Talk:Task force/Recommendations/Community health 4
I like the focus on Wikiproject because I want to highlight them. But I think that we might want to make it clear that we see the usefulness for all types of collabortive projects. Some other wikis such as Wikisource primarily do there collaboration under other names. [FloNight]
- Yes, we should try to be as all-encompassing as possible, unfortunately I'm not really familiar enough with the other projects, I don't have much insight into how they gather into sub-groups. --Bodnotbod 13:11, 9 January 2010 (UTC)
join this activity
I am sorry to change final recommendation and add our ideas. I just found this activity.
I am not clear understand the process.
Are we going to integrate these ideas in more detailed proposal?
How I can join this activity? - [Achech]
- Well, what can I tell you? Ideally you just get on with it, be nice to people, try to gather consensus for your ideas, put them forward and hope that people will come with you. Unfortunately I have to say I'm not keen on your additions to the recommendation. I sense that English is not your first language and that you're struggling to articulate your ideas. Can you write here more about what you are hoping to achieve? Perhaps I can collaborate with you and try to tidy it up a little. --Bodnotbod 19:24, 19 January 2010 (UTC)
(Sorry for the double post...) I understand the wish for integrating social networking features into the wiki site, as it allows for more direct discussing of issues evolving, but I have a fear: The fear, that it would lead to more closed groups of editors of an article, collaborating only amongst themselves, and rigorously protecting "their" articles from anyone else' edits. Can anyone refute that argument? Nageh 12:08, 9 February 2010 (UTC)
- It's cool. Here's your double reply :) A lot of people have raised this concern. So much will depend on implementation. Something like a profile page won't have much of a downside. But a friendlist or grouplist has more risks. If I have anything to do with it, social networking won't become a tool to create armies and factions. But I have no clue what the Foundation is working on now. Randomran 15:19, 9 February 2010 (UTC)
Discussion within watchlist
I'm not sure I agree with this. Unlike Twitter chatting, Wikimedia projects' talk pages should be focused on the respective content pages; we have already too many users who participate in discussions with their biases instead of commenting actual articles content to improve it. I don't know... --Nemo 16:33, 16 August 2010 (UTC)