In WP:TITLE#Titles containing "and", changed: "If there is no obvious ordering, place the more commonly encountered concept first, or if that is not applicable, use alphabetical order." to: "It is generally best to list topics in alphabetical order, especially those involving different countries or cultures, as in Canada–United States border. However, if there is an obvious ordering, such as at Life and death, that ordering should be followed instead. If one concept is more commonly encountered than the other, it may be listed first."
In WP:NOT#Wikipedia is not a directory, added: [An article should not include product pricing or] "availability information" [unless there is a reliable source and a reason for the mention.] The "Changelogs, release histories or release notes" paragraph was moved down, and became "Exhaustive logs of software updates."
In WT:TITLE#Use commonly recognizable names, changed: "if an organization changes its name" [it is reasonable to consider the usage since the change.] to: "if the subject of an article changes its name"
In WP:BLP#Importation of off-wiki disputes into Wikipedia, added: [an editor who is involved in a significant off-wiki controversy or dispute with another individual ... should not edit that person's biography] "or other material about that person, given the possible conflict of interest"
In WP:V#Access to sources, removed: "Other people should in principle be able to check that material in a Wikipedia article has been published by a reliable source.", but retained and rewrote similar wording.
In WP:BLP#Legal issues, changed: "Individuals involved in a significant legal – or personal – dispute with the subject of any article covered by this policy are strongly discouraged from editing such articles, and are advised to use the article talk page or an appropriate Wikipedia noticeboard if they wish to raise concerns." to: "As noted above, individuals involved in a significant legal or other off-wiki dispute with the subject of a biographical article are strongly discouraged from editing that article."
In WP:V#Access to sources, added: [This implies nothing about ease of access to sources: some online sources may require payment, while some print sources may only be available in university libraries,] "or in off-line sources. Nontheless, [sic] difficult to obtain reliable sources may still serve as sources for articles, and should not be rejected solely on the basis that it is difficult or costly to obtain them."
In WP:V# Quoting non-English sources, added: "In articles, the original text is usually included with the translated text when translated by Wikipedians, and the translating editor is usually not cited."
In WP:BLP#Recently dead or probably dead, changed: " However, material about dead people that has implications for their living relatives and friends, particularly in the case of recent deaths, or notable suicides, is covered by this policy. Contentious or questionable material that affects living people or about the recently dead should be treated in the same way as material about living people. Anyone born within the last 115 years is covered by this policy unless a reliable source has confirmed their death." to: "Generally, this policy does not apply to material concerning people who are confirmed dead by reliable sources. The only exception would be for people who have recently died, in which case the policy can extend for an indeterminate period beyond the date of death - six months, one year, two years at the outside. Such extensions would apply particularly to contentious or questionable material about the dead that has implications for their living relatives and friends, such as in the case of a possible suicide or a particularly gruesome crime."
In WP:NPOV#Religion, added a hidden comment: "the use here of the word //critical// is referenced by the article itself, in the succeeding paragraph". Added: [Several words that have very specific meanings ...] "(as in the prior paragraph) critical."
In WP:NOT#Wikipedia is not a directory, changed: "An article about a product should include a history of its development and major improvements; creating a list of all changes to software or hardware between each minor version violates other precepts of this policy." to: "An article about a product may include a prose history of its development and major improvements. Tables or lists of changes should be avoided; instead, significant changes should be merged into – and contextualised in – the product's history. Note that, in addition to being unencyclopedic, lists of changes and releases are also unsuitable for inclusion in Wikipedia articles as they're usually drawn – often verbatim – from primary sources."