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Ran, forgive me for asking this, but since youre a user with under 50 edits I will: when you revert the page I'm RFCing, do you actually know what you're talking about in saying an RFC isn't the next step? hehehe I was under the understanding that Arbitration is mostly for non-content disputes and RFCs were the appropriate step for a content dispute. I'd be happy to file a request for arbitration if that's really the correct next thing to do, but I'm not sure it is. :) --Alecmconroy 11:56, 27 November 2006 (UTC)