[Citizendium-l] A wiki challenge

Larry Sanger sanger-lists at citizendium.org
Wed Nov 1 04:07:18 EST 2006


No, we'll have either forums or mailing lists for all editorial workgroups.
We'll decide on cz-editors later this week.

--Larry

> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:citizendium-l-bounces at lists.purdue.edu] On Behalf Of 
> Bob Futrelle
> Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2006 12:16 AM
> To: Jochen Wendebaum
> Cc: citizendium-l at lists.purdue.edu
> Subject: Re: [Citizendium-l] A wiki challenge
> 
> 
> Google Groups, perhaps?
> 
>   -  Bob
> 
> On 11/1/06, Jochen Wendebaum <jochen at wendebaum.de> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > On Wed, 01 Nov 2006 06:06:50 +0100, Larry Sanger 
> > <sanger at citizendium.org>
> > wrote:
> > > A third solution: have editorial workgroups organize large-scale 
> > > "attacks" on sets of articles.  For this we must actually get 
> > > citizendium-editors started.  I don't want to do that until we've 
> > > gone through the editor applications, and we're not even halfway 
> > > through; there's around 130 still left to go through.  
> Everyone that 
> > > we invite to become editors will also be invited to join 
> > > citizendium-editors.
> >
> > I like this idea best. Having small "work groups" of editors, 
> > separated by interest and working field, and splitting into more 
> > specific topics if the group becomes too large would be a 
> good start 
> > to create a community (well, at first many small 
> communities). Inside 
> > these work groups, people can discuss and select topics to work on 
> > cooperatively.
> >
> > My suggestion would be to create - maybe in the forum - 
> several areas 
> > of interest where the authors and editors can work 
> together, discuss 
> > and decide things without messing with filtering all the 
> > "not-so-interesting"-topics out (these topics are different 
> for each 
> > individual, of course). There can then be discussed and 
> decided about 
> > the "attacks" you mentioned, Larry.
> >
> > So the way would be IMHO
> > 1. start the editors mailinglist to let people find others in their 
> > area of interest 2. make some place where these people can discuss 
> > without being interrupted and without interrupting others in other 
> > areas
> >
> > Kind regards,
> >
> > Jochen Wendebaum
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