[Foundation-l] Proposed guidelines in our IRC channels

henna hennar at gmail.com
Thu Oct 12 18:18:18 UTC 2006

On 10/12/06, Robert Scott Horning <robert_horning at netzero.net> wrote:
> Birgitte SB wrote:
> >I really do think your suggestion that  that "the
> >people who run the channels organise themselves to
> >agree on the rules for the benefit of all, and enforce
> >them according to the parts of the rules that detail
> >that"  is a good one.  However I do not know that the
> >people who run the channels subscribe to this list, if
> >anyone runs them at all.  Before you do anything to
> >start organize the writing of these rules, you first
> >need to identify who are "the people who run the
> >channels" or aleast identify all the channels.
> >
> >Regarding the list of IRC channels on en.WP the
> >correct title is [[en:Wikipedia:IRC channels]]
> >
> >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:IRC_Channel
> >
> >I do not believe this nomenclature is standardized
> >enough that you can guess where all the channels are
> >based off of that list and langauge codes.  And the
> >list may be considered good by wikipedia users but I
> >find it very limited as far as other projects.
> >
> >
> >Birgitte SB
> >
> >
> I would have to agree that this list is far from complete in terms of
> what is being done with other Wikimedia projects, as I know of at least
> four other channels frequented by Wikibooks users that are not listed.

try this instead:

"Maybe you knew early on that your track went from point A to B, but
unlike you I wasn't given a map at birth!" Alyssa, "Chasing Amy"

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