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"If a rule prevents you from improving or maintaining Wikipedia, ignore it."
Foundational Principles against overly-controlling forces developing on the wikis.
Even if you have read them before, PLEASE EXAMINE ANEW: Wikipedia:Ignore all rules, and the other links available there, including the links delineating much which Wikipedia was NOT.
These were some of the earliest directives established by the founding workers on the Wikimedia projects.

"Ignore all rules: If rules make you nervous and depressed, and not desirous of participating in the wiki, then ignore them entirely and go about your business." ~ RulesToConsider
"IAR is policy, always has been" ~ Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales
This is an account of Kalki, who has also used many other account-names here, some since the very first days of this Wiki.



As further publication of my possible or suspected user-names seems to be something still on the agenda for some, despite my explicit request for no further publication of such, I do acknowledge this suspected username as mine, and an entirely APT one.

I do not ask anyone to absolutely trust ME or ANYONE else's judgment on matters, no matter how benevolent or wise they might appear to be, and I certainly do not bow down to anyone's presumed authority to absolutely dictate to me or anyone else what they should or should not believe or do in regard to their own activities, so long as they do not violate actual and proper imperatives, such as the minimization of harm to human society or to one's own proper capacities for life. ~ Taliesin 11:42, 18 November 2009 (UTC)