I would help. My first and only matching point would be: Developing democracy. Is a project ensuring in any way to become part of free knowledge? Then it has any chance, to get acknowledged. Is it part of a deep sitting "emotional" disgust against others, then not. "Enduring freedom" doesnt mean to do war.--Angel54 5 (talk) 20:33, 29 February 2012 (UTC)
- Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Angel54 5 :-) We've laid out some of the program's criteria on the endorsements page in order to help people understand how the foundation is thinking about these projects, but I appreciate hearing about criteria that are important to you or may be missing from the current process. Looking forward to seeing any thoughts you have on open project idea pages! Siko (talk) 21:47, 29 February 2012 (UTC)
Where to begin?
First, I'm glad there's some talk of fellowships here. Thank you. However, I think the Wiki powers-that-be have again thought in terms too small and too top-heavy yet again. The advertising revenue of the Wikias is run exclusively to the management of the Wiki systems, with none of the revenue being shared with the Admins and bureaucrats that make these sites work. This creates a perception of a great deal of inequity, as well as robbing the Wikias of the necessary clout to control the nature of that advertising where it is inappropriate, or creates difficulties with other organizations. (Noting that I am neither an Admin, Burr, or even a very active contributor at Runescape Wiki, it's a handy and familiar example; Jagex denies RSW a fansite "Gold Seal" because of the Wikis lack of ability to control the ads routed to it by the adserver. Thus, the lack of said seal, the presence of a Wiki ON THE JAGEX WEBSITE, and the general "Banhammer of Doom" with which RSW must contend. And by the way the Jagex wiki "s**ks monkey-b**t".) I'll be back later with the rest. TheLastWordSword (talk) 20:34, 1 March 2012 (UTC)