Maybe a *really* representative Board ? Where do you
think the resistance to Board decisions come from ?
--- Angela <beesley(a)gmail.com> a écrit :
On 9/24/05, Tim Starling
I created 5 new Wikipedias in June because I
received a request from a
Wikimedia Board member. If I receive another such
specific request, I'll
carry it out. I do that out of loyalty to them,
not because I think it
contributes to our mission.
I doubt you'll get another such request since I've
been told that new
language wikis is not a Board issue and I shouldn't
decisions on these or asking developers to start
them. What people
fail to realise is that if the Board doesn't take
these decisions (and
perhaps they're right and the Board shouldn't) -
then who is going to
take them? There is increasingly resistance to the
anything, but also resistance to them delegating any
may have had, which is just leading to stagnation.
So, who should be
taking the decision on new language wikis (and also
on new projects),
especially when no
has ever been agreed upon?
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