Sagecandor is now officially banned as a sock of Cirt. However, I don't see this as a ringing endorsement of Wikipedia's processes. Given that much, if not all, of this evidence was compiled by banned editors off-site, including Sashi who was banned specifically for calling out Sagecandor's agenda-driven editing, it only proves that Wikipedia's processes can eventually be made to work properly under pressure from outside forces after considerable collateral damage has already been inflicted. None of his articles are going to be deleted and there have already been abortive attempts at doing so to no avail. Even so, it is good to get a little validation after all the effort put into the matter. The fact Sagecandor apparently doesn't even deny being Cirt makes one wonder how that ArbCom investigation didn't end differently. Had he made a more emphatic case? Did he play the "health" card? ArbCom obviously had this matter before them last year and did nothing of substance. More importantly, there is nothing to stop Sagecandor/Cirt from just starting up a new account and beginning this whole charade over again.Pudeo wrote: ↑Mon Oct 01, 2018 12:14 pmI don't have a WO account.
Having gone through all of that more closely to file the SPI, the behavioral evidence is pretty damn convincing. I also noticed that the IP did the one sentence for paragraphs thing on talk pages and listed that one too.
Now let's see. I'm proving you critics that Wikipedia processes work!
On a side note, apparently Wiki Review is officially an "offsite attack website" per Sagecandor's e-mail to Bbb23. Couldn't be more flattered.