[WikiEN-l] Userbox policy achieved?
ansell.peter at gmail.com
Mon May 29 12:19:39 UTC 2006
On 5/29/06, Steve Bennett <stevagewp at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/29/06, Nick Boalch <n.g.boalch at durham.ac.uk> wrote:
> > Molu wrote:
> > ['Userbox: namespace]
> > > Are we finally at the end of the road? Or will this policy also get
> > > rejected as no consensus?
> > I don't particularly want to bring the ongoing userbox debate onto here
> > as well, but: yes, hopefully it will be rejected. Lending a false sense
> > of legitimacy to userboxes is clearly a Bad Thing.
> What's this in relation to? I haven't seen any discussion of a userbox
> name space?
> For what it's worth, I realised today the true worth of userboxes.
> There was a comment made in a project-space debate that could have
> been either insightful or simply peanut-gallery stuff. Not knowing
> which it was, I checked the user's page. Several hundred userboxes!
> That made it so much easier to ignore his comment with a clear
Why did you want to ignore any comment that you thought could have
been insightful? Thats like saying words dont matter its only who says
them. I think participants in a community should work of trying to see
the best in others comments.
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