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On Jul 27, 2016 08:46, "Dan Garry" <dga...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
> Hey Pine,
> On 27 July 2016 at 08:25, Pine W <wiki.p...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm not sure that I agree with you. The Board and Lila ignored some
> > inquiries that I made on Meta. Discussions on this mailing list seem to
> > attract at least as much good-faith participation as discussions on
> Meta. I
> > would suggest that inquiries could be made in either venue, and the Board
> > can simply acknowledge and collect them for action during the governance
> > review.
> If I'm understanding, you're saying that you've previously left questions
> on Meta which ended up going unanswered, and therefore you'd prefer to ask
> questions on this mailing list to increase your chances of a response.
> Increasing the number of open channels of communication also increases the
> burden of monitoring those channels to ensure that nothing goes missing.
> Therefore, trying to engage in two places will likely increase the chance
> of something going missing, rather than decreasing. This is likely why
> Nataliia has asked that feedback be given in a single location, so that she
> can be sure that she can see any feedback or questions that are given. I
> would encourage you to try engaging on Meta, as Nataliia suggests, rather
> than here, to reduce the chances that something goes missing or ignored.
> Dan Garry
> Lead Product Manager, Discovery
> Wikimedia Foundation
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