On Jul 30, 2004, at 4:23 PM, Harry Smith wrote:
I am glad that you appreciate the appearance or the
suggestion that the current page makes on those that
You you mind if I went through and changed to each
title to contain the parties...something like
George W Bush and John Kerry
The names can be added in alphabetically order for the
sake of non-discriminatory appearence.
I'd let the arbcom make the changes, personally - some of the cases
really don't involve the user who submitted the case, and are not in
any meaningful way about a personal conflict between the users, and I
don't think, in those cases, that it would be appropriate to add the
user who submitted the case. I think two usernames are really only
needed when some sort of counterclaim has been made, or when the
actions of the second username are also in some way under
consideration. Alternatively, if what has been referred is a dispute
between two users that was brought to the arbcom by a third party
(Something that happened with the case between VeryVerily and 172,
since withdrawn), the submitter would not be the right name to add.
My point being that naming of the cases should probably be left to the
arbitrators to decide, as they're the ones who get to determine the
scope of a given case.