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- Mon Aug 26, 2019 11:37 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Lomax v. WikiMedia Foundation, Inc. et al
- Replies: 222
- Views: 22193
Anyone wrote:So how did this guy fund his lawsuit?
It literally just cost $400 because he did all the work himself.
I echo the statements of confusion about why Discord is even being used for Wikipedia criticism. I asked my son about this yesterday. He said he and his friends use Discord when playing PUBG [Player Unknown Battlegrounds]. But they use it for talking to each other -- not for typing. Yeah I used to ...
- Sun Aug 25, 2019 8:33 pm
- Forum: Wikipediocracy talk
- Topic: Wikipediocrats not understanding how Wikipedia works
- Replies: 104
- Views: 20307
One of my biggest en.wiki pet peeves is that someone decided years ago that schools are inherently notable, so Wikipedia has thousands of high schools with articles that cannot be deleted, and exist solely as vandalism magnets. They almost never attract any kind of useful edits and most of these sc...
Nick is absolute menace. Now I am not saying he is himself incompetent or anything, but he is an IRC op and long term admin, from that time when saying a curse word in every sentence was fashionable. He is what I would describe as needlessly abrasive, like all the time. On Wikipedia yes, and on IRC ...
- Sun Aug 18, 2019 9:10 pm
- Forum: Wikipedians
- Topic: Nigos - check out this new moron active all over wikipedia
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1610
There are hundreds of morons on Wikipedia, why this one, and what makes this one interesting?
CrowsNest wrote:... whatever the [f]uck that thread has now turned into ...
Well the WPO thread descended into accursed transphobia pretty quickly and any small merit it originally had is undoubtedly lost.
... serious critics might like to note there doesn't seem to be any information about whether the results are to be published, or if so, how and where. Good to see someone actually doing criticism. It appears that the data will be used internally by the WMF Gender Gap project, and I would guess the...