Wikipedia talk:Truce

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A lot of articles disputes (or other situations requiring a truce) are based on vandalism, or a problem user. I was attempting to provide a variety of links to cover all circumstances. However, you are the admin *salutes* Sam Spade 22:13, 3 Feb 2004 (UTC)

If something is vandalism, there shouldn't be any dispute. Vandalism can be reverted without the need for all this argument. I don't see what point you are trying to make by including it. The problem users page is not meant to exist anymore, which is why I changed the page to refer only to the new Wikipedia:requests for comment page instead. Angela. 22:52, Feb 3, 2004 (UTC)

ok Sam Spade 03:11, 12 Feb 2004 (UTC)

Strongly Agree[edit]

I personally think this is a great idea. In recent times I've been involved in a number of articles (through choice) that have resulted in stalemates or editing wars. Often when this happens an admin will lock the page, which will result in one side having the content they desire kept up. I feel that if a truce was suggested or enforced by an admin, it would lead to fresh input from other users. I think the proposal could do with some work to be a working function on Wikipedia, but I feel this could really benefit all users as time wouldn't be wasted arguing on a talk page and things getting personal. Verdict78 (talk) 20:20, 22 September 2013 (UTC)