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Wikipedia:Administrator intervention against vandalism

 Administrator intervention against vandalism
This page is only intended for reports about active, obvious, and persistent vandals and spammers. Before posting here, please read the spam and vandalism pages, as well as the AIV guide. Don't forget that blocking is a last resort; if there is a less restrictive way to solve the problem, please pursue it. To submit a report, edit this page and follow the instructions at the top of the "User-reported" section. For other issues that require administrators, file an external request for administrator attention.

Important! Please remember the following:
  1. The edits of the reported user must be obvious vandalism or obvious spam.
  2. The user must have been given enough warning(s) to stop their disruptive behavior.
  3. The warning(s) must have been given recently and there must be reasonable grounds to believe the user(s) will further disrupt the site in the immediate future.
  4. The appropriate vandal template should be used if you decide that a report should be filed.
    • For logged-in users only: It should look like: *{{vandal|Example user}} concise reason e.g. vandalised past 4th warning. ~~~~
    • For IP users only: it should look like: *{{IPvandal|127.0.0.1}} concise reason e.g. vandalised past 4th warning. ~~~~
  5. Requests for further sanctions against a blocked user (e.g., talk page, e-mail blocks) should go to Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents, as a bot automatically removes accounts here that are blocked.
  6. Reports of sockpuppetry should be made at Wikipedia:Sockpuppet investigations unless the connection between the accounts is obvious and disruption is recent and ongoing.
This noticeboard can quickly grow backlogged. The guidelines above are in place to help administrators focus on the most urgent issues. Administrators typically action clear vandalism and disruption quickly. Before notifying administrators of a backlog here on another forum, consider if the remaining reports are actionable. Stale reports are automatically cleared by SQLBot after 6 hours with no action.


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Pictogram voting wait.svg Warned user. Alexf(talk) 15:06, 27 May 2018 (UTC)
Pictogram voting oppose.svg Edits are not vandalism. Please ensure recent edits constitute vandalism before re-reporting. Ronhjones  (Talk) 14:16, 27 May 2018 (UTC)
please check once more he is blp tagging on most of the articles like [1], [2], [3] [4], [5] [6], [7], [8] and he removes all Filmography section of artists claiming unsourced, check here, [9], [10], [11], [12], [13], [14], [15], [16] in short purpose of account is only blankings and false tagging and several edits on Articles for deletion which are helpful though.
Pictogram voting oppose.svg Edits are not vandalism. Please ensure recent edits constitute vandalism before re-reporting. I agree with Ronhjones on this one. He is removing sections because they are unreferenced and he is explaining this in the edit summary. 5 albert square (talk) 15:06, 27 May 2018 (UTC)
I agree that he is explaining his edits, but it looks like he is in some hissy-fit because every vandalism is concerned with articles related to Pakistan. Please do some more investigation or just told him on his talkpage. May be he is harassed with someone in past and thats why he is avenging. Thank you. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 122.8.235.179 (talk) 15:18, 27 May 2018 (UTC)