Frankly, given how the rate of RC is going by, I dont
see how we can do with the current protection policy -
page protections should be typical and used as
necessary; bans on users should not.
Some pages are well known to attract controversy, and
therefore protection/ abstrated edits by a mediator
that addresses comments on the talk.
The trick is to find editors that actually write well
in addition to listen and address the concerns; with
Ed out of the loop, WP will be shorthanded.
--- David Gerard <fun(a)thingy.apana.org.au> wrote:
On 07/27/04 20:39, S. Vertigo wrote:
As long as he makes all his edits logged in as
I dont see a good enough reason for a ban at
time. Pages can and should be protected at the
of trouble erupting; any case you want to make
Lance should be done on WP:RFAR, where it looks
Protecting [[Current events]] is hardly workable ...
If he keeps to one login, that's a much better idea
and at least then you're dealing with a single
Using anon IPs for sockpuppetry is distinctly bad
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