Talk:WWN sample

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I love it! Very funny. :) --Daniel "maveric149" Mayer

LOL. That was fun. I wish one week news were so much :-(

Thought. Making information flows is a job in itself. Perhaps fundraising could actually pay someone to monitor and report. Second : many decisions do not even last a week. Reactions must be real quick. Currently, some wikipedians sometimes act as warning, and tell their fellow wikipedian that such a discussion or vote is going on here. I dream of a reporter who would identify discussion, and report depending on one interests. ant

Maybe, but it might not be necessary to hire someone. As Wikipedia grows, we may get volunteers who have little to do directly with writing and editing articles. They may decide to focus on programming, or documention, or working as a project reporter. Of course, it's very hard to to work on articles at least some of the time. :) As for the decision-making process, I think people who want to be in the thick of things will have to subscribe to the appropriate mailing lists. A weekly news list would be of primary interest to people who like to work on the project without involving themselves too heavily in politics and administration (like me, for a few months), or for people who aren't active Wikipedians but want to keep up with what's going on. -- Stephen Gilbert 00:47, 12 Jul 2003 (UTC)

LOL. I missed it last year. This is really excellent. Anthere 00:14, 1 Oct 2004 (UTC)

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