Evidence submissions close in Rich Farmbrough case, vote on proposed decision in R&I Review
The Arbitration Committee opened no cases this week, keeping the number of open cases still at two.
This case – concerning alleged disruptive editing of Rich Farmbrough, especially in regard to his handling of the bot policy – saw a final round of additional new evidence and its analysis in the related workshop by several parties. The opportunity to offer new evidence ended on April 18.
Arbitrator Newyorkbrad will draft the judgement.
The Race and intelligence review, following a case closed back in 2010, continued with voting by arbitrators on the proposed decision this week. While the draft, authored by Roger Davies, have gained majorities on most of the proposed findings of fact, arbitrators are divided on the remedies.
Other requests and committee action
- The committee has continued voting on a series of proposals to change the limits for evidence submissions in cases. At the time of publication, one motion, limiting the length of submitted evidence by named parties to 1000 words and by third parties to 500 words, has passed.
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