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Findings, conclusions and recommendations by Piotrus (as of 26 Nov)

Ah, minor correction perhaps. I'm looking at all aspects, but mostly, what is the most we can do for quality, with 2 - 4 recommendations, that will have strong persistent effects. I think I have said clearly that this includes improving the environment for longer standing users, giving them further skills and help. So we agree there. Where we've differed isn't in what's desirable, but that goals like "Make Arbcom be nicer" or "Set up 3 x CIV as a limit" are in suggestion terms, dead ends. Too narrow, too detailed, unlikely to gain the level of culture change needed, unlikely to have the pervasive effect a task like this is looking for. We agree on goals. I just say those specific approaches are too "slim". Hope that clarifies.

FT2 (Talk | email)06:33, 27 November 2009

This all makes sense but I fear that the detail level is way too far along for the process. I would like to see more big picture, focused thinking that addresses the infrastructure rather than negotiating exact details at this point. It is good to keep thinking about this and typing it in, however could you focus that same energy and brain power on an assessment of what exists, followed by looking at the whole and then component pieces to assess what works in a Quality framework?

Not dissing anyone, just trying to redirect a bit.

Bhneihouse17:48, 28 November 2009

At the very least I suggest we don't discard the more general recommendations; perhaps somebody can make them more practical.

Piotrus05:09, 30 November 2009

practical, yes. That is my destination as well.

Bhneihouse05:16, 30 November 2009