Recent issues have made it clear to me that certain ideas, which one would think should be common sense, need to be explicitly stated in Wookieepedia policy. -- Darth Culator(Talk)(Kills) 14:32, 26 January 2007 (UTC)
"In many cases, changes to wiki-wide policy and/or changes to individual articles are determined by consensus. In the absence of consensus, these issues may be settled by a majority or supermajority of Wookieepedians polled (as mediated by one or more administrators).
When an issue is settled by either of these methods, attempts by any individual to counteract or violate these decisions without community support (as determined by a renewed discussion of the issue with participation equal to or greater than the original discussion) will be considered vandalism under the blocking policy."
Users who have been punished should not whine about it. MyNz 1:09, 27 January 2007 (UTC)
Maybe change the wording from "vandalism" to "disruptive editing", since the people going against consensus are actually trying to improve articles (even if they are wrong.)—Silly Dan(talk) 05:10, 27 January 2007 (UTC)
I think we need to include "knowingly" or some similar language in there to protect new users who, not having read the hurly-burly on the Talk page or CT thread, try to improve the article by doing something verboten. They're not being vandals, they just haven't gotten the latest word from on high. jSarek 12:06, 29 January 2007 (UTC)