On 8 June 2015 at 23:35, Bohdan Melnychuk bas...@yandex.ru wrote:
I'm sorry if some of the lists I listed were intended as cabalish and not to
be disclosed to others. I don't think cabalish lists are a good way to
collaborate for wikimedians.
Cabalish is rather a pejorative term. We have a
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This is really cool indeed and I am told (by the little birdie) that there
is more we can do. Thank you, team! Awesome!!!
On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 9:59 AM, Brion Vibber bvib...@wikimedia.org wrote:
On Sat, Jun 6, 2015 at 8:49 AM, Derk-Jan Hartman wrote:
[re: experiments using video.js to improve
Perhaps a bit early of the roundup of the Wikidata Menu Challenge, but I
think it is cool so I'll share it already. Some stats (thanks to André
Costa for collecting it) on the 300 items in the challenge:
Month of the challenge (and a few days afterwards) (2015-05-08 -
Well, let's not forget the big picture.
For all the bickering and squabbling it might have entailed, for all the
stumbles that might have happened in the process, the lot of us have
created the largest and probably most significant educational work in the
history of the world. And we've done it
By cabalish I mean not closed lists with clear membership process as
cultural partners is but the like of the paris group where you've got to
be a part of a cabal in order to even know about it (or have cabal
member mention it somewhere in front of you).
On 10.06.2015 13:46, Andy
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As of writing, Danish Wikipedia is now 32 articles from reaching 200,000.
It's midnight in Denmark now, so it will at some point tomorrow, CET.
2015-06-04 14:41 GMT-07:00 phoebe ayers phoebe.w...@gmail.com:
I need a break from thinking about things going wrong. And so per