On Thu, 23 Apr 2020 at 09:53, Chris Gates via Wikimedia-l
> It seems that they just gave a link to that website, which...eh...
> When I opened it, I heard one sentence of the stream before I stopped it
> and read the rest of the webpage:
It seems that they just gave a link to that website, which...eh...
When I opened it, I heard one sentence of the stream before I stopped it
and read the rest of the webpage: "and then we give thanks to spirit, for
the air we breathe, for the earth..." After reading the rest of the
2 meetings would be fine with one at an alternate time.
On Wed, 22 Apr 2020 at 20:54, Pine W wrote:
> Hi RhinosF1,
> The Café previously has been held on weekday mornings (US Pacific
> time). The schedule was moved to its current time after a suggestion
> that more
I can confirm that I see the same also here in the Netherlands. Which is
strange, there are no general elections here before 2021...
An explanation about this link would be interesting.
Am Mi., 22. Apr. 2020 um 22:50 Uhr schrieb Yair Rand :
> The WMF corporate site
The WMF corporate site (wikimediafoundation.org) currently has a
full-page ad with the text "We are watching Earth Day Live today. Will
you?". This links to an external site with the text "Click here to sign on
to the US Youth Climate Strike Coalition Earth Day Demands - From congress
and the next
Thanks for the comments here. I'm busy with off-wiki activities today
and can't respond with as much specificity as I would wish. I request
that you copy these comments to the talk page on Meta for discussion
Please keep in mind that this process is in the early stages. There
The Café previously has been held on weekday mornings (US Pacific
time). The schedule was moved to its current time after a suggestion
that more people from India would attend at the new time. The average
attendance has been significantly higher at the new time slot, so I
I'd like to stress - I can see a case for renaming it all as
"Wikipedia". I could even make that case!
I'm not inclined to advocate such a change myself - and I'm not
convinced that branding is a problem we have - but it's not an
But pre-deciding the outcome, then
I can't believe I'm saying this but I agree with Fæ as well.
Having been on the inside at some companies that underwent controversial
rebrands, I can see how this might be a very early stage thing to help
guide and shape thinking about how to approach a rebrand by unifying around
a high level
Would it be possible to run one at an alternative time?
Maybe on a weekday morning?
On Wed, 22 Apr 2020 at 10:29, Lane Rasberry wrote:
> I am writing to invite anyone to join the next online meeting of Wikimedia
> Café on Saturday 25 April 2020 4:30 PM UTC. Details for
How do you feel about the system of compulsory royalties they have to pay
for both academic journals and news journalism in Germany? See e.g.
In the U.S., we pay musicians for their works played on the radio, in
public venues, and pirated, all out
As it appears my earlier email was not approved by the moderators:
I'm in agreement with Fæ on this.
The text and videos given on the subject of the new "interconnection" focus
is all extremely vague. I don't see how this is a change from previous
branding, or how the idea of "interconnection"
I’m in agreement with Fæ here.
I just checked and wikipedia.org’s Alexa ranking is 13. That’s very
different from the 5 last time I checked, but it could be due to a number
of temporary factors. If there is evidence of a marked decrease in traffic
independent of the Coronavirus and other issues,
I am writing to invite anyone to join the next online meeting of Wikimedia
Café on Saturday 25 April 2020 4:30 PM UTC. Details for joining are at
> (video room open at that time) https://virginia.zoom.us/my/wikilgbt
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