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This wiki is becoming more of a joke than anything.

It is filling with half baked assumptions by overly assertive insisting users who have no idea what they are talking about, doing, or without doing research.

Therefore I'm withdrawing any more effort assisting in updating it.

Good luck with people submitting "static" , " Birdies" , and duplicate signals. I have no wish to analyze and listen to printers causing rf radiation and explaining it.

--Mbeam (talk) 09:45, 16 August 2017 (NZST)

Sorry to see you go Mbeam, your contributions were very valuable to the wiki. I unfortunately had not had time to patrol many of the changes for the past couple of months on the site before you left. It's certainly not easy to keep quality up while maintaining community contributions. All the best. --Cartoonman (talk) 01:32, 3 September 2017 (NZST)

Sorry to say too, but I actually agree with MBeam's honest statement. The Discord server is full of degenerative entitled brats who cannot seem to find more time to do other things than make fun of others' lousy setups, posting political shit in their off-topic channel, without even thinking twice about how they act on the internet. Besides, Cartoonman already made it "clear" to me, that I have to find another community. This includes the discord server. Kinda seems stupid enough to say since those people have just enough of an attitude as I do at claiming they know better or something.

And, as ive said plenty of times before, THE INTERNET IS FULL OF COCKROACHES. There is no community that seems to be stable enough for me or probably thousands of other people to "chat". So, Cartoonman, It would be best if you took MBeam's statement with a grain of salt while you can. But again, thats on you to decide.

-->Yalek W (talk)

Yalek, I don't believe the discussion page of a former user is an appropriate place to be airing your grievances. We have already discussed this through direct messages. It is well known that there have been repeated conflicts between you and users on our server, and in the interest of both you and the server members, it was decided to not re-invite you back so that you may redirect your focus on other like-minded radio communities. This should not come as a surprise since there were multiple chances and leniencies given to you over the years. I appreciate the work you've contributed to the community, and wish you all the best in the future. --Cartoonman (talk) 01:55, 28 December 2020 (NZDT)

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