Collaboration across distributed groups requires clarity around rules, policies and procedures.
A contributor is behaving in a way that raises questions about their understanding of your Published Policies.
A contributor has contravened a policy and it is necessary to stop them from contributing for a short period of time.
A contributor is not adhering to the project’s Published Policies, but this is only happening when contributing to a certain topic.
It is necessary to prevent a contributor from making any contributions to the entire database
Without knowing the source of individual contributions it can be harder to monitor, converse with and recognise the work of the community