On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 1:30 AM, Phil Nash <pn007a2145(a)blueyonder.co.uk>
Sorry, my experience is different; there are some
problems go on, and on, and on, yet are tolerated, because they
"good content". But the overhead to others drains volunteer resources.
I can raise you on that - there are editors whose behavioral problems
go on and on, and yet they are tolerated because Wikipedia should be
free for all, and besides if one person has fights with ten different
people, then those ten people should stop ganging up on him...
Absolutely, and that one "super editor" will be defended by people with
their own agenda.
This is the basic reason why, instead of working out the minor technical
trouble I was having with AWB which curtailed my useful work, I took it as a
handy excuse to cut way back on my involvement.
I haven't been called a "nasty little Tony Sidaway sidekick" for months
months: I don't know what Tony thinks about it, but I for one don't miss it
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