- that rules be collectively worked on, so that
concerns voiced by non-supporters are taken into
account. For this, I hope that many editors join the
future project so that we all work on it.
Obviously; however, many of the objections were not "actionable", that is,
they did not refer to any specific policy, but to the project as a whole
as being undesirable. Any actionable objections shall be discussed in the
usual wiki manner.
I would suggest that we try to contact some
interested journalists and possibly have them join a
sort of advisory board. What do you think ?
Advisory as in giving advice - absolutely. But not in setting the policy
or being called upon to arbitrate matters of user conduct.