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Lachlan, I think these feature proposal guidelines are cluttering this page unnecessarily. It would be better to put them elsewhere and just create a link to the guidelines. Elsewhere could be on the Contribution Guidelines page, were you've put them initially, because feature proposals <em>are</em> contributions. --[[User:Michel Fortin|Michel Fortin]] 08:15, 16 November 2006 (PST)
 
Lachlan, I think these feature proposal guidelines are cluttering this page unnecessarily. It would be better to put them elsewhere and just create a link to the guidelines. Elsewhere could be on the Contribution Guidelines page, were you've put them initially, because feature proposals <em>are</em> contributions. --[[User:Michel Fortin|Michel Fortin]] 08:15, 16 November 2006 (PST)
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: Replying to myself (again), maybe the guidelines are not needed anymore. If someone creates a proposal from the template and fills all the sections he can, others can complete the proposal if they think its valuable and are knowledgeable enough. That's why we have a wiki in the first place, isn't it? -[[User:Michel Fortin|Michel Fortin]] 08:21, 16 November 2006 (PST)

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Guidelines

Lachlan, I think these feature proposal guidelines are cluttering this page unnecessarily. It would be better to put them elsewhere and just create a link to the guidelines. Elsewhere could be on the Contribution Guidelines page, were you've put them initially, because feature proposals are contributions. --Michel Fortin 08:15, 16 November 2006 (PST)

Replying to myself (again), maybe the guidelines are not needed anymore. If someone creates a proposal from the template and fills all the sections he can, others can complete the proposal if they think its valuable and are knowledgeable enough. That's why we have a wiki in the first place, isn't it? -Michel Fortin 08:21, 16 November 2006 (PST)