>> That was absolutely fabulous, thanks Asaf.
> +1, that's a great post, Asaf! All very sensible advice. Can I suggest that
> you put a copy on Meta somewhere, so it doesn't get (too) lost over time /
> for easy future reference?
Fantastic work, Anna!
Do you have the subtitles (*.srt) file so we can start translating the
subtitles? I'd like to translate in into Ukrainian and share here)
from Wikimedia Ukraine
Anna Torres <d...@wikimedia.org.ar> writes:
> Dear all,
> Wikimedia Arg
> A few years ago, the Wikimedia Foundation switched over to the Google Apps
> platform, which means that most e-mail sent on the wikimedia.org domain is
> now hosted by Google.
Are you sure? It doesn't look like wikimedia.org's MX point to google's
, if the only people you want to talk to are already on
Facebook, it's one thing. But if you wants to create a discussion that
anyone could join, Facebook is not an ideal choice.
Nikola Kalchev <nikola.kalc...@gmail.com> writes:
> For my p
Oops. That is a problem and needs to be fixed, otherwise the video
should be deleted from Commons and relicensed as cc by-sa-nc. In the
current state the video is doubtfully a cc by-sa work.
At 09:15 there is a list of four items licensed under the noncommercial
license, which is obviously
Anna Torres <d...@wikimedia.org.ar> writes:
> We are looking at it and we are trying to fix it :) Thanks to all!
Thank you, glad to hear:)
> 2016-01-22 9:01 GMT-03:00 Yury Bulka <setthemf...@privacyrequired.com>:
>> Oops. Tha
g to the same
historical period may have insanely different copyright terms.
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Wikimedia-l mailing list, guidelines at:
I can't access it too (I don't have an account on Facebook).
Adam Wight writes:
> Thanks for the note! Fwiw, I can't read that without a login. Feel free
> to urge the owners to make the thread public, if base crook even supports
> such a thing.
> On Feb 16, 2016 4:47
There are certain things that affect many volunteers
directly. A slightly off-topic example:
The fact that:
> "the WMF education team has no engineering resources"
uot; of the
> On 19 Feb 2016 01:46, "Yury Bulka" <setthemf...@privacyrequired.com> wrote:
>> There are certain things that affect many volunteers
>> directly. A slightly off-topic example:
Great to hear!
I have one caveat with it though - if I understand it correctly, it is
currently in a man-in-the-middle position between the visitor and WMF,
as it provides its own self-signed https certificate and performs
various URL rewriting on the traffic to change the URLs to the onion
If we want to improve the situation, I think one of the simplest things
to do would be to increase the presence of WMF and Wikipedia on the
Federation and Fediverse networks-of-networks. For a start, we could
just be cross-posting from the WMF blog officially.
And I don't think we need a
> From: Lane Rasberry
> In 2009 Creative Commons published "Defining Noncommercial", a 250-page
> report presenting survey data on what people consider to be
> "noncommercial". There is a copy of the report at
Thanks a lot,
> From: Mister Thrapostibongles
> I'm not quite sure what you mean here. Firstly, this isn't the right venue
> for a discussion of the general principle of non-commercial licensing,
> especially as the Foundation has decided on the use of licences that permit
> commercial reuse.
In my opition
Just stumbled upon an page where Swiss collecting society SUISA lists
things which they consider commercial use within CC NC licenses, as
applied to works they have copyright on (delegated from authors who are
their members). It's quite interesting and I think it is a very good
y feel disenfranchised on the projects
>helped to create, and the WMF is increasingly separate from the
>in terms of its goals and priorities. I think that re-imagining the
>governance of this movement is going to be the first step towards
>any sort of
Maybe it is better to discuss specific recommendations on their talk
We might find ourselves discussing here only one specific recommendation
while the other working groups'
Todd Allen writes:
> There does not seem to be anywhere to comment on these, which there should
> be. I saw at least one which is highly objectionable and which I would like
> to object to.
The Recommendations page contains a "How to Share Your Feedback"
I'm sure many have heard about this:
Essentially, the government in Kazakhstan started forcing citizens into
installing a root TLS certificate on their devices that would allow the
government to intercept, decrypt and
a & Wikimedia, as
>> > not
>> > > >> only they would be easily able to see which articles people read,
>> > > >> also steal login credentials, depseudonymize people and even hijack
>> > > >> admin accounts.
batim copied to the Kazakh Wikipedia, so that I do not expect much.
> On Tue, Jul 23, 2019 at 12:45 PM Thomas Townsend
>> What is the position of the Kazakhstan chapter on this?
>> The Turnip
discussion (hope it's not a terribly inappropriate thing to do).
I'd be great to hear from WMF about their view on this.
Yury Bulka writes:
> I'm not in Kazakhstan and am not in directly touch with any of
> wikimedians there, so I don't know their position.
> On Fri, 23 Aug 2019 at 10:29, Yury Bulka
>> I'm getting a 404:(
>> John Erling Blad writes:
>> > Google, Apple, Mozilla move to block Kazakh surveillance system
I'm getting a 404:(
John Erling Blad writes:
> Google, Apple, Mozilla move to block Kazakh surveillance system
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