I agree that these options should be explored. I'm wondering what the best
way would be to facilitate this conversation.
Perhaps, Erik, would you be willing to set up a page on Meta for discussion?
Also, I think it would be good to have an office hour, or more likely a
series of office hours
Iḿ sorry i didn't say this explicitely , i was n persoanlly attacking you
i was as you point out focussing the critic at jargon use in the WMF
On 16-03-16 17:58, Richard Symonds wrote:
Thanks Moushira :-)
On 16 Mar 2016 16:55, "Moushira Elamrawy"
On Fri, Mar 18, 2016 at 5:17 PM, carl hansen
> "We are building a nonprofit search engine for the Web"
> Sounds alot like Knowledge Engine, if there were such a thing.
> Any overlap with wikimedia projects?
Thanks for the
I have asked the Scholarship Committee for Wikimania '16 to reply to your
WMF Events Manager
On Thu, Mar 17, 2016 at 12:30 PM, Vitor Mazuco
> Hi everybody!
> my apply was decline.
> This is my
I'd like to add some thoughts to the discussion about the potential pros
and cons of spinning parts of the Wikimedia Foundation off. I’m writing
this in my personal capacity and this email might not represent the views
of the Wiki Education Foundation.
This is a comparably long note; the
some of the issue stems form the copyright laws of Angola, which are really
interesting to read -- read them in english --
https://www.copyright-watch.org/files/Angola.pdf of course I dont expect
people to know their copyright laws in detail or to have read them but they
do know the principles of
"We are building a nonprofit search engine for the Web"
Sounds alot like Knowledge Engine, if there were such a thing.
Any overlap with wikimedia projects?
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