On Tue, Nov 8, 2016 at 7:29 PM, Rogol Domedonfors
> Since however, board and staff members are so concerned about respect and
> good faith, perhaps they would like demonstrate their commitment by being
> more willing to extend those courtesies to members of the
That's fantastic, Shabab! It is an excellent example of added value from
WLM, beyond the photos themselves.
On Tue, Nov 8, 2016 at 10:27 AM Shabab Mustafa
> I just want to add a little supplementary information, with this big
> response from the people,
Dear Dr Coleman
Congratulations on your appointment. May I offer some suggestions for
things you might like to pay attention to now tas you embark on your new
job. I suggest that engagement with the volunteer community, especially at
a strategic and early stage in your decision making will be
On Tue, Nov 8, 2016 at 9:10 AM, James Salsman wrote:
> I assumed that when an affiliated researcher apart from Foundation
> staff says, "we have the complete server logs for Wikipedia,"
> amounting to 17 terabytes per month, that means they possess the
> information. I am
Some recent posts here have provoked what seem to me to be unmerited
rebukes from members of WMF staff and board. In one case comments to the
effect that a Board member's new job might lead to a conflict of interest
led to a rebuke from the Board's chair "I’m really sad to witness the tone
I just want to add a little supplementary information, with this big
response from the people, at a point we had many pictures of Govt. listed
archeological sites but we didn't have articles on them for each and every
of them. So, we started a edit-a-thon to keep up with the flow. That
I assumed that when an affiliated researcher apart from Foundation
staff says, "we have the complete server logs for Wikipedia,"
amounting to 17 terabytes per month, that means they possess the
information. I am glad to be wrong about that, but I object to the
implication that such an
> If this does not imply that the logs are copied from Foundation servers,
that is certainly advantageous over the apparent meaning of the language
I am saddened to see that – instead of asking (legitimate) questions to
clarify how data is collected and shared – you are assuming
I am very impressed. A great career until now, good universities, published
books. Victoria, I wish you plenty of success! Welcome!
Nikola / User:Лорд Бъмбъри
Wikimedians of Bulgaria
On Tue, Nov 8, 2016 at 5:07 AM, Nurunnaby Hasive
> Welcome Victoria.
For the first time we arrange WLM in Bangladesh & we get huge response.
Hope next year we got more beautiful monuments picture.
Member, Organising Committee
WLM Bangladesh 2016
On Tue, Nov 8, 2016 at 2:25 PM, Biyanto Rebin
> I love this picture,
Not going to North Corolina is absolutely fine with me. We do not gain
anything by going there arguably not to any state in the United States.
What Wikimania is, is a platform for propaganda for what we have, what we
do, who we are and how we do what we do. In many countries Wikipedia is not
James Salsman wrote:
> If this does not imply that the logs are copied from Foundation
> servers, that is certainly advantageous over the apparent meaning
> of the language used.
Reading the links you provided, and Robert West's acknowledgements which
you did not link to, the above strikes me
Leila Zia wrote:
>... we are not aware of any reader logs being shipped out of the
> WMF servers.
Page 20 of http://infolab.stanford.edu/~west1/pubs/West_Dissertation-2016.pdf
says, "We have access to Wikimedia’s full server logs, containing all
HTTP requests to Wikimedia projects." Page 19
I love this picture, thank you Tanweer!
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