[WikiEN-l] Counter-Stupidity Unit (was Worst. Userbox. Ever.)
macgyvermagic at gmail.com
Mon Feb 6 11:01:31 UTC 2006
On 2/6/06, David Gerard <dgerard at gmail.com> wrote:
> Peter Mackay wrote:
> >If you don't want to get involved, and I can appreciate that you have
> >things to do than be continually stamping out stupid little fires, why
> >get (say) half a dozen editors you trust to have sensible heads on their
> >shoulders, point them in the direction of the stupid little problem and
> >them to keep an eye on it. Pick a different half-dozen each time. Think
> >it as an unofficial jury duty. Solid, steady, experienced editors are
> >to do the right thing, quench the flames, monitor the situation and if
> >things get out of hand, they will call for assistance from their own
> >resources. In effect, they put the thing on their watchlists.
> That's pretty much what I'm asking for ;-) Preferably people less
> inclined than me to call a spade a fucking shovel.
> - d.
:) Is blatant disregard for established policy also included in stupidity?
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