[cc-licenses] moderation note
ml at creativecommons.org
Fri Jan 20 20:48:13 EST 2012
I approved about a week's worth of posts that don't explicitly address
4.0 proposals, because I'm too lazy to individually reject/redirect.
If you want your next post to be approved in short order, I urge you
to consider the below. If you're engaging in back and forth without
specific reference to 4.0, please take it to cc-community where there
is no moderation, and add to the wiki/send here when appropriate.
On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 8:43 PM, Mike Linksvayer <ml at creativecommons.org> wrote:
> I just forwarded several messages in the moderation queue that do not
> explicitly address 4.0 to cc-community.
> I urge you to make an effort to explicitly address proposed 4.0
> changes (of course feel free to make new concrete proposals),
> preferably with substantial explanation of why your proposal/critique
> of a proposal/alternative should be accounted for in 4.0, and
> references to the 4.0 wiki, when you send email to cc-licenses. If you
> do, Diane or I will approve as soon as one of us sees it. If you don't
> it will probably languish, and might eventually get forwarded to
> cc-community, or approved if we're lazy and it is marginal.
> cc-community is unmoderated and has about 100 more subscribers than
> cc-licenses (600 vs 500). It is where rapid back and forth
> increasingly untethered from 4.0 but having anything at all to do with
> the commons can happen, and is encouraged. Some meta-issues related to
> 4.0 probably need to be hashed out there before they're brought back
> as concrete proposals -- please do that (and add to the wiki) as
> Apologies for threadbreaks that occur when I moderate messages to cc-community.
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