The following question, Does the Fram's ban on Wikipedia seem similar to recent events? What can Stack Exchange learn from it? by Rebecca J. Stones has been locked by a moderator. No comments can be posted beneath a locked question and it cannot be voted on, currently the question stands 112 upvotes vs 24 downvotes. No new answers can be posted until the question is unlocked.
This is the third time a mod has intervened on this specific post and imposed their evaluation. Journeyman said in a comment, unfortunately hidden unless one opens the entire rolling blind:
Moderator actions aside - this post has been closed and reopened at least twice by the community. I'm pretty sure this is going to get asked about, and meta discussion will happen. I don't see close/reopen wars as healthy so... folks, lets work this out before we go through another few cycles of closing and reopening. – Journeyman Geek♦ 21 hours ago
I duly note that the question had three reopen votes when I last checked yesterday. In the review queue three users against one confirmed it should remain closed, but there was always a chance that two more users, with the necessary rep, could have cast their reopen votes.
Those three reopen votes have since disappeared, and I do not understand why.
Someone might say I should just let sleeping dogs lie. Yet, @Rebecca Rebecca J. Stones' question was not among the most controversial, it was and still is on-topic because it compares how two different managements banned or removed someone's title. It is not focused on Wikipedia incident because the OP repeatedly compares the Wikipedia's banning Fram with the firing of Monica Cellio.
Could Stack Exchange have learned from Wikipedia's event which occurred in June, 2019? Did both companies commit serious errors? Were either one professional and transparent?
In my opinion, the post should be reopened but first it must be unlocked. I would appreciate hearing what other users think.
The question was unlocked on Nov 27th, and reopened on Nov 28th.