On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 4:38 PM, Nathan <nawrich(a)gmail.com> wrote:
What I'd ask the Board is this: what do you expect
the impact of such
a resolution (referring again specifically to the image content
resolution) will be? By restating the ideology that the projects are
not censored in one resolution, and merely "urging" a minimal standard
of care in the other, is it not likely that the status quo will reign
and we'll be in the same position years from now absent some other
The important point is that it's not the role of the board to change
the status quo of a specific project in dramatic ways-- it's their job
to speak up for what they think the project should be doing.
Non-notable people shouldn't be shown on WM against their will- that
isn't controversial. There are a lot of details to work out about
when it's reasonable to infer consent and when it's not, but that's a
debate for the leadership of Commons.
So long as a project stays within the law, doesn't grossly misuse
their resources, and isn't "evil", it is free to make mistakes.