On 04/05/06, Guy Chapman aka JzG <guy.chapman(a)spamcop.net> wrote:
It would be better to have a guideline which says
someone should not
even be nominated until they have passed agreed milestones, then we
can assess candidates on their merits with the knowledge that they
have passed some kind of minimum standard of wikipedian-ness.
Kind of like a speedy reject? Or more politely, a "speedy come back
later". Sounds good to me. I propose 1000 edits, including 100 outside
the article and user namespaces, and at least 500 within the article
namespace. Also minimum 3 months active participation.