|Howard C. Berkowitz nominated the version dated June 12 of this article for approval. The Sociology Workgroup, Computers Workgroup and Politics Workgroup oversaw this approval and the article was approved on, or around, June 21.|
Approval of an updated version
Author: Sandy Harris
Except for one where Matt fixed some clumsy wording, all changes since approval are mine. Most are minor re-wordings, text polishing.
I think the only important changes were adding the large Gilmore quote in the "cypherpunk issues" section and adding people, notably Julian Assange, in the "Well-known list participants" section. Sandy Harris 05:39, 9 March 2012 (UTC)
This is an updated and slightly expanded revision of the original approved article.
The added early statement by John Gilmore is a good illustration and documents the attitude of the movement.
I recommend to approve the new version.
Naturally, the broken links should be fixed (or removed) before approval. --Peter Schmitt 15:14, 9 March 2012 (UTC)
I like the reworded introduction, as well as the addition of comments by John Gilmore (ACM talk/91). However, I note the addition of Matt Blaze among well-known CypherPunks, yet I don't really know how to verify whether including him is reasonable or not. If that can be verified, I will vote for approval; otherwise, I'd like to see his name removed.Pat Palmer 09:27, 19 March 2012 (UTC)
All comments appear adequately responded to, in deed and/or rebuttal. I'm prepared to certify approval 03 April, version specified, if no further copyedits. Anthony.Sebastian 20:43, 30 March 2012 (UTC)
- Certifying Approval today. Anthony.Sebastian 20:25, 3 April 2012 (UTC)
|Approval Manager nominated the version dated 07:50, 22 March 2012 of this article for approval. One other editor supported the approval (Anthony.Sebastian). The Sociology Workgroup, Computers Workgroup and Politics Workgroup oversaw this approval and the article was approved on, or around, 03 April 2012.|