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Welcome to Meta![edit]

Hello AFBorchert, and welcome to the Wikimedia Meta-Wiki! This website is for coordinating and discussing all Wikimedia projects. You may find it useful to read our policy page. If you are interested in doing translations, visit Meta:Babylon. You can also leave a note on Meta:Babel or Meta:Metapub (please read the instructions at the top of the page before posting there). If you would like, feel free to ask me questions on my talk page. Happy editing!

--Herby talk thyme 07:20, 18 June 2008 (UTC)

Global bans policy discussion[edit]

At Requests for comment/Global bans, where you have commented in support of Option 2, a third option has recently been implemented. The first two options did not prove a way for respondents to indicate that they oppose global bans entirely, i.e., that it is not possible to write a meaningful global bans policy that would attract their support. Option 3 is intended to provide that opportunity, and to aid in distinguishing between people who oppose the proposed policy because it requires improvements and those who oppose the proposed policy because no policy permitting global bans should be adopted.

Because the third section was added late by a respondent, it is possible that some people who responded early in the RFC have commented at option 2, but would really prefer to support option 3, or support both. If so, you may voluntarily choose to move your original comment or to or strikethrough your original comment and add new comments. This is a courtesy notice of the change, and there is no requirement that you take any action. WhatamIdoing (talk) 15:48, 13 July 2012 (UTC)

Hi WhatamIdoing, thanks but I noticed already option 3 as I have that page on my watchlist. I do not intend to move from option 2 to option 3 as I am not rejecting entirely the idea of global bans but requiring higher standards for blocks or bans on local projects first. Regards, AFBorchert (talk) 16:51, 13 July 2012 (UTC)

Building a better Global Bans RfC[edit]

I'm impressed by what you wrote. I feel that you're someone who can think of concerns, question, and solutions that others can't think of. I found the first RfC disappointing, so I'm crafting a second one:

Do you have any ideas? --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 19:31, 12 September 2012 (UTC)

Upcoming IdeaLab Events: IEG Proposal Clinics[edit]

Idea Lab
Idea Lab

Hello, AFBorchert! We've added Events to IdeaLab, and you're invited :)

Upcoming events focus on turning ideas into Individual Engagement Grant proposals before the March 31 deadline. Need help or have questions about IEG? Join us at a Hangout:

  • Thursday, 13 March 2014, 1600 UTC
  • Wednesday, 19 March 2014, 1700 UTC
  • Saturday, 29 March 2014, 1700 UTC

Hope to see you there!

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Superprotect letter update[edit]

Hi AFBorchert,

Along with more hundreds of others, you recently signed Letter to Wikimedia Foundation: Superprotect and Media Viewer, which I wrote.

Today, we have 562 signatures here on Meta, and another 61 on change.org, for a total of 623 signatures. Volunteers have fully translated it into 16 languages, and begun other translations. This far exceeds my most optimistic hopes about how many might sign the letter -- I would have been pleased to gain 200 siguatures -- but new signatures continue to come.

I believe this is a significant moment for Wikimedia and Wikipedia. Very rarely have I seen large numbers of people from multiple language and project communities speak with a unified voice. As I understand it, we are unified in a desire for the Wikimedia Foundation to respect -- in actions, in addition to words -- the will of the community who has built the Wikimedia projects for the benefit of all humanity. I strongly believe it is possible to innovate and improve our software tools, together with the Wikimedia Foundation. But substantial changes are necessary in order for us to work together smoothly and productively. I believe this letter identifies important actions that will strongly support those changes.

Have you been discussing these issues in your local community? If so, I think we would all appreciate an update (on the letter's talk page) about how those discussions have gone, and what people are saying. If not, please be bold and start a discussoin on your Village Pump, or in any other venue your project uses -- and then leave a summary of what kind of response you get on the letter's talk page.

Finally, what do you think is the right time, and the right way, to deliver this letter? We could set a date, or establish a threshold of signatures. I have some ideas, but am open to suggestions.

Thank you for your engagement on this issue, and please stay in touch. -Pete F (talk) 18:26, 26 August 2014 (UTC)

Please sign new Wikimedia confidentiality agreement for nonpublic information by 31 December[edit]

This is a message from the Wikimedia Foundation. Translations are available.

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As you may know, the Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees approved a new "Access to nonpublic information policy" on 25 April 2014 after a community consultation. The former policy has remained in place until the new policy could be implemented. That implementation work is now being done, and we are beginning the transition to the new policy.

An important part of that transition is helping volunteers like you sign the required confidