Hello Bala Sir,
A very good sunday morning,
Can I get a reference regarding "From your current mail I understand you
have made a mistake while filling the form", which mail exactly to be
Or is it the case that the exec council inspects all the incoming
applications and that is why Sir you are in a position to understand the
Lets consider it sorted for a while and as stated by the mail I received
" Hello Mr. Suryawanshi,
We have received your membership application found it to be incomplete
with the following field(s) missing:
1. Current membership no.
We are therefore not in a position to accept this application and are
unable to process it. *This does not stop you from making a fresh fully
completed application in the future.*
Wikimedia India Chapter "
here I'm indicated to apply freshly for the same.
Is there any way I can get a refund of the reg. fees which I had submitted
with the form, in the given case where my form is denied?
I would be more than glad if at all there is a way that I could get the
please kindly revert me to the concerned email address.
Sir I wished the applicants would receive a email about their application
status, since Mr. Yohann didn't get one and that's the exact reason why he
was compelled to ask a question.
In my case as I did get an email, and it would have been a case showing
extreme proficiency if the finances were considered regarding refund.
Regards & Thanks,
Niraj Suryawanshi <http://www.facebook.com/niraj12>
Pune Institute of Computer Technology | Wikipedia Club
8149920120 | niraj.suryawan...@gmail.com
On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 12:48 AM, Bala Jeyaraman [via Wikimedia] <
> 1) Your application had the option "renewal" checked and the member id
> space left blank. That is the reason you received such a mail. And that
> mail also clearly stated that you could send in another application. From
> your current mail I understand you have made a mistake while filling the
> form. In such cases WM IN cannot correct forms filled by members. Please
> send a fresh application form.
> 2) We don't publish membership information in a public forum. Members are
> free to self identify themselves, but we refrain from doing so unless they
> wish us to. Yohann sent a mail to this list and Srikanth pointed him to the
> correct avenue to address his query. This is not us being callow. This is
> us being professional.
> 3) There are established channels of communication ([hidden
> to where you can direct your membership related queries. That is where WM
> IN EC members or the Executive Manager can reply to you in an official
> capacity. We would have been more than happy to clarify your queries.
> Please direct any future queries there.
> Bala Jeyaraman
> Executive Council Member, Wikimedia India
> On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 12:18 AM, Anirudh Bhati <[hidden
> > wrote:
>> On Sat, Mar 16, 2013 at 6:23 PM, Niraj Suryawanshi <[hidden
>> > wrote:
>>> We would be glad if anyone can help us over this and not by someone who
>>> callow enough to say "The India mailing list isn't exactly a place to ask
>>> such questions as it'd be a privacy violation".
>> Niraj, no personal attacks, please.
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Regards & Thanks,
Niraj N. Suryawanshi
Pune Institute of Computer Technology | Wikipedia Club Pune
+91 814 992 0120 | niraj.suryawan...@gmail.com
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