Talk:Affiliations Committee/Resolutions/Wikimedia Community Brazilian Group of Education and Research - Liaison approval, April 2015

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Latest comment: 9 years ago by Rodrigo Padula

Maor X let me get this straight, you approved a Wikimedia Brazilian Group of Education and Research that do not have any activities under the scope presented:

  • Objectives: "Organize a group of educators, developers and researchers with the National Wikimedia movement; Engage the national academic community in Wikimedia projects seeking greater recognition, validation and improvement of its contents; [...]"
  • Activities:: Wiki Loves Earth, not academic, Campus Party Brasil, not even close to be academic, edit-a-thon outside the academic world... "Book chapter regarding Wikipedia Education Program in Brasil" = work made trough the Catalyst Programme, not a WUG activity = scheming to seem more important than it is...

What was the criteria? The same that renew the WUG Brazil? Or the same used on the review of the WMBR? Rodrigo Tetsuo Argenton m 18:27, 13 April 2015 (UTC)Reply

The international recommendation to deal with you R.T.Argenton is to just ignore you and all your comments, but unfortunately god don't gave me that power. So here we go.....The Catalyst Program was finished last year on October, do you remember? All the activities listed here was developed after the end of the program, including the book chapter, that was wrote in partnership with a researcher from the new user group formed. I strongly recommend you to do something constructive for the Wikimedia Movement and for your life, sure, mainly for your life! You are always generating noise and creating barriers and problems, you are famous internationally based on that behavior. Time to try something different my friend, you are always against everything and people is moving forward, are generating projects around the world and you are here, with the same Mi Mi Mi, with the same fallacies. People ignored you on the wikimedia-l and they are ignoring you here. I'm the last friend that you have.If you are intended to fight against me and all my ideas and initiatives, you will have to eat a lot of Angú :-)

Rodrigo Padula (talk) 01:58, 17 April 2015 (UTC)Reply

Are you a AffCom member?
You are not even a Wikimedian, so what you trying to say?
My behaviour is do activities. And yours is misuse money from donation, for things that you are the only benefited.
"The international recommendation to deal with you R.T.Argenton is to just ignore you and all your comments" so now the Wikimedia Movement creates charters to ignore vital volunteers. Okay. Can you prove that? Rodrigo Tetsuo Argenton m 03:14, 18 April 2015 (UTC)Reply
PS:I am not your friend, I will never be. I prefer to die, then trough my values and be your college, let alone a friend.
I'm not only a Wikimedian, I'm a Wikimedian that respect the other contributors and the movement's rules/best practices, that is why I have my account at Wikipedia since 2006 and I never was blocked, that is why I was crucial to create the first recognized group here in Brasil and with support and participation/trust from others I got that new recognition. You have a very bad behavior, you dont brings new people to the movement, your behavior keeps people away from the movement, that is why you are alone and are not inside any local/international group. Regarding "misuse money from donation", the only money that I used was approved by WMF to the Brazilian Catalyst Program/Ação Educativa and than approved by Oona for the WLE. That was the first time that Brasil participated in an international photo contest and it generated awesome results, recognized internationlly. The only misuse here if of my time answering you. I will follow the international recommendation to deal with you... I will just ignore you.Rodrigo Padula (talk) 22:49, 18 April 2015 (UTC)Reply
PS:I'm not your friend or ever met anyone in Brazil that is your friend or consider you as a friend or colleague, I was just ironic.