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Enable Flow on fr Wikibooks as Beta Feature
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Hello, we reached concensus here
Thanks !

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Archi38 created this task.Jun 9 2016, 5:58 AM
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« 3 votes contre deux, je lance la task phabricator » doesn't seem a consensus but more a 50/50 vote (or 60/40 if you like). Perhaps could you extend the discussion and find an agreement with them?

Dereckson closed this task as Declined.Jun 9 2016, 2:27 PM

Former steward @Darkoneko did a vote analysis:

  • one of the contributor in the approval section has only 1 contribution on the project, another 0
  • the proponent doesn't even have an user page on the project
  • a contrario, the two contributors in the against sections are very active on the project

This analysis is worrying. I understand the enthusiasm of contributors to deploy Flow on every fr. project, but organize a vote against the active contributors of the project isn't really fair.

So I'm currently declining the task. Feel free to have a constructive discussion with the project contributors to convince them Flow is useful. That's important for the discussion future to enable Flow everywhere, but not at the cost of antagonizing project contributors.

Furthermore, I see the project is currently discussing voting rules at https://fr.wikibooks.org/wiki/Wikilivres:Le_Bistro/2016#Wikilivres:Votes following this incident.

I perfectly understand. It was my fault, I talked about this RFC on the Flow RFC on fr.wp. We'll decide about eligibility for vote soon.

Trizek-WMF added a comment.EditedJun 10 2016, 1:24 PM

This analysis is worrying. I understand the enthusiasm of contributors to deploy Flow on every fr. project, but organize a vote against the active contributors of the project isn't really fair.
So I'm currently declining the task. Feel free to have a constructive discussion with the project contributors to convince them Flow is useful. That's important for the discussion future to enable Flow everywhere, but not at the cost of antagonizing project contributors.

Can't agree more.

@Archi38, I'm happy to see you supporting Flow with this enthusiasm. :) By the way, don't forget to reach a real community consensus, with people aware of the incoming changes. People must know what they are voting for.