On 6/30/2018 11:11 AM, Lucas Teles wrote: I was also looking for information on the expiration date for partnerships, which is when the users will notice the access issues. Not sure if there is any. I would guess that partnerships are not being terminated early, but merely being allowed to
On 13th June, the High Court of Australia allowed a defamation case against Google to proceed. Presently, Australia has no "safe harbour" provision for internet intermediaries, though there is some protection for telcos.  The previous week, on 7th June, the New South Wales state government
Hi! This link is very helpful! Thanks. I was also looking for information on the expiration date for partnerships, which is when the users will notice the access issues. Not sure if there is any. Teles Em sáb, 30 de jun de 2018 às 14:48, Yaroslav Blanter escreveu: > Hi Lucas, > > this one is
Hi Lucas, this one is from February: https://blog.wikimedia.org/2018/02/16/partnerships-new-approach/ Cheers Yaroslav On Sat, Jun 30, 2018 at 7:35 PM, Lucas Teles wrote: > Hello. > > On Portuguese Wikipedia Facebook page, I am receiving lots of messages > asking if Wikipedia Zero is over.
Hi, You are looking for this. https://blog.wikimedia.org/2018/02/16/partnerships-new-approach/ -- Yongmin Sent from my iPhone https://reviwiki.info/ Text licensed under CC BY ND 2.0 KR Please note that this address is list-only address and any non-mailing list mails will be treated as spam.
Hello. On Portuguese Wikipedia Facebook page, I am receiving lots of messages asking if Wikipedia Zero is over. One of them stated that they were told by the internet service provider that WMF has cancelled the program. Do we have any official statement about it? I learnt that WZ would end this
> WMF APs consistently fail to meet my expectations Pine do you have a list of specific flaws somewhere? You have good advice, but I've lost track of much of it. Did you participate in the AP talk page discussions? Did you try editing it to meet your standards? Best regards, Jim On Fri, Jun