By the way, I listened twice to the "advertisement" issue (number 3 or
4) and thought it very interesting. I recommand you try it :-)
Andrew Lih wrote:
As Ilario said, let's try to open our minds a bit
and discard the
baggage from previous "Wikicouncil" concepts.
I'd also like to offer whatever the WikipediaWeekly
) podcast/audiocast can help in this
matter. We've thought for a while a "town hall" live Skypecast might
be useful for certain issues, with board members and other chapter
heads taking part. This, and the vision/mission statement drafting,
might be a good issue to start with. We've already had folks like
Delphine, Kurt and Jimbo, on the podcast.
On 11/21/06, Ilario Valdelli <valdelli(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>Too many words... and too many "unquoted" words. Plz quote.
>I agree with Anthere. Please extends your mind. For some reality the
>wikicouncil it's a way to understand other realities...
>I know that to have a space in Wikipedia people *must* have a space in
>English Wikipedia, besides English Wikipedia it's 50% of Wiki**** and
>the Wikicouncil could be the way to understand that we are at crossroad:
>still remains a localized and focused project... to become an
>heterogeneous project (not globalized, but heterogeneous).
>The Wikicouncil could be the way to understand that there are other
>realities and to offer to the board an ear given to these.
>Is there a "digital divide" in Wiki*****. Yes, there is and it's could
>be a big problem. Plz, think about this situation... the special means
>to go over the "Digital Divide" has got a special "Digital Divide"
>>Thanks for not killing ideas in the egg. That's not helpful in the long
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