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This sounds like people are reluctant to bring changes, in fear that they will make a mistake. We need more mistakes because that is how we can improve. If anyone is being harsh over someone else's mistake, or a change that was reverted then they are not being civil. We should welcome people trying new things, even if they were reverted. Personally, most of the changes I made were not under community consensus, including some of the major ones. I changed the look completely multiple times without consensus (even made the buttons orange and the tab pink!), changed templates completely, changed people's edits almost entirely. Users should know that they can do these things too, without worrying about it too much.
 
This sounds like people are reluctant to bring changes, in fear that they will make a mistake. We need more mistakes because that is how we can improve. If anyone is being harsh over someone else's mistake, or a change that was reverted then they are not being civil. We should welcome people trying new things, even if they were reverted. Personally, most of the changes I made were not under community consensus, including some of the major ones. I changed the look completely multiple times without consensus (even made the buttons orange and the tab pink!), changed templates completely, changed people's edits almost entirely. Users should know that they can do these things too, without worrying about it too much.
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Edit: Once I made the entire skin blue, and the community had to change all of the templates to transparent because they were previously white. Turns out we liked white better, and we just went back to the way it was. I put quite alot of effort into something that was reverted completely.

Revision as of 16:51, September 18, 2016

Luma.dash wrote: Previously in this thread, the three chosen Bureaucrats decided to revert back to community consensus after feeling a lot of pressure put on them after the triumvirate idea gained community approval. So in the end, they revoked the project.

This sounds like people are reluctant to bring changes, in fear that they will make a mistake. We need more mistakes because that is how we can improve. If anyone is being harsh over someone else's mistake, or a change that was reverted then they are not being civil. We should welcome people trying new things, even if they were reverted. Personally, most of the changes I made were not under community consensus, including some of the major ones. I changed the look completely multiple times without consensus (even made the buttons orange and the tab pink!), changed templates completely, changed people's edits almost entirely. Users should know that they can do these things too, without worrying about it too much.

Edit: Once I made the entire skin blue, and the community had to change all of the templates to transparent because they were previously white. Turns out we liked white better, and we just went back to the way it was. I put quite alot of effort into something that was reverted completely.

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