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I removed your recent addition to this article. This text:
Wikipedia Review is unusual among web forums in that member signatures are invisible to unregistered users. The moderators claim that this is an anti-spam measure.
was added to the article by you very recently. This is not true as I have no problem seeing signatures after posts. As of late, I am unable to see user profiles, but that is typical of many online fora. Did you mean signatures when they are appended to the bottom of user profiles? I can see what you meant, but this message did not appear to have that meaning, in which case you should have said "user profiles", and removed the "unusual".
I also know that you have a very negative personal opinion about the Board's moderators, which may reflect your intent in adding that sentence to make the Board moderators look like fascist censors who have strict control over what one can say and can't say. Please don't edit with this attitude if that is what you were doing. You have your own Board to talk about that.
Jonas Rand 17:27, 29 September 2009 (PDT)