Talk:Image filter referendum/Sue's report to the board/en

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General community sentiment[edit]

With regard to Image_filter_referendum/Sue's_report_to_the_board/en#Additional_analysis, it would be interesting to break down the votes by activity of the voter (only 10 edits were needed to vote, and less active editors are hardly part of the "community"). The point about discussion is a bit strange: our projects are consensus-driven, and an informed opinion reached through discussion is more valuable, not less. Nemo 07:41, 30 September 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Not very defined[edit]

I read the first lines and came over this sentence:

"The result: 357 German Wikipedians (86%) voted against implementing the feature, while 57 (14%) voted in favour."

That isn't quite true. 14% of the Wikipedians voted that they would not go against the introduction of the filter (as proposed, noted as "status quo" inside the poll). That does not mean that 14% wanted this feature or are in favor of it. --Niabot 10:50, 30 September 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Ah, thanks Niabot: I didn't know that. Sue Gardner 01:48, 3 October 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]

October 6[edit]

Image_filter_referendum/Sue's_report_to_the_board/en#Next_steps – Did Sue Gardener publish her statement yet? If so, can someone please tell me where it was published? I can understand if events in Italy caused some delays. --Michaeldsuarez 00:30, 13 October 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]