Completely nothing was done with the community input about not being
able to do cross wiki joins anymore . In the past the WMF would do
something with community input. I guess the new strategy is to just give
the appearance of community input to legitimize a decision. Nice way
Of interest to the wider community. I really hope this is not part of a
larger pattern of the WMF ignoring community.
Subject:Re: [Wikitech-l] CI and Code Review
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 2020 22:40:38 +0200
From: Maarten Dammers
On 04-07-18 11:07, mathieu stumpf guntz wrote:
Le 19/05/2018 à 03:35, Denny Vrandečić a écrit :
Regarding attribution, commonly it is assumed that you have to
respect it transitively. That is one of the reasons a license that
requires BY sucks so hard for data: unlike with
Today a ban was set on #wikimedia-bans that bans any user who is not
authenticated to the nickserv from joining a channel (
[BanList:#wikimedia-bans] $~a set by AlexZ on 10/01/16 09:19 AM ).
#wikimedia-bans is inherited by most Wikimedia channels so a lot of
people get banned messages. I
Good luck to the new board!
Op 7-12-2015 om 23:38 schreef Siska Doviana:
Any photos? :D
Why are people sending this to the announce list and why isn't the
announce list properly moderated?
Wikimedia-l mailing list,
Sad to hear this. I remember running in the same situation a couple of
put up for everyone with a high percentage for most of the month .
Back than I contacted the people at the WMF responsible for that. I
I understand you reasoning, but you couldn't have communicated and timed
this in a worse way. You might be doing the right thing, but because of
this ill communication and timing, this will be completely overshadowed.
That saddens me. Good luck with the shit storm :-(
I just got this email from Wikimedia UK. Are more chapters considering
this? I see some pro's and con's on
https://wiki.wikimedia.org.uk/wiki/IT_Development/This_wiki , but it
doesn't list the most important con: Waste of movement effort and money
on for example debugging a
Good luck guys. It's a shame that it has come this far, I hope this is
the wake up call for the WMF that this wasn't the smartest thing to do.
Op 21-9-2013 12:18, Federico Leva (Nemo) schreef:
P.s.: P.s.: You can check whether the WMF protects the logo of your
Last year after the Berlin Hackathon I sent an email to internal-l about
the accommodation. The text I sent was quite sharp to get a response. A
lot of people replied to the email and it contained a lot of useful
opinions. The discussion was quite heated at some point and I would
Wikimedia Nederland invites all developers to the Wikimedia Hackathon.
The Wikimedia Hackathon will be in 2013 from 24-26 May. The registration
is now open and also includes the possibility to apply for a travel,
accommodation or full scholarship. You can find the form at
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