The ideal process to get such a change done is:
- propose the change on the UsersMailingList
- If you get some positive feedback,
- For an existing type add the proposal to the discussion section of the existing relationship type page.
- For a new type write a full proposal on a page named like this SomethingRelationshipType.
- Propose the change to the StyleMailingList. If you get consensus there, the change will be implemented.
- AlexanderDupuy (dupuy)
- DaveEvans (djce)
- DonRedman (donredman)
- LukasLalinsky (lukz)
- mo (mo)
- RobertKaye (rob)
- WolfSong (wolfsong)
- Yes you are right, RelationshipTypeEditor would be more correct. If you want to fix this, go ahead. I for myself think that RelationshipEditor is ok enough. --DonRedman
"Editor" would tend to imply that the RelationshipEditor
s are the proposers of change, in the way we use the term "Editor" elsewhere. Based on the above description, where the general population proposes changes/additions, and the RelationshipEditor
s then eventually become the ones to implement such changes, perhaps "RelationshipEditImplementor" would be more correct? -- BrianSchweitzer 03:58, 17 August 2007 (UTC)