User talk:David Bruhn
Hi, I saw your endorsement of the "wikibates" project. Please take a look at my attempt to start a similar project on my own. http://forum.for-pgh.org/wiki
- Ah, I answered your email before seeing this. The concern, as I see it, is that it can only reach it's potential if it's under the Wikimedia group. David Bruhn 04:23, 26 Feb 2005 (UTC)
Wikireason article format
The recent weeks have seem significant progress on proposals for article organization at Wikireason. I would like to settle on a model in the near future so that we can demonstrate the power of the Wikireason concept. You have previously provided valuable input on these issues, so I would appreciate any additional feedback that you can provide before this decision is made.
Please take a look at the following pages and comment on their talk pages:
Thanks, AdamRetchless 05:28, 13 March 2006 (UTC)
Rewrite and rename Wikibate proposal
Please take a look at my thoughts on rewriting and renaming the wikibate proposal. Talk:Wikibate#Rename. I'd like to do this as the first step of a campaign for adoption by Wikimedia. AdamRetchless 16:57, 26 May 2006 (UTC)
What will the policies and guidlines of wikireason be.--Sir James Paul 22:16, 7 December 2006 (UTC)
- Can I be a sysop on wikireason? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Sir James Paul (talk • contribs) .
New reasoning wiki
Hi - I read your comments on the Wikireason talk page on Meta and thought you might be interested to know about a new reasoning wiki which I have recently launched, called Chains of Reason. It can be found at http://www.chainsofreason.org/wiki/Home. The founder of Wikireason, AdamRetchless, is also an administrator at Chains of Reason. Hensa 11:15, 20 March 2007 (UTC)
Please contact me
If you're still active, please contact me on the e-mail address below. It's about Wikireason/-debate, and all the similar models out there. We're reviving the idea-project, but this time we'll plan, plan, decide, execute and show how a debate ought to be. Right now we're assembling all possible human resources interested (or who was interested) in this project. I'm currently in contact with argument philosophers and deliberative democracy experts at my university. We don't only need funding, but expertise on all aspects: argument theory, philosophical theories on the sound debate, intuitive user interface design, and so on. We'll try to gather all half-way solutions, and pick the best details from them, supplementing with our own ideas and worries. (remove spaces) t e i t e p o s t a d r e s s e ( at) hotmail. com
Please invite others as well. I'll collect adresses while my partner establishes a simple forum for discussing phase 1 (planning and deciding on the web-solution). This time it shall work. Let's make this public debate more famous than Wikipedia and Facebook combined. Sda030 18:09, 11 October 2010 (UTC)