On 25.06.2016 17:15, James Forrester wrote:
> On 23 June 2016 at 17:01, Pine W wrote:
>> 1. Is Flow feature development still frozen? If and when would Flow feature
>> development resume?
> Yes, principal development is frozen. Like with all production software,
On 09.02.2016 16:40, Gerard Meijssen wrote:
> When you cap Wikimania, who is not to come?
Employees of the WMF and the chapters, other than WMF's community
engagement team and maybe - just maybe - selected speakers as speakers,
not as general participants.
Wikimania is not for and about
On 29.12.2015 03:40, Pete Forsyth wrote:
> This is not an "either/or" situation. At least in the past, when I have
> manually added Wayback Machine links (or seen them added by bots), they do
> not *replace* dead links, they merely complement them. The English
> Wikipedia templates include two
On 16.12.2015 21:12, Danny Horn wrote:
> #1. Migrate dead links to the Wayback Machine (111 support votes)
I really hope, you don't follow that wish, as it is detrimental to the
quality of Wikipedia.
Switching dead links to the archive is a move to a dead end, instead of
On 08.12.2015 00:52, Craig Franklin wrote:
> In a database, we are limited to
> saying that Jerusalem either is or is not the capital of Israel.
We are not. Wikidata is a repositum of statements. It can contain both a
statement that Jerusalem is the caital of Israel and another statement
On 22.08.2014 09:22, Erik Moeller wrote:
- The MediaViewer rollout was very smooth until the deployments to
German Wikipedia, English Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons. There could
be many reasons for that -- but it's a fact nonetheless. I do see
little evidence that users in other communities
On 12.08.2014 21:41, Magnus Manske wrote:
On Tue, Aug 12, 2014 at 5:33 PM, Henning Schlottmann h.schlottm...@gmx.net
This is serious. WMF really needs to appreciate the expertise of the
author community and accept their experience a important and valid. If
authors tell the WMF
On 12.08.2014 16:57, Magnus Manske wrote:
German Wikipedia had 1.1 billion page views in June . ~300 votes (~2/3
against MediaViewer) do not represent the readers, IMHO.
Claiming to speak for a perceived silent majority will not help you much
in this discussion.
There is a common pattern in