Hello Rogol, hello all,
Frankly speaking, I have not personally seen your question on the talk page
of the Committee. And my announcement followed the example of the first
announcement from 2016 , mentioning the usernames, not names of real
people. So I actually did not know this is even an
thanks. The document is here
the table at the bottom, and a short English summary at the very bottom,
but the table is still in
Still absolutely no need to do this as a requirement.
On Sat, Apr 8, 2017 at 1:04 PM, Rogol Domedonfors
> Thank you for that information. It seems that you are happy to introduce
> the new members of this Committee to the community
Thank you for that information. It seems that you are happy to introduce
the new members of this Committee to the community under pseudonyms. I
back in July 2016 that, considering that this
On a related note, the Foundation Blog
announces that "the Wikimedia Foundation joined a handful of media
organization at the MIT Media Lab to lend their expertise at MisInfoCon".
That's certainly good to hear, but a little short
On Sat, Apr 8, 2017 at 1:29 PM, Yaroslav Blanter wrote:
> [...] On the Russian Wikivoyage, all of our active partipants produced
> a document, to be told by the facilitator that this is not what WMF wants
> to see.
This does not strike me as a description of what a
Yaroslav: thanks for these thoughts. Could you link to the RU Voyage
document? How was it different from what a facilitator expected?
Let's see if we can all make a better central discussion space, and make
brainstorming by individual-contributors more satisfying & w/fast feedback
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I beg to differ with Anders final comment;
> And our standpoint is that we as Wikipedians should not be first in
> introducing new use of language but wait until it has become mainstream (if
> it ever will be)
I have no issue within our policies and projects being a leader the use of
Thanks for the French experience. :-) You may not have picked up on
the specific comment about the French Wikipedia a few days ago in the
general Wikimedia Commons Village Pump discussion:
"* Total Support. This is not only useful to the trans community, but
in the case of French, it is more
may be the Polish Wikipedia is an exception, I do not know. I have the
strategy discussions on the English Wikipedia, Wikidata, Meta, and Russian
Wikivoyage on my watchlists, and I posted on all of them. On the first
three I do not see any discussion happening (and on Wikidata, Szymon
2017-04-08 12:44 GMT+02:00 Yaroslav Blanter :
> Thanks Jane. No, 15 April 15 is the Easter, I will be hopefully travelling.
> May be we will have another opportunity.
> However, I still believe that Track 2 has been so far essentially a
Why? On at least several
What did you wish to see in the Track B discussions that was absent thus
far? Have you read the strategy portal? Specifically the process page and
the audit of past processes?
To doom a process from its beginning stages to failure on an unknown reason
is, at least, extremely hasty.
Thanks Jane. No, 15 April 15 is the Easter, I will be hopefully travelling.
May be we will have another opportunity.
However, I still believe that Track 2 has been so far essentially a failure.
On Sat, Apr 8, 2017 at 11:49 AM, Jane Darnell wrote:
> I agree
I agree with everything Gnangarra said. As I recall, previous strategy
discussions on meta involved fewer people later in the game with fewer
documents produced than what we have now. That said, I think there was a
pretty good representation of chapters at the Berlin conference and
I was in Berlin and participated in the strategy track for the three days.
The process was very open used open space approach such that at the end of
days 1 & 2 all I could say is that its been an interesting and thought
provoking sessions because that was how the process was running. At the
A couple of weeks ago, I was asked - in my capacity of meta admin - to
change the phrasing of a site notice on meta, meant to call for
participation to the month of Francophonie.
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