[Foundation-l] [Announcement] Welcome to the advisory group
gerard.meijssen at gmail.com
Sun Jan 28 16:13:22 UTC 2007
There are many people who could make a valuable contribution to this
advisory board. You apparently have yours and I do not even know Sunir
Shah.There are other people on this board that I do not really know
either. I have some people that I would like to see included.
The point is not who is not on it, the point is are the people on this
list complementary in stead of all being in the same mould. When this is
a great list of people, celebrate them. When there are people who are
complementary, suggest them in a nice, even private way. Your
indignation does not work for me, quite the contrary.
Jussi-Ville Heiskanen schreef:
> The list is excellent. The only mile-wide glaring omission from it
> that I can think of, is Sunir Shah. What happened? Was he asked and
> refused a position on the advisory board?
> On 1/28/07, David Gerard <dgerard at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 28/01/07, Florence Devouard <anthere at anthere.org> wrote:
>>> As decided last august, we set up an advisory group according to
>>> resolution http://wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/Resolution:Advisory_board
>>> You'll find the entire list here:
>> Excellent selections!
>> What sort of thing would we bug them with, through what channel?
>> I'm wondering on the issue of setting up an "editorial concerns"
>> channel for English Wikipedia, our vastly successful and troublesome
>> child. Mathias Schindler floated the idea after the Microsoft press in
>> the past few days and I repeated the suggestion on Friday.
>> I can't say I'm having great success or a wave of people going "Hell
>> yes, that's a great idea! I'll volunteer to help monitor that!"
>> Evidently I'm just not using something that the cats think is tuna.
>> HELP NEEDED.
>> Having an editorial concerns channel is I think an obviously nice idea; how
>> deal with the likely flood of crap^Wless valid concerns and the lack
>> of a wave of volunteers going "hell yes, I'll watch it" is another
>> matter. How would this remarkable selection of social website experts
>> suggest we attract and keep the volunteers for it? I'm at a loss.
>> - d.
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