--- Sj <2.718281828(a)gmail.com> wrote:
By the way, we may be slowly countering our own
systemic bias, but
are still enormous geeks -- half of the positions are related to
technology! And the rest to money, glory, and the Law. Content
usability must fit in somewhere... I suppose those are too
and important to have made the list, rather than too boring and
silent. Still, a usability group and a content quality group are
needed; and similar officers would have work enough to stay busy.
I also suggest that mediation, and mentoring get contact points.
Mediation I think would be an aggregator role, with added
responsibility to formulate guidelines for mediators.
Mentor would really coordinate efforts to increase mentoring activity
among members, with the end-result that content quality will
increases (hopefully) and that less friction will occur. This role
could also contribute to the creation of material geared at educators
that want theirs students to experience wikipedia.
Perhaps I would also look for "government relations" to act as the
liason point for establishing and maintaining relations with
government bodies, from education and cultural institutions to
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