Le mer 25/02/09 11:55, "Michael Bimmler" mbimm...@gmail.com a écrit: > > This is not really great to speak about this topic > again this year... but what I can say is that this decision to make a > member only wiki was by Wikimedia France a good one an the most efficient > to help members to work with each other (i.e. not only board members are > doing something). > > > That's a good point. But then, why can't this collaboration happen on > http://www.wikimedia.ch? Why do we need an > access-restricted memberswiki for that, as long as it doesn't involve > confidential > information?
Because between high-confidential (board available only) and world-wide public infos, they are a bunch of middle cases. This is a list of such topics inspired from the french member wiki "recent changes": * List of people ready to make fotos (with private informations, to be sponsored by Wikimedia France) * Multiple discussion about the next general assembly (attending list, rules change proposition, board candidatures, etc...) * Personal pages with personal informations (tel, region, etc) to simplify collaboration between members * Multiple informations about the last foundraising and discussions about the future one * Project with possible partner evaluations * Montly IRC meeting logs * Voting page about another project proposition * Organisation of a meeting with lot of details about it * Annual report draft ... in my opinion much of these cases can not take place in our wiki. Emmanuel _______________________________________________ http://wikimedia.ch Wikimedia CH website Wikimediach-l mailing list https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediach-l