[mb-users] How to recognize homebrew discids
brian.brianschweitzer at gmail.com
Thu Apr 2 19:14:41 UTC 2009
Agreed there's a catch-22. But, is the solution really, though, to initiate
no-vote campaigns on a one-by-one basis in various edits, where some will
pass and some won't, rather than trying to get an RFC passed?
On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 12:39 PM, Chad Wilson <chad.wilson at gmx.net> wrote:
> On 2/04/2009 4:58 p.m., Brian Schweitzer wrote:
> > There's a small number of other types of edits I'm not too fond of,
> > but they have at least have some basis in guidelines to support them,
> > so I don't vote against them. Isn't that - whether or not to vote
> > down any edit - at least the voting half of why we have guidelines, so
> > that people vote based on a ruleset, and not just personal opinion?
> > Brian
> If I think if there was consensus on this we'd be able to have a
> guideline; but then we wouldn't have anyone making such edits so it's
> catch 22. There is no consensus, so there is no guideline... so I don't
> see that we have any other choice but to vote by opinion?
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