[Tagging] A modest proposal to increase the usefulness of the tagging list

Simon Poole simon at poole.ch
Sun Jun 2 09:38:20 UTC 2019

I'm suggesting that everybody is grown up enough to self limit themselves. Outside of that, when in doubt a quick look at the months archive is all that is really needed.


Am 2. Juni 2019 11:11:36 MESZ schrieb Jo <winfixit at gmail.com>:
>Who's going to keep the tally? Maybe we need an actual tool to help
>this (I'm not proposing to write one or figure what could be used for
>so). But what if the 4 proposals are reached? Or someone feels the need
>post 40 comments during a month? How do we stop the flood?
>On Sun, Jun 2, 2019 at 10:49 AM Simon Poole <simon at poole.ch> wrote:
>> As a reader of this list I'm slightly overwhelmed by it right now.
>> Besides the longish off topic discussions that should have been held
>> somewhere else, we've had a massive increase in the number of
>> and comments on these. As these typically will require looking at the
>> proposal, potentially commenting on its talk page and here, the
>> in noise has led to even a cursory examination of proposals for
>> flaws (see the police proposal) not being possible at the current
>> of a new proposal every second day.
>> In the interest of keeping the list at least half usable, I would
>> suggest that we all, starting now, voluntarily submit to:
>> - not posting more than 30 times per month (the 30 comes from the WMF
>> mailing lists, where it seems to work quite well)
>> - not more than one proposal per person per month
>> - not more than 4 new proposals per month in total
>> Simon
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