I LOVE your email. I forward it to our public list.
Le 13/07/2017 à 17:37, Anders Wennersten a écrit :
I LOVE the Wikipedia way of working - result-oriented, respectful
dialogues around facts
I HATE power-games and misuse of given authority, both in general in
I have views on both votes, but I'll just share one, as I no longer
feel that sharing any more of my viewpoint about the WMF board and its
elections here or on-wiki would be welcome, or make any difference
apart from helping to paint a bigger target on my back.
Having James back on the board is
I think that suggesting a change of vocabulary is a good idea. I suggest
that you place that feedback on the page that Joe linked.
You might also mention -- although I'm not sure whether that page is the
best place for this suggestion, but adding it wouldn't hurt --
that WMF could
Hi WMF folks,
I'm still waiting for a reply to this question.
On Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 11:14 PM, Pine W wrote:
> Having had time to reflect further on this matter, I'm having difficulty
> with writing a comprehensive reply in a civil tone.
> Rather than try to
The Support and Safety team is looking for your thoughts on the recent
Wikimedia Foundation elections cycle - that is, the Board of Trustees
elections in April/May, and the Funds Dissemination Committee meeting in
What do you think went well, and what do you think could have
Um. I of course mean "election", not "meeting". :)
On 14 July 2017 at 12:46, Joe Sutherland wrote:
> Hello all!
> The Support and Safety team is looking for your thoughts on the recent
You don't mean "election" when it comes to the Board, unless you mean
"election to the position of being considered for appointment by the
Board". Unless and until those positions are either truly directly elected
by the Community, or the Board commits itself to appointing whomsoever the