Proposal talk:Rewriting of oversight policy
Is this correct?
I'm not familiar with meta's oversight practices, but I've reported quite a few items for oversight on EN wiki, and I've never had an oversight request refused because the personal data involved wasn't about me. WereSpielChequers 22:18, 22 October 2009 (UTC)
- w:Wikipedia:Requests for oversight does definitely not fit in with the oversight policy of the Wikimedia Foundation (not meta!). Some of enwiki's guidelines, when oversight actions could be done, are neglecting the will of Board of Trustees. That's curious, I will have a look at it later. Kind regards and thanks, DerHexer 01:42, 26 October 2009 (UTC)
Is this still relevant?
We've changed 2 things in the oversight policy in recent weeks through community discussion - that is the way to carry this forward if there is anything outstanding. This is a standard proposal and has nothing to do with large-scale strategy over the long term for the Wikimedia movement. Mike.lifeguard | @meta 02:04, 15 November 2009 (UTC)
- It's at least for me not anylonger relevant. But please confer FloNight below. Kind regards, DerHexer 11:13, 30 January 2010 (UTC)
This proposal highlights the need for better ways to collaborate about crosswiki policies to make sure that needed changes get addressed promptly and that most of the people interested in the topic are alerted to the policy review discussion. FloNight 09:51, 26 November 2009 (UTC)