On Apr 20, 2006, at 3:01 PM, Steve Bennett wrote:
How's this for a definition:
If X disagrees with Y's unblock, then Y has wheel warred. If X
reinstates the block, then X has wheel warred too.
This covers the situation where X makes a mistake and Y fixes it - X
agrees with the mistake, and no damage is caused. If Y fears that X
may accuse him of wheel warring, he shouldn't be undoing X's actions.
(or should be prepared for the consequences)
I would argue that X has the prerogative to reblock here, since Y
wheel-warred (something that should not have happened) and after
something that should not have happened, it's generally acceptable to
reinstate the status quo ante.
Philip L. Welch