Maybe someone could email Pao (email@example.com) thank her, and invite her to sign the guidelines. I’m happy to do it from the Dynamo email if you want me to.
Also, a researcher contacted me and said they didn’t understand what the adjective_animal usernames meant at the bottom of the guidelines. Once they found out they were very impressed and suggested that we add a short explanation in the Signatories section. I assume this counts as a minor edit. I could add something like:
The following users have signed the guidelines with their Dynamo accounts, Dynamo auto generates usernames in the form of adjective_animal to protect Turker’s identity. To create an account Turkers have to accept a HIT on AMT which is only open once to each person and requires more than a hundred approved HITs. So each of these signatures represents an individual, active Turker.
Let me know if you don’t agree with this, I will make the edit in the next few days.