I am really very sad to see you go.
Most probably we first talked on 10 November 2012 when i sent my
identification details to WMF and you attended.
And later when I contacted you twice or thrice on on-Wiki harassement (IAC,
legal threats etc.) I know we did not agree to some topics (ODoB, Indian
Forwarding this to wikimedia-l as it doesn't seem to be very technical in
nature, but definitely seems worthy of discussion.
Danny Horn wrote:
>For a while now, the Collaboration team has been working on Flow, the
>structured discussion system. I want to let you know about some
Will the Visual Editor be enabled on Talk Pages then for use of the Visual
Editor user? Flow had been heralded as the solution for those not able to
contribute in wikitext but if that option is off the table, what is the
solution for the VE-only user?
This is covered in depth at
Good job to wikimedians and the WMF!
On Wed, Sep 2, 2015 at 12:00 PM, Matt Campbell wrote:
Danny Horn wrote:
>To better address the needs of our core contributors, we're now focusing
>our strategy on the curation, collaboration, and admin processes that
>take place on a variety of pages. Many of these processes use complex
>workarounds -- templates, categories, transclusions, and lots
Guess no organization can be completely safe vs. a few bad actors exploiting
their positions of trust in it. But with so many people
I don't know how Wikimedia engineering tracks project resource usage - is
there a number out there for the total cost to the WMF associated with the
Flow project? At a basic minimum, the number of developer and other hours
dedicated to Flow (including fully dedicated contractors)? Is it likely
We have a number of discussions ongoing with respect to what measures we
should take to address the issue of promotional paid editing generally and
to prevent this from happening again
sorry to see you go. I hope you recover soon, and good luck on your future
On Mon, 31 Aug 2015 12:01:26 -0700
Philippe Beaudette wrote:
> Dear friends,
> Six years is a long time. Over the last six years, I've
so sorry to see you go :-(. I hope you recover soon!
> From: phili...@wikimedia.org
> Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2015 12:01:26 -0700
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [Wikimedia-l] Announcement
> Dear friends,
> Six years is a long time. Over the last six years, I've been privileged
Finance perspective here. My understanding is that Lila slowed the
development of Flow awhile back. If Flow was turning out to be a resource
intensive project with marginal benefits, then ending its development is
likely to be a good management decision. A retrospective on Flow's
Thank you for all the great work you've done over the years. I hope your
health improves quickly and fully, and I will see you around on wiki
with us blocking the wrong people, protecting the wrong version, and
editing the wrong articles together.
On 31/08/2015 20:01, Philippe Beaudette
On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 8:55 PM, Eduardo Testart wrote:
> Reported as bets as I could on:
The necessary part was the "[b7e99e43] Exception Caught" and "[97b50521]
Exception Caught". That allows me to look up the exception
El sept. 1, 2015 12:23 PM, "Brad Jorsch (Anomie)"
> On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 8:55 PM, Eduardo Testart
> > Brad,
> > Reported as bets as I could on:
> > https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T94562
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