Jean-Philippe: if you are composing a list, could you please also publish
it on Commons? I think it would be a helpful overview for others as well!
On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 9:58 AM, Caroline Becker <
> You can have a kind of list with
James, are there any reasons that having a community-friendly opinion on
the subpoena, national security letter, political risks and related
overheads of using closed source hardware with backdoor coprocessors is an
inappropriate litmus test for the Technology Expert seat on the Board?
This mailing list thread is about the Wikimedia Foundation recruiting
members for its board and I would like to ask we stick to that, please.
Associate Product Manager
On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 11:22 AM, James Salsman
I'm also concerned about the implementation of these new rules - especially
in the context of the upcoming Wiki Loves Monuments round. If implemented
without change or exceptions, the implications could be tricky.
The combination of dates and timelines effectively reduces the time window
To follow up on this, Katherine, would you please state the relative risk
to politically controversial editors of using CPUs without backdoor
coprocessors to host Foundation projects?
Are there a
*All,Here's an update on various activities pertaining to the
upcomingWikimania '18 which is being held July 18-22 in Cape Town, South
Africa.WMF Scholarship Program: 135 people were offered and subsequently
accepteda full or partial scholarship to attend. The awardees are listed
You can have a kind of list with the PD-gov category in Commons :
Membre de Wikimédia France
2018-05-15 18:02 GMT+02:00 Jean-Philippe Béland :
> Good day,
> Is there a list somewhere of
Is there a list somewhere of countries or sub-national governments that
publish the works of their employees in the public domain?
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