Nutshell.png මෙම ලිපියේ අඩංගු කරුණු සැකෙවින්: වාරණය දඬුවමක් නොවන නමුත් කඩාකප්පල් කිරීම වැළක්වීමේ මාර්ගයකි. වාරණයට ලක් වූ පරිශීලකයන් එසේ වීමට හේතු අවබෝධ කරගත යුතු අතර, තමන්ගේ වාරණය ඉවත් කරනු ලැබුවහොත් තමන් ව්‍යාපෘතිය තුළ කඩාකප්පල්කාරී ක්‍රියා සිදු නොකරන බව පරිපාලකවරුන්ට ඒත්තු ගැන්විය යුතුයි.

නාශකවාදය සහ අනෙකුත් නොසුදුසු දාම ක්‍රියාකාරිත්වයන් අවම කිරීම හෝ වලක්වා ගැනීම සඳහා දෛනික මෙහෙයුම් වල දී පරිපාලකවරුන් විසින් නිරන්තරයෙන් ගිණුම් සහ IP පරාස වාරණය කරනු ලබයි. මෙම පිටුව මගින් වාරණයට ලක් වූ පරිශීලකයන්ට ඔවුන්ව වාරණයට ලක් වුයේ මන්ද යන්න සහ වාරණය ඉවත් කිරීමක් ඉල්ලා සිටින්නේ කෙසේද යන්න පැහැදිලි කරයි.

මා වාරණයට ලක් වූයේ ඇයි?සංස්කරණය

  • You may be an innocent victim of collateral damage, where you are accidentally affected by a block of some other user.
  • Alternatively, your account or IP may have been blocked because it appears to have been responsible for (or connected to) a serious breach of Wikipedia's policies.

If your account was blocked by mistake, it will be reactivated very quickly, as soon as you let an administrator know of the problem. Otherwise, there is a rapid appeal process which obtains quick review by other independent administrators, and brief discussion of the matter. One aim of blocking in some cases, is to ensure the user learns from the incident, and that the issues don't happen again.

පොදු ප්‍රශ්නසංස්කරණය

  1. වාරණයක් යනු කුමක්ද?
  2. මා වාරණයට ලක් වුයේ ඇයිදැයි මම නොදන්නෙමි.
  3. අභියාචනය සඳහා මම නව ගිණුමක් තැනිය යුතු ද?
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    No. That is considered evasion. You get a lot of marks on Wikipedia for being honest and not "playing games". You'll do far better to appeal under your usual account (and take the block if that's what is decided) than to be banned for evasion.

    Wikipedia has users who were blocked for days or months, accepted it, and were welcomed back and "made good" as respected editors shortly afterwards. Once a block is over, it's over.

    If blocked you can usually appeal on your talk page, which is only blocked if abused. If you cannot edit your talk page then you must appeal via the Unblock Ticket Request System or by emailing the Arbitration Committee, see below.

  4. මම කිසිම වරදක් නොකළද මා වාරණයට ලක් වී ඇත! කරුණාකර උපදෙස් දෙන්න.
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    Do you use an ISP or web accelerator that involves shared IPs? Common examples include AOL, Comcast, StarHub, schools, colleges, or Google Web Accelerator. If so, you may have been affected by collateral damage. If you are using AOL (or any ISP listed above), please see our advice to AOL users. If you are using Google Web Accelerator (or any other web accelerator that uses shared IPs), please disable it for this site by following these instructions.

    In such cases, you should request an account to be created for you so that you can edit despite the block, which only affects users who are not logged in.

  5. I did something a bit wrong, but how do I get unblocked now?
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    All blocks can be reviewed by, and discussed with, a different administrator who is not involved, if requested.

    One common requirement for unblocking is simply "do you understand that what you did was inappropriate for this site, and confirm that you won't do it again".

    In the case of shorter blocks, especially for good cause, the usual answer is to wait quietly until the block ends, then you may continue editing, putting it in the past - but learning from it. A repeat of a previous block is often longer than the first one, so it is important to learn from blocks - in a way blocks are intended to guide a user when words don't seem sufficient.

  6. It says I've been "indefinitely" blocked. What does that mean and how do I get unblocked?
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    Note that "indefinite" does not necessarily mean "long" or "infinite". It means "however long is needed for the user to address the issue".
    This can be minutes, hours - or indeed the user may never do so.

    An indefinite block means the blocking administrator did not set a time limit on the block. The user needs to discuss the matter with an administrator before any unblock. It could be because the owner needs to confirm things are okay (and nothing's wrong). Or it could be due to some problem needing attention or the user needing to understand some behavior was inappropriate.

    Typical examples are where the account owner must be contacted (e.g. suspected 'hacking' of their account), and users whose behavior was severely inappropriate (e.g. threats, "outings", repeated vandalism or edit warring, repeated failure to listen, etc.). Wikipedia is an encyclopedia community so behaviors like these are not acceptable. For some issues, a user may need to stop, learn our site norms, and confirm they will not repeat the behavior (or will edit in accordance with certain conditions), before an unblock can take place.

  7. It says I've been "autoblocked" because of another person whom I don't even know!
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    See Wikipedia:Autoblock for an explanation. If you use a shared ISP (namely AOL, Comcast, StarHub, schools, colleges, etc.), you may be affected by collateral damage from other users who have edited disruptively. An administrator will sort this out as soon as it's drawn to their awareness – please follow the instructions under the "Autoblocked?" section on your block page, or alternatively here.

  8. I want to edit Wikipedia, but I keep getting blocked because of others on the same network as me!
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    If you are an unregistered user, it's recommended that you create an account. Shared IP addresses such as school and company networks or proxy servers are frequently blocked for vandalism which often affects many innocent editors on the same network. However, registered users in good standing can request existing blocks on their IP address be "softened" to only affect anonymous editors on their network so that they may continue contributing. See also Wikipedia:Why create an account?.

