The interface seems to be completely static. Then there seems to be some
kind of possible interaction, which I was unable to see, as it requires
registration and registration is not working for Firefox ATM.
Maybe it is open in the sense that it shows to everyone what is there, but
I also generally discuss what I can offwiki (using a number of channels,
but mainly Telegram) , and leave to onwiki discussions what is strictly
necessary, but it has much more to do with the slowness and lack of
usability of the wiki talk system, than with a toxic environment.
That being said,
The outreach Wiki and Wikimedia Space have some similarities but I don't
they serve the same purposes.
On Tue, Jun 25, 2019, 7:56 PM Pine W Hi Maria,
> Thanks for this update.
> I hope that you can answer a question. I may be mistaken, but my impression
> is that the
Any wikipedia meetup or anything next month ? I want to participate from
Nepal ? Let me know?
On Tue, Jun 25, 2019, 10:00 PM Janna Layton wrote:
> Time correction:
> The next Research Showcase will be live-streamed next Wednesday, June 26,
> at *11:30 AM PDT/18:30 UTC*.
The next Wikimedia Monthly Activities meeting will take place tomorrow,
Thursday, June 27th, 2019 at 18:00 UTC (11 AM PDT). The IRC channel is
#wikimedia-office on https://webchat.freenode.net, and the meeting will be
broadcast as a live YouTube stream:
Why do you consider Wikimedia Space a closed platform?
On 26.06.19 11:27, Paulo Santos Perneta wrote:
> I also generally discuss what I can offwiki (using a number of channels,
> but mainly Telegram) , and leave to onwiki discussions what is strictly
> necessary, but it has much
Just a reminder that this event will be happening in about half an hour!
Here's the Youtube link again: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiUfpmeJG7E
On Tue, Jun 25, 2019 at 9:14 AM Janna Layton wrote:
> Time correction:
> The next Research Showcase will be live-streamed next
Hi, thank you for your feedback about Wikimedia Space.
So far, there have been many comments focusing on _who_ has released _what_
and _how_. Let me tell you _why_ we are proposing Wikimedia Space. People
agreeing on _why_ can agree on the rest way easier.
Wikimedia Space is all about Wikimedia
On Wed, Jun 26, 2019 at 4:47 PM Quim Gil wrote:
> Hi, thank you for your feedback about Wikimedia Space.
> So far, there have been many comments focusing on _who_ has released _what_
> and _how_. Let me tell you _why_ we are proposing Wikimedia Space. People
> agreeing on _why_ can
I love the idea of experimenting like this.
More like this please. The simpler and lighter weight experiments can be
(w little drama ;) the more of possibility space we can explore.
And that's a space we should all be excited by.
On Wed., Jun. 26, 2019, 12:47 p.m. Quim Gil, wrote:
> Hi, thank
On Wed 26 Jun 2019 at 00:58, Amir Sarabadani wrote:
> I have no comment on Wikimedia Space. IMHO it's too soon to criticize it
> but I want to point out to a pattern that I have been seeing in the past
> couple of months by several people in this very mailing list.
> You have been repeating
Frankly, I am surprised by the announcement, too. Maybe I do not spend
enough time on wikis and mailinglists? :/
In general I am very curious for this new platform. I find it quite ...
telling or a bad signal that many wikipedians started to prefer discussing
wiki topics on Facebook (1)
On Tue, 25 Jun 2019 at 22:19, Yair Rand wrote:
> I'm getting so many red flags.
> Established by WMF via secret (non-transparent) process, with no community
> involvement? Non-wiki environment, with the same scope as existing wikis?
> WMF-decided conduct policies? Every single moderator is a
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