Re: [Wikimedia-l] Solving the China censorship problem

2013-06-09 Thread Krenair
It still references 'commit access' though... Alex Monk On 09/06/13 04:45, Risker wrote: The requirements for voting are almost identical in 2013 compared to 2011. For editor voters, WMF staff and contractors, and Board/advisory board members, they are exactly the same. A modification was

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Solving the China censorship problem

2013-06-08 Thread James Salsman
Nathan wrote: ... How would transcoding the stoplist stop censorship? The paper Leslie linked to indicates that the Great Firewall operates through automated packet inspection, but its stoplist is regularly exposed in peer-to-peer applications such as TOM-Skype. We could replace its stoplist

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Solving the China censorship problem

2013-06-08 Thread Risker
On 8 June 2013 23:16, James Salsman jsals...@gmail.com wrote: snip Who approved the tighter restrictions on who can vote in Board elections this year? The requirements for voting are almost identical in 2013 compared to 2011. For editor voters, WMF staff and contractors, and Board/advisory

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Solving the China censorship problem

2013-06-08 Thread Nathan
Too bad mailing list posts don't count :-P My editing has been highly sporadic, and for the first time in six years, apparently I don't qualify to vote. On Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 11:45 PM, Risker risker...@gmail.com wrote: On 8 June 2013 23:16, James Salsman jsals...@gmail.com wrote: snip Who

[Wikimedia-l] Solving the China censorship problem

2013-06-07 Thread James Salsman
If we transcoded the stoplist would we still trigger censorship in China? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:Wikipedia_Signpost/Newsroom/Suggestions/Archive_20#Mentioning_Wikipedia_on_Chinese_Skype_triggers_surveillance All centralized authorities engage in misguided attempts to impose