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Please support the Sustainability Initiative!Edit
Hello Komischn, I saw that you are one of the authors of the Greta Thunberg (Q56434717) item. Because I am looking for ways to reduce the environmental impact of Wikipedia itself, I wanted to ask you to check out the Sustainability Initiative and to add your name to the list of supporters so that I can show that many community members are behind this effort. Thanks! --Gnom (talk)
BLP issue Greta ThunbergEdit
Dear Komischn, the aliases you added again to Q56434717 are not notable nicknames but derogatory labels. Please read and understand WD:BLP and do not reinsert. Thank you. --SI 07:50, 19 April 2019 (UTC)