On 13 February 2016 at 13:50, Pete Forsyth <petefors...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am sure Siko chose all her words carefully, and I encourage anyone who
> hasn't to read and consider her message carefully.[1] But for now, I'll
> limit my comments to the sentence quoted above -- and specifically, the
> second of the four values Siko chose to identify.
> Integrity must be a core value for any organization. Any effort of multiple
> people to work toward a common goal must protect integrity as a baseline
> value. It is so central and obvious, in my view, that we Wikimedians have
> managed to neglect adding it to the central expressions of our values we
> have produced over the years.

On a related note, a few weeks ago I started putting together a set of
pages on Meta-Wiki about Values.

The pages most relevant to this discussion are:




Discussion is much welcome on the talk pages, especially if people are
interested in collaborating on a process for the latter.

Guillaume Paumier

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