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David, while I very much appreciate the so-called "2.0" perspective I wonder if these simple yes/no questions really help. For example, setting "Human voice" against "Official voice" seems problematic. Sometimes in the most open of communities it's important to develop consensus, which has a kind of defacto official-ness. An open, participative, and collaborative activity still needs some kind of governance, doesn't it?

Thanks for your ongoing reviews of these activities.

Thanks Bill - you are right. On reflection the Yes-No polarity is an easy way to focus attention, but probably not the best way to see the world or encourage change. Your comment also led me to you blog and Choosing Civility, which I will now read!

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