The Ebionites 3 case, initiated by Ignocrates, which involved a long-running dispute between two editors over a 2nd century religious document, was closed. The following remedies were enacted:
Ignocrates and John Carter are indefinitely prohibited from interacting with each other (subject to the ordinary exceptions).
John Carter is indefinitely topic-banned from all pages relating to Ebionites, broadly construed.
John Carter requested removal of his administrator rights on 1 November 2013, while these arbitration proceedings were in progress. John Carter may regain these rights only through a new request for adminship.
Other requests and committee action
Clarification request:Infoboxes: A request made by Anthonyhcole for clarification of Gerda Arendt's restriction on adding infoboxes was closed . The Committee clarified that acting on behalf of a restricted user to breach a restriction is WP:PROXYING and so is not permitted, and that Gerda did breach her restriction by adding the infobox to the article in question. Arbitrator Carcharoth emphasized that "The restrictions on adding or removing infoboxes are not because the articles should or shouldn't have infoboxes, but because the editors given those restrictions have demonstrated poor judgement over discussions."
Clarification request:Ayn Rand: An amendment request initiated by TParisregarding an administrator editing through protection on an article with Arbcom sanctions was declined, after the editor in question self-reverted the edit .
Motion regarding Manning naming dispute : By motion of the committee, finding of fact 22, regarding Baseball Bugs, has been replaced by the following: "During the course of the dispute, Baseball Bugs (talk·contribs) frequently accused other participants in the dispute of misconduct , ; engaged in soapboxing based on his personal view of the article subject's actions ; and needlessly personalised the dispute ."