User talk:Piotrus

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Please consider leaving me a message on en-Wikipedia - I log there everyday.

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-- Philippe 18:00, 16 November 2009 (UTC)[reply]

saying hey

I just wanted to say I really enjoyed your short essays at Wikipedia, particularly this one and that one. They're spot on. I stumbled onto them as I was surveying the quality task force. I figure it's important that the task forces operate separately, to avoid group think... but I'm looking forward to seeing what you guys come up with. I think there is a lot of overlap between the quality task force, and what we're working on at community health. Randomran 03:49, 26 November 2009 (UTC)[reply]

It's funny you should say that. User:Sjc has said almost the same thing. I've basically already left. I'm just back to give this a shot. I would even consider returning if this could so much as put a dent in some of Wikipedia/Wikimedia's problems. I'm trying to be optimistic. Randomran 23:18, 26 November 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Greetings

Welcome to the Strategic Planning wiki and thank you for your comments and ideas about how to enhance community health. Looking forward to hearing more of your ideas. FloNight 08:06, 26 November 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Trusted content editors

Can you take a look at User:FT2/Quality user mockups and see if that's workable,before I say anything on the thread? It doesn't have to be "perfect" as RFA aims to be, but it should be hard to game and a fairly good filter for good quality content editors.

The key aims are automation, low gameability, simplicity of experience to users, and low time needed by participants. FT2 (Talk | email) 01:38, 27 November 2009 (UTC)[reply]

Content quality

Task force/Wikipedia Quality/Content quality

Agree

I just read the essay at Wikipedia, and I agree (especially with this one: in the Natural History section the Truth-not-Verifiability mentality is very strong, likely even the dominant force). BTW: you appear to be consistently using "then" where you intend "than". - Brya 08:41, 7 December 2009 (UTC)[reply]