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Arbitration report

Δ saga returns to arbitration, while the Abortion case stalls for another week

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By Jorgenev

One case was opened this week, making a total of two cases now open.

Arbitration case opened to review editor's status

The Betacommand 3 case was opened this week to review the status of Δ, who previously edited as Betacommand.

Δ has been the subject of both community and Arbitration Committee sanctions in relation to his use of bots. The case grew out of a request for clarification following a discussion about relaxing some of Δ's community restrictions and allowing him to run certain bot tasks where it was realized that there might be relevant Arbitration Committee sanctions as well. The case was opened by motion from there. Arbitrator Coren, who supported the motion, wrote

Abortion case continues

It was another slow week for the Abortion case. There was limited activity in the workshop, and even less in evidence.

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Betacommand has been rolled through the mud so many times, you'd barely recognize him anymore. ResMar 23:06, 8 November 2011 (UTC)[reply]

The attempts to micromanage him are way more work then they're worth. He's an adult, let him edit, or at the most, write very simple restrictions that don't allow his supporters to find loopholes or his detractors to find sticks to poke him with. - Burpelson AFB 16:03, 9 November 2011 (UTC)[reply]
I was going to make a joke about mud but your sensible comment took the fun out of it. Sven Manguard Wha? 06:44, 11 November 2011 (UTC)[reply]


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