Dove Windsor

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Dove Rose Windsor (born 8 November 1999) is a British administrator, rollbacker, patroller and editor on Deletionpedia.org, quizzer, and is one of the three chasers on the ITV game show The Chase Skype, since 20 April 2019. She is nicknamed The Tiger Mum. Her other nicknames include The Walking Dictionary and The Queen of Mean.

Early life

Windsor was born in Birmingham in England on 8 November 1999. She was put into care alongside with her other siblings. Windsor's birth parents, Angela and Joseph were lazy, selfish and horrible parents. They fed Windsor and her other siblings with moldy food and milk.

Windsor's birth parents have been arrested many times. Angela Bellingham has been arrested for arson and robbery. Joseph Bellingham has also been arrested many times in the past. They only thought about themselves.

Windsor and her two sisters was then adopted by their new parents from Leicester in 2004. Windsor's other three siblings (two brothers and 1 sister) was adopted by their new parents from Nottingham the same year.

She moved to Leicestershire in 2004. She first went to Ravenhurst Primary School in 2004 until 2010. She then went to a private school in 2011 called Gryphon School. It was located in Abbey Park, Leicestershire, England. In 2013, the headteacher Christina Church had to move the school to Loughborough in Quorn because of too many people robbing computers, plus of a murder incident the following year. She bought the private house, Quorn Hall in 2013. In 2017, Windsor left Gryphon School. In September 2017, Windsor moved to Leicester College. In June 2018, Windsor was kicked out because the staff could not cope with her behaviour, especially how they could not handle to give her the special help and support that she needs. She was in a transition into further education course. It was basically a test-trial year to give the students a chance to try a whole range of activities to see what they want to study as soon as the transition year has finished. In September 2018, Windsor went to an education centre, opposite of Leicester's crown court called Soft touch Arts. At first, Windsor seemed to be enjoying it.

Windsor hasn't been to Soft Touch Arts since March 2019. She needs a personal assistant (P.A.) to help her there. Carlton is still looking for someone though to help Windsor, before she can attend back to Soft Touch Arts. Her dad was not happy about this. He said that it is not right for her to miss out, when she clearly enjoys going there.

Career

Deletionpedia.org

Windsor is an often an active admin on Deletionpedia.org, more than anyone else. She keeps a close eye on the Special:RecentChanges for any vandalism or spam. She also either cleans, or expands articles too, and also welcomes new users to the community. She has blocked over 128 user accounts from editing, for either spamming links onto external sites, removing content from pages, or just inserting gibberish/nonsense. [1] The accounts seems to be obvious fakes, and Windsor must suspect that they must have been created by either a bot or a long-term sockpuppet who just abuses multiple accounts. In other words, they must have created more than one account to continue their vandalism. Windsor now realizes that it has to be a long-term sockpuppet that is abusing multiple accounts, rather than a bot. There is only one bot on Deletionpedia.org, and that is User:Robyt, and that bot hasn't created any fake accounts. The bot is run and maintained by User:Guaka. Windsor just needs to know who is the long-term abuser on Deletionpedia.org who created these fake accounts to vandalize or spam in the first place.

Windsor has deleted over 191 pages. She has done over 875 edits on Deletionpedia.org.

In April 2019, Windsor blocked many accounts from editing, due to inappropriate content that they have created articles on. It was based on "porn" or "porno" or "pornography" and was in a strange foreign language that had external links to porn sites. Those pages were deleted by her right on the scene and has blocked whichever users were involved with those "pornography" articles. Windsor then reported it to the other admins on Deletionpedia.org, User:Guaka and User:Jeff G. They thanked her for blocking those users and for deleting those inappropriate pages.

On 9 April 2019, Windsor improved the main page of Deletionpedia.org [2] . She has also improved the layout and the background color of the deletion template page. She has also created some user categories, including "Administrators" and "Deletionpedians".

On the afternoon of the same following day, User:Jeff G. made a redirect page of "Deletionpedians", so it matches or connects any category pages with the word "deletionpedia".

Windsor has also protected all of the administrators user pages to stop any one from either spamming or vandalizing.[3] [4] [5] [6]

On 10 April 2019, Windsor made a request for her user name to be changes from User:DW to "User:BabyMissFortune", by posting a message on User:Guaka's talk page. There hasn't been a reply since, as of yet.

On 11 and the 12 April 2019, Windsor blocked more users from editing and has deleted many more inappropriate articles relating to porn, sex and external links to porn sites. Windsor then reported it to User:Guaka. [7]

On 12 April 2019, Windsor posted a message request on User:Guaka's talk page, asking for bureaucrat rights.

