A "reasonable person test" has in it a bias because what is reasonable in
one culture may not be in another especially when it comes to language use
like this tourist promo in Australia
In what way would this clarify anything? Common sense is not so common, and
sometimes is not even rational. Reasonable person at least provides some
conditions for testing, though is also clearly not very useful in a
Please allow me to add a solution to issue 1 as a brilliant colleague reminded
my mistake for not putting any solution for that problem.
My ideal solution is to replace the word "reasonable person" with some
equivalent words like "common sense" though that is not accurate as
I would like to share some ideas regarding UCoC and experience while I was
acting as an administrator of Chinese Wikipedia chatting groups. Please first
allow me to introduce myself: I used to be a former drafter of Chinese
Wikipedia IRC protocol (Zhwiki’s IRCPOL) but abandoned to
Hello, Namaste, Namaskara, Assalam ‘Alaykum, Sat Srī Akāl , Vanakkam*
We just concluded the second day of the Wikimedia Wikimeet India 2021.
Tomorrow, 21 February 2021, is the International Mother Language Day. This
is also our third day of the program.
These are the details of three tracks and
Thanks for alerting the list to this. Various teams at the Foundation have
been monitoring the situation in Myanmar and continue to do so. While we
are currently still gathering data to better understand what is actually
happening, our initial analysis indicates that the