The city can teach Wikipedia how to solve edit war. The answer is POPA/
is monitored by several algorithms which help active users to react quickly to questionable activities at certain pages. Although it is possible to hide an edit war
by simply adding information that will completely change ideas of previous authors instead of bringing the article back to its earlier version. This process can go on forever until a higher-ranking user blocks his opponent. Although this kind of hierarchy goes against the principle of equality at Wikipedia
Mandatesand authority in the city are even more unbalanced, and one of the reasons for that is the fact that property rights empower one person to have the decisive word. Private property in its classic form could prevent productive actions. "Don't touch it, it's mine!" However, the POPA (privately owned publicly accessed) concept is becoming more popular nowadays. It implies that everyone has access to the object, which has a single responsible owner. What if Wikipedia
articles got the POPA status?
It is important to mention that edit war is allowed in GitHub
largely due to the fact that each code has its own 'master'.