Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/User talk:Yaorao

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  • I know that in general the deletion of users' talk pages is something to be left to the User, but this user curretnly has a 320 kilobyte translation of a BOOK on their user page. I don't know the copyright status of this translation, but just having something that large makes it impossible for anybody to talk to them. RickK 02:35, Jun 13, 2004 (UTC)
  • Checking his contributions, there's a small pile of alternate script test pages with large volumes of non-english material. What's really funny is it was all put in the better part of a year ago. Either move it to some user subpage, or delete. A talk page should be kept reasonably clear of things that aren't talk. -- Cyrius| 03:10, 13 Jun 2004 (UTC)
    • Agree. While user pages should generally not be modified by anyone except for the user, in this case the page is excessive and unnecessary. blankfaze | • • 03:40, 13 Jun 2004 (UTC)
  • Move to a user subpage to allow creation of a proper user talk page. Then we'll see whether this user, who is again active after an absence, can explain what they are doing and perhaps take advice as to better ways. Possibly a copyvio; This link is provided on the user page in question too. Likely to be a delete but let's talk about it first. Andrewa 05:53, 13 Jun 2004 (UTC)
  • See also User:Yaorao/Twentythree, User:Yaorao/Twentytwo, User:Yaorao/Twentyone, User:Yaorao/Twenty, and User:Yaorao/One. This is almost certainly an account of User:Wanli, who has been banned for this sort of thing (using wikipedia for storage), and used an identical naming scheme. Maximus Rex 06:04, 13 Jun 2004 (UTC)