Wikisource:User warning templates

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User Warning Templates

This page gathers common templates used to warn users about vandalism, disruptive editing and blocks.

See also: Category:User warning templates


Please do not add nonsense to Wikisource; it is considered vandalism. If you would like to experiment, use the sandbox. Thank you.


A contribution from this account or IP address, which appeared to be a test edit, was removed or reverted, or caught by an edit filter.

Please use the sandbox for this purpose. The Community portal has information on contributing to this library.

{{test2a}} Please stop removing content from Wikisource. It is considered vandalism. If you want to experiment, please use the sandbox.

When people are not interested in contributing responsibly to the development of the project, incidents of their deliberate vandalism can result in IP addresses or usernames being blocked from editing.

Thank you.
{{nothanks-drm}} Hello, and welcome to Wikisource. We appreciate your contribution of the text [[{{{1}}}]], but in general we cannot accept copyrighted material. Please see Wikisource:Copyright for more information on this topic, or generally, Wikisource:Policies and guidelines. Please do not remove the copyright violation notice placed in the text or repost the suspected infringing material. Prior to removal, suspected copyright infringing texts will be discussed on Wikisource:Possible copyright violations. You are invited and encouraged to participate in the discussion. Thank you.
{{nothanks-inapt}} Hello, and welcome to Wikisource. We appreciate your contribution, but it unfortunately does not seem to be appropriate for Wikisource. Wikisource is a collection of previously published texts. If the page you contributed does not meet these requirements, it will be deleted shortly. Thank you.

Please do not add advertising or inappropriate external links to Wikisource. Wikisource should not be used for advertising or promotion. Inappropriate links include (but are not limited to) links to personal web sites, links to web sites with which you are affiliated, and links that exist to attract visitors to a web site or promote a product. Read what Wikisource includes for further explanations of what is considered appropriate. If you feel the link should be added to the text, then please discuss it on the text's talk page rather than re-adding it, as doing so may result in yourself being blocked. See the community portal to learn more about Wikisource. Thank you.

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This IP address has been blocked because it is believed to be an open proxy or zombie computer.

To prevent abuse, editing from these proxies is currently prohibited. For more information about open proxies and what you can do, please see the WikiProject on open proxies.