Arbitration report

The Report on Lengthy Litigation

The Arbitration Committee has released their near-term agenda. Key points include: opening, per their ruling in this case, a Requests for Comment on Arbitration Enforcement (which has since been opened here); appointing new Checkuser and Oversight operators, under a new system to be created pursuant to reactions to this page; formalizing case acceptance and recusal standards; and establishing a system for emergency removal of user rights, along with an Arbitrator recall system. They also announced a new mailing list structure, as detailed here.

The Arbitration Committee closed no cases this week, and opened one, leaving a total of five cases open.

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    Coren's Arbcom remedy is not so new

    RE: "Coren has proposed the creation of a new type of arbitration remedy, "supervised editing", which an editor may be placed under when he or she does not "engage other editors or the editorial process appropriately"."

    • Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/Great Irish Famine: Remedies: The article Great Irish Famine is placed under the mentorship of three to five administrators to be named later. All content reversions on this page must be discussed on the article talk page. Further terms of the mentorship are contained in the decision and will be amplified on the article talkpage. Ikip (talk) 21:22, 31 January 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    That remedy is different from what Coren is proposing, which is a mentorship of specific editors wherein the "supervisor" has specific authorities and responsiblites that have never been granted in this manner before. seresin ( ¡? )  21:56, 31 January 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]


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