Like I promised in the previous approval, here's the next annual approval vote of the wiki's policies! This thread is a little belated to when I originally wanted to do it due to unexpected busyness this month, but better late than never right? ;)
As before, this is a community voting thread in approving the wiki policies as they are currently written. Each year, as the policies keep being revised, we'll have the community review them and sustain its current revision. Please cast your vote below so you can help us accomplish this task.
Community voting is still semi-new to the wiki—plus we've had a few newcomers join us these past couple of months—so if there are any questions about the voting process, don't hesitate to ask on this thread. :)
To save everyone the trouble of looking through all of the revisions I've made to the policies recently, here's a table documenting all of the changes made since the last approval vote (in order of most changed to least changed):
Cast your vote on this topic by copy-pasting into your comment one of the code options from the list below. You are granted only one vote, but you may change your vote at any time during the voting period, as well as submit any questions or comments you may have on the topic. Please remember to adhere to all discussion rules.
I apologize for not managing this voting thread properly. I've been so busy managing the wiki's new Tumblr blog lately that I've forgotten all about this vote.
However, I noticed that no one has submitted their vote/opinion yet, which is a problem. I ask everyone who's reading this: please submit your vote. It is important that this kind of approval vote have a genuine interaction from the community; otherwise, there's truly no point in having it. We only get to do it once a year, and it will literally only take a few seconds to copy+paste+post one of the code choices above. You do not need to submit any extra text with it - that's reserved only for those who may have questions or want to comment on something.
I'm resetting the voting period, but in the interest of sustaining the wiki policies' integrity of having the community's approval, I've added a minimum vote count to the closing date. The vote will be reopened for another week at minimum, and at that point will only close if we have at least 5 votes.
No need to change something that's already good :) I find nothing wrong with the polocies, but I like the monthly voting things since it will always allow for change and feedback should there ever be any.