A change to the policy of resysopping former administrators is under discussion. This discussion hopes to clear up cases of when to resysop admins and when they should go through the RFA process again.
After being successfully proposed, there are still unanswered questions regarding "Today's article for improvement". Questions still needing answers include how many are displayed per day, how the articles are chosen and what the edit notice on the article page will look like.
A recommendation to modify the third pillar to include the word "read" was brought up. Also brought up was a request to add the statement that "Readers and editors are welcome, regardless of ethnicity, creed, gender, age, sexuality or disability. Wikipedia's content and tools will aim to meet industry-standard web accessibility guidelines."
A clarification is under discussion regarding criterion 1 of the criteria for changing file names. The criterion currently reads "Uploader requested". The proposal would put some limitations on when this criterion would apply.
A discussion in under way to determine what are the circumstances when an user can do a clean start. Should all users have a chance at a clean start? When should the Arbitration Committee deny users from making a clean start?