In WP:BLOCK#Recording in the block log, added: "Block log annotation may be used to provide relevant information for administrators using Special:Block. A block log annotation page in the format User:Example/Blocklogannotation will be transcluded automatically at Special:Block/Example (i.e. the "Block user" link on User:Example). Block log annotation pages should only be used to provide information and note relevant community consensus, not to record personal views."
In WP:PROTECT#Semi-protection, added: "If the page in question and its talk page are both protected please make your edit request at Wikipedia:Request for edit instead." Added: [Semi-protection should not be used] "to privilege registered users over unregistered users in content disputes."
In WP:SOCK#Legitimate uses, added: [An editor might use an alternative account] "to segregate functions such as work with specific kinds of media files, so as to maintain a user talk page dedicated to the purpose."
In WP:VAN#Warnings, changed: "Adding or continuing to add external links to non-notable or irrelevant sites (e.g. to advertise one's website) to pages after having been warned is vandalism, or sites that have some relationship to the subject matter, but advertise or promote in the user's interest, or text that promotes one's personal interests." to: "Adding or continuing to add spam external links is vandalism if the activity continues after a warning. A spam external link is one added to a page mainly for the purpose of promoting a website, product or a user's interests rather than to improve the page editorially."
In WP:ADMIN#Voluntary removal, added: [Administrators who stepped down in good standing (that is, not in controversial circumstances) may request their administrator status be restored at any time by a bureaucrat, ] "provided the bureaucrat is satisfied that the account's security has not been compromised in the meantime."
In WP:BAN#Duration of bans, removed: "Historically, when an editor is banned by the Arbitration Committee as a result of a "normal" Arbitration case, a duration of one year has been the most serious level of ban that will be given. The Committee's logic is that if reban or extension becomes necessary because the problem has not ceased, then the community will probably be able to deal with it by consensus."
Added "The same restriction is applied to mass category creation, where those categories are visible in the article space (not including hidden maintenance categories)." to "Mass article creation" section and subsequently renamed to "WP:BOTPOL#Mass page creation".
In WP:Harassment#Wikihounding, added: [Many users track other users' edits, although usually for collegial or administrative purposes.] "This should always be done carefully, and with good cause, to avoid raising the suspicion that an editor's contributions are being followed to cause them distress, or out of revenge for a perceived slight."
In WP:PROTECT#User pages, changed: "User pages and subpages are protected at the user's request if there is evidence of vandalism or disruption." to: "User pages and subpages are sometimes protected at the user's request, or if there is evidence of vandalism or disruption."
In WP:PROTECT#Blocked users, changed: [the talk page may be protected for a short time to prevent abusive editing.] "When required, it should be implemented for a brief period which should not exceed the length of the block or six months, whichever is shorter." to: "When required, it should be implemented for a brief period which should not exceed the length of the block, whichever is shorter. Consider disabling the user's talk page access via the block feature instead. In cases where the user has been blocked indefinitely, they should be informed of off-wiki ways to appeal their block, such as the unblock-en-l mailing list or ban appeals subcommittee of the Arbitration Committee."
In WP:U#Appropriate usernames, added: [nor should it be easily misunderstood to refer to a "bot"] "or a "script", both of which allude to automated editing processes."
In WP:U#Dealing with inappropriate usernames, added: "Keep in mind that context is important. A word that may seem offensive in one context may have another, more benign meaning in another context. In most cases there is no rote formula for how to determine if a username is a violation or not, use common sense and remember that blocking a new user is not actually something we want to do, it is something we do when it is needed to protect Wikipedia from harm."
In WP:ADMIN#History, added: [... important, merely "being an administrator" should not be.] "Whether this description remains accurate—eight years after it was first stated—is a matter of continuing debate. Nonetheless, it is still a useful adage."
In WP:ADMINS#Arbitration Committee review, added: [However, if the matter is serious enough, the Arbitration Committee may intervene without a request for comment on administrator conduct] "or other steps."
In the introduction, added: "Harassment can also include actions calculated to be noticed by the target and clearly suggestive of targeting them, where no direct communication takes place."
In WP:Harassment#Harassment and disruption, added: [Harassment, threats,] "intimidation," [repeated annoying and unwanted contact] "or attention," [and repeated personal attacks may reduce an editor's enjoyment of Wikipedia and thus cause disruption to the project.]
In WP:Harassment#Posting of personal information, added: "The fact that a person either has posted personal information or edits under their own name, making them easily identifiable through online searches, is not an excuse for "opposition research." Dredging up their off line opinions to be used to constantly challenge their edits can be a form of harassment, just as doing so regarding their past edits on other Wikipedia articles may be. However, once individuals have identified themselves, such information can be used for discussions of conflict of interest in appropriate forums."
In WP:U#Real names, changed: "Do not edit under the name of a well-known living person unless it is your real name, and you either are that well-known person or you make it clear that you are not. Such usernames may be blocked as a precaution." to: "Do not register a username that includes the name of an identifiable living person unless it is your real name. This includes implying a relationship with another person. If you share a name with a well-known person, you need to make it clear that you are not the well-known person of that name. Such usernames may be blocked as a precaution, until proof of identity is provided."
In WP:U#Similar usernames, added: "One should not chose a username that implies a relationship with an existing editor (unless the account is actually owned or the relationship is acknowledged by the editor themselves)."
In the introduction, added: "While editors are encouraged to warn and educate vandals, warnings are by no means necessary for an administrator to block."
In WP:Vandalism#Types of vandalism, added: "Impersonating other users by signing an edit with a different username or IP address also constitutes sneaky vandalism, but take care not to confuse this with appropriately correcting an unsigned edit made by another user."