I agree with you here. Various things need *both* community and board
involvement, like "new projects" and "fundraising ideas". That is
problem, Wikimedia and the Foundation do, most of the time (as they should)
go hand-in-hand. I wouldn't mind a new list, but I don't feel that we
completely need one.
On 8/10/07, Erik Moeller <erik(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
On 8/10/07, Brianna Laugher <brianna.laugher(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I want a community-l list for much of the
discussion that currently
has nowhere to go but foundation-l.
That's a bit limited of a definition. ;-) Could you make a bullet
point list of example topics and where they should go in such a setup?
E.g., "new project proposal", "chapter report", "fundraising
It seems that unless we can well-specify what the topics of each list
would be, it would be an arbitrary split which would mean that
interested people would be subscribed to both lists, anyway.
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