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These rules are going to change over time.

I have mentioned before that I think we should borrow from the various wikis the idea of communally edited documents with change history (so that if someone messes up we can go back to the old version). Perhaps limit editing control on them to people above a certain level.

If you provide that then I am sure that needs like this particular document, better site documentation, better tutorials, etc would naturally be filled.


In reply to Re (tilly) 1: Development of the Perl Monks Code of Conduct by tilly
in thread Development of the Perl Monks Code of Conduct by vroom

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