We had a discussion on IRC about the forum, the documentation and comments.
I just picked a random example. If you have a look at it, many of it is very outdated and even wrong. So what I would like todo is to get the forum cleaned up a bit and for that I do not simply want to decide what to delete and what not.
At the moment if someone complains about the documentation I use to suggest the following: Post a comment with your desired updates to the node. If it gets accepted someone with appropriate permissions will add it to the node and delete the comment.
I would like to have that as a kind of rule.
Additionally I'd propose a simple procedure to delete old content:
Do a reply to the top-most comment you want to delete (and of course all subcomments). Wait one week for at least one other "ok" comment, then delete the comments including the delete-request. If there's a complaint/veto to deleting it, wait a week and delete the delete-request
For forum posts I'd propose basically the same as for comments, just that we move the entire forum post to a archive section (that we'd still have to create..).
I think this would give us an easy transparent way of managing our content, especially deleting old, outdated content. What do you think?