Quite separately from this, I have thought for a long time that we should, as a community, have more robust and more widely used templates placed on our own editorial judgment in places where directing people to help could be a humanitarian kindness. We should absolutely never let some kind of juvenile instinct of "you can't tell us what to do" stand in the way of doing something that we should do. Our goals should always be much loftier than "we aren't breaking the law".--Jimbo Wales (talk) 08:23, 7 May 2019 (UTC)
There is only one problem Jimmy. A problem where I tried to warn for from 2009 on.
Pirate Wnt wrote:the UK is not welcome to come here and tell us what to censor, even if they ask nicely.
European governments don't ask things in a nice way Wnt. And they don't allow people to break law's, they just trough them in jail at the end.
And although Frans Timmerman who want to be the successor of Juncker next month is now making a roadshow to tell how important Europe is and how important the coming elections are we all know better. We Europeans know dammed well we are living in a old style east communistic country with a friendly face. No, my state will not throw me in jail of torture me, but they know anything from me. Where I shop, what my political preferences are, what medicines I use, if I am a risk, anything! And they simple will not allowed you to do this. Because it is against the law.
And it is a extreme unequal battle. Because a state can arrest you, put someone in prison, can put any webside they want on black, and can even put digital glyfosaat over your project if you don't listen to them.
Digital poison as GDPR, Article 11 and 13/17 and a lot more for wikipedia unpleasant stuff. Slow killing stuff. And that was the reason I said, lets create free source content in that time, in 2009. And I have explained on Dysk his Discord why it was a so much better idea to liberate bicycles and remix them than "free" sourse stuff. Just because of this old almost byzantine European country's legal systems and laws.
So let no one every see I am a against free source material, Jimmy, far from. I only claimed it was simple a extreme bad idea the way you and your friends wanted to generate that free source stuff. And I was all the time complete right and Wnt is just a complete idiot.
You simple have listened to the wrong people Jimmy. I don't blame you bad faith, only nativity.
(Thanks for the inspiration, sashi)