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Thirsty bird indeed......
[Katherine Maher] is not stupid and knows that no one can quote the sound of crickets in the media. I am also of the opinion either her inner professional survival instinct and/or advice from council is whispering 'keep quiet and this will go away or at least pass you by'. Jbh Talk 15:59, 8 September 2019 (UTC)
Scandal? Yeahright.Then Jimbo Wales I strongly suggest that you spend the time to get up to speed on this so you can comment on it because the potential fallout from what appears to be misuse of Foundation processes and resources for personal gain is something that the public will care about. As opposed to the inside baseball that is FRAMGATE, even though it is set to fundamentally change how English Wikipedia is managed and governed, things get more real when one starts talking about financial controls, actual conflict on interest and money. Just say'n wiki-scandal is a far different beast from the potential of scandal-scandal. Jbh Talk 15:56, 7 September 2019 (UTC)
If you want the WMF higher ups to comment on a bona fide scandal, you might want to actually bring them something they need to defend. Something that actually looks like a scandal, not a conspiracy theory you imported from an external harassment site.
It is, after all, official Wikipedia policy, not to feed the trolls.
Of course, if you think either is falling down in their responsibility as Wikipedia editors to answer legitimate grievances from community members proffered the right way, then under WP:CIVIL you can of course seek restitution from the local Administrators.
I'm starting a new thread in the Wikipediocracy section for this dude, because I think his days considering himself a Wikipedian are long gone (his article space work is still negligible) perhaps because he crashed and burned so badly at RfA (in part due to his lack of mainspace focus).......
https://www.wikipediasucks.co/forum/vie ... f=19&t=720
Always seems to do strange things to a certain type of Wikipedian, failing to attain what many keep insisting is no big deal. We saw from RexxS what a really big deal it is.
Other than current US politics, spreading conspiracy theories is of course the domain of the people who were never accepted by the mainstream to begin with.