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'''Daniel Brandt''' is best known for operating the now-offline site "Wikipedia Watch". His site revealed the identities of many Wikipedians.<ref>Wikipedia Watch: (http://www.wikipedia-watch.org/ domain name parked as of 2017)</ref>
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'''Daniel Brandt''' is best known for operating the now-offline [[website]] "Wikipedia Watch". His site revealed the identities of many Wikipedians.<ref>Wikipedia Watch: (http://www.wikipedia-watch.org/ domain name parked as of 2017)</ref>
  
 
== Wikipedia biography deletion wheel-war and arbitration case ==
 
== Wikipedia biography deletion wheel-war and arbitration case ==
Brandt's article on Wikipedia was repeatedly deleted and restored, which eventually led to an arbitration case before the Arbitration Committee;<ref name=ArbCom>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Requests_for_arbitration/Daniel_Brandt_deletion_wheel_war Wikipedia Arbitration case]</ref> the "highest tier" of the administrator-run site.<ref>Kohs, Gregory. [http://www.examiner.com/wiki-edits-in-national/wikipedia-arbitration-committee-member-resigns-under-plagiarism-cloud "Wikipedia Arbitration Committee member resigns under plagiarism cloud"], Examiner.com, 1 November 2010</ref> The Arbitration Committee claims that their role on Wikipedia is to "impose binding solutions to disputes between editors, primarily for serious conduct disputes the community has been unable to resolve."<ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Arbitration_Committee Wikipedia Arbitration Committee page]</ref> this practice on Wikipedia is known as "wheel-warring", and is "looked down" upon by the Wikipedia community.<ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Administrators Wikipedia administrator policy]</ref>
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Brandt's article on [[Wikipedia]] was repeatedly deleted and restored, which eventually led to an arbitration case before the Arbitration Committee;<ref name=ArbCom>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Requests_for_arbitration/Daniel_Brandt_deletion_wheel_war Wikipedia Arbitration case]</ref> the "highest tier" of the administrator-run site.<ref>Kohs, Gregory. [http://www.examiner.com/wiki-edits-in-national/wikipedia-arbitration-committee-member-resigns-under-plagiarism-cloud "Wikipedia Arbitration Committee member resigns under plagiarism cloud"], Examiner.com, 1 November 2010</ref> The Arbitration Committee claims that their role on Wikipedia is to "impose binding solutions to disputes between [[editor]]s, primarily for serious conduct disputes the community has been unable to resolve."<ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Arbitration_Committee Wikipedia Arbitration Committee page]</ref> this practice on Wikipedia is known as "wheel-warring", and is "looked down" upon by the Wikipedia community.<ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Administrators Wikipedia administrator policy]</ref>
  
 
Thrice in October 2005, Brandt's article was deleted for notability reasons;<ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special%3ALog&type=delete&user=&page=Daniel+Brandt Daniel Brandt article deletion log]</ref> this was not part of the conflict.<ref name=ArbCom/>
 
Thrice in October 2005, Brandt's article was deleted for notability reasons;<ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special%3ALog&type=delete&user=&page=Daniel+Brandt Daniel Brandt article deletion log]</ref> this was not part of the conflict.<ref name=ArbCom/>

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Daniel Brandt is best known for operating the now-offline website "Wikipedia Watch". His site revealed the identities of many Wikipedians.[1]

Wikipedia biography deletion wheel-war and arbitration case

Brandt's article on Wikipedia was repeatedly deleted and restored, which eventually led to an arbitration case before the Arbitration Committee;[2] the "highest tier" of the administrator-run site.[3] The Arbitration Committee claims that their role on Wikipedia is to "impose binding solutions to disputes between editors, primarily for serious conduct disputes the community has been unable to resolve."[4] this practice on Wikipedia is known as "wheel-warring", and is "looked down" upon by the Wikipedia community.[5]

Thrice in October 2005, Brandt's article was deleted for notability reasons;[6] this was not part of the conflict.[2]

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  • encyclopediadramatica.se/Daniel_Brandt/Wikipedia - Archive of WP entry. (Warning: site has ads and popups and other pages that are not family-friendly)