We wanted to remove Superprotect. Superprotect set up a precedent of mistrust, and this is something it was really important for us to remove, to at least come back to the baseline of a relationship where we're working together, we're one community, to create a better process. To make sure we can move together faster, and to make sure everybody is part of that process, everybody is part of that conversation, and not just us at the Wikimedia Foundation." 
- Candidates in the 2015 Board of Trustees election were asked about Superprotect: Wikimedia Foundation elections/Board elections/2015/Questions/1#Use of Superprotect and respect for community consensus
- "'Superprotect': Wikimedia behält das letzte Wort bei Wikipedia" (Super Protect: Wikimedia has the last word at Wikipedia)
- "Superschutz: Wikimedia-Stiftung zwingt deutschen Nutzern Mediaviewer auf" (Superprotection: Wikimedia Foundation forcing Media Viewer on German users)
- "Wikipedia: Superprotect-Streit spitzt sich zu" (Wikipedia: Superprotect dispute escalates).
- English Wikipedia's Signpost, August 2014: Media Viewer controversy spreads to German Wikipedia
- Slashdot, August 21, 2014: Latest Wikipedia Uproar Over 'Superprotection'
- The Register, September 2014 (prior to delivery of the letter): Jimbo tells Wikipedians: You CAN'T vote to disable 'key software features'
- The Epoch Times covered the issue (without specifically naming it) and the letter in April 2015: Wikipedia's Crisis of Identity
- English Wikipedia's Signpost, August 2015: Superprotect one year later
- English Wikipedia's Signpost, November 2015: Superprotect is Gone
- Mike Linksvayer, a Wikipedian and former Vice President of Creative Commons, mentioned Superprotect in the context of governance and community dynamics, May 2015: Democratizing Wikimedia Innovation
- Op-ed by Pete Forsyth on the removal of Superprotect and what it means, November 2015