I don't find it "deeply disturbing". What, now everybody must love absolutely all wiki[mp]edians?

Let her air her thoughts. Or has that also become forbidden?

M.

El 07/04/2014 12:16 p.m., Tomasz W. Kozlowski escribió:
Ziko van Dijk wrote

I think that a single quote by a unnamed "female Wikimedian", said in
public or in private, is a very small basis for any substantiate
criticism...

Thanks to Chris e-mail's, we now know that the comment was made during a public session (though I can't find the relevant section in the minutes on Meta).

That the identity of the person is currently unknown is due to the fact that it has not been revealed by other participants in that workshop; I'm sure Chris, and Steffen, and other people know very well who that person is.

I'm used to the secrecy, but I find it deeply disturbing that such a comment could have been made during a public workshop "in passing"; however, it would fit perfectly in the alleged divisions between some chapters and their respective communities.

Where the idea that a single entity (here: a chapter) knows better what's best for a community than the community does itself come from, I'm not sure.

                Tomasz

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