> I just wanted to add, that it's always wise to flesh out an idea by
> writing it up as a cohesive proposal. Don't let lack of non-member access
> to the TC39 wiki stop you from doing this. Write it up anyway. Then post
> it to your personal blog, website, github, or anywhere else that you have
> access to. Then start a discussion thread here and point at your
> proposal. That's really all it takes.
Thanks Allen. That's the spirit of what I was trying to accomplish. I was
operating under (incorrect) assumptions about how I've been able to create
proposals for W3C/WHATWG on their wiki before, and thinking that perhaps
there was (or should be?) a simple "this is not official" (aka,
"es-informal") sandbox on the ES wiki (and corresponding list) for the same.