On Tue, June 12, 2007 7:34 am, Marc Riddell wrote:
> A formal day-to-day organizational structure must be created within WP if
> is to survive. Right now it is being held together by paper clips and
> bailing wire.
> Right now, the idea of such a formal structure, with specific persons
> guiding the Project, may produce anxiety in some of the Members - but this
> needn't be. Wikipedia is a unique work; its organizational structure can
> just as unique.
> I don't have an answer. I am simply trying to gather enough persons who
> recognize and care about this to put their creative heads together to find
> such an answer.
on 6/12/07 10:54 AM, Jeff Raymond at
You're spot on. Equally problematic is the fact
that more people are
coming around to this, and the old guard is trying desparately to exert
the old way by nearly any means possible.
Well, if the Community doesn't start seriously thinking about it soon -
there won't be much left to guard.
This still is our collective Project - isn't it?
"The world is too terrible a place to live in, not because of the bad things
that happen, but because of the good people who stand by and do nothing."