In a large community it can be time-consuming to individually assess contributors in order to grant them specific privileges or roles.
Both contributors and reusers need to understand what rights they have to use the combined dataset
In collaborative, community-driven projects there can be a lack of clarity around who is responsible for making decisions.
The rights to use and share data contributed to your project needs to be understood by everyone.
Specific features of a project need to be restricted to certain users
Collecting data without thinking about the potential impact of its use may cause harm.
Collaboration across distributed groups requires clarity around rules, policies and procedures.
People need to be confident in your project’s sustainability in order for them to contribute over the long term.
Trust needs to be built within the community.