Talk:GA/General Assembly

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The language on this page does not match the language used in our consensus process. Since there is an official document maintained by the Facilitators Working Group, why isn't that language used here? It will be confusing to people to see this and then arrive at a GA and find that different language and process are what is actually used there.

Should this be a page maintained by the Facilitators Working group?

General Assembly page language

the language on this GA is incomplete and inaccurate and it's doubly concerning because the new OB website links to it . . . we are giving everyone incomplete and inaccurate information about Assembly and Consensus . . .

I propose either that the facilitators WG own this General Assembly page, or simply delete the GA page of the Wiki, and have the OB website link to the corrected language and updated process, found on the Facilitators page - currently in link to googledoc form,

Go for it!

Not a problem; do it. This page was created to provide some content about GA and encourage people to participate. If the facilitators have time to correct it, they certainly should.