On 19 April, the arbitration committee unbanned two editors, Ottava Rima and Prof. Carl Hewitt. Both remain subject to various editing restrictions, but are permitted to contribute within certain parameters. Welcome back.
The evidence submission phase in the Wikicology case ended on 25 April. The case has now moved to the Workshop phase, which is due to close on 2 May. Proposals made to date range from a site ban or an indefinite ban from article space, which would allow Wikicology to continue contributing to draft space, user space and talk pages, to a topic ban from biomedical and public health and policy topics.
The Gamaliel and others case is in its evidence phase, which is due to end 6 May. Developments to date include a temporary injunction prohibiting DHeyward and Gamaliel from interacting, passed on 19 April 2016, and the addition of DHeyward, Arkon and JzG as involved parties, which proved controversial on the case's talk page.
Independently of the ongoing case, on 30 April the committee made an announcement on the ArbCom noticeboard indefinitely restricting Gamaliel, "per his request", "from taking any action to enforce any arbitration decision within the GamerGate topic, broadly construed".
In an amendment to the Infoboxes arbitration case announced on 21 April, the arbitration committee rescinded three remedies applied to Pigsonthewing, who is "cautioned that the topic of infoboxes remains contentious under some circumstances and that he should edit carefully in this area."
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