User talk:Maximustheconfessor

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First official warning

You are being issued an official warning for uncivil behavior by a sysop, as set forth in OrthodoxWiki's official disciplinary policy. This is your first warning.

If you wish to appeal this warning, you may do so by posting on OrthodoxWiki Talk:Administrators and stating the reason why you believe this warning was issued in error. Do not remove this warning yourself. Doing so will be considered uncivil behavior.

The behavior for which you are being warned is:

Dear friend,

Christ is risen!

In examining the totality of your contributions to OrthodoxWiki since you joined in January, the constant theme seems to be an attempt to tilt various articles toward a Roman Catholic point of view. This is inappropriate for this site, since we are explicitly an Orthodox Christian site, which includes, among other things, a certain view of history, doctrine, etc.

If you are not willing to accept this normative standard for the wiki, I strongly suggest that you withdraw from editing here. If you continue to exhibit the aforementioned approach, then your editing access will be removed.

Thank you for your time.

Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) 12:00, April 22, 2010 (UTC)


I'm sorry you've chosen not to heed the warning given above and instead began vandalizing pages. For this, your account has been permanently banned, as per OrthodoxWiki:Disciplinary_policy#Vandalism. —Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) 18:46, April 23, 2010 (UTC)