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What does parameter $3 indicate in these messages? Is this a username?
I've read the documentation, but yet I did not understand what $3 indicates. What does “the affected page” mean in this case?
My understanding is that “the affected page” is the page that was previously globaly blocked.
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@MarcoAurelio: Since you're a steward, do you have a way to try touching both logs (or, have you did some actions in the past that touch both?), so that we could know which "page" the $3 points?
I think $3 means the IP or CIDR being locally whitelisted or de-whitelisted.
I did some testing at <https://es.wikibooks.org/wiki/Especial:Registro/gblblock>. Indeed $3 seems to be User:<blockedIP/blockedrange> being whitelisted. I'll update the docs.