Wikipedia:Requests for mediation/Rejected/10

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Charun[edit]

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Involved parties[edit]

Articles involved[edit]

  • Charun and its French site equivalent.

Other steps in dispute resolution that have been attempted:[edit]

Issues to be mediated[edit]

  • That ths quotation from Robert S. P. Beekes: "When this bipennis [‘double axe’], property of ‘Zeus Bakchos’, carried as symbol of sacred power by Lydian kings, is encountered again as the symbol of the royal authority of the Etruscan kings, particularly of the supreme king of the federation of cities, this may be considered an important indication of the Asia Minor origin of the entire underlying ideology, and of the ceremony of investiture in which the bipennis played a part.’

These conclusions are of primary importance, as they concern a deeprooted complex of religious views that cannot have been taken over from elsewhere. (p.31-32)" does not mean that Charun carried a labrys rather than a hammer.

  • That he does not have a right to delete an entirely bibliography of sources because he doesn't like any of them.

Additional issues to be mediated[edit]

  • That personal attacks and uncivil discussion have no place on Wikipedia
  • Additional issue 2

Parties' agreement to mediate[edit]

All parties should sign below, indicating that they agree to mediate the issue. If any party fails to sign, or if a party indicates they do not agree, then the mediation will be rejected. Only signatures and "agree" or "disagree" should appear here; any comments will be removed.
  • Agree.

Decision of the Mediation Committee[edit]

  • Reject: Parties have not agreed after over a month.
For the Mediation Committee,Guanaco 03:43, 10 October 2006 (UTC)


Novi Sad[edit]

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  • I (as 212.62.54.205) have provided evidence for my claims through links to various sites and books. The other party refused to debate and just reverted the changes without comment. -- pet5 (talk · contribs)

Issues to be mediated[edit]

  • The massacre of Germans and Hungarians in Novi Sad in 1944

Additional issues to be mediated[edit]

Parties' agreement to mediate[edit]

All parties should sign below, indicating that they agree to mediate the issue. If any party fails to sign, or if a party indicates they do not agree, then the mediation will be rejected. Only signatures and "agree" or "disagree" should appear here; any comments will be removed.

Decision of the Mediation Committee[edit]

  • Reject: One party is inactive; the other has not agreed to mediation.
For the Mediation Committee,Guanaco 03:44, 10 October 2006 (UTC)


UHSA[edit]

This is a hard copy of a request for mediation which was rejected by the Mediation Committee. Rejected requests are substituted to these archives of rejected requests, then deleted. Please do not remove this tag or edit this request for any reason. To request mediation of this dispute, please submit a new request.

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requests to administrators

Issues to be mediated[edit]

  • Issue 1 DrGladwin's refusal to allow govt links on page
  • Issue 2 DrGladwin's constant removal of materials he doesn't approve of.
  • Issue 3 Dr Gladwin's demand to prove credentials of posters.

Additional issues to be mediated[edit]

  • Additional issue 1
  • Additional issue 2

Parties' agreement to mediate[edit]

All parties should sign below, indicating that they agree to mediate the issue. If any party fails to sign, or if a party indicates they do not agree, then the mediation will be rejected. Only signatures and "agree" or "disagree" should appear here; any comments will be removed.
  • Agree. Azskeptic 13:54, 30 August 2006 (UTC)
  • AgreeRobo doc 14:26, 30 August 2006 (UTC)
Given DrGladwin's refusal to accept mediation, and bearing in mind a recent similar case Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/St Christopher/Proposed decision where single purpose accounts refused to accept arbitration, I have proposed at WP:AN that DrGladwin be restricted from editing this article. Just zis Guy you know? 12:08, 4 September 2006 (UTC)

Decision of the Mediation Committee[edit]

  • Reject: One party does not agree to mediation; the others are inactive.
For the Mediation Committee,Guanaco 03:46, 10 October 2006 (UTC)

Azskeptic 13:54, 30 August 2006 (UTC)

Kyra Phillips[edit]

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Involved parties[edit]

Articles involved[edit]

Other steps in dispute resolution that have been attempted:[edit]

  • The RFC has resulted in further edit warring.

