I welcome any initiatives on volunteering (8 hours apart all the rest of my hours in a week are spend volunteering in one way or other), but I'm cautious:
No. 11 - someone went wildly connecting all over the place and then also insisted I make him part of our project based on those decisions - caught out he simply abandoned his now disconnected profiles
No. 14 - find a project that matches your interest - I have to mentor new inexperienced WikiTreers just because they have an interest in our project - valuable time & energy wasted = loads of frustration
No. 15 - Start your own project - again duplicate projects are started - sometimes by people with 10 contributions or less ... equals valuable time & energy wasted = loads of frustration
No. 17 - be a bio builder (and that by alphabet letter) - Mon Dieu - [...] forbid! - in our project if you want to sabotage that is the way to go about it... equals valuable time & energy wasted = loads of frustration and immense aggravation ...
For these I propose some level of Wikitree expertise & proven mileage ....
The other initiatives are great. Truly useful and or pleasant. I particularly like the concept of No. 16 mining public domain images ... (because of my vocation as an information professional - copyrights, neighboring rights and distribution rights are a information workers nightmare of a mine field).