Why don't you begin by beginning?
Simply introduce yourself on the talk page for the project, sign yourself up on the people resources (maybe adding information about your objectives) and and start interacting with everyone. I'm sure that you'll do just fine. Just be aware that all of us participating have different ideas about what we're doing. You probably have another, but that's not a problem. It's an asset. See you, then? The Fieryangel 21:43, 15 July 2008 (UTC)
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You still have not added yourself to the section called "People resources". Is that on purpose? WAS 4.250 16:12, 16 July 2008 (UTC)
Ethics on Wikipedia and the internet
Thank you for creating Ethical Management of the English Language Wikipedia/Ethics on Wikipedia and the internet. Feel free to create other learning resources also; including more essays. But just because one essay was written does not mean the essay question should be deleted. Others can also write an essay on the same subject. In fact, this is list of essay questions is a learning resource in itself and not a mere project management subpage. People who come here to learn can write essays, take quizzes (yet to be written), and read the learning resources, the talk pages, and the content at the links. WAS 4.250 19:12, 16 July 2008 (UTC)
- Replied at the talk page of WAS 4.250 Anonymous101 talk 19:20, 16 July 2008 (UTC)
- That was a very good way of getting this started. I am also wondering if the different essays might be combined to created a kind of synthesis of expressed ideas, which may or may not express consensus? Would this be useful? This would require different viewpoints, to allow different perspectives, but the process of synthesis might be very interesting.
Another idea that I had was to ask the same people to write the same essay from two different viewpoints, regardless of what one personally believes, to try to see what a NPOV version of such ideas might express.
I'm just brainstorming here. The Fieryangel 12:32, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
Review of Comments from Wikinews
Since you are an Admin on Wikinews, would you be kind enough to review the Comments from the Wikinews Water Cooler Discussion and weigh in on the questions raised by Brian McNeil and others at Wikinews regarding conflicting perceptions of the purpose and propriety of this project and our methods of investigation and analysis. —Moulton 19:31, 16 July 2008 (UTC)
Please participate at Ethical Management of the English Language Wikipedia/Audio or Ethical Management of the English Language Wikipedia/Audio/Transcripts. --JWSchmidt 04:40, 26 August 2008 (UTC)