I agree with Nado -- this isn't important news. It's more of the same.
And it certainly doesn't "rise above the fray" in terms of the Crisis in the Church. It belongs in that subforum like everything else.
There's a reason we have different subfora for different topics.
Some people are interested in the play-by-play in the Conciliar Church, others (like myself) couldn't care less. We've written off the Conciliar Church hierarchy as a bunch of modernist heretics that need conversion. I'm waiting for that conversion. In the meantime, I waste none of my valuable time keeping an eye on their daily actions.
I don't even care if they technically hold their offices or not. It's irrelevant to me as a Traditional Catholic. I will be receiving my Mass and Sacraments from Traditional priests only, via supplied jurisdiction. Whether or not they are valid popes/cardinals/bishops, they aren't my shepherds and I'm keeping my Faith by avoiding them! If they're valid, they must be disobeyed to follow God. If they are not valid, they still must be disobeyed as impostors. In either case, I should show some respect for them as human beings (as non-condemned, non-judged potential children of God)
So what's the difference? How does it behoove me to argue, study, etc. about something beyond my pay grade, like the status of the Papacy?