We are a small version that welcome all contributions that enhance
value. So we do not use coi to say no, we only use coi when people enter
biased statements, or get angry when their contributions gets neutralized.
And we do not use templates in those cases, we do not even have ones, we
only link to our policy for coi, in a sentence.
But i am fully aware that the challenge for enwp is much different and
understand other procedure are used
At the same time i would appreciate if the reality of enwp was not used
to say it represent all communities.
Anders (representing svwp)
Den 2020-02-19 kl. 22:34, skrev Andy Mabbett:
I have just come across a case on en.Wikipedia where
the daughter of
an article subject added details of his funeral (his death in 1984,w
as already recorded) and his view about an indent in his life.
Her six sequential edits - her first and only contribution to
Wikipedia - totalled 1254 characters, and were conducted over the
space of 30 minutes. They were no the best quality, lacking sources,
but were benign, and exactly what one might expect an untutored novice
to do as a first change.
As well as being reverted, she now has three templates on her talk
page; two warning her of a CoI, and sandwiching one notifying her of a
discussion about her on the COI noticeboard. These total 4094
characters or 665 words.
How do other projects deal with such cases?