---- Referring to another thread
but i don't want to even more hijack jidanni.... and continuing
under a new
Ryan Lane wrote on Wed Jan 18 23:59:41
So, this will be my last comment on this.
In the time frame we had to implement this, it wasn't possible to do a
100% blackout that would have been completely impenetrable. There were
a number of suggestions that could have blacked everything out
completely, but very, very likely would have broken things in a way
that would have lasted more than the blackout period.
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 ?
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 difficult part.
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.