Pierre Habouzit <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > Le Mar 11 Avril 2006 18:40, Marc 'HE' Brockschmidt a Ã©crit : >> I'd like to implement the proposals I made in (2.1) and (2.2) as fast >> as possible, especially applying the rules in (2.2) to people already >> in the queue waiting for an AM. > I agree both points are a good thing, and should be implemented. Those > two ideas (asking for more advocates, asking the applicants to show > their work) have been proposed many times in the past, and will be > efficient, since it will reduce incoming appliances. Yeah, that's the general idea. > For 2.2, I'd recommend that NM's maintain a page about them on > wiki.d.org (my current applicant did that, and I found that rather > useful). In a glance you can see applicants that are not comited > enough. Well, the idea has been proposed some times now. It has its advantages, but there are still some problems - updating a page on wiki.d.o takes time , so they tend to become outdated. I also see a problem with the fact that applicants are supposed to write those pages about their work themselves, as some people will get the idea that exaggerating could speed up their application. Marc Footnotes:  Especially people like me, who aren't able to remember stuff like that. -- BOFH #109: The electricity substation in the car park blew up.
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