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:Okay, I think this is going a bit far. The Real Zajac asked Joey Day if there could be a committee to monitor the STUFF page, and he said okay. A committee to monitor STUFF (remove old facts, etc.) sounds fine to me too. That... is not this. For one thing, why does there need to be a "fun facts validation committee" with sysop powers? Right now we have the fun facts evaluated by the whole Wiki community, which is far more in line with the spirit of a Wiki than one committee evaluating facts. Also, why does one need sysop powers to evaluate fun facts? Secondly, "lobby those with power to get rid of WikiTrolls"? What the crap? The sysops ''do'' get rid of Wiki Trolls, and other people should too. It's not like there's some permanent "Trolls Off" button that the admins have failed to press... as long as there is a Wiki, troll edits must be reverted, and anyone can (and should!) help. Finally, what's with all the bureaucracy, bylaws and whatnot? Why in the world would there be a need for a bylaw process? This just seems like it will lead to some bizarre, arcane structure of power that goes against Wiki philosophy. <small><tt>[[User:Homestar Coder|<span style="color:#8B0000;">Aurora the Homestar Coder</span>]]</tt></small> 01:38, 15 May 2005 (UTC)
:Okay, I think this is going a bit far. The Real Zajac asked Joey Day if there could be a committee to monitor the STUFF page, and he said okay. A committee to monitor STUFF (remove old facts, etc.) sounds fine to me too. That... is not this. For one thing, why does there need to be a "fun facts validation committee" with sysop powers? Right now we have the fun facts evaluated by the whole Wiki community, which is far more in line with the spirit of a Wiki than one committee evaluating facts. Also, why does one need sysop powers to evaluate fun facts? Secondly, "lobby those with power to get rid of WikiTrolls"? What the crap? The sysops ''do'' get rid of Wiki Trolls, and other people should too. It's not like there's some permanent "Trolls Off" button that the admins have failed to press... as long as there is a Wiki, troll edits must be reverted, and anyone can (and should!) help. Finally, what's with all the bureaucracy, bylaws and whatnot? Why in the world would there be a need for a bylaw process? This just seems like it will lead to some bizarre, arcane structure of power that goes against Wiki philosophy. <small><tt>[[User:Homestar Coder|<span style="color:#8B0000;">Aurora the Homestar Coder</span>]]</tt></small> 01:38, 15 May 2005 (UTC)
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::I'ma have to agree with Aurora. I'm not really liking this committee. It's nicely formed and worded, but I don't think it serves much use, actually. &rarr;''<small><tt>[[User:FireBird|<font color=green>FireBird</font>]]</tt></small>''
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::I'ma have to agree with Aurora. I'm not really liking this committee. It's nicely formed and worded, but I don't think it serves much use, actually. And it doesn't seem to be going anywhere, seeing as the only "member" is the creator himself. &rarr;''<small><tt>[[User:FireBird|<font color=green>FireBird</font>]]</tt></small>''

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Contents

By-Laws

The full list will be forthcoming. Please add ideas if you have them.

Proposed By-Laws

Officers

Committee Chair: The Real Zajac
Vice-Chair: <Vacant>

Membership

All registered members are eligiable to join, but may be barred for misconduct. Simply add your name to the list, plus date of joining.

Roster

The Real Zajac 10 May 2005

Comments, etc.

Umm... Is this sanctioned by Tom or Joey Day? Also, you meantioned that this commitee was formed on May 20th, 2005. Likely a typo? Thunderbird 00:58, 14 May 2005 (UTC)

I'll join if it was approved. If not, then...well, the page will be deleted by an admin. --acekirby13|My Talk 18:24, 14 May 2005 (UTC)

Are you sure that this fits the title? I mean, "Lobby those with power (listed here) to get rid of WikiTrolls" seems a bit more than what this page is about, and then this ("Lobby for the creation of a perminent Fun Fact Validation Committee with sysop powers.") shows that this isn't the committee, this is the committee forming committee! The entire core beliefs and goals section is questionable, meaning the entire page (and the talk page, apart from the comments section) is questionable! Also, I think you mean 10th May 2005, not 20th. --Venusy (Talk)(Contributions), 20:43, 14 May 2005 (BST)

Whoa, I didn't see that. I don't think that lobbying for sysop powers is wise. I'ma think I'll stay away from this one. --acekirby13|My Talk 19:54, 14 May 2005 (UTC)
Okay, I think this is going a bit far. The Real Zajac asked Joey Day if there could be a committee to monitor the STUFF page, and he said okay. A committee to monitor STUFF (remove old facts, etc.) sounds fine to me too. That... is not this. For one thing, why does there need to be a "fun facts validation committee" with sysop powers? Right now we have the fun facts evaluated by the whole Wiki community, which is far more in line with the spirit of a Wiki than one committee evaluating facts. Also, why does one need sysop powers to evaluate fun facts? Secondly, "lobby those with power to get rid of WikiTrolls"? What the crap? The sysops do get rid of Wiki Trolls, and other people should too. It's not like there's some permanent "Trolls Off" button that the admins have failed to press... as long as there is a Wiki, troll edits must be reverted, and anyone can (and should!) help. Finally, what's with all the bureaucracy, bylaws and whatnot? Why in the world would there be a need for a bylaw process? This just seems like it will lead to some bizarre, arcane structure of power that goes against Wiki philosophy. Aurora the Homestar Coder 01:38, 15 May 2005 (UTC)
I'ma have to agree with Aurora. I'm not really liking this committee. It's nicely formed and worded, but I don't think it serves much use, actually. And it doesn't seem to be going anywhere, seeing as the only "member" is the creator himself. →FireBird
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