For Wikimedia Commons the issue of how to handle digital restorations
has been discussed several times, there are no single solutions. The
general position is that original images, such as very old glass plate
prints from archives, should be preserved and displayed in their
original state, but
Is Wikimedia 'friendly' to or 'safe' for people who voted for, donated to,
or worked for Trump or Farage or Reagan or LePen or Berlusconi or Modi or
Bolsonaro or Orban or Bush or Thatcher or Churchill?
On Tue, May 28, 2019 at 12:04 PM camelia boban
> I agree a unique, inconfondible and
Hi Mister Thrapostibongles,
I would believe so. However, after knowing a case where a WMF staff was
fired after their denounce of such a situation caused a fuss in the target
community, I'm not so sure the WMF shares that understanding. Until there
is some strong standing from the WMF about such
That'd be me! I'll follow up with Amir and Isaac directly.
On Tue, May 28, 2019 at 10:32 AM Isaac Olatunde
> Sure, I'd be happy to! This makes a lot of sense. Who is in charge of the
> blog at WMF?
> On Sat, May 25, 2019, 11:27 AM Gerard
It should be, but I don't find this kind of comments particulary useful,
since they doesn't seem to contribute to the overall discussion.
I believe that a central or unique code of conduct that everyone adheres
to, should be the most efficient way to go, if any particulairties are
needed to be
Would anyone care to specify or, at least, provide examples of "such
ideologies" as would not be "allowed in our movement"?
I have the feeling that the focus should not be on thoughts, beliefs, or
attitudes, but rather on behavior.
I get scared ("feel unsafe") whenever discussions take the turn
I've been playing with an idea that a a kind of batch script could be
applied to an image, and then the result of the processing becomes the
image to display, but the real image is not changed at all. Someting
like magick-script in a tag-function. I have not checked how secure
it would be, but
An excellent idea, no doubt, but is multiplying codes of conduct really the
best way forward? Would it not be better if the Foundation were to
promulgate a single code of conduct covering all its projects and spaces,
and then supplement that with individual guidelines in specific cases?
Sure, I'd be happy to! This makes a lot of sense. Who is in charge of the
blog at WMF?
On Sat, May 25, 2019, 11:27 AM Gerard Meijssen Hey Isaac,
> Would you be willing to either write an article about using the Yoruba
> keyboard. Particularly what it takes to learn to use it and
> I'm curious if non discriminating anyone politically could imply a group or
> community being forced to accept people from the extreme right or the likes
> of it, with public (but not onwiki) views against migration, promoting
> racial discrimination, and revisionism, for instance?
I agree a unique, inconfondible and free of interpretations CoC to be
adopted by all UGs, as suggested by Thrapostibongles.
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