This Saturday, March 20, the Commons Photographers will host their first
virtual meeting of 2021. External guest Ben Horne will talk about large
format wilderness photography, followed by a question-and-answer session.
Ben shoots 8×10 film and he's YouTube's first, and longest active
Given that this page
clearly aims at influencing the election of political candidates to
public office and "build political pressure", can we expect the Wikimedia
Foundation to file Form 1120-POL as mandated by the IRS?
I'd like to add some thoughts to the discussion about the potential pros
and cons of spinning parts of the Wikimedia Foundation off. I’m writing
this in my personal capacity and this email might not represent the views
of the Wiki Education Foundation.
This is a comparably long note; the
First of all, thanks a lot for the many good wishes that I received on- and
offline. Let me answer some of the questions that came up in this thread.
(1) WMF grant money
The Wiki Education Foundation received a grant to get things off the ground
last year as part of the Projects and
projects like Wikipedians in Residence.
On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 6:22 PM, MZMcBride z...@mzmcbride.com wrote:
Frank Schulenburg wrote:
[...] it is widely known that paid editing is frowned upon by many in the
editing community and by the Wikimedia Foundation.
Paid editing is not the same
Tomorrow at 17:00 UTC, I will be holding an office hour about program
evaluation on #wikimedia-office. The target audience for this office
hour will be chapter representatives and volunteers who are currently
running (or planning to run) programs and programmatic activities.