[Tagging] Changing proposal process rules - RFC

Peter Elderson pelderson at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 13:22:35 UTC 2021


Procedural change will not solve anything, I think.

Peter Elderson


Op wo 6 jan. 2021 om 14:16 schreef Mateusz Konieczny via Tagging <
tagging at openstreetmap.org>:

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> Jan 6, 2021, 13:45 by zelonewolf at gmail.com:
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> Rather than eliminating voices, we should be focused on attracting more
> voters and more diverse perspectives, ideally at the RFC stage, before
> the vote. Perhaps if we work on making tagging proposals more organized
> and discoverable, we can lessen the burden on proposers to canvass for
> votes (which can skew any vote because our communication channels are so
> fragmented).
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> +1
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> I dislike the fact that RFC and voting announcements are mixed with
> general discussion on the tagging list.  I think many people prefer not to
> subscribe to the list because it is high volume, but would be interested in
> subscribing to a list that only has RFC/vote announcements.  I would be in
> favor of a separate mailing list that people could subscribe to for just
> those announcements.  The key would be moderating that list in such a way
> that only announcements are posted there while discussion still happens on
> tagging in the usual way.
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> +1
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> It would also make easier to replicate announcements to other channels.
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> Though maybe page on wiki would be better for that?
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