Le 23/08/2013 10:59, Kul Wadhwa a écrit : > I have my concerns as well so we're watching how things unfold for now. > Perhaps to add to Teemu's question (If I could be so bold) how would > internet.org need to evolve to make it worth our time and effort to be > involved?
If what I fear becomes real, then I would be sad that our movement joins such a dishonest project. If they want to give access to a subset of Internet services and adapt their communication (honesty about the product), then we face a dilemma. A dilemna between our wish to give access to our content (tactical move) and the one of having a free, neutral and un-clustered Internet (strategical view)... Big discussions in view, but we already have done it with Wikipedia zero and I know the WMF tends to be pragmatic in such situations ;) If they really want to help to give a neutral access to internet... then this is really a dream we should be part of! But, this is all about speculations... I just wanted to explain why this launch doesn't sound well to my hears. But I know nothing about their real intentions and concrete projects. That's why, it's IMO urgent to wait... and see in which direction they will make the next moves. Emmanuel -- Kiwix - Wikipedia Offline & more * Web: http://www.kiwix.org * Twitter: https://twitter.com/KiwixOffline * more: http://www.kiwix.org/wiki/Communication _______________________________________________ Wikimedia-l mailing list Wikimediaemail@example.com Unsubscribe: https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimedia-l, <mailto:wikimedia-l-requ...@lists.wikimedia.org?subject=unsubscribe>