Research project documented on Wikiversity 
Greg Kohs, who is banned from meta, requested on Wikipedia review that a "meat puppet" place a Wikiversity research project on the attached project page as completed. Because there are standards for listing, the application of which would be beyond my capacity at this moment, I'm simply pointing to the Wikiversity project here. Someone else may wish to set this up on the Research/Projects page. It seems a reasonable request to me, and nothing unethical about the process has been seen. The editing of that page began while Greg was blocked on Wikiversity, through the global lock, but was done under supervision and was accepted by the Wikiversity community, and may have influenced the decision to allow him to edit there.
- The silence is deafening, Abd. -- 126.96.36.199 14:26, 1 November 2010 (UTC)
- Well, how many people are watching this page? How many people GAF? If I see no objection here, within a reasonable period of time, I'll add the reference, I see no harm in it.
- I've found the silence deafening all over the projects. This is only a minor example. --Abd 18:05, 1 November 2010 (UTC)
Blog post introducing this index 
Added Research Project but do not see it added to the index 
My name is Ken Holmes and I recently added my masters thesis (of which I am just starting) to the Research Area via the add project form. However the project does not come up in the associated Research Index. It is now not entirely clear to me whether or not it should automatically come up or is subject to review by RCom and then become posted. I did end up changing the name and removing some syntax that in my n00b understanding of wiki-markup made me question whether that was the problem, but it was not. Can someone fill me in on how this works? If it is the case that it is subject to RCom's approval to simply be in the list can I make the suggestion that this is made explicit in the add project form. Here is the project that I have posted. http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:The_role_of_IBIS_in_Wikimedia
I appreciate any guidance the community could add to this. Ken --Ying ding 16:25, 31 October 2011 (UTC)
Update: there was no response to my message but the project did get added to the research index at the end of the day of the last RCom meeting FWIW. Whether that implies review or a schedule is something else. --Ying ding 17:40, 4 November 2011 (UTC)