Re: [Wikimedia-l] The other side of the crisis at WMFR

2017-10-13 Thread Caroline Becker
Hi Emeric, I am very pleased that you take mental health seriously. I remember, not so long ago, that your actions while you were in Wikimedia France had serious impact on the mental health of at least two of your members. In January, someone had a meltdown just in front of you. Could you remind

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Countries that publish in public domain

2018-05-15 Thread Caroline Becker
Hi, You can have a kind of list with the PD-gov category in Commons : Caroline Becker Membre de Wikimédia France 2018-05-15 18:02 GMT+02:00 Jean-Philippe Béland <>: > Good day, > > Is there a

Re: [Wikimedia-l] The Wikimedia Foundation's FY18-19 Annual Plan is on Meta-wiki

2018-03-31 Thread Caroline Becker
Hi and thank you for your input, Please note that the WMF budget supports diversity in two ways : _software and technical support, the most basic exemple being Mediawiki which exists in a huge variety of languages _grants to non-US projects, such a rapid grants and project grants. Also, there is

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Wikidata now officially has more total edits than English language Wikipedia

2019-03-20 Thread Caroline Becker
But... bots are operated, written, and reviewed by real humans ? Like if I spend 2 hours adding "painting by Vincent van Gogh" manually on every relevant item by hand, how is that more valuable than spending 20 minutes to write a bot that does that for me (and can be used for similar tasks) ?

Re: [Wikimedia-l] New board for Wikimedia Belgium + evaluation behaviour WMF

2019-06-17 Thread Caroline Becker
Hi all, I have no opinion whatsoever about all the things going on in this mail, except for this part : Three additional anonymous complaints were: * speaking to loud * standing to close * having touched someone's hand/arm It must be noted that *none* of the people that complained to the Trust

Re: [Wikimedia-l] New board for Wikimedia Belgium + evaluation behaviour WMF

2019-06-17 Thread Caroline Becker
I was forced to step up *today* on this mailing list because the description of the WIkimania 2018 incident in the first mail was false: the claim that "none of us expressed there was a problem" is simply not what happened. And by the way this is exactly why the details of stuff like that are NOT

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Some goodbye to all

2019-06-20 Thread Caroline Becker
This is such a lost. Not only did you waisted an opportunity to learn and grow from your mistakes the first time, you reiterate here, showing no willingness to grow and learn. But why would you take the difficult path, when by just claiming your right to "weirdness" (which I guess only apply to

Re: [Wikimedia-l] "The Foundation does not care so much of the French-speaking contributors"

2019-09-15 Thread Caroline Becker
All of the people you wished were there _Who was invited ? _Was it before or after the days of the conference was choosen ? _What accomodation was given with the invitation ? Le dim. 15 sept. 2019 à 23:07, Joseph Seddon a écrit : > Before we call out individuals for lack of attendance publicly,