On 13 April 2019, Guaka replied to Windsor about the bureaucrat rights request on his talk page to her. Guaka said: "The only difference between Administrator and Bureaucrat is that a Bureaucrat can change user roles. Don't think it's needed currently. I'm not really active here, but if someone wants/needs to be upgraded to Administrator I'll act swiftly on any request."

On the evening of 13 April 2019, Windsor replied to User:Guaka's talk page. She said that it is not about having tons of administrators, it is about having the best ones who will do a good job here on Deletionpedia.org.

On 15 April 2019, Windsor blocked more accounts for spamming links on their user pages. [8]

Windsor has also created new templates too such as: Template:Under construction, Template:Welcome, Template:Talk header and Template:BLP. She has also created the Deletionpedia.org:General disclaimer and the Deletionpedia.org:Privacy policy page as well.

On 18 April 2019, Windsor blocked two more accounts from editing. They were abusing multiple accounts, spamming links onto external sites to porno and gambling links and for also using inappropriate language.

As of April 2019, Windsor celebrated her 500th edit on Deletionpedia.org.

On 19 April 2019, Windsor created two more templates. [9] [10]

On 19 April 2019, Windsor created the Deletionpedia.org:Administrators page. She hasn't finished it yet. It has been fully protected from editing, only allowing admins to have access to.

On the evening of 20 April 2019 and during the early hours of 21 April 2019, Windsor found out the master sockpuppet of all these fake accounts via IRC. [11] It was User:Mike Linksvayer. The master sockpuppet has now been found and has been blocked from editing Deletionpedia.org indefinitely. [12]

On 21 April 2019, Windsor celebrated her 700th edit on Deletionpedia.org.

In the early afternoon of 21 April 2019, Windsor has blocked seven more accounts from editing Deletionpedia.org.

On 22 April 2019, Windsor celebrated her 800th edit on Deletionpedia.org.

On the 24 April 2019, Windsor celebrated her 900th edit. She plans on doing 1000 edits before 26 April 2019. She joined Deletionpedia.org on 26 March 2019.

The Chase Skype

Windsor made her first appearance on The Chase Skype on Monday 22 April 2019 at 5pm. Three contestants were through to the final chase. One contestant was caught and was sent home. Windsor got twenty three questions correct throughout the entire show, and got seventeen questions incorrect. She has lost one time on The Chase Skype. She has had her first final chase. The final chase consisted of nineteen steps for the chaser to catch. The contestants pushed Windsor back four times. Windsor needed five steps to catch them, but failed. The team went home with an equal share of £90,000. [13]

Personal life

In 2017, Windsor went to adult mental health when she turned 18. She hasn't been diagnosed with anything yet. She has been waiting for over a year and a half for any news on what she could be diagnosed with. Doctors suspect that she could be on the autistic spectrum. Furthermore, they think 99 per cent that she has Asperger's syndrome. She definitely suffers from anxiety and stress depression. She takes Sertraline tablets that she takes daily in the mornings to sooth her mood and to make her more relaxed. At school, she had social and emotional problems. She had special needs before she went to her secondary school in 2011. Windsor first identified herself as female in August 2016. She first said to her parents that she was transgender. She is still not yet on the waiting list, but probably will do soon. In December 2018, Windsor finally came out of her shell and started to wear women's clothes full time. In the summer of August 2016, Windsor went to NCS (national citizen service) for four weeks to improve her CV. The first week she went to a camping trip. In the second week, Windsor went to De-Montfort University to do a range of activities like doing a Master Chef challenge, first-aid challenge, e.t.c. In the third and the final forth week, Windsor did a charity course. In November 2016, Windsor was awarded a certificate, signed by Teresa May on an awards night. Windsor did a Duke Of Edinburgh expedition course at Gryphon School in February 2017. She was awarded with a bronze award at the end of March 2017. Windsor has a social worker named Carlton who helps her from time to time. Her previous social worker was called Nick. In July 2017, Windsor nearly died after being hit by a car at 20 miles an hour on Narborough Road, Leicestershire, England. She was lucky enough to be still alive. More luckily, there were a passenger in the vehicle who claimed to be a doctor. Windsor hit her head on the wind screen/bonnet and then ht her head on the road. She just had scratches, bruises and grazes. Windsor goes to Soft Touch Arts once a week on a Friday, from 1-4 pm. Windsor is going to find what she is going to be diagnosed with soon. Windsor is expected to move from Elliott Residential Care Home soon in four weeks time in May. She is going to be moving to a place called Box Tree house, near a farm, in Ratby. Windsor will also be expexted to be on the waiting list soon for her sex change to turn fully into female.

On the evening of 19 April 2019, Windsor collapsed at her residential care home in her bedroom. She felt dehydrated. But luckily, she survived. She felt dizzy. She hadn't had a single thing to eat or drink. She has now recovered by eating a snack and having a drink. She opened her windows to let air in. She has been asleep almost all day.

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