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Due to a change in company internet usage policy, people using this IP address can no longer be involved with any change on any Wikimedia project which might in any way be considered an expression of "personal opinions on political, social, inflammatory or volatile subjects". This is being interpreted very broadly, and as such, this essentially precludes editors from this IP from participating above the most basic WikiGnome level (e.g. typos, misspellings, minor formatting fixes). Sorry for this unexpected change, and thanks to everyone with whom editor(s) from this IP have worked with in the past. -- 184.108.40.206 22:39, 9 May 2012 (UTC)
- We have to thank you all for your valuable contributions. I guess this change is related to the fact that Vangent now belongs to General Dynamics. Of course we regret to loose active contributors but we also appreciate WikiGnoming. If there is something we or I could do, don't hesitate to contact us/me. -- Rillke 11:09, 5 July 2012 (UTC)
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