Opened on 12 February 2011, this case involves allegations of problematic behavior relating to the Monty Hall problem article. During the week, one editor submitted under 2 kilobytes of content as on-wiki evidence. A deadline for evidence submissions has not yet been set.
Opened on 11 February 2011, this case involves allegations of disruptive editing to the Kendrick (unit) and Kendrick mass articles. The case is following on from the 2006 case concerning Kehrli (talk·contribs). During the week, two editors submitted over 10 kilobytes of content as on-wiki evidence. A deadline for evidence submissions has not yet been set.
On 7 February 2011, drafter Kirill Lokshin posted a proposed decision in the workshop; the proposals, consisting of 14 kilobytes, attracted comments from arbitrators, parties, and others. During the week, more than 50 kilobytes of content was added to the workshop, of which more than 15 kilobytes was contributed by a single party. On 12 February 2011, the drafter submitted a proposed decision for arbitrators to vote on. Proposals being considered include "standard discretionary sanctions", an evidence subpage remedy, rulings concerning two editors, a specific ruling that affiliation with the Gerontology Research Group does not in itself constitute a conflict of interest when editing longevity articles, as well as a proposal that urges WikiProject World's Oldest People to seek experienced editors as mentors to the WikiProject.