Surely if the ending is still described in the article
(as I was
careful to say), NPOV wouldn't be affected? All I'm saying is that if
there was a specific OTRS request that could be verified to be from
the relevant people, then it could be acted on. Requests from
Wikipedia editors and readers to add spoiler notices wouldn't count.
It would have to be a specific request from the "subject" of the
You've noted that "requests from Wikipedia editors and readers to add
spoiler notices wouldn't count," and this only accentuates the
problem. How would providing special treatment to a representative of
an article's subject constitute a neutral approach?
You referred to this as a "BLP-like exception," but I see nothing
analogous. We address legitimate complaints by ensuring that
biographies of living persons comply with our normal content
standards. We don't honor requests to include special text (such as a
warning that the article includes material that its subject dislikes).