User talk:Philippe (WMF)
|The appropriate venue here is the Ombudsmen Commission. Nothing for me to do here. Philippe Beaudette, Wikimedia Foundation (talk) 09:23, 2 December 2014 (UTC)|
I have now ensured that the images on Commons have been oversighted completely, and the occurrences of them which were on nl.wp oversighted. But they are still accessible by anyone of our stewards, of which Trijnstel is.
I do not expect the WMF to intervene as it relates to Commons issues, that is something that the Commons community rejected and took it upon itself to deal with in the JurgenNL case, and it is something that I expect will occur here too if a valid reason for the accessing and distributing of images which were deleted due to privacy isn't forthcoming. Other projects seem to be more willing to comply with the WMF on such things, as they were in the JurgenNL/TBloemink example, so this is something that may be up to the WMF to deal with in that regard. Russavia (talk) 01:17, 29 November 2014 (UTC)
And see the discussion at AN/U too. There, me and a few other users expressed their concern on publicly posting the contents of private mails in and off wiki. So we would like to know WMF's stand on this.
Further, I would like to know WMF's stand about how the organisation see JurgenNL's attempt to reveal a private correspondence to a third party while he is already in "some restrictions" in WMF projects as advised by the legal. IMHO, he again proved he is no way trustworthy to participate in any WMF projects.
Comment The specific place for complaints about an alleged breach of privacy is through the Ombudsman Commission. That Russavia is unwilling or disinclined to take that step means that he should stop spreading this matter broadly across the wikis, or we should not hear him on this matter outside of the specific place of reference. Rabble-rousing and "look-at-me" syndrome seemingly are this person's reason to be these days, it is not apparent that it is about making a better wiki, or making better content. I would suggest that this matter just be archived and Russavia be pointed to the appropriate place to investigate the claims. — billinghurst sDrewth 05:44, 2 December 2014 (UTC)
Belongs to WMF?
I was recently blocked on English Wikipedia for an alleged outing after I was trying to add some evidence to my arbitration case. The evidence was from gmane.org.wikimedia.mediawiki.bugs. Does this belong to WMF?
Thank you in advance.
- It's complicated. While gmane.org does not belong to us, it is a mirror of a mailing list and/or bug reports that are hosted on systems that do belong to us. Philippe Beaudette, Wikimedia Foundation (talk) 18:22, 1 December 2014 (UTC)
I send you another, but am not sure you received it. Thank you. 22.214.171.124 10:02, 26 December 2014 (UTC)
- It's me, Anna Frodesiak, by the way. :) 126.96.36.199 13:59, 28 December 2014 (UTC)
First question: in the "investigation", Toddst1 (the admin who blocked me) identified me, among other things, as "Daniel Tomé who placed 34th in the tournament." I had never mentioned on-wiki which place I took in that 2012 world tournament, but, even ignoring that, I really don't understand why it would be a relevant detail to mention, other than to identify me personally – even if I had finished in 1st place, or 56th place, what bearing could that have on the SPI?
Second question: if checkusers aren't supposed to publicly link IPs to specific accounts, for security reasons, why are other users allowed to do it by just calling them "Suspected"? Although this is an abstract question, I'll give you my own example again: here, I see 4 IPs linked to my name. Of course I didn't use those IPs, but let's pretend I did use them: couldn't that page put me in physical danger by revealing my location? So why are such pages allowed?