I am a new user and developer for Moodle at the University of Washington and time and time again I get frustrated about the use of first person everywhere:
"I added these questions here because..."
Who really cares about you? ;) I suggest a new guideline that encourages everyone to write more like:
"Here follows a questions section, the reason we have it is..."
I get pretty turned of myself to edit any documentation in this Wiki because there are so many "I"'s everywhere that it seems like one or two people are editing everything and if I do any thing to it that person would get upset. This is wrong an is an inhibitor to the fact that you probably want loads of people adding to and editing the wiki. Since I am new, please forward this to some wiki admin who can take this into consideration and add to a guideline somewhere (i don't know where they are).
Clear and structured communication is so important when it comes to the growth of an open source community. And if you do voice a personal opinion that could be put in the discussion page or if you do put that in the documentation and no one changes it then that should be a sign of it being ok.
Thanks, thats just my opinion