Due to lack of consensus in this discussion, and due to concerns with the community, you have been suspended as an assistant for 3 months.
Please examine the discussion and all that has been said to improve your behavior. In this period of time, you cannot be promoted. I hope that you have learned from this and improve your behavior for the future. You contributions are great for the wiki and so I hope you will examine this and make changes.
Honestly, you'd better write up the defense first. Though, to point out, it always takes a block in order for you to get the message. I think you need to work on communication more (instead of the rather rude or unecessary comments you post toward others).
Your status as an assistant has come into question regarding several comments users have made in regards to your behavior and actions. While some comment people find offensive in which I see as neutral, there still exists other comments that you have made that have concerned other users. You have been warned about this in the past on several occasions, including recently by me. You have been reported through the user report form through this as well.
We are going to have a discussion in regards to your future as an assistant. You have three options:
1) Resign. If you feel things will not go your way in keeping your position, you have the right to resign and reflect upon your actions to do better in the future.
2) Write up a defense. If you want to keep your position, you can write up a defense. You will have seven (7) days to do so. Once you do, the discussion will begin on Saturday, July 2, 2016 at 8:30 p.m., eastern time. You can post your defense here or e-mail me at email@example.com
3) Do nothing. If you do nothing, the discussion will be posted, without your defense, on Tuesday, July 5, 2016 at 8:30 p.m., eastern time.
You have made great contributions, it's just that users are concerned and upset by your comments, whether or not they are well-intended. Please let me know what you want to do as soon as possible.
Sorry for the message delay. I was just really needed time to think about how I'm going to respond to this. I shall write my defense here:
"I am going to start off by saying that I was one of the first assistant users on this wiki. At the time I became an assistant, the only other user to be in that position was 120d. In addition to this, I was first assistant user to be in this position for 1 year. I also had several people asking me about what an assistant position is. This is probably because they noticed me being the only assistant user on the badge leaderboard. A lot of those threads were before we had ESB:Requests for assistant. With that out of the way, I'm going to think back about my attitude and how takes part on my user appearance. It seams that in threads from a year or two ago, I was a friendly and delighted to respond to them. But now, it seams that I have became I bit more grumpy and discourteous with responding to threads. It may be because I have changed moods in the past year or some users might have annoyed me without thinking hard about it. I think one true problem is that I have been trying to get involved with too much stuff on the wiki this year. I should not always try to get myself involved with some situations because I am either unneeded or I just make it worse. I should just stay out it and let the administrator(s) handle it. I think a second true problem is that I have been saying a bit of the obvious stuff lately when it's really not needed. However, unlike the first problem, it goes in a more neutral direction of how the users think about it. Stating the obvious is not always rude, but it depends on the situation and how I am saying it. I would still like to be an assistant user so I can edit templates, timeline pages, and semi-protected pages. If you really want me to, I can just stop trying to be involved and not say anything if it's not going to help what's going on in the current state of affairs. I learned that being rude does not really make things any better and can really put down someone (Note: I also had this issue with communication back in 2014 back when I was formerly an administrator). I can think of more friendly and nice ways to address a thread. I am going to end off by saying that people in general rather like a nice and happy person than a mean jerk who doesn't realize the obvious."