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Since the Aslan bit was added and removed, I went to #ozfurs and asked: <EarthFur> wondering if #ozfurs refer to trolls as "Aslans" (it was added to article)
<Ngarewyrd> never heard of it being said before.
<AngelKitty> Neither have I..
<Ngarewyrd> I know it was jokingly mentioned in the mailing list, but that wasn't worth the effort of changing the wikifur page...
<EarthFur> thank you
<Tur|Estimating> If anyone refers to "narnians" or "aslans", I'm going to drag them into a corner, and force them to listen to a TTS version of the mailing list on endless repeat.
{AussieHusky logs into WikiFur}
AussieHusky cuts out the aslan thing
<AussieHusky> Im in here heaps and Ive never heard anyone make that reference
--EarthFurst 07:57, 30 March 2007 (UTC)
Changed my name to my login as there seems to be another Rally on wikifur who has their own page. Also updated the admin and ops list a little. Added the perthfurs link. We need more city website links.

Naming and shaming is NOT acceptable.[edit]

Do not add banned users to this wiki entry. Further attempts to use a name-and-shame system will be reported to the administration of WikiFur and may warrant a lawsuit under the defimination act of Australia. You have been warned.

Oh, teh dramaz! It's spelt "defamation" - and truth is generally an overwhelming defense. Not that I care particularly about having that information, I'm just sayin'; you wouldn't get very far. --GreenReaper(talk) 05:54, 13 August 2009 (UTC)
Now, besides what I said above, there is a point here. To those who have added this information: Why is there a list of banned users here - what is the encyclopedic intent? Are you trying to name and shame" people, or do you have another motive? Articles are not just lists of facts, and it would be better to explain the history of the channel through prose rather than provide a bare list of users - be they voiced, banned or otherwise. --GreenReaper(talk) 03:33, 15 August 2009 (UTC)