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Hi Michael, *,

On Tue, Jan 4, 2011 at 1:03 PM, Michael Wheatland
<> wrote:
I can't answer for David, obviously, but I can say that the website and the
infrastructure is run by admins who may or may not be part of the website
But the website team obviously ought to interact with them.

I don't want to be a conspiracy theorist, but this sounds like you are
suggesting that the website team has no autonomy, responsibility or

To make it short: There is a difference between the people running a
site technically and those who are providing and maintaining the
site's content. As simple as that.

And while David did create the first iteration as "one-man-show" - he
basically provided the content himself, this of course will not be the
way to go on forever. One person just cannot do it all himself, so it
is then "handed over" again, after the period of time where David (and
a few other volunteers) did put a concentrated effort into providing
the initial site and theme. So David will "hand it back", back from
being filled with content by him, worked on by a small set of people,
back to how it will be community managed.

And how that managing will be performed (who is responsible for what
areas, who can edit, who can publish, who can <whatever>) is of course
to be discussed on this list.

Please when someone already writes some weired "term in quotes" -
don't take it literally.


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