Wiki decision workflow; was: Some Assistance Please
sunfish62 at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 29 03:03:54 EDT 2017
So, apparently, there is a decision-making process in place. I’m not sure how it might be improved, since this is quite literally the first I have heard about it.
Since you seem to be one of the folks in charge of the decisions on the wiki, perhaps *you* might consider how to improve the process, so that you encourage engagement, rather than discourage it.
> On Apr 27, 2017, at 7:49 PM, Frank H. Ellenberger <frank.h.ellenberger at gmail.com> wrote:
> let me try to describe the current state:
> some of us watch almost daily
> to prevent spam and avoid misleading information.
> (That is the place, where your commits didn't appear in the first
> quarter year of your activity, so you were almost invisible like a ninja.)
> If we are unshure, how to handle a special case, we collect opinions on
> usually at european evening/american afternoon time.
> If a problem is more comlex, we open a bugilla entry to collect the
> different aspects.
> If we think we need a broader base to find a decision we open a thread
> at gnucash-devel if mostly contributors are affected or gnucash-user else.
> If I reedit a commit of a serious user, not a spammer, and the reason is
> not obvious by my commit, I add a note on the users talk page.
> Perhaps I should add the hint "Feel free to open a discussion on the
> respective mailing list."
> How, do you think, can we improve this?
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