On Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 3:55 PM, Dario Taraborelli
I replied here so other RCom members can chime in (rcom-l is publicly indexed but
That seems to be for people who are unable to
contact subjects without help.
no, that's only part of the reason why we set up these instructions, we certainly
want to support but also control who runs surveys (and how and what for)
I have looked through
-- and as far as I can tell, that is the closest thing to a research
policy which exists. Do you think there was some way which I had not
adhered to it?
that page unfortunately predates the creation of the RCom and the standard review
procedure that we introduced for SR (I added a note to the talk page to mark it as
obsolete for this reason). I appreciate that many people may have never heard about the
new SR process and that's ok, you are not the first person to be blocked and invited
to file a proposal for RCom review.
Hope this helps, let me know if you have any question