On Mon, 11 Jun 2018, 19:39 Gerard Meijssen,
> When you add the animosity when you come with arguments that are not
> considered, it is too much.
Lack of mutual listening is a constant in our movement that I would like to
address one way or another. The animosity depends more on your
You read me wrong. I am not happy because in contrast to you I find that
meta is too much of a time sync. To follow the diverse conversations that
are taking place it almost takes a full time job. When you add the
animosity when you come with arguments that are not considered, it is too
Thanks for your words, they matter to me!
I took a look to the page that you linked and I did some changes (I
explained them on the talk page), I hope you are ok with them.
In principle it is a good idea, but as always a group of people is needed
to put it in practice, and it doesn't
One reason why you do not get much traction is because many people, myself
included, found that there is little purpose in spending time on Meta. It
is time spend in a frustrating way and it hardly ever results in the kind
of results you hope for. The time necessary to keep up with what is
I think a lot of us care. I wish you well!
Some time ago I tried to put some thoughts around volunteering at the WMF.
I thought it needed to be better planed / managed.
I could not get enough interest to progress the conversation.
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