I like the idea of more transparency, and I think that opening processes
can often help to reduce surprises and increase the quality of decisions.
I wonder whether a reason that people hide information, including drafts
and plans, is that they are afraid that if they share information then
Recent events have brought to mind the recurring challenges of stress and
friction in the Wikiverse that can happen in interactions, or lack of
interactions, between WMF, affiliates, and community members.
I realize that some friction is inevitable, but the feeling that I get is
The French version is also present on the same page on Commons. It is the
version dated February 7.
La version en français est également disponible sur la même page. Il s'agit
de la version du document daté du 7 février.
Serait-il possible aussi de mettre la version originale en français sur
Commons ? Histoire de permettre une plus grande diffusion et de ne pas
accentuer l'anglo-centrisme de Wikimédia. :)
Could it be possible to upload the French original version on Commons ? So
we can have a wider
Those instances where we don’t know yet whether the information would be
acceptable in any of our projects, as the decision is generally made by
consensus, and consensus can change and can vary between projects. Edge cases
are not easily predictable. Also it is possible that new projects may
Thank you very much for bringing this to the attention of the broader
community, Osmar. I will note that the gist of this statement was recently
discussed by the Roles & Responsibilities Strategy Working Group and we
noted that it reflects and expands upon several points we had found during
A Portuguese version is also available now:
Osmar Valdebenito escreveu no dia sexta,
22/02/2019 à(s) 01:43:
> Hello friends,
> I would like to share with you the declaration made by most of the
Could you please give an example of the instances that it wouldn't predict
On Fri, 22 Feb 2019, 10:44 Peter Southwood,
> That would be a fair operational definition in our context, but it does
> not predict well for all instances.
On Fri, Feb 22, 2019 at 9:52 AM Amir E. Aharoni <
> Do the people to whom you speak have the same understanding of what our
> definition of knowledge is?
I guess I can make them aware of it from now on :-)
That would be a fair operational definition in our context, but it does not
predict well for all instances.
From: Wikimedia-l [mailto:wikimedia-l-boun...@lists.wikimedia.org] On Behalf Of
Amir E. Aharoni
Sent: 22 February 2019 10:39
To: Wikimedia Mailing
In 2018, Wikimedia France has experienced a significant restructuring phase
with a new turnover with a new Board and a new organization of the salaried
team following the unfortunate events that occurred in 2017.
In this context, Wikimedia France has requested the expertise of an agency
Thanks for sharing this Mia! Îm really glad to read that it can be an ongoing
project and not just an equality token on March, 8.
I have a question: do you have a budget for transportation for people who want
to attend and babysitting facilities?
Could it be possible for organizers to get a
בתאריך יום ו׳, 22 בפבר׳ 2019 ב-10:30 מאת David Cuenca Tudela <
> On Fri, 22 Feb 2019, 08:27 Amir E. Aharoni,
> > What is our definition of knowledge?
> In my opinion, the informal definition would be: all the information that
> the Wikimedia community
On Fri, 22 Feb 2019, 08:27 Amir E. Aharoni,
> What is our definition of knowledge?
In my opinion, the informal definition would be: all the information that
the Wikimedia community allows into their projects.
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