Aye, what Vito said.
For some context the WP0 team reached out to me when the partners started
flagging some of this as well. We've been considering a couple different
options which I think should be wider discussed. Part of that was also a
realization that we needed a way to actually tell if
Realistically. Wikipedia is very much an enabler.
Your ease to consider "simply" disabling mobile edits or uploads I find
appalling. People in countries like USA or UK are very fortunate. Nobody
would ever argue to disable their edits or uploads. At the same time as a
movement we desperately
On 19 Mar 2016 13:47, "Toby Dollmann" wrote:
> Much of it is relevant for WM Commons.
How so? Commons has a very different purpose to Facebook.
I liked Facebooks' careful definition of what constitutes nudity.
Though their new policy would allow for diagrams of genitals for
medical education, it would be tough for Commons to adopt similar
anti-nudity laws without deleting a lot of historical and culturally
relevant photographs, plus all
Hoi Gerard Meijssen et all.,
If there are issue with mobile edits we must take the necessary action to
protect the wiki and re-users, this might include the aforementioned measures.
I am sure we won't wast volunteers time.
If there are more problems than benefit... It is speaking for itself.
In a way, it is great to hear that Wikipedia zero is attracting new
editors! That is what I hoped for more than increasing readership.
The general question on how to stimulate positive edits while discouraging
negative contributions is the tricky part. What we always tell outsiders on
why we can