Dear fellow members of the community,
Following is the board agenda for next weeks meeting. As usual we have tried to
make room for more substance rather than process. After a thorough consultation
Great news. Congratulations, WMID HOT OSM!
On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 2:58 PM, Isabella Apriyana
We will update the wiki page soon, including all budget and activity plans.
We'll inform you the soonest!
On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 3:08 AM,
The press release, signed by LiAnna Davis, Head of Communications and
External Relations, that Andreas links to in his comment says, The
program, in which students write Wikipedia articles in place of traditional
term papers, created the equivalent of more than 7,000 printed pages of
Sorry. I just realised what the heading of this thread is. I'll email
Anthony Cole http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Anthonyhcole
On Sat, Apr 19, 2014 at 10:12 PM, Anthony Cole ahcole...@gmail.com wrote:
The press release, signed by LiAnna Davis, Head of Communications
Bear in mind her email address has now changed as she's moved to
E.g. this link re: quality
but I've seen more recent stuff
The April office hour for VisualEditor is coming up in about 90 minutes. :)
Hope to see you there!
On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 10:30 AM, Maggie Dennis mden...@wikimedia.orgwrote:
Just a reminder: the April office hour for VisualEditor is taking place in
a few days, on
On Sat, Apr 19, 2014 at 10:12 PM, Anthony Cole ahcole...@gmail.com
Can anybody point to a source for the 7,000 printed pages of new,
high-quality content during the fall term - particularly the evidence
for the high quality of that content?
Replying on-list since you asked
On a second thought, do we want to add an optional affiliation field to the
signup form, so the affiliation goes at the end of username in braces?
- DGarry (WMF)
- Fred (DesignSolutionsInc)
- David (MIT)
So the signup form would look like this:
I hear where you're coming from, Gryllida. This only works if there is
some mechanism by which the affiliation can be confirmed. The (WMF)
affiliation is easily confirmed, and in fact anyone adding that affiliation
to their account name who isn't a WMF staffer gets blocked pretty quickly.
There are ~6000 languages in the world and around 3000 of them have
more than 10,000 speakers.
That approximation has some issues, but they are compensated by the
ambiguity of the opposition. Ethnologue is not the best place to find
precise data about the languages and it could count as languages
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