Update: On Monday, the moderator team will post a question calling for concepts around the topic of better ITG criteria. Further details on how we will evaluate these criteria will be part of the posted question. Thank you for your patience.
I sincerely apologize for my weak previous procedural post (deleted, 10k only) which generated mostly pro/anti arguments which was not my intent. Due to the negative reception to the post (-5 net votes) and my procedural proposal (-2), I took that as a "just vote already", so I started a poll (also deleted, 10k only). That was a grave error which I am now trying to correct.
DO NOT POST PRO/ANTI ARGUMENTS ABOUT ITG'S. POST ABOUT ISSUES THAT MUST BE RESOLVED PRIOR TO VOTING ON THEIR FATE
Before we just up and vote on if we want to keep ITGs, what issues must first be resolved? What would the "keep" position entail? Does there need to be a firmly codified policy so people know what they're voting on if they vote "keep"?
If we ban all the ITG questions, will we delete all the existing ones?
How should we decide what to do; vote as we did with game-rec?
How do we make sure this gets done? (if I've learned anything over the past 3 hours is that people hate bureaucracy and endless talk) Set up discussion times/meetings? Should there be a deadline?