2009/3/2 Mike Godwin <mnemonic(a)gmail.com>om>:
Steve Smith writes:
My strong belief is that the Foundation can make
*suggestions* to the
community about what content policy should be, but that *it
must remain up
to the community whether to adopt such policies and how to enforce them*.
How is this reconcilable with Foundation issue #1:
I'm unclear as to how it seems inconsistent to you. Can you explain what you
think is unreconciled? I assume you recognize that NPOV has been adopted by
the Wikipedia community and is enforced by it (and not by the Foundation).
But it is on a page described as "Foundation issues", which makes it
sounds like a WMF thing. Apparently it actually means "foundation" in
the sense of the bottom of a building, rather than the WMF, if so that
should probably be changed. It is rather confusing.