism/Corporate Psychopaths, and when I contacted him requesting clarification on the same, he did not respond. He apparently reverted his own edit later (sneaky?), waited a few days and then repeated the same edit (again without reasoning).
When I reverted his edit again, he decided to create a username (@LeaderboardReverter:) which clearly indicates that he has no regard to what I say.
- I totally approve the blocking of this new account by QuiteUnusual, and it has reminded me a recent similar practice with JackPottte, but this account had only thanked me once for one edition. JackPotte (discuss • contribs) 11:43, 6 August 2018 (UTC)
I just corrected the featured book on Haskell. Someone inserted the word "lazy" to make the sentence read " Haskell is a lazy functional programming language....". This didn't appear in the actual book, the sentence read "Haskell is a functional programming language". If I'm wrong, please feel free to revert the change. Necromonger Wekeepwhatwekill 13:52, 10 September 2018 (UTC)
- @Wekeepwhatwekill: It's good to see, actually, folks questioning these things rather than just tuning them out as white noise. As happens, Haskell is a lazy, rather than eager, functional language, something that Haskell fans and Haskell critics both tend to make a big deal of. There's a classic xkcd that mentions it, xkcd 1312; the mention is in the mouse-over text. --Pi zero (discuss • contribs) 16:10, 10 September 2018 (UTC)