- 12:49, 20 January 2009 Countrymike (Talk | contribs | block) unblocked JWSchmidt (Talk | contribs) (not enough response from blocking Custodian to warrant continued block.)
- Will try. In the spirit of change and hope I hope we can try to use 2009 to take this community to new heights. Renewed focus seems to be in order. Countrymike 19:47, 20 January 2009 (UTC)
- Rome wasn't built in a day, and young scholars do not absorb 4000 years of human knowledge, wisdom, and insight in a few years. What we need to do is adopt policies that promote 21st Century notions of Due Process, Civil Rights, Educational Theory and Practice, and Scholarly Ethics rather than anachronistic, unseemly, unbecoming, and uncivilized practices that were already going out of style some 3769 years ago. —Barry Kort 11:27, 21 January 2009 (UTC)
"If he can suggest this here, why not on the page?"  The WV:RFD on Evan Ratliff was created by me with the encouragement of User:CQ for the purpose of engaging in a learning project on deletion in wikimedia projects. The excerpt below includes comments that I made to CQ in #wikiversity-en regarding the RFD.
mikeu i really think that this activity in RFD could be a healthy exercise for the community mikeu debating the deletion of a page that was created for the purpose of learning about deletion could change the whole dynamic of the discussion mikeu i sometimes find the rfd to be illuminating, it is like taking the pulse of the community to hear their views on the scope and mission of wv mikeu sadly, it is not often a productive discourse mikeu perhaps this experiment can improve the climate for exchanging ideas
here we go again
We really could use some more constructive input than this. Dropping in once in a long while without offerning alternative approaches to a difficult situation is not going to renew our focus and move us forward. --mikeu talk 15:48, 28 August 2009 (UTC)
- Ban both of them is my advice. My user page states that I'm pretty much on hiatus from Wikiversity. Countrymike 22:08, 30 August 2009 (UTC)
Just added my name to the Wikiworld reading group. Wikiversity is giving me hope, I'm extremely excited to start collaborating. Looking forward to discussing with you once you have returned from you hiatus. Balognaw 7:13, 12 December 2009 (UTC)
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- I don't foresee myself being able to participate in Wikiversity at the level required for an Administrator anymore, so am happy to resign those rights. User:Countrymike