Communication is required[edit source]
While, on the one hand, is good that you have come to TestWiki to create test pages instead of on Miraheze Commons, repeatedly recreating unexplained test pages like Search, anonymously and without creating an account and logging in whilst failing to communicate is not acceptable. A dialogue is not only desirable; it is both imperative and essential. While you might argue creating an account is not required, and while yes that is true, the harsh reality is that editing anonymously is often a tactic used by blocked or banned users. Thus, to ensure the integrity of the Miraheze community and our community adopted global policies, I have soft blocked your IP address for three (3) calendar days, allowing you to create an account and login, taking care to read and understand user accounts policy of course, and engage in that dialogue with what you aim to get out of TestWiki. We very much look for forward to seeing you at TestWiki:Request permissions, and to helping you on your MediaWiki learning journey as a newly minted logged in user and administrator here on TestWiki.
Dmehus (talk) 04:59, 27 November 2020 (UTC)
Creating out of scope content pages on TestWiki[edit source]
Please note that TestWiki is not for creating content pages. As such, I have deleted your good-faith content page creation(s), and instead invite you to create an account, login, and request a wiki, taking care to define a clear purpose, scope, and topic(s) of and for your wiki.
Dmehus (talk) 19:05, 30 November 2020 (UTC)
Vandalism at User:Void and Nuke[edit source]
Please note your vandalism at the above pages will not be tolerated. You are again encouraged to create an account and login, mindful, of course, as to user accounts policy, and contribute constructively. Further unexplained anonymous tests or vandalism will result in a longer local soft IP block (probably at least three months), as you don't seem to be hearing the message.
This is the discussion page for an anonymous user who has not created an account yet, or who does not use it. We therefore have to use the numerical IP address to identify them. Such an IP address can be shared by several users. If you are an anonymous user and feel that irrelevant comments have been directed at you, please create an account or log in to avoid future confusion with other anonymous users.