On 01/16/2016 06:11 PM, Denny Vrandecic wrote:
> To give a bit more thoughts: I am not terribly worried about current
> crawlers. But currently, and more in the future, I expect us to provide
> more complex and this expensive APIs: a SPARQL endpoint, parsing APIs, etc.
> These will be simply
Selling infrastructure is not cheap. The organisations that buy this
service need a service level agreement. They require this service to be
always on. This means that we need at least three times the number of
hardware. One for development and at least two for production. This will
I've been thinking about it and this is just bothering me too much.
On Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 5:48 PM, Todd Allen wrote:
> Folks (WMF board, and those closely related), do we really have to hold a
> vote of no confidence to get your attention? Do you have any doubt that
On behalf of WUGN, this is to congratulate all the Wikimedia communities for
the success of the celebration of Wikipedia at 15.
We held an event at Fountain University in Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria as a way
of commemorating the 15th years anniversary in the country. It was also a
Charging Google for computing power is a Quixotic business model.
For comparison, Google's own approach to this same problem, when the N$A
wants to run so many ongoing searches that it would vaporize a little
section of the Columbia River, is to lease a search appliance cluster to
the agencies in
Just found https://github.com/starakaj/wikisonnet. Apparently it's a
family-run project :-D
Il 17/01/2016 00:31, Asaf Bartov ha scritto:
On Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 3:08 PM, Johan Jönsson wrote:
The status as a student union will
be nominated for
Il 17/01/2016 00:49, Risker ha scritto:
Hmm. The majority of those crawlers are from search engines - the very
search engines that keep us in the top 10 of their results (and often in
the top 3), thus leading to the usage and donations that we need to
survive. If they have to pay, then they
On 16 January 2016 at 18:21, Lila Tretikov wrote:
> I don't think the minutes give enough detail.
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