Thread Subject: Re: TEITAC committee participants - Editing Wiki
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From: Jared Smith
Date: Wed, Oct 11 2006 5:15 PM
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On 10/11/06, Jessica M. Brodey < = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = > wrote:
> Is there a mechanism to limit editing of the wiki to the official
> subcommittee members as we had previously discussed?
Not really. You can lock the page down so only moderators can edit
them, but that kinda defeats the purpose. Anyone can undo changes that
aren't inline with the thinking of the subcommittee. I think that some
pages (such as reference documents of the existing standards) could be
made read-only, but I think the rest of the wiki is OK to be open to
And are there even "official subcommittee members"? If subcommittees
are open to the public, then I would think that anyone can contribute
at any time, without a need to declare membership or meet a deadline.
Perhaps a protocol for membership can be decided by individual
subcommittees, but at this point I interpret them as being entirely
open (though there has been discussion about the first meeting being
limited to just committee members, though that has yet to be
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