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"World War II and the history of Jews in Poland" case is ongoing

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Note: An RfC potentially limiting The Signpost's coverage of active arbitration cases was opened 17 March, and is active as of writing deadline.

World War II and the history of Jews in Poland

Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case/World War II and the history of Jews in Poland was accepted 13 March. New parties were added to the case as recently as 24 March.

Timeline relevant to the case will be (target dates according to clerks):

Scope: Conduct of named parties in the topic areas of World War II history of Poland and the history of the Jews in Poland, broadly construed

In accepting the case, arbitrator CaptainEek said we've received scholarly rebuke for our actions, and it is apparent that the entire Holocaust in Poland topic area is broken, referring to an academic paper about the management of English Wikipedia's editing process on the topic (see prior Signpost coverage in In the media, issue 4, and Recent research, issue 6).

De-sysop request

An editor has requested that Arbcom de-sysop an admin, Dbachmann, at Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests#Dbachmann.

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