Philippe

There is no public evidence of your misleading statements re years of
careful planning.and execution.

What there is public evidence of is that the WMF has systematically
evaded its enforcement responsibilities under the Terms of Use.

To cite 1 specific instance, Sue Gardner was repeatedly informed about
the pedo on-wiki grooming by User Demiurge1000

"Who is responsible for child protection ?"
https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Sue_Gardner&oldid=10496213#Response_to_your_question

It is deeply unsettling to have your confirmation that Sue Gardner sat
on this for years and it was only Lila (an outsider with no great ties
to the community) who could globally ban this user out.

PS: You surely recall “I won’t allow the accusations that the anon is
making to stand on my talk page. I’ve redacted them. Philippe
Beaudette, Wikimedia Foundation (talk) 21:21, 12 January 2014 (UTC)”

David

On 3/2/16, Philippe Beaudette <phili...@beaudette.me> wrote:
> Additionally, I believe Coren was referring to the expanded TOU as a whole,
> not to that amendment alone.  And I agree with him, for the record.
>
> Lila's support in expanding the size of the CA team was useful in helping
> to combat the abuses mentioned, but the vast majority of the systemic work
> took place under Sue, and was the result of years of careful planning and
> execution.
>
> pb
>

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