or request new features, feel free to file a phabricator
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It might sound naive but Singapore also has lots of potential. Please
correct me if I'm wrong.
On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 10:12 PM Andrew Lih wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 12:24 PM Ilario Valdelli
> > Yes but India has probably 2 times the population of the whole Europe...
On Wed, Jan 16, 2019, 19:48 James Salsman wrote:
> The "agenda" is shared by a majority of the survey respondents so far.
You just disclosed results of the survey before it ends, meaning people who
fill out the survey are biased on what majority thinks and vote under peer
Even I agree we need more donations from mobile but more aggressive banners
doesn't usually lead to more donations coming. At least, if it's more
aggressive than a certain threshold and I think these banners pass that
threshold by far.
On Tue, Dec 11, 2018 at 5:00 PM David Gerard wrote:
Given the response on the talk page  I think it's clear violation of
nondiscrimination policy 
 "promotion of homosexuality will not be tolerated here nor will it be
forced down our throats to suit anyone's international political agenda if
you expect Ethiopians to take part."
Here's my 2c:
Calling gay people "subhuman" is so vile that needs direct action from
outside of the wiki but IMO this is a symptom of a larger issue.
The issue is that different wikis are disconnected and don't have proper
oversight by a central (volunteer-based) authority.
This sometimes lead to
Working with you on everyday basis was a bliss and I wish you all the best
in the future.
Keep in touch with us please.
On Mon, Feb 18, 2019 at 6:38 PM Adam Wight wrote:
> This is just a courtesy notice that I'm no longer employed by the Wikimedia
> Foundation as of
Dario, I will never forget all of your help when I started working on AI
projects in Wikimedia. Thank you!
Hope to see you soon in one of conferences and Good luck in your new job!
On Thu, Feb 14, 2019 at 2:00 AM Daniel Mietchen via Wikimedia-l <
It's coming close to time for annual appointments of community members to
serve on the Code of Conduct (CoC) committee. The Code of Conduct Committee
is a team of five trusted individuals plus five auxiliary members with
diverse affiliations responsible for general enforcement of the
People who oppose the ban: Are you aware of all aspects and things Fram has
done? Do you have the full picture? It's really saddening to see how fast
people jump to conclusion in page mentioned in the email. I personally,
don't know what happened so I neither can support or oppose the ban. As
Are you comparing banning someone to participate at conference(s) with
hanging innocent people?
On Mon, Jun 17, 2019 at 4:34 PM Paulo Santos Perneta <
> " In other words, the best way to ban anyone from any event is to start a
> rumour about them" - that's
on thanking Nuria and Rosalie for their service and welcome
Tonina and MusikAnimal to the main members of the committee.
On Wed, May 8, 2019 at 9:13 PM Amir Sarabadani wrote:
> The committee has finished selecting new members and the new committee
> candidates are (In alphabeti
might be involved in a complaint.
> The Turnip
> On Thu, 20 Jun 2019 at 10:39, Amir Sarabadani wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > The deadline for the public feedback was yesterday. Some objections have
> > raised but committee decided not to change the s
> On Fri, Jun 21, 2019 at 9:32 AM Amir Sarabadani
> > Hello,
> > (As a member, not talking on behalf of the committee)
> > The committee is a body of volunteers and they can't be forced to
> > their re
Yes, I don't see those to be contradictory. All members need to identify
themselves to WMF but not to each other or public.
On Sun, Jun 23, 2019, 18:36 Thomas Townsend wrote:
> > The committee is a body of volunteers and they can't be forced to
> > their real identities.
IMO commons need either a Clue Bot NG for new uploads or ores support for
images that might be copyright violation, or both.
On Sun, May 12, 2019 at 1:10 PM Yaroslav Blanter wrote:
> Just the active community itself is too small, compared with the amount of
> material it has to deal with.
I wrote a quick explantation why it's almost impossible to make a new wiki
now, in https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T210752#5167695
One problem is that this part of the codebase doesn't have a clear
maintainer/owner. That needs to be fixed.
On Wed, May 8, 2019 at 6:00 PM Brad Jorsch
The committee has finished selecting new members and the new committee
candidates are (In alphabetical order):
- Amir Sarabadani
- Lucie-Aimée Kaffee
- Tonina Zhelyazkova
- Tony Thomas
And auxiliary members will be (In alphabetical order):
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 the word "WMF" (four time, for four different
Do you know about
On Wed, Dec 11, 2019 at 10:48 PM John Erling Blad wrote:
> Could we please update them with a slightly more up-to-date skin?
> Take a look at our Norwegian competitor in the lexicon field.
