On 12/20/15, James Salsman <jsals...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Were there any objections to my request below?
Yes. As MaxSem said earlier, its basically being ignored as being
totally irrelevant to the topic at hand. (To be clear: Third-party
does not mean people who are doing work on Wikimedia sites that aren't
WMF. Third party = Wikis that have nothing to do with Wikimedia wikis
(e.g. wikia, wikihow, uncyclopedia etc))
If you want to get Dispenser his hard disk space, you should take it
up with the labs people, or at the very least some thread where it
would be on-topic.
> Can we also please hire additional database, system, and if necessary
> network administration support to make sure that the third party spam
> prevention bot infrastructure is supported more robustly in the future?
Then by definition it wouldn't be a third-party spam framework if WMF
was running it.
[Linking because this thread is super-cross posted, and some people
are going to be confused as to what I'm referring to]
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