- The following discussion is closed. Please do not modify it.
- Most likely, new comments will not be taken into account by the new three Working Group members in their work of developing the final Recommendations. You are free however to continue discussing in the spirit of "discussing about Wikipedia is a work in progress". :)
No. First, "safe space" gets used, which, while we never would've thought about it while writing it, should probably add today to What Wikipedia is not: Wikipedia is not a safe space. It is a place where you may be challenged, required to back up your assertions, and may ultimately not win an argument. It is not a "safe space" where you might be free from conflict; it is a place designed around conflict. Secondly, once again, Wikipedia is not "people-centered", it is content-centered. People are permitted insofar as they help to improve Wikipedia content, and are unwelcome the moment they do not. Wikipedia is not, and shouldn't be, "people-centered". Our one and only goal is high-quality content; people are auxiliary to that. They are necessary for it, but only permitted so far as they help to create and maintain it. Seraphimblade (talk) 00:16, 9 October 2019 (UTC)