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This policy describes what to do when you have a dispute with another editor. See [[FamilySearch Wiki:Etiquette Guidelines]] and read the advice from Wikipedia about {{wpd|Wikipedia:Staying cool when the editing gets hot|Staying cool when the editing gets hot}}.
 
This policy describes what to do when you have a dispute with another editor. See [[FamilySearch Wiki:Etiquette Guidelines]] and read the advice from Wikipedia about {{wpd|Wikipedia:Staying cool when the editing gets hot|Staying cool when the editing gets hot}}.
  

Revision as of 11:02, 18 November 2009

Green check.png This page explains a policy, a widely accepted standard that all contributors should normally follow. Changes made to it should reflect consensus.

Please visit the talk page to add comments or suggestions for further development of the policy.

Dispute resolution
Avoid disputes
Tips to avoid disputes
Mediation
Mediation Policy
Mediation Committee
Request mediation
Arbitration
Community Council
Remedies
Editing restrictions
General sanctions

This policy describes what to do when you have a dispute with another editor. See FamilySearch Wiki:Etiquette Guidelines and read the advice from Wikipedia about Staying cool when the editing gets hot.

When disputes arise between community members they are strongly encouraged to talk together and resolve their differences without using Mediation or Arbitration.

Options to explore before requesting formal mediation or as a last resort arbitration include:

  • Ask for a third opinion
  • Ask about the subject
  • Ask about a policy
  • Request a comment
  • Informal mediation