Thanks for offering to answer questions. I asked one but couldn't log onto
Zoom due to being busy.
Do we know when notes of the hour will be out?
On Fri, 5 Jun 2020 at 08:30, Pine W wrote:
> Agreed that office hours are a nice idea, although
> 1. For privacy reasons,I don't
On 2020-06-05 00:29, Pine W wrote:
> I don't know what all was going on inside of WMF, but I would have
> wanted an outsider -- that is, not someone inside of WMF -- to review
> the actions of the staff, similar to how police departments are
> sometimes reviewed by outside agencies after
(I won't make this personal and this is *not* to *anyone* or about any past
incident in specific.)
But I second Legoktm on this. That was surprising to me as well.
We have pages and essays on Wikipedia such as
* IPs are human too (
Agreed that office hours are a nice idea, although
1. For privacy reasons,I don't think that they need to be on video.
Sue had them on IRC. In the Wikimedia Cafe several of us use audio
2. I'm digesting what Maggie said about the incidents of last July.
I'm not sure that the version of
Yes thank you very much. I really liked the sincerity and the straight to the
point amswers. It feels great to be listened at and given sincere answers.
Make this call a best practice, it rocked.
Nattes à chat
Envoyé de mon iPhone
> Le 4 juin 2020 à 22:16, Tito Dutta a
1) For me, as non-native speaker, it really helps to see someone speak
while I am hearing them. I applaud Maggie for doing this on screen. There
is no need for recording, but the streaming really adds to my understanding
of what is being said.
2) Though I realise that it may be a case
On Fri, 5 Jun 2020 at 09:30, Pine W wrote:
> 1. For privacy reasons,I don't think that they need to be on video.
> Sue had them on IRC. In the Wikimedia Cafe several of us use audio
It was great to have it in person. Conferencing is a great opportunity to
have a more humane experience
I agree. youtube (+zoom) and chat worked very well. I still had problem
follow all that being said, and would like the "black" notice to have
been used more and show (just a few seconds) the question being
discussed. And besides applauds for Maggie being straight forward, I
also want to
On Fri, Jun 5, 2020 at 11:17 AM Aron Manning wrote:
> It doesn't answer any of your questions, but I've just stumbled upon this
> and thought you might be interested: 2019 Governance Review
On Tue, 7 Apr 2020 at 21:43, Pine W wrote:
> This topic has been in the back of my mind for awhile.
Your proposal was thought-provoking. I was about to share my thoughts on it
for a long time:
First, I think there are 3 aspects to the discussion on the CoC:
1. The values and
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