Sounds reasonable to me.
On 3/15/2013 11:24 AM, Wayne Beaton
A few years ago, I changed the footers on a bunch of pages in the
wiki to "This page is moderated by the EMO" (or something to that
effect). These footers had previously indicated that they were
moderated by a very specific pair of individuals.
If you would prefer, I am happy to change the message on these
pages to "This page is moderated by the Eclipse Architecture
Council". In fact, I sort of like the sound of that. Thoughts?
Here are my thoughts with regard to the "Development Resources"
pages  on the wiki:
If any member of the Architecture Council feels that a change is
needed on a particular wiki page, I am quite happy for them to
just make the change.
If any member of the Architecture Council feels that a discussion
is required before making a change, I would prefer that the
discussion happen transparently on the mailing list or Bugzilla
and that a member of the AC effect the necessary changes following
any such conversation. Whether or not a discussion is required is
entirely up to the individual AC member.
I monitor all of these pages for changes. If something gets
changed that isn't quite right (e,g. runs afoul of the EDP), I'll
fix it in consideration of the two previously stated thoughts. I
expect that other members of the AC will do the same.
Does this make sense?
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