i did not intend to be rude. I see now there might be a lot more considerations besides
shocking visitors and editors, and there seem to have been not so much time too. Maybe i
underestimated the task.
I am impressed that you tried to process input from 1700 participants. This effort should
not go to waste.... I wonder, if this first step towards self-defense will be the last.
You also mentioned lack of time and i believe that's always the situation. So, will
there be any further evaluation of all this effort so far, of the decision process and its
supervision, and the technical options for actual taking action, and then maybe deriving a
first provisional guidelines ?
Yep, that's a good idea. We have a log of what we've been doing, and
we have a good amount of code written now as well. It's a good first
step in documenting how to do something like this in the future.
I do not imagine a catalog of predefined actions as
that could turn out to be too predictable, but rather a catalog of possible goals and
methods to achieve them, and possible technical implementations. But first before all, a
guidance about the decision process, a supervision HowTo. I think that's the most
I think quite of bit of this can be predefined.
Please understand me right. I don't want to urge.
It is only a question, from a random outsider, and if you think it was useless, just skip
It isn't useless. I'm hoping we don't have to black the site out
again, but we should be more prepared for this kind of situation in