Issues to be mediated[edit]

  • Is Southern Voice a [[WP:RS|reliable source? By extension, are all gay newspapers inherently unreliable, biased and "vanity publications," as has been asserted by Electrawn?
  • Is the CJRDaily blog published by the Columbia Journalism Review a reliable source?
  • Is the amount of criticism of Phillips in her article excessive?

Parties' agreement to mediate[edit]

All parties should sign below, indicating that they agree to mediate the issue. If any party fails to sign, or if a party indicates they do not agree, then the mediation will be rejected. Only signatures and "agree" or "disagree" should appear here; any comments will be removed.
  • Agree.

FCYTravis 20:51, 31 August 2006 (UTC)

Decision of the Mediation Committee[edit]

  • Reject: Only one party has agreed after over a month.
For the Mediation Committee,Guanaco 03:48, 10 October 2006 (UTC)


Attachment Therapy[edit]

This is a hard copy of a request for mediation which was rejected by the Mediation Committee. Rejected requests are substituted to these archives of rejected requests, then deleted. Please do not remove this tag or edit this request for any reason. To request mediation of this dispute, please submit a new request.

Involved parties[edit]

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Issues to be mediated[edit]

  1. FCYTravis removed the Also see section despite other editors wishing to have it remain.
  2. He has reveted the article despite reliable sources having been cited.
  3. Abused his admin priv. by blocking the article edited the way he wants, not in it's original form.
  4. Not followed Wikipedia practices, such as conducting a poll if there is a dispute.


Additional issues to be mediated[edit]

  • Additional issue 1
  • Additional issue 2

Parties' agreement to mediate[edit]

All parties should sign below, indicating that they agree to mediate the issue. If any party fails to sign, or if a party indicates they do not agree, then the mediation will be rejected. Only signatures and "agree" or "disagree" should appear here; any comments will be removed.
  • Agree.

DPetersontalk 18:17, 3 September 2006 (UTC)Agree

Decision of the Mediation Committee[edit]

  • Reject: This debate has been inactive for over a month, and not all parties agree to mediation.
For the Mediation Committee,Guanaco 03:52, 10 October 2006 (UTC)


Advocates for Children in Therapy[edit]

This is a hard copy of a request for mediation which was rejected by the Mediation Committee. Rejected requests are substituted to these archives of rejected requests, then deleted. Please do not remove this tag or edit this request for any reason. To request mediation of this dispute, please submit a new request.

Other steps in dispute resolution that have been attempted:[edit]

  • WP:RFC Wikipedia:Requests_for_comment/Society%2C_law%2C_and_sex*WP:AN/I

Issues to be mediated[edit]

  1. FCYTravis removed the Also see section despite other editors wishing to have it remain.
  2. He has reveted the article despite reliable sources having been cited.
  3. Abused his admin priv. by blocking the article edited the way he wants, not in it's original form.
  4. Not followed Wikipedia practices, such as conducting a poll if there is a dispute.
  5. I think that the version in place before FCYTravis began editing is the one that should have been protected. I like seeing an Also see section in articles as it is a convenient place to find relevant links to related Wikipedia articles RalphLendertalk 15:51, 5 September 2006 (UTC)


Additional issues to be mediated[edit]

  • Additional issue 1
  • Additional issue 2

Parties' agreement to mediate[edit]

All parties should sign below, indicating that they agree to mediate the issue. If any party fails to sign, or if a party indicates they do not agree, then the mediation will be rejected. Only signatures and "agree" or "disagree" should appear here; any comments will be removed.
  • Agree.

DPetersontalk 18:23, 3 September 2006 (UTC)Agree

Decision of the Mediation Committee[edit]

  • Reject; not all users have accepted. Ral315 (talk) 07:01, 28 September 2006 (UTC)


Vladimir Lenin[edit]

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Involved parties[edit]

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Issues to be mediated[edit]

  • Ongoing edit wars among many editors two years in the running
  • Blatant NPOV issues in the article that have never been resolved.

