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Italo Vignoli wrote:
I have seen mentions of these "23 roles" many times, but I have not seen 
a list where they are described in detail. It looks like they have been 
developed without even asking the SC members - or the group of the 
founders - if this was the right approach.

Since nobody provides the link (the one Klaus-Jürgen sent was not
working for me... a problem at, perhaps?), this is the
message that started the discussion about the "23 roles":
Actually, a deputy SC member commented on that discussion.
The discussion might have later moved somewhere else, or to the wiki.

I am very interested in understanding:
1. Why you decided to create "roles"... 
2. How you decided to define these "roles"
3. How you got to the number of "23 roles"...
4. Which benefits bring these 23 roles to the web site...
I think that once these five questions (maybe silly ones, as I said) get 
an answer and are fully understood by the community ... then 
we might have a better understanding of the beauties and the advantages 
of a different (and improved) web site).

Maybe the five (four?) questions are generated by a misunderstanding.
You'll see that "Roles" in that context referred to the meaning it has
in Drupal, i.e., just "Categories of website users", where a user can
belong to more than one category.


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