The Report on Lengthy Litigation
The Arbitration Committee opened no cases and closed none this week, leaving seven open.
- A Man In Black: A case brought to examine the conduct of administrator A Man In Black.
- ADHD: A case examining the dispute on the ADHD article and the conduct of the editors involved therein.
Motion to close
- Tang Dynasty: A case about editing conflicts on Inner Asia during the Tang Dynasty. Passing remedies include restricting and placing mediation on Tenmei, and general admonitions to behave.
- Date delinking: A case regarding the behavior of editors in the ongoing dispute relating to policy on linking dates in articles. An injunction has been issued prohibiting large-scale linking or delinking of dates until the case is resolved. Over 130 proposals have been presented, including remedies which restrict, ban, topic ban, or admonish certain parties. Voting is largely fractured, but several remedies are passing which restrict or ban various editors.