[Foundation-l] Steward elections
effe iets anders
effeietsanders at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 22:33:42 UTC 2007
If you consider three projects to be your home project, you shouldn't
edit rights on those projects as a steward :) I think that stewards
should more or less be able to determine for themselves what their
home projects are, and where confusion of roles comes into play.
2007/11/12, teun spaans <teun.spaans op gmail.com>:
> This sounds like a rather vague rule to me.
> I dont consider nomination, but i'm most regularly activbe on 3 projects. I
> dont consider anyone especially as my home project.
> How should i choose between them?\
> Wouldnt is be better to change the rule into something like: on all projects
> where the steward is active more than once a day on average?
> 2007/11/12, Guillaume Paumier <guillom.pom op gmail.com>:
> > On Nov 12, 2007 4:31 PM, Andre Engels <andreengels op gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > I'm considering nominating, but I have an issue with one of the
> > > guidelines: "Don't change rights on your own project" - what counts as
> > > your 'own' project here? Depending on the definition this could either
> > > mean nothing (no project is of one person) or forbid me from doing
> > > anything on Wikipedia (I have a user page on almost all languages).
> > > The remark that this also holds for members of local arbitration
> > > committees makes me think it's closer to the first, and then I really
> > > wonder why this rule exists - if the definition of 'own project' is so
> > > narrow that people can be a member of the arbitration committee on a
> > > project that's not their own project, then what people are there who
> > > _do_ have a project that would be called their own project?
> > "Own project" means "home project". This is a very strong policy for
> > stewards to prevent them from changing rights of a user on the project
> > where
> > they are the most active, unless this user requests it explicitely. I'm
> > sure
> > you understand that this policy is necessary to avoid bias.
> > --
> > Guillaume Paumier
> > [[m:User:guillom]]
> > "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have
> > imagined." Henry David Thoreau
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