Thanks for the note, Sam. Your advice to me is very wise. I've said
and seen about all that I want to, save one more post. You'll see it
in the next few minutes.
On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 5:46 PM, Samuel Klein <meta.sj(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Lila: Thank you kindly for these recent notes. It is wonderful to
hear your thoughts on your first weeks.
Wil: Working through public, logged forums is a fine principle; one
that I try to follow myself. It helps avoid misunderstandings.
Pete Forsyth writes:
I'd like to suggest that Wil's access to
this email list be blocked, at
least as a temporary measure... I suspect that consensus among
active Wikimedians would be pretty strong at this point.
Pete: That is a wholly uncalled for suggestion; reckless, if you
would. Please be kind. As you can see from the comments of others,
there is no such consensus, mainly just requests to slow down.
Erik Moeller writes:
As a reminder, this list has an official
"soft limit" of 30 posts per [month]
Wil Sinclair writes:
just for guidance here- should I not publicly
respond to those
who have publicly address me or talked about my actions or words
I find it helpful to quote and briefly respond to many posts of
interest in a thread, in a single reply (as I did here). And I try to
make 5 edits to a project for every post, to keep a balanced
(PS: Victor, the A. Dewey Wikireader Project always makes me smile.
Thank you for mentioning it here. :-)
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