>>>Mark Fletcher wrote:
Please let me know if you have any questions.<<<
Not only a 'charter' question but a suggestion as well. Will you be publishing guidelines - specifically referring to what is most helpful to you and want to see added (or refrained from) re: discussion of a #suggestion. Some thoughts if you decide to go that route:
- "I agree" and "me too" be forever banned (unless Beta is intended to be a popularity poll.) "LIKE" works.
- "No one will use that" - no one has enough foresight to definitively predict what the average user (or non-average) will or will -
- "That would cause a mess" or "cause more confusion than now" or "can't be implemented" or ..... similar type replies.
- For the most part "opinions" have little value and add to unnecessary chaff on Beta. Everyone has one and every one (just as everyone) is as valid as another.
- "Fact-based" - discussions/additions/clarifications that are fact-based and add to understanding or clarification (or forbid improvement) of someone else's suggestion, not leading to needing to defend one's opinions (rather than presenting or clarifying facts,) which adds tons of chaff.