Hello Nicole & everyone,
Even if it looks like a formality for an organization like WMDE,
congratulations to all your team! It's still hard work to comply and get that.
Association pour le libre partage de la connaissance
Involved parties include some names that will be familiar to Wikimedians and
WMFers: "AppNexus, Betaworks, Craig Newmark Philanthropic Fund, Democracy Fund,
On 05/04/17 11:52, Fæ wrote:
Should have been common practice years ago.
Wikimedia-l mailing list,
I definitely support using gender-neutral language wherever possible,
especially since I'm agender and prefer being addressed with "singular
they" pronouns. I'll support your proposal on Commons.
- Pax aka Funcrunch
On 4/5/17 5:54 AM, Amir E. Aharoni wrote:
Writing should, indeed, be
Writing should, indeed, be gender-neutral when the gender is not known. But
when the gender is known, it is possible in MediaWiki software to write
messaging according to the indicated gender.
Note that in the English grammar it is needed relatively rarely in the
first place. It is relevant for
One of the unplanned outcomes from the Wikimedia Conference in Berlin,
was that the various discussions over /feeling/ more welcoming in our
language presumptions for
Brilliant news!! The best of the best!
On 4 April 2017 at 21:26, Anna Torres wrote:
> Congrats to all the new advisors!!! :)
> 2017-04-04 16:13 GMT-03:00 Michał Buczyński :
> > Let me join the best wishes and write it is great to see you three