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Hi Hindustanilanguage 
I've long considered editor-requested blocks to be an essential part of a safe working environment for some volunteers. I've never asked for one, but consider them a logical outcome of certain circumstances. I think I might have seen someone report themselves on an AN recently, I know I have before, long ago on en.wiki. It's a simple matter of logic and integrity combining, the rules are, at least in the minds of a tiny few people, meant to be the same for everyone without exception. So some circumstances would potentially present themselves in which that person knows that they would ask for someone else to be blocked, and so they should ask for them-self to be blocked because they shouldn't be any different to anyone else. I think the idea is viewed as insanity by people who are unable to entertain the idea that they could possibly be wrong under any circumstance, and there are quite a few people like that around.
I understand his thinking there, it does have a logic to it. I think it should be discussed in commons space, for example on commons talk:blocking or whatever passes for that, or possibly the village swamp ...eek :) Penyulap ☏ 19:37, 20 April 2013 (UTC)
If you read the section "Two diverse issues", you'll see that I've assured him NOT TO RAISE THE ISSUE ON ANY OF OUR FORUMS in line with his words "Before doing that you can of course ask me (here or by email) any questions that might help clarify the issue." I therefore cannot proceed much at this point as I would not like to break my promise. Hindustanilanguage (talk) 19:50, 20 April 2013 (UTC).