Archive for the ‘yellowfrogs’ Category

Wikipedia: Yellowfrogs User talk page #5

October 3, 2007

Sean returns for the last time to clear his User Talk page.

This is the last time he will use the identity ‘Yellowfrogs’.

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Wikipedia: Yellowfrogs User talk page #4

July 27, 2007

Sean returns to his own User Talk page for the fourth time to clear it of content.

Wikipedia: James Purnell #7

July 24, 2007

Turning to his employer’s Talk page, Sean removes comments about him posted by someone else.

Wikipedia: Doc Glasgow #9

July 24, 2007

Sean again visits a page to remove a link to a weblog which talks about his editing and internet adventures.

Wikipedia: Yellowfrogs User talk page #3

July 24, 2007

Sean returns yet again to blank his User Talk page.

Wikipedia: Doc Glasgow #8

July 14, 2007

Sean now returns to his favourite editor, Doc Glasgow, to ask him to remove the link inserted into Roy Oldham’s profile page – the link being to his own weblog:

Doc – the link posted by Liam Billington (above) is slanderous and now the subject of legal action. please remove all activity by ‘gayboy-ds’ including the HISTORY link to this page.

He should know that it’s not possible to remove the page history. His threats of legal action prove to be false.

Wikipedia: Yellowfrogs User talk page #2

July 14, 2007

Sean returns to blank the user talk page for his identity for the second time in recent weeks.

Wikipedia: Yellowfrogs User talk page #1

June 18, 2007

Sean turns to the User Talk page of his identity Yellowfrogs to blank the page (he calls it ‘archiving’).

Wikipedia: Tameside #1

June 7, 2007

Today, Sean returns to his other identity on wikipedia, Yellowfrogs, to start editing the page for Tameside. His edits lionise his fellow Longdendale Councillor, Roy Oldham, someone whose own page on wikipedia he has himself edited many times.

Wikipedia: Swallows Wood #1

January 12, 2007

Sean now turns his attention to the wikipedia page for Swallow’s Wood. Although he has tried to portray himself as concerned with Green matters elsewhere (his own wikipedia page, since removed), his edits on this page demonstrate his obsession with downplaying the environmental credibility of one of the largest nature reserves in his own constituency. His additions to the article are reproduced below:

The site consists of a small copse of unmanaged trees and Tameside Council has committed to plant 10,000 managed trees slowly moving the woodland away from the bypass route.

Anti-road campaigners ‘Save Swallows Wood’ incorrectly believe the copse was named after nesting swallows in the area, as seen on their group emblem, although the area is named after land owner John Swallow.

Pro-bypass campaigners Longdendale Seige Committee have lobbied Tameside council to improve the naturte reserve with a planting and management schedule

(The credibility of the ‘carbon offsets’ intended by TMBC’s proposed tree-planting are rebutted in subsequent edits to this page, which will feature here)