I think that would depend on how you define re-writes Tom. They felt like re-writes and stuff changed.
I Incorporated a lot of people's suggestions and tried to find consensus.
I listened a lot and acted.
You are being unfair.

On 30 September 2012 12:50, Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton@gmail.com> wrote:

On Sep 30, 2012 11:25 AM, "Jon Davies" <jon.davies@wikimedia.org.uk> wrote:
> There is a terrible tendency in planning to 'never quite get there' , waiting for perfection. We have been a bit prone to that.  This plan went through four re-writes over about the same number of months. It is common sense and achievable in my view.

It didn't go through any rewrites. You just made a few tweaks around the edges between your drafts. You didn't address any of the fundamental problems. Dismissing those problems as being attempts for "perfection" confirms what I suspected at the time - you just weren't listening.

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