No cases were opened or closed this week. Four cases remain open:
Senkaku Islands, which looks at the behavior of editors involved in a dispute over whether the naming of the articles Senkaku Islands and Senkaku Islands dispute is sufficiently neutral. It is alleged that the content dispute has been exacerbated by disruptive editing (see last week's issue). This week, more than 10 kB of on-wiki evidence was submitted, including contributions by User:Lvhis, who accuses User:Qwyrxian of violating the policies of WP:SOURCE, WP:NOR, and WP:NPOV, making "consensus in solving disputes not only on page edition but also on naming issue practically impossible"; and Cla68, who argues that some editors "give the impression that they are trying to reclaim the islands on behalf of [a] government". Little new material has been submitted in the case's workshop page.
Abortion, a dispute over the lead sentence of Abortion and the naming of abortion-related articles, also said to have been exacerbated by disruptive editing. Little new evidence was submitted this week, but the case's workshop was busy: six users have now presented proposals, including suggestions of article probation, discretionary sanctions, and a new noticeboard. All are yet to receive attention from a large number of arbitrators.
Manipulation of BLPs, a general exploration of the phenomenon named by the title. This week, a considerable amount of content was added to the case's already large evidence page, although some was also withdrawn. The case's workshop page was similarly busy, seeing more than 200 revisions in the past week alone, which added 100 kB to the page's size, to exceed a total of 200 kB. Arbitrators have not yet responded to proposals submitted by five editors.
Cirt and Jayen466, a dispute that centers on the editing of the two editors. No new evidence was presented to the committee this week, but the case's workshop page was active; a number of proposals are now on the table, though none has yet been voted on by arbitrators.
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