that is not the process PM, and the process is not yet public so
please stop discussing it here.
On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 10:08 PM, private musings
> ps. I think one of the key aspects to the proposals process that I
> bungled on is that an idea should have the support of at least 2
> members before being formally raised on the wiki.... could I ask if
> any member out there is minded to support the notion? Hope so!
> On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 10:05 PM, private musings
> <thepmacco...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> my apologies for not having followed the process.... I'll do my best
>> to read up on how to follow it properly, and then give it another go.
>> The page basically just suggested that WMAU should allow registration,
>> and therefore editing, by anyone so minded - part of my rationale is
>> that we have a bit of a problem with engagement and participation -
>> hence asking for folk currently disengaged, and non-participative to
>> pipe up mightn't be the only way forward ;-)
>> The bottom line is essentially one of principle, and our current
>> (apparent) position does continue to surprise (and yeah - amuse a wee
>> bit) - meanwhile, as I said, I'll redo my homework on how to do a
>> proposal and avoid page deletion.....
>> On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 9:43 PM, John Vandenberg <jay...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Sorry folks. That page has been deleted.
>>> Wikimedia Australia has been working on a process for proposals, and
>>> this proposal did not follow the process.
>>> The committee has talked a lot about allowing non-members to edit the
>>> wiki, and I would love a good proposal, but the one that
>>> privatemusings put up was an empty proposal.
>>> Non members can explain here why they want to be able to edit our
>>> wiki; we are listening.
>>> On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 9:35 PM, private musings <thepmacco...@gmail.com>
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I've written a proposal on the official wiki to allow registration,
>>>> and hence editing, by non-members. It's here;
>>>> I (obviously!) support such a move, and feel it would bring
>>>> considerable benefits to us as an organisation. There are various
>>>> models out there (some approaching 10 years old) which demonstrate the
>>>> success in principle of an open editing model, and I hope you might
>>>> agree that we should give it a go :-)
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