Re: [Wikimedia-l] [Wikimedia Announcements] Afripedia, a project to help the development of Wikipedia in French-speaking Africa

2012-06-21 Thread Hubert
wow, really fantastic! Sounds like pioneer-work! hubertl Am 20.06.2012 22:43, schrieb Adrienne Alix: [Apologize for cross posting... ] Hello, Wikimedia France is very happy to announce a great new project : A partnership has been formalized on last Friday between Wikimédia France,

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Fuck the community, who cares

2014-04-07 Thread Hubert Laska
With all due respect, Gerard, not the bearer ofthe message, Tomas, is the problem, the problem arises where there are people who can make decisions with far-reaching consequences - and be selected for it - but then assume one for me unacceptable position against that group whose services are

Re: [Wikimedia-l] How Wikimedia could help languages to survive

2014-04-20 Thread Hubert Laska
Hi Milos, at the same time when you are concerned about the collection / preservation of thousands of languages, I will briefly introduce a project that currently takes place in Austria together with the Austrian Academy of Sciences. This project has the same goal direction, which you mention,

Re: [Wikimedia-l] How Wikimedia could help languages to survive

2014-04-20 Thread Hubert Laska
Am 20.04.2014 08:38, schrieb geni: On 20 April 2014 04:46, Milos Rancic wrote: I'd say that Scots Gaelic could be a good test (Wikimedia UK help needed!). It's a language with ~70k of speakers and if it's possible to achieve 100 active editors per month, we could say that it

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Non-renewal of Wikimedia UK fundraiser agreement

2014-05-21 Thread Hubert Laska
Am 21.05.2014 15:33, schrieb MZMcBride: To that end, on the subject of outside observers and open letters: when writing such a letter, it's important to give context and err on the side of formality. I've never seen a professional letter begin with Dear Sue (no last name or contact