Well i just chased down my first ever vandal (220.127.116.11 on
en.wikibooks) and i think that which ever option is taken, its going
to make tracking down cross wikivandals far easier. also if we did
that, we could presumably have a cross-wiki recent changes page which
might help protect the smaller wikis by giving them the protection
from the RC patrol from the big wikiprojects. I personaly support
version 1 or maybe 3. Anyway, best of luck to the developers.
Is it possible to create a list now of how many clashes there would be
with option 1? so that whomever(s) makes the decision are informed.
paz y amor,
On Fri, 12 Nov 2004 08:54:28 +0000, Angela <beesley(a)gmail.com> wrote:
for the Board is: Given that we have at least two, and
possibly three, implementations where there are volunteers, which one
should we choose? To me, this seems to be a matter that could be decided
by the Board; others have said that a poll will be necessary first. Either
way is fine with me - what does the Board say?
I don't feel this ought to be a board decision at the moment. I
suggest a non-binding poll of the community take place first. This can
be used to inform the developers and also to help to adjust the
current proposals for single-login. I'd rather the developer committee
came to a consensus about this issue, based on the results of the
poll, since it is them who have to create the single login feature.
There is little point in the board saying make it all magically work
for an option that is disliked by the community or not likely to be
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