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Personal exclusion (May 2011)[edit]

I would like my article deleted off of Wikifur. Please exclude me from this site. With nothing going to be added by me, I see no reason why this should remain. No one has done anything with it for nearly a year and this isn't the first time that I've asked for exclusion. Please do not ignore this request and remove this article about me. I have no further wish to remain a part of this community.

--—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mozdoc (talkcontribs) .

i hold my opinion at this time. i would be intrest in other opinions. i still do not believe in cover up history, but i also do not believe we should be un-fair to him if he truly has changed.
i have noticed better behavior from him recent.
but i have not seen his behavior under stress again.
i have consider re-write section of his harassment to kacey to be more small.
--鮎川タウル 「宮雅味・記子」 14:01, 23 May 2011 (EDT)
My sentiments are with Ayukawataur up there. While I've never met this person or ever had any contact with them whatsoever, I believe that furries with legal histories should be listed on this wiki, no exceptions. Equivamp 15:55, 23 May 2011 (EDT)
I've condensed this section and others slightly, and added a header to the controversy section pointing out that the matters occurred in 2000-9. I hope this is a reasonable way to start to tie a knot over the past decade. --GreenReaper(talk) 00:48, 19 January 2012 (EST)
The subject has reiterated his request for exclusion, on the grounds that there has been no further derogatory activity worthy of mention in over two years. --GreenReaper(talk) 20:24, 3 April 2014 (EDT)
Good for him for two years of good behavior; it's that somehow a guarantee of continuous good behavior regarding people and sites in the fandom in the furure?. - Spirou 21:31, 3 April 2014 (EDT)

Criteria for removal[edit]

I think one thing that might help this issue along would be if there was some explanation for just what someone has to do (or not do) to get their information removed off of Wikifur. Is there some sort of statute of limitations, like if you haven't heard anything crazy about them for a while, or if the person does something to show remorse or reparations for their actions?

I'm not advocating for the removal of this article, I'm just wondering if there is any protocol in place for this type of thing. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Equestrian (talkcontribs) .

See WikiFur:Personal exclusion. Scalesona.jpgEquivamp 13:56, 2 July 2011 (EDT)
There are no real protocols in place for articles for which exclusion was initially refused; each is treated as a separate case. Few have been fully excluded at a later date.
Statues of limitations apply to initial actions. In this cases the actions have already happened. What Mozodc wants is expungement - removal of the record of other people's actions.
As far as I can see, Mozdoc is not asking for a pardon (which we couldn't give anyway, since his actions mostly related to others); he simply considers his activities not to be anyone else's business, and wants to erase our record of the past so that it won't affect his future. --GreenReaper(talk) 15:00, 2 July 2011 (EDT)

Personal exclusion (April 2014)[edit]

Mozdoc requested 'personal exclusion' via FurryMUCK. I assume I cannot do this as I am not a 'curator' - right? How is this handled? --Unci 03:44, 4 April 2014 (EDT)

The normal procedure is to notify editors of the request on the attached talk page, and proceed to apply the appropriate template and protect the article if there is no objection. In this particular case there have been several such discussions over the years (see the archives), and in each case editors have indicated their reluctance grant exclusion, presumably because they believe it is still in the public interest to retain a record. Mozdoc does not like this, which is why I presume he contacted you, in the hope that you would just do it. --GreenReaper(talk) 03:55, 4 April 2014 (EDT)