Please stop restoring edits that were previously reverted. I've seen that you've done this many times in multiple pages. We usually leave the explanations in the edit summaries, but since it seems you're not reading them I decided to post on your wall so this time it doesn't get lost.
If you see that one of your edits was reverted, look in Special:WikiActivity or the history of the page to see the reason, and if you disagree post your concerns either on the forum or on the wall of the person who reverted it; but don't just restore the edit; and specially not multiple times after multiple reverts.
You've been on this wiki for a year and a half, so you're no longer new. I recommend that you read our policies, because the Rules for Message Walls state that you shouldn't delete messages from other users on your wall, which you just did, and it was a warning by an admin even.
You had already been warned by Dalmatia about this, and also about removing your threads from the forum, which you still do constantly with the justification of "The topic is irrelevant."
You're only allowed to delete your threads from the forum if they have received no answer yet, and you shouldn't delete messages from your wall unless it's vandalism.
I saw you removed a thread you added. Please do not do that. The purpose of these is to discuss or have answers to a question, and it can be useful for later, so don't remove these because "the topic is irrelevant". Same goes with message on walls by the way.
Hello there, I remember we already had a discussion about why this information wasn't valid and ask you to stop adding it. If there's something you didn't get, I'm available to answer to your questions. Thanks.
Little reminder, according to our user page policy: Do not delete messages from other users - Content should not to be deleted from a user's Message Wall, except to remove abusive or inappropriate content.