[Wikimedia-l] Requesting feedback about vandalism detection tools

2020-01-14 Thread Sydney Poore
Hello all, The Wikimedia Foundation Anti-Harassment Tools team has put out some ideas on a project page on Meta about tools we can build to help improve vandalism detection and mitigation on Wikimedia projects. We want your help with brainstorming on these ideas. What are some costs, benefits and

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Movement Strategy: Recommendations and community conversations launching next week

2020-01-14 Thread Kaarel Vaidla
Hi everyone, Thank you for your feedback regarding the community conversations process and your care for doing it in the right way! It is truly appreciated. I am happy to share a couple of points from the design perspective: - The movement strategy recommendations are, as some of you have

[Wikimedia-l] You're invited: Wikipedia & Education User Group Open Meeting, Jan 28 at 18:00 UTC

2020-01-14 Thread LiAnna Davis
Happy New Year! The Wikipedia & Education User Group invites you to attend our next Open Meeting via Zoom on *Tuesday, January 28, from 18:00 UTC to 19:30 UTC*. As usual for our Open Meetings, we will provide updates from the Wikipedia & Education board, then leave most of the time for our guest

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Movement Strategy: Recommendations and community conversations launching next week

2020-01-14 Thread Pine W
Hi Anders, I think that the original hope was that there would be community consensus around the recommendations from the strategy process. However, what I have heard so far leads me to think that the reception to the recommendations has been mixed. Neither the WMF Board nor the community are

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Movement Strategy: Recommendations and community conversations launching next week

2020-01-14 Thread effe iets anders
Hi Nicole, Last round (or was it the round before that?) there were some disappointed community members because their feedback did not really spark any conversation/exchange in a timely manner. I don't want to go back to focus on things that coulda woulda shoulda been better though. However, I

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Movement Strategy: Recommendations and community conversations launching next week

2020-01-14 Thread Anders Wennersten
The people who has written the forthcoming recommendations, have been engaged for around two years, and they have spend manmonths of dedicated work. It is not realistic to believe that an outsider (as we others now are) can substantially change any of the recommendations. We can though give

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Movement Strategy: Recommendations and community conversations launching next week

2020-01-14 Thread Paul J. Weiss
I share the time concerns that Pine and Todd addressed. But my larger concern is about the purpose of this next community conversation. You say that the core team will summarize the community input, and then the community will have a week to "suggest changes to the posted summary so that it

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Movement Strategy: Recommendations and community conversations launching next week

2020-01-14 Thread Alice Wiegand
I understand that the community conversation is planned to be conducted for around the next 6 weeks, it’s the discussion of the summary of that, which is planned for one week. Alice. > Am 14.01.2020 um 08:47 schrieb Todd Allen : > > Surely longer than a week can > be allowed for discussion of