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Thanks, this looks like a nice addition that will cumulatively save people
a lot of time if used widely. I'm forwarding to the Commons and Wikitech
lists. I haven't tested it but the concept looks good.
( https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Pine )
On Tue, Oct 9, 2018 at 10:14 AM Ananth
While I have limited knowledge of the facts in this situation, I am
concerned about the possibility that AffCom is insufficiently investigating
facts before making judgments.
Interventions from Affcom which are undertaken with an insufficient
knowledge of the facts risk doing more harm than good.
I do not know Wikimedia Portugal's situation but I am sympathetic to their
claim of difficulty staying in compliance.
Over the years I have heard many Wikimedia community organizations claim
that staying in compliance with Wikimedia Foundation and Affiliations
Committee requests are difficult. As
As a wikimedia Portugal board member I totally agree with Gonçalo's
statement. Despite what I believe where AffCom best efforts, they clearly
didn't knew how to properly deal with this situation. They took official
positions without hearing us, they've imposed a roadmap that we had to
Thanks a lot for the explanations! I also think the system of low level
banners during more time may be better (at least I'm sure it will have a
very significant effect in reducing associated vandalism).
In case it is possible, please tell me when the campaigns for Brazil and
The UG Wikipedia & Education elected a week ago its first board , and it
is my honor to communicate members and roles of this board to the movement.
The electoral process was both smooth and engaging, and thanks for everyone
who got involved with it. Please join me extending the
7 countries = the 6 mentioned + Brazil :D
On Tue, Oct 9, 2018 at 11:24 AM Joseph Seddon wrote:
> Hey all,
> Coffee is always controversial when it comes to fundraising. I can assure
> you that my team constantly works to try to ensure that these lines are
> appropriate. Our biggest
Coffee is always controversial when it comes to fundraising. I can assure
you that my team constantly works to try to ensure that these lines are
appropriate. Our biggest challenge has always been that this line has long
been extremely effective.
Looking back through our banners, it
We are very happy to inform you all that Indic-TechCom has made a new tool
to give a link to source file after doing the derivative work on commons.
We all know that how important to mention the source file correctly after
doing the derivative work. Based on the request of community
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