[Theforum] What do you want to do ? Faster, evolt, kill kill!

aardvark roselli at earthlink.net
Thu Apr 18 09:41:57 CDT 2002

russ meyer would be proud of that subject...

> From: "Miriam Frost" <miriam at members.evolt.org>
> I think having clearly defined groups / teams / lists / whatever would
> be helpful in getting away from this anarchic commune... nobody knows
> who is responsible for what and when:

i tend to agree with that... they aren't clearly defined as the
discussion here shows...

anarcho-commune?  isn't that a python thing?

> > admin was set up to handle *all* the tasks you cite (IA, redesign,
> > coders, CF, list, etc., etc.)...
> See? I had no idea about that. I thought thesite was for IA, redesign,

admin was *set up* to handle all that... some of it was happily
moved off to thesite and theforum... ideally we wanted to see more
distribution of responsibilities, as opposed to obfuscation of access
and rights...

> coding, etc.; the forum where things got thought up, and I thought
> that as of early this year admin was more about handling the editorial
> and day-to-day bidniz of the lists. If admin does the articles etc.,
> it should be renamed/reassigned as theeditors or whatever. If it's
> truly in charge of everything... well, then, call it the BOD or the
> god list or the treehouse gang or whatever.  There *really* needs to
> be some clarification of teams / goals / assignments / process around
> here.

what's this treehouse thing?  that's popped up before...

anyway, ultimately i don't care what happens to admin or how it
works, but i expect that the outcome will be that access and rights
won't be a function of personal preferences and will be open for all
to know, see, and comment on...

evolt.org should be open source, after all...

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