Depends why you disabled your account, and what you use the new account for.
It's sockpuppetry if it's malicious use - vandalism, ban evasion, threatening. There are some legit uses for an alternate account, such as a split fanlife (being FluttershyLover on MLP and Darth Whatever on Wookieepedia, for example). As long as you weren't blocked under your old account, and are honest about your past "life", most admins would probably not block you.
I'm no staff; this is of no use to me. If you have any links to where he admits he's 10, send it to Special:Contact/general. This has to be a link (either to a page, a page history or deleted page); screenshots and chatlogs don't count.
I am 19, not 10. My user pages say that I am 19. And I never said I was 10. I will not say that I am 10, because I'm not, I'm 19 like I said.
You on the other hand have no business falsely accusing people of violating the wikia policies, especially since you yourself are violating the wikia policies by making sockpuppets and attacking other users.
You claim to be a good faith user, but your actions clearly prove to myself and other good faith users that you are the exact opposite. You claim to not be a sockpuppet, yet your IP address that you use to disrupt the wiki while logged out confirms otherwise.
So why is it not clearer in the rules that the administrators are not obligated to treat everyone the same. I've seen a lot of favoritism on many Wikis. Is the higher authority in this not doing anything, or are they just not aware?
"Keep feedback to the blog" Yeah, don't make us actually have to read this stuff because it is on our talk pages.
The bar is horrible, but that is not the most important thing. For me, the same applied to much of the VisualEditor, the New Forum, and much more as I am usually a pretty big nagger and moaner. But this time, a large chunk of the community have spoken up, and have decided that they don't like it, while very few (if any) have said otherwise. You have said yourself, in all of your blogs that the key to running a successful wiki community is to serve the community if you are an admin/ founder.
And, yes I accept that you are staff, and that you have extra rights, but don't let them go to your head. I am not going to have a general rant a bout all of what I don't like, although I do think that we need to have that top-bar removed. It reminds me a lot of a scene in the simpsons when two murerous aliens - kang and kodos - conquer the Earth and then both stand as two presdential canditates. Techniacally it's democracy, and it looks great in your arguments, but do we really have much of a choice.
The reason why I don't feel the need to keep the feedback to the blog os because I feel it is an important enough isseue that it shopuld be put ina place where you cannot fail to read and respond to it.
THIS HAS BEEN SENT TO ALL THE STAFF MEMBERS I COULD FIND, BECAUSE THEN YOU CANNOT IGNORE IT! (I DONT KNOW IF YOU ARE STAFF OR NOT, BUT YOU ALWAYS SEEM TO BE ON THE BLOGS AND THREADS ABOUT IT, ARGUING FOR IT)
Hey. I was just hoping if you could clarify something for me and my friends. Compliance with COPPA is not optional, is it? We heard that a wiki had decided not to ban users who confessed to being younger than 13, and we aren't sure of whether this is within Wikia's ToU. I am inclined to think it isn't, given this:
What I can say, sir? My genuine concerns are true on that prototype layout design for reasons you mentioned when you replied to me in that blog. I also don't like the new nav bar because it's the blank white color doesn't match the darker background colors in most wikis and they won't allow local admins to have optional color changes in their wikis.
I think keeping discussions about different topics separate IS another problem. Because many users are probably forgetting the other problems on Wikia that could potentially lose users and the harm the community. The Global Navigation Bar blogs hasn't getting less comments and that's why there has a posts on layout blog about the nav bar problem.