It is behind a paywall for most, but there are some ways to see the full article. A few critiques are thrown out along with statements from various arbitrators such as NewYorkBrad, who seems to be the only one mentioned by his real name. Overall, it gets things mostly right with the only noteworthy error suggesting the Gamaliel "small hands" case was rejected.Wikipedia editors got locked in a dispute several months ago about the biographical summary boxes that sit atop some pages of the online encyclopedia. The tiff quickly turned heated.
“Your grammar is frankly awful,” said one editor while discussing filmmaker Stanley Kubrick’s box. “This is just another throwaway, unreliable, unattributed pile of stinking horseshit,” said another editor during a dispute about actor Cary Grant’s box.
Foul language flew. The arguments spiraled out of control. So another editor brought the matter to the online encyclopedia’s top jurists.
Arbitration Committee activities and elections, Requests for Comment, and Requests for Administration.
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An article was published in The Wall Street Journal today talking about ArbCom and mostly focused on the latest battle in the infobox wars.
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