Talk:Janitorial audit, June 2008
Thanks to Peter for his excellent work in assessing needs across language versions. I wanted to start discussing some of the decisions Peter mentioned in here.
Carmepla looks like she keeps an eye on things, and overall activity is low. But given the last spam attack, IB disabled anon editing for this version—we might want to review that decision.
eo is dead. It suffered miserably under neglect, and there has been so much spam that it would be difficult to get rid of it all. We've disabled anonymous editing, and may need to simply remove the version altogether IMO.
it is one of our more active language versions, and was recently targeted by spammers. Episteme cleaned it up and IB has disabled anonymous editing, but that's not an ideal situation to be in—:it was getting what appeared to be a lot of good anon contributions. But as long as no administrator's are keeping a closer eye on things, we might have to leave it as is to prevent the spamming from getting out of hand.
Following the spam migration to :pt, IB disabled anon editing, but I think that's too harsh for this language version, as it has very good levels of administrative monitoring.
First, loads of complements to Peter for this outstanding work. This really emphasizes the issue of reviving the system with liaison reports. I strongly suggest that we talk to all the liaisons and urge them to be much more "persistant" when it comes to the submission of liaison reports. If not on a monthly basis, I think that a report four times a year should be sufficient to keep it going. I also believe that language versions without a liaision should elect one. Riggwelter 11:37, 30 July 2008 (EDT)