>     There is no on-site privacy policy, it just links to
>     wikimediafoundation.org <http://wikimediafoundation.org>?
> See this pinned topic:
> User privacy considerations in this forum
> https://forum.movement-strategy.org/t/user-privacy-considerations-in-this-forum/55 <https://forum.movement-strategy.org/t/user-privacy-considerations-in-this-forum/55>

So this does not follow the WMF's privacy policy at:

You didn't answer this.

On 31/5/22 23:25:04, Quim Gil wrote:

On Wed, Jun 1, 2022 at 12:17 AM Mike Peel <em...@mikepeel.net <mailto:em...@mikepeel.net>> wrote:

    This is not a community review - this is an off-wiki discussion.

Participation is also welcome here: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Movement_Strategy/Forum/Proposal <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Movement_Strategy/Forum/Proposal>

Every single link under "Community review questions" goes to your new website. You state that "The Movement Strategy Forum is based on Discourse, a powerful open-source platform for community discussions." . I thought that's what MediaWiki was?

     > It's a Discourse instance. https://discourse.org
    <https://discourse.org> <https://discourse.org <https://discourse.org>>
     > is an open-source platform specializing in community conversations.
    That's $100/month for a standard subscription. per
    https://www.discourse.org/pricing <https://www.discourse.org/pricing>.

This is for those who want to have their site hosted by the Discourse maintainers, which is an option we have taken for now. Discourse is free software.

So WMF is paying Discourse to hold community discussions that would normally be held on MediaWiki? Huh?

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