Correspondence with elected bodies

See also the Timeline and escalation of events

  • 4 July, 2019 - Reporting evidence of CheckUser tool abuse to Ombudsman Commission

    • “You know what, I don’t even care any more. It’s no longer a CU block, and I don’t want to have anything to do with you any more. Please, no one contact me about this editor; I’ve washed my hands of it. NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 16:21, 29 June 2019 (UTC)”
  • 2 July, 2019 - Open letter to the enwiki ArbCom and Functionaries regarding the recent abuse of CheckUser tool and harassment

    • 13 hours later - Response failing to address the inquiry, and admin accountability question: “If you believe the CheckUser tool has been abused, you should contact the Arbitration Committee” - TonyBallioni
    • 2 July, 2019 - Repeated inquiry for justification of previous block. “Administrators are expected to respond promptly and civilly to queries about their Wikipedia-related conduct and administrative actions and to justify them when needed.” (WP:ADMINACCT).
    • Not answered
    • 4 July, 2019 - “Please acknowledge receiving this and the previous email 2 days ago, inquiring the reason for the block”
    • 5 July, 2019 - Second response failing to address the inquiry, and admin accountability question
    • 6 July, 2019 - “In lack of evidence, the DE block remains unjustified. I assume it is understood, this is a breach of WP:ADMINACCT
    • “I hoped the established community processes can handle and stop this harassment, instead of escalating.”
  • 28 June, 2019 - Alternative account declaration (according to policy)

    • 37 minutes later - “acknowledge receipt of your message” … “I have made a note of these accounts on our internal list.” - Mkdw
    • 30 June, 2019 - report of harassment (to ArbCom): “Since you’re so enamored of Arbcom, you can appeal to them. This is now a CU block. NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 15:32, 29 June 2019 (UTC)”
    • 30 June, 2019 - request to remove private information (to WMF TrustAndSafety): “A CU admin NinjaRobotPirate recently disclosed my alt account that I intended to keep private to avoid any association with off-wiki presence (outing).”
    • 2 July, 2019 - repeated request to revert the ‘mistaken’ CU actions done, as per NinjaRobotPirate’s decision.
    • 4 July, 2019 - request to respond to previous emails.
  • 20 June, 2019 - Conflict with an admin and indef block: “I don’t see you lasting very long.” … “I’m monitoring your edits and intend to do so at least for a while.” - Bbb23

    • 22 June, 2019 - email sent again
    • 23 June, 2019 - declined by Opabinia regalis: “It looks like you have an open unblock request on-wiki right now, which is where appeals not based on private information would typically be handled, so on first look I’d encourage you to continue with that process.”
    • 25 June, 2019 - “I’d like to proceed with the admin accountability aspect of this block with ArbCom.”
    • I don’t expect the hostilities to end, even if i’m unblocked, and the issue I raised is more than just one user blocked with involvement: quite a few cases at Administrator’s Noticeboard shows Bbb’s conduct and civility as admin raises questions.”
    • “Such conduct adds to the public’s impression of hostilities towards new WP editors, undermining WP’s image, therefore I wish to proceed with this report as an ArbCom case.”
    • 25 June, 2019 - email sent again
    • 4.5 hours later - declined by Anthony (AGK): “For the time being, I do not think we are prepared to consider your complaint.”
    • 26 June, 2019 - repeated inquiry: “It’s still unclear to me exactly which edits I made are disruptive in the blocking admin’s view.”
    • Never answered