I really appreciate your sharing this (last winter and now). Kindness is
indeed a higher calling, and tightly bound to sharing & protecting the
rights and opportunities of others. Sj
On May 18, 2016 14:21, "Jake Orlowitz" wrote:
In light of yesterday's public call for
On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 11:59 AM, Samuel Klein wrote:
> I really appreciate your sharing this (last winter and now). Kindness is
> indeed a higher calling, and tightly bound to sharing & protecting the
> rights and opportunities of others. Sj
> On May 18, 2016 14:21,
Thank you, Jake.
I have yet to meet a perfect human who never never needed support from
others. (A small number of people act like they are self-made successes,
and those people can be destructive in their own ways.) Much better to ask
for help than to drown alone.
I think that we'll always have
Wow Jake, that is an amazing story, thanks for sharing.
I just watched a Dutch version of this #chicagogirl documentary last week:
It struck me that doing this was pretty crazy, but who knew it had been
On 17 May 2016 at 13:44, Chris Sherlock wrote:
> I've just been blocked forever. I've been bullied, and I'm having suicidal
Followup: Chris is fine :-) All is well. He's quite touched at how
many people rallied around to help him. Mostly he's a bit
Awesome news, Alex!
The rapid grants site is very welcoming and the information is very clear.
I especially appreciated the "learn" page with the guidelines, and I do
think the forum is a good idea that should definitely be explored.
Going forward, it'll be a good idea to translate guidelines,
Thanks for exploring the new program! Yes, we definitely plan to have the
pages translated. We want to see if there will be any substantial edits to
the content during this first phase before we do a big translation campaign
On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 2:30 AM, ido
In light of yesterday's public call for help from one of our editors, I'd
like to share something I wrote last winter.
It's called, Journey of a Wikipedian.