The current text says: community members then have the opportunity to respond with questions, comments, and concerns that will help the product iterate.
I basically drew two inferences from that. (1) It could be interpreted as the WMF saying it intends to reject/ignore any community feedback unless it is feedback saying the project should move forward, and (2) that was not the intended meaning, as it seems to contradict the the process that Qgil-WMF has been writing up. Those other pages say the WMF does invite community feedback that a project should back up or be blocked.
Keegan (WMF) informed me that was "not the case", and apparently disagreed with one of my two inferences. However I'm at a total loss trying to figure which of the two inferences Keegan was referring to. The two interpretations are completely opposite.
- The text here should be clarified to say the WMF welcomes community feedback that there's a problem and a project should roll back or be blocked; or
- This page does intend to prohibit/ignore that sort of community feedback, the various pages are contradictory, and WMF needs to sort out a coherent position on what Collaboration means.
For what it's worth, I hope/vote for option 1.