There are several versions of TLS. TLS1.1 end of life is soon and it will
be out of support very soon, most browsers will remove it in 2020. You
should upgrade to support at least TLS1.2 which was released more than ten
years ago. Upgrading to a new version is not that complicated. Just update
Seconding Cornelius here, I almost reached to the point a making a
dedicated filter to archive these emails because that they contain long
emails that are full of great things but doesn't interest me or make me
happy (there are ways to make me happy, for example technical improvements
On the great things:
- There are so many forms of volunteer contribution, you don't need to be
an expert to be able to contribute to English Wikipedia (how can I
contribute, everything is there already). You can fight vandalism, you can
take pictures, you can write code, you can help other
small and non-existent comparing to website with similar traffic.
On Wed, Nov 27, 2019 at 11:34 PM Amir Sarabadani
> On the great things:
> - There are so many forms of volunteer contribution, you don't need to be
> an expert to be able to contribute to English Wikipedia
On Mon, Nov 25, 2019, 23:16 Henry Wood wrote:
> >I don't know sending such emails of limited number of good
> > news cherry-picked by mostly one person all the time to hundreds of
> > wikimedians across the globe with very wide range of interests would be a
> > good idea.
> Leading inevitably
> On Fri, Jan 17, 2020 at 4:50 PM Pine W wrote:
> > I think that it's time for some people in WMF to move on. Without having
> > access to WMF internal discussions
So what you're saying is that you don't have lots of information on how
it's decided  but you still feel informed enough to at
"Wikimedia Meet"  (https://meet.wmcloud.org), is a project in Wikimedia
CloudVPS for Wikimedians to meet virtually instead of using commercial
services like Zoom which might have security and privacy implications
. Currently it's a jitsi (jitsi.org) installation.
If you want to just
, Apr 25, 2020 at 10:26 PM Amir Sarabadani
> "Wikimedia Meet"  (https://meet.wmcloud.org), is a project in
> Wikimedia CloudVPS for Wikimedians to meet virtually instead of using
> commercial services like Zoom which might have security and privacy
> Tito Dutta
> Note: If I don't reply to your email in 2 days, please feel free to remind
> me over email or phone call.
> On Sun, 26 Apr 2020 at 01:57, Amir Sarabadani wrote:
> > Hey,
> > "Wikimedia Meet"  (https://meet.wmclo
This is awesome. It looks amazing. Thank you for doing this. Mobile support
is improved drastically too.
On Tue, May 19, 2020 at 12:50 PM Erica Litrenta
> Thanks Alexandros!
> I am assuming this is about our own instance - I made
> https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/TestNewUI to
share my username/password which sounds a bit weird
> (and people might be able to create meetings too with those) ?
> Tony Thomas
> On Sun, Apr 26, 2020 at 4:40 PM Amir Sarabadani
Today I stumbled upon this public phabricator ticket  created by someone
from WMF starting with:
"My team is creating bi-weekly HTML Dumps for all of the wikis, except for
wikidata as part of the paid API project."
I have so many questions:
- What is the "paid API" project? Are we
Thanks for the pointers, I personally disagree with some parts of it (e.g.
Twitter is a company and we are an NGO) BUT since it passed the community
consultation (and I somehow missed it to raise my feedback), I don't want
to be vocal about the high level reasoning behind the project.
Can you elaborate more? I can access the website and graphs seems okay:
On Mon, Jun 29, 2020 at 3:24 PM Peter Southwood <
> Is anyone else unable to get
is permitted to access the Web.
> After a long wait. Been like this for several hours now.
> Most sites no problem
> -Original Message-
> From: Wikimedia-l [mailto:wikimedia-l-boun...@lists.wikimedia.org] On
> Behalf Of Amir Sarabadani
> Sent: 2
gt; If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make
> > sure that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.
> > After a long wait. Been like this for several hours now.
> > Most sites no problem
> > Cheers,
> > P
> > -O
chosen in 2017.
> > Thanks for your understanding,
> > Ad Huikeshoven
> > On Sun, Jun 14, 2020 at 8:33 PM Amir Sarabadani
> > wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > > Today I stumbled upon this public phabricator ticket  created
This is the first time that I heard that the rules and policies of a
volunteer body are confidential. As a CU and OS we don't have any
confidential policy (confidential data, sure)
Can you elaborate more?
On Mon, Jul 6, 2020 at 7:52 PM Jonatan Svensson Glad <
I understand but my question is "why". There is no other volunteer group
that has a private policy. How is it different from CU and OS?
On Mon, Jul 6, 2020 at 11:56 PM Jonatan Svensson Glad <
> At the bottom of https://otrs-wiki.wikimedia.org/ you can see that
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