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How to Put Forward Formal Proposals to indymedia.ie
The way to formally propose a change of policy or action.
Proposals are made on the indymedia working group email lists. Anybody can make a proposal about anything by siging up to the list and following the procedure below.
1. Select the Relevant Working GroupYou first need to identify which working group is the relevant one for your proposal.
2. Format Your Message ProperlySend a mail to the list with PROPOSAL being the first word in the subject line. Make the rest of your subject line as descriptive as possible. Eg:
PROPOSAL: featurise /article/34353
PROPOSAL: RECALL x from moderators working group
3. Explain your Proposal as Fully as PossibleThe body of your mail should fully explain your proposal and should provide a detailed argument as to why your proposal should be passed. You should provide all relevant links and quotes in the proposal and reference the editorial guideline or constitutional clause that support your case, if possible.
4. Take Great Care in Formatting ProposalsPersistently sending spurious, ill-formatted or undocumented proposals to the lists is a serious abuse and will quickly lead to banning.