    Note: If your IP address is blocked, you may need to create your account at home, on another computer, phone or tablet using a different connection, or (in rare cases) in another country. You can also request that an account be created for you.
    Note: Many rotating IP addresses of ISPs practising shared IP addresses are blocked as being "proxies" or "zombies" because of the large number of different users sharing the IP. On these computers, logged-in users will be automatically blocked immediately. If you encounter such a case, please follow the unblocking request steps or consult a CheckUser or administrator.

වාරණයෙන් මිදවීමක් ඉල්ලා සිටීමසංස්කරණය

Instructions for requesting an unblock will be placed on your talk page or in the block explanation. A quick way to see these and test if you are still blocked, is to click here which tries to edit the Sandbox. If you are allowed to edit the sandbox then your block has already expired or been lifted and nothing more needs doing. If the block is still active you can resume editing when unblocked, or you can request a review of the block if you believe it is unfair or that you have put right whatever was the problem. The preferred way to appeal a block is to use the {{unblock}} template, but you can also contact the blocking administrator via email to request unblocking or alternatively submit a request to the Unblock Ticket Request System.

Useful links for helping blocked users:   Message seen by blocked users: MediaWiki:Blockedtext   Requests for unblocking: Category:Requests for unblock

ඊළඟට සිදුවන්නේ කුමක්ද?සංස්කරණය

When you appeal, other editors – most of whom probably have no involvement in the matter – will review your editing history, which has been logged, as well as the reason for the block and the history leading up to it. Editors may leave comments on your talk page regarding your appeal.

Usually, if it's a clear cut case, any uninvolved (independent) administrator will make a decision. The blocking administrator may be consulted for their comments on your request (this is a common courtesy). The process can take minutes or a few hours; for major discussions sometimes it can take until the next day.

Administrators will strongly avoid blocking and unblocking fights which would be a serious breach of administrator policy. For this reason, blocks will not usually be allowed to become a source of conflict; rather, consensus will be sought, by means of a fair and objective examination of the matter and of any policies alleged to have been breached.

වාරණය ඉවත් කිරීමේ මාර්ගසංස්කරණය

Blocks can be reversed with the agreement by the blocking admin, an override by other admins in the case that the block was clearly unjustifiable, or (in very rare cases) on appeal to the Arbitration Committee.

අභියාචනා ආකාරසංස්කරණය

In all cases, unblock requests should be submitted on your user talk page. Generally speaking, unblock requests will be one of the following two types:

  1. Requests for unblock in the event of a case of mistaken identity, misunderstanding, or other irregularity;
  2. Appeals for clemency, in which the appellant acknowledges the conduct that led to their block and requests a second chance.

If the appeal is of the first type, you should use the unblock template on your talk page or visit the unblock requests system (UTRS). If the appeal is of the second type, you should use the unblock template on your talk page, and only use UTRS if you cannot edit your talk page.

ඍජු අභියාචනාවසංස්කරණය

Appeals will usually take place on your user talk page; use the unblock template on your talk page to initiate this process:

  • If there is agreement that you may have been blocked unfairly, you may be directly unblocked (if the block was clearly and obviously a mistake), but this is very rare unless there genuinely were no prospective grounds for the block. Usually the blocking admin's judgement is respected if there is any question of doubt.
  • You may be unblocked if the blocking admin changes their mind or can't be reached, and an unblock is considered reasonable.
  • When you are unblocked, you may then follow the dispute resolution process if you believe that you were treated unfairly.
  • If an unblocking needs discussion, reaching a consensus usually takes several days.

අභියාචනා වල වෙනත් ආකාරසංස්කරණය

In highly unusual cases, you may wish to utilize the dispute resolution process while you are still blocked. To do so, you may contact other Wikipedians by e-mail, or by editing your talk page (which you can usually do even if blocked).

If you have been banned from editing the English Wikipedia by the Arbitration Committee you must appeal to the Committee.

If you have been blocked from editing indefinitely or the community has banned you from editing you should first appeal on your talk page and to UTRS. If both of these methods are unsuccessful you can submit an appeal to the Arbitration Committee's Ban Appeals Subcommittee (BASC). However please note that appeals submitted to it are rarely accepted. The majority of appeals of Wikipedia blocks are dealt with through other processes, which are all set out above. If you are sure that you are entitled to appeal through the arbitration process, please go to this page for instructions on doing so.

වාරණයන් අත්හිටුවීමේ ක්‍රියාවලියේ අපයෙදුම්සංස්කරණය

A usual block prevents users from editing all pages except their user talk page, in order to have a chance for appeal, and so that they are not shut out completely and are able to participate at least to some degree in Wikipedia, while the block is active.

Upon a request to seek arbitration, editing access may be restored to a limited number of other pages (such as those connected with their appeal) pending the formal decision, so that the matter (and any evidence, facts, mitigating circumstances, or corrections) can be presented as well.

A minority of editors who are blocked use these privileges poorly, for personal attack or to play games and make a point. Inevitably the response to such actions is simple – editing access is blocked in its entirety and without further discussion, whereas if the user had been responsible and reasonable, an entirely different result might well have happened.

Wikipedia blocks are usually warnings only, and once over and learned from, unless repeated, they are in the past. Wikipedia and its administrators and arbitration committee have a real wish for everyone who is capable of acting responsibly to be able to enjoy editing.

Users who are blocked are asked to use this as a chance to reflect, an opportunity to show their understanding and ability to act responsibly, and a period of time to let the matter pass and be learned from.

මේවාත් බලන්නසංස්කරණය

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