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tek_eek Oct 29 2012
So the team history seems to be a good place to maybe incorporate my previous statement.
tek_eek Feb 14 2011
Please Help categorize! I am thinking that We should have either a "Other Languages" placing Arabic and French in there or seperate language folders as there is now for Arabic and French. Then have english categories to be the main. Or Just english and place "other languages" in each category for article relating to that category. Thoughts?
moktarama Dec 14 2010
Because I also (and primarily) use pearltrees as a personal database, I am not willing to endanger most of the curation : the best solution would be to act as glasperl, but it is far from an elegant system. And the absolute unincentive to talk to other members of the team is a real pain in the ass for joining members or simple organisation. As I already said, I'll let this team in place as a personal experiment, and we'll see what "no admin rules" brings it to... I might contradict myself in a few weeks.
moktarama Dec 14 2010
I somehow knew you'll tell me some variation of that ;-) but to the user I am, it looks a lot like "it's not a bug, it's a feature" . I perfectly understand the goal here, and i agree it's a very legitimate one. As a user though (like for the nonexistence of a private curation zone) , I find that it simply doesn't work (and I can say that after only one week and one real team) . As I told you before, any comprehensive and manageable system of selection/organisation by groups should look beforehand to wikipedia features.
Patrice Dec 14 2010
On the other hand, you may rightly say that democracy vastly differs from anarchy: we need rules and points of controls. I would definetely agree with that. The point of control in pearltrees' teams is everyone's ability to pearltrees and sub-pearltrees within its own account. So everyone can manage the level of control he or she wants to release. At one extreme, you may not team-up with anyone. At the other extreme, you may just team-up with everybody on all of your pearltrees. Both are interesting. But I guess the best use of the tool may be to give a different level of openess to your different pearltrees and sub-pearltrees, with large teams, small teams and no-team style stuff. It will all depend from what you want to do on each of your various interest, and may, who knows, be an interesting solution to the classical contribution vs control issue!