I understand your concern, but consider this: we are a group of GNU
   maintainers setting up a service for use by GNU maintainers to work on
   GNU.  In that sense, I think it’s fair to say we’re not misusing the 

You are misusing the trust given by the GNU project by harvesting
member information and using it for non-GNU purposes.  Nobody gave you
the right to use that information, in any shape or form.

   I think this should eventually become wiki.gnu.org or meta.gnu.org
   because that’s where it belongs.  It hasn’t been possible yet (we asked
   GNU sysadmins and the FSF), but I’m sure we’ll get there.

The idea of a GNU wiki has been already rejected.

The social contract you suggest has also been rejected, simply because
we do not nor will we require members to accept such a document when
they become GNU maintainers or volunteers.

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