> I have some one question for you.
> I am having a very hard time wrapping my head around how the grant
> information you posted lead to WMF BoT voting James Heilman of the board in
> a vote of no-confidence.
Ruslan - what makes you think the two issues are connected?
I have heard
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Hi Lila, et al
I have some one question for you.
I am having a very hard time wrapping my head around how the grant
information you posted lead to WMF BoT voting James Heilman of the board in
a vote of no-confidence.
Something just doesn't add up here.
Any chance you can publish the actual
Patricio, et al
Are we any closer to having public comments from the BoT on how the Arrnon
debacle was able to occur?
I am especially interested in how Boryana fits in with this. Given
Boryana's shared history t Telsa with Arnnon, she would surely have known
about Arnnon's past at Google, but it
Which of these heinous sins do we commit?
On Sat, Feb 6, 2016 at 2:59 PM, Pine W wrote:
> I think that a number of us may appreciate this article, specifically
> people who are involved with Wikimedia affiliates, grant committees, and
> WMF Community Engagement including CR
The 'Thanks report' is up and running again, after being out of action
for the last few months. This seems down to time-outs when running the
query for wikidata, along with Faebot being throttled on labs (now
relaxed) and the more recent account
Sources are important. Practically they are neither easy nor always
obvious. When you consider a Wikipedia article with the same fact, it needs
a source in every language the article appears in. To top this off, there
are languages that require sources in their own language. The amount of