[Theforum] blah blah. Or, who gets to edit articles

.jeff jeff at members.evolt.org
Sun Dec 2 18:01:22 CST 2001


> From: Daniel J. Cody
> my problem is with those people who exclusivley discuss
> the future without doing anything else.

if, i for example, don't have any experience except in longterm planning,
how am i being a problem by offering my expertise in those sorts of
discussions?  the fact that in actuality i can also contribute by actually
implementing ideas doesn't mean i'm contributing more.  it just means i'm
contributing in areas i have experience and knowledge.

> thats just me. call it whatever you want, but its my
> OPINION that those who do the work(not just coding
> either) should be the ones who's opinions are weighed
> the heaviest when desicions(like the future of evolt)
> are made. again, opinion.

is that to mean that, using the example above about expertise, my +1/-1 on
something might actually be counted as more of a +1.5/-1.5 if i contribute
with "work" (as defined by someone else) or maybe as +0.5/-0.5 (or daresay
+0/-0) if my contributions don't fall under that category of "work" (again,
as defined by someone else)?  if so, that's just straight-up wrong.



jeff at members.evolt.org

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