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Who has the final say in editing disputes on Wikipedia?

Typically you end up with a giant so-called "request for comment" or similar which is eventually closed by an uninvolved administrator. That decision is then implemented. The "mass ...
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How do I message Google Document collaborators?

The only way I know to notify collaborators in a way I am certain they will receive without opening the document is to use the menu option: File > Email collaborators...
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What happens when someone changes a Wikipedia page?

Depends on which Wikipedia you are talking about; on English only a small fraction of pages use flagged revisions (it's a protection measure that gets enabled when a page gets abused or gets lots of ...
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Who has the final say in editing disputes on Wikipedia?

Here I would probably divide it into disputes and discussions. In disputes, it usually happens that both sides see it through to the end, that is, both sides put in the time and it comes to some kind ...
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Who has the final say in editing disputes on Wikipedia?

Discussions rarely end in "requests for comment". Are you referring to any discussion in specific? The English Wikipedia follows a community norm called "BOLD, Revert, Discuss" (...
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Hold position relative to content in a rapidly changing Google Docs document with many editors

This is a huge problem for me, not because it bothers me, but because it bothers others who I collaborate with on meeting agendas and the like. They want to lock down our documents, or use static ...
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