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Wikipedia puts their policies in the Wikipedia: namespace. This separates technical help pages (how do i do this?) from policy pages (what is the established standard for this?). I think we should follow a similar model. If you disagree, start a discussion section in WebOS Internals talk:Policies and guidelines, move these comments there, and then state your reasons clearly. —X1011 03:15, 27 July 2009 (UTC)
re your NOOB page. Great job. I think it needs to be prominently linked off the front page, requiring a change to the front page template. rboatright
Magic wand should be coming up. Con census was yes. That said, before making BIG changes to the layout of the wiki, please, lets try to have a consensus of the editors. rboatright
- when I first started editing wikipedia in 2003, when it had less than 5K articles, adminship was a big deal. Jimbo didn't like that, and it wasn't long later that he made his famous "will-nilly" comment. but the simple reality is that who you choose to be part of the editorial team early on shapes the eventual outcome of the community's identity.
- Never-the-less, happy to welcome you aboard. rboatright 13:34, 28 July 2009 (UTC)
the 'editorial team' is everyone who chooses to edit the wiki. restricting adminship only makes it harder for people who want to contribute deeply. —X1011 06:00, 29 July 2009 (UTC)
still waiting on that magic wand... —X1011 02:31, 3 August 2009 (UTC)