The Requests for mediation process is used to request formal mediation of a dispute. Formal mediation is provided by the Mediation Committee as a final stage of the content-dispute resolution process. Formal mediation is only suitable for disputes over article content, so requests to mediate grievances with other editors will not be accepted.
Further instructions will be displayed at the next page, in a box at the top of the page.
If a mediation case page already exists for the dispute name, append 2 to the name; e.g. you would type Swimming 2 below, rather than Swimming.
After submitting your request:
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Add the case page to your watchlist, in case the mediator who considers whether to accept your request has any questions.
What is this dispute about? What sections, sentences, or issues in the article(s) can you not agree on? If you are the editor who opened this request, list these issues to be mediated under "Primary issues". If you did not open this request, you can add additional issues to be mediated under "Additional issues". The issues to be mediated would be properly agreed upon later, if this request for mediation is accepted.
Primary issues (added by the filing party)
04:37, 11 October 2018 2601:188:180:1481:f468:2913:91d5:a5b5 (talk) . . (16,692 bytes) (-21) . . (remove the COI fluff again—this is not a promotional venue, and if you persist in that vein you will be blocked)
domainvia requests :- The subject named in the page, is a multi-instrumentalist [by definition.]
Furthermore, the Grammy-reference concerning the individuals brother [is fact].
Enlighten me as to how these facts are "fluff"?
I await your response.
Additional issues (added by other parties)
This is not an issue for mediation, other than further disciplinary action against Domainvia (talk·contribs), a COI account who was already blocked for several days for a history of promotional edits: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; . Returned from block for more of same ; . Good example of willful ignorance of NPOV policies by a conflicted account, and no indication that they're here for any purpose other than what we've seen already. An indefinite block may be warranted. 2601:188:180:1481:5D63:2B25:812D:39A4 (talk) 20:50, 11 October 2018 (UTC)
I recommend that this be closed as frivolous. The OP has a track record of promotional editing on the article in question for which I have previously found it necessary to block them. I have placed the editor on notice that further disruptive editing is likely to result in unpleasantness. -Ad Orientem (talk) 03:24, 12 October 2018 (UTC)
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