Additional issues to be mediated[edit]

  • Additional issue 1
  • Additional issue 2

Parties' agreement to mediate[edit]

All parties should sign below, indicating that they agree to mediate the issue. If any party fails to sign, or if a party indicates they do not agree, then the mediation will be rejected. Only signatures and "agree" or "disagree" should appear here; any comments will be removed.
  • Agree.
  • Disagree and suggest speedy removal of this template which is not even filled in properly. This user hasn't made any attempt to discuss his concerns on the talk page of the article yet.--Konstable 05:13, 9 September 2006 (UTC)

Decision of the Mediation Committee[edit]

  • Reject: Request incomplete, parties don't agree.
For the Mediation Committee,Guanaco 03:54, 10 October 2006 (UTC)


Armads[edit]

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Involved parties[edit]

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  • None

Issues to be mediated[edit]

  • Armads was labelled a "game guide" by Axem Titanium.
  • Armads was converted to a redirect by Axem Titanium despite SoaP's reverting (SoaP had to stop on the fringe of a 3RR).


Parties' agreement to mediate[edit]

All parties should sign below, indicating that they agree to mediate the issue. If any party fails to sign, or if a party indicates they do not agree, then the mediation will be rejected. Only signatures and "agree" or "disagree" should appear here; any comments will be removed.
  • Agree. SoaP 20:35, 6 September 2006 (UTC)
  • Disagree. Axem Titanium 20:56, 6 September 2006 (UTC)

Decision of the Mediation Committee[edit]

  • Reject: A party does not agree to mediation.
For the Mediation Committee,Guanaco 03:55, 10 October 2006 (UTC)


Gorilla[edit]

This is a hard copy of a request for mediation which was rejected by the Mediation Committee. Rejected requests are substituted to these archives of rejected requests, then deleted. Please do not remove this tag or edit this request for any reason. To request mediation of this dispute, please submit a new request.

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Issues to be mediated[edit]

  • Use of stones in physical characteristics to aid clarity for UK readers.
Supposedly, User:Yaf201 has withdrawn this request, and has quit Wikipedia. A comment to this effect was posted on the talk page.

Parties' agreement to mediate[edit]

All parties should sign below, indicating that they agree to mediate the issue. If any party fails to sign, or if a party indicates they do not agree, then the mediation will be rejected. Only signatures and "agree" or "disagree" should appear here; any comments will be removed.
  • Agree.

--Yaf201 14:32, 11 September 2006 (UTC)

--wrp103 (Bill Pringle) 15:05, 11 September 2006 (UTC)

UtherSRG (talk) 15:30, 11 September 2006 (UTC)

Decision of the Mediation Committee[edit]

  • Reject: The party making this request has left Wikipedia.
For the Mediation Committee,Guanaco 03:56, 10 October 2006 (UTC)


Casualties of the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict[edit]

This is a hard copy of a request for mediation which was rejected by the Mediation Committee. Rejected requests are substituted to these archives of rejected requests, then deleted. Please do not remove this tag or edit this request for any reason. To request mediation of this dispute, please submit a new request.

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Considering that this Talk is ongoing, and it seems as though a compromise is imminent, moving to mediation is quite premature at this point. Cheers, TewfikTalk 15:24, 17 September 2006 (UTC)

I agree. Elizmr 23:24, 18 September 2006 (UTC)

Issues to be mediated[edit]

  • Is the pie chart neutral


Additional issues to be mediated[edit]

Parties' agreement to mediate[edit]

All parties should sign below, indicating that they agree to mediate the issue. If any party fails to sign, or if a party indicates they do not agree, then the mediation will be rejected. Only signatures and "agree" or "disagree" should appear here; any comments will be removed.

Decision of the Mediation Committee[edit]

  • Reject: This issue appears to have been resolved on the talk page.
For the Mediation Committee,Guanaco 04:01, 10 October 2006 (UTC)