The following has been taken from NSwiki:Why we blocked.
Block of 188.8.131.52
Date and time of blocking: 20:48, 30 Nov 2004
Time: 24 hours
Report: User edited Christianity repeatedly, including reference to RL Roman Catholic doctrine despite repeated warnings that this was in violation of the Arbitration agreement. After a long editing session on #nswiki, Knootoss, Syskeyia and Frisbeeteria ironed out appropriate NPOV language. Despite the agreed-upon language, user then went back and re-edited to his original language. Changes were reverted, user was banned, as per Arbitration Order.
Block of Syskeyia (15 December 2004)
Reason: violation of arbitration banning RL references
Date and time of blocking:
Time: 24 hours
Report: Edits were reverted and the automatic 24 hour block was applied per NSwiki:Arbitration/Syskeyia. This was his second edit / reversion on this page in 24 hours.
Follow up: The Block User function does not appear to work. Both Knoot and I tried it. I have blocked Syskeyia's previous static IP address of 184.108.40.206 in hopes that it will do the trick.
- Since Syskeyia is either unwilling or unable to comply with the agreed-upon restrictions of NSwiki:Arbitration/Syskeyia, I intend to convene
permanent ban discussions at User talk:Syskeyia/ban sometime later today.an escalated scale of progessively longer blocks at NSwiki:Arbitration/Syskeyia#Motion_to_reopen.
Once again, I have blocked Syskeyia's static IP address of 220.127.116.11, this time for a period of three months. He apparently thought that by waiting a couple of months, no one would remember his POV edits relating to Dignitatis Humanae. Given that he seems entirely unwilling to let this edit war go, I see no choice but to make a statement by banning for this extended period. → Fris Θtalk 23:32, 28 Feb 2005 (GMT)