Keep policies; scrap guidelines?
I have been rather out of the loop; but on revisiting just now I can see that very agreeable policies have been written. They are sufficiently brief and general to be useful without being restrictive. Many of the policies are written as guidelines; and the guidelines have not been written. Given that there was a good deal of consensus built in crafting the policies, I wonder if this job is done and we could live without guidelines to interpret fairly simple policies?