On 14 March 2016 at 22:12, Marc A. Pelletier <marc(a)uberbox.org> wrote:
On 16-03-14 05:01 PM, Vi to wrote:
Ignoring a wide community
consensus is *always* a mistake.
It is. I never advocated otherwise.
That old RfC, however, does not show a wide community consensus, let
alone a consensus of the actually impacted community.
-- Coren / Marc
You could walk in the shoes of others, as Jimbo advocates, and you
could create an RFC to show whether users prefer it, rather than
putting the burden of proof onto a community that has already
established what it wanted.
Marc just look at the German Wikipedia which recently voted for the switch
on of visual editor. It was community driven and caused no stir.
I really fail to understand that you guys always go down a confrontational
path instead of inventing a solution so all users have the option to
choose. Maybe a media tab or similar.