[microformats-discuss] wiki etiquette: brainstorming proposals vs. writing specs, avoid user specific pages

Tantek Ç elik tantek at cs.stanford.edu
Wed Jul 13 12:59:38 PDT 2005

On 7/13/05 9:47 AM, "Andy Skelton" <skeltoac at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 7/13/05, Tantek Çelik <tantek at cs.stanford.edu> wrote:
>> Hmm... I didn't even know it was possible to create such user page specific
>> pages.
> I didn't mean to step on toes. Working out a dummy spec helped me
> visualize the results of the idea I was tossing around.

No problem at all.  We're still figuring this out a bit as we go.

>> Andy, could you move the key portions of your proposal to the citation
>> brainstorming page:
>>  http://microformats.org/wiki/citation-brainstorming
>> and then delete the user specific RelCite page? (empty it's contents if you
>> can't delete the page itself).
> It's empty now.


Folks, I like the evolution of the citation-brainstorming page.  It clearly
shows a thought process is going on, and capturing how we got to a
decision/consensus will help us to avoid revisiting the same steps.



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