A pattern seems to be developing, suggesting that you grab any opportunity
to question or attack the Wikimedia Foundation. I don't see any foundation
for your accusation, nor do I see a relevance for it in this thread.
This thread was pretty straightforward about a proposal/question,
These are indeed excellent questions which should be asked before starting
any survey. I wish I could be confident that it is universal practice for
the Foundation to undertake this exercise before each of the rather
numerous surveys they make of the community, and always able to view,
On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 6:30 AM, James Heilman wrote:
> Is this with respect to what to do about undisclosed paid editing or
> something else?
I believe it has to do with this list that Bill compiled, related to
political action: <
Is this with respect to what to do about undisclosed paid editing or
On Tuesday, February 14, 2017, Bill Takatoshi
> On Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at 6:03 PM, Nathan >
> > What would your intended use of the
It seems I'm missing some context here. I still don't understand what type
of survey we're talking about, what the intended purpose is and what would
be accomplished by such survey. You're talking about commissioning the
survey - from which capacity would you do that? What
On Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at 6:03 PM, Nathan wrote:
> What would your intended use of the results of such a survey be? How do you
> think the community, or any group of people, should interpret, value and
> react to the results?
I only intend that the results be published as soon
What would your intended use of the results of such a survey be? How do you
think the community, or any group of people, should interpret, value and
react to the results?
On Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at 7:59 PM, Bill Takatoshi
> When a contentious question about the
When a contentious question about the community's opinion is
preventing consideration of one or more proposals, what is the best
way forward, in general?
I am considering commissioning a survey of community opinion from a
neutral and respected third party who has published a well-received