Ah, I see. I meant leave the discussion about whether to remove them alone, but I can see how that could be misinterpreted like that, it was rather vague. Personally, I don't like the idea of incomplete navboxes, I think we should either have them complete or not have them at all, but I probably could leave them alone for a month or two until we reach a decision on that matter.
In that case, it's because I hadn't realised we had decided to stop doing stuff.
As for being generally annoying, I have noticed that people don't like me, and so I've not suggested or done many of the things I think should be done so as to stop annoying people. Could I please have a few of the examples you've noticed, so I know better what to not do?
In a similar vein to the preceding one, you brought up certain points to the naming of articles even though similar practices were done on other wikis you've joined, but apparently you either didn't research or had no problem with those:
Recludam gave support to your cause, and argued for the inclusion of your edits. If you're that uncertain about them, or won't stand by your edits (or supporters for that matter), perhaps you should take more consideration before making the edits in the first place.
This is a perfect example of how to handle a situation. I didn't agree with your edits, but you explained in good detail what you did and why. You did so well, in fact, that I undid my own edits back to the way you had them.
Thank you for this list. I'll bear all this in mind in the future.
And I understand what you mean about the "creating a situation" thing, but I never intended to argue your points or anything. I was interested solely in how what I did came off to other people, regardless of how justifiable I believed my actions to be.