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May 2014[edit]

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Chip Bertlet[edit]

What is the purpose for your changes? Removing investigative and photo journalist?Serialjoepsycho (talk) 02:38, 16 May 2014 (UTC)

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Wikipedia:Requests for mediation/Schiller Institute[edit]

I've opened a request for mediation. I think it could help having an impartial mediator. Please cosnider going there and signing up.Serialjoepsycho (talk) 22:38, 24 May 2014 (UTC)

Formal mediation has been requested[edit]

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Request for mediation accepted[edit]

The request for formal mediation of the dispute concerning Schiller Institute, in which you were listed as a party, has been accepted by the Mediation Committee. The case will be assigned to an active mediator within two weeks, and mediation proceedings should begin shortly thereafter. Proceedings will begin at the case information page, Wikipedia:Requests for mediation/Schiller Institute, so please add this to your watchlist. Formal mediation is governed by the Mediation Committee and its Policy. The Policy, and especially the first two sections of the "Mediation" section, should be read if you have never participated in formal mediation. For a short guide to accepted cases, see the "Accepted requests" section of the Guide to formal mediation. You may also want to familiarise yourself with the internal Procedures of the Committee.

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MedCom case update: Schiller Institute[edit]

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Dear Waalkes: Hello. I'm writing to you regarding a Mediation Committee case that you are involved in, or have some connection with, Schiller Institute.

My name is Tristessa de St Ange (talk · contribs), and I'll be your mediator for this case. It's good to meet you! I'm currently in the process of researching the content issue regarding this article (and the wider dispute) in some detail, and I hope I'll be able to assist in bringing some consensus to this editing dispute. I would like to ask all parties to bear with me while I complete this research, and am extremely grateful for your patience whilst I get things underway. I will let you know as soon as things are underway.

If you have any questions or concerns relating to the case, please do let me know. Thank you very much. Tristessa (talk) 21:21, 21 June 2014 (UTC)

Chip Berlet[edit]

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MedCom case update: Schiller Institute[edit]

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Dear Waalkes: Hello. I'm writing to you regarding a Mediation Committee case that you are involved in, or have some connection with, Schiller Institute.

I have written an initial analysis, and requested contribution from all mediation parties. Please read what I've written and participate at Wikipedia talk:Requests for mediation/Schiller Institute. Thank you.

If you have any questions or concerns relating to the case, please do let me know. Thank you very much. Tristessa (talk) 00:24, 14 July 2014 (UTC)