I'd like to suggest that you systematically and sincerely go through all
such online and offline references and undo/amend them so that this is
inaccuracy is not repeated time and again.

The same issue has already come up many times this year - dealing with,
monitoring or policing this is truly not a good use of anyone's time or
energy in the wikipedia communities, the India chapter, or at the Foundation

It would be most productive if you could do a rigorous and thorough clean up
at your end and this matter could be closed once and for all.


On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 12:24 PM, Achal Prabhala <>wrote:

> Kiruba,
> A friend who is at the INK conference in Lavasa sent me this scan of your
> business card; a card that you handed out yesterday.
> Can you please explain to all of us why it says you are a "Director of
> Wikimedia India" when as you perfectly well know - and has been publicly
> documented - you have had nothing to do with the chapter formation in India
> for over a year? As you know, you were asked to leave the founding group
> because of your promotion of yourself as a Director of a non-existent
> entity; as you also know, Wikipedians in India were/are extremely annoyed by
> your false representation.
> I'm going to send out a short and clear message to WikimediaIndia-l on the
> subject of your association with us. Meanwhile, please understand that this
> is absolutely ridiculous - you are wasting our time, and have done so
> repeatedly in the past.
> Achal
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