[Tagging] No proposal labeling

M∡rtin Koppenhoefer dieterdreist at gmail.com
Mon Aug 30 11:08:02 BST 2010

Am 30. August 2010 08:08 schrieb Matthias Meißer <digi_c at arcor.de>:
>>  multitude of options to choose from
> Yes ok but the problem with this options is that the brainstorming process
> is so distributed and for every channel you need logon etc. For me for
> example I dont like mailinglists that much just cause of the push
> communication form.
> So I thaught that the pros of a wiki is its united caracter but I understand
> that there are people that dont like a wiki, too.

I see it like this, that the wiki is the place to document stuff.
Discussions should already have been taken place to a certain point,
but in case you have to add something important for you, there is also
the possibility for every wikipage to add remarks to the
discussion-page there.

> Well but nevertheless this is about how to cleanup the feature wiki. How can
> we improve this wiki focused approach of feature evolution either
> proposed/vote based or not?

you're still insisting on proposed/voted nevertheless you were told
that parts of the community (myself excluded) don't  like/support it.
Some people try to sneak in features to the main feature list (hence
violating the community rules that only widely accepted and in-use
features should be added), but mostly this will not succeed,
especially when they are disputed features, because someone will
remove them. I don't see a point in removing undisputed features from
the list though, just because they don't meet some formal criteria.

Additionally according to my experiences, most of the confusion is not
arising by new features, but by redefinition or amendment of already
existing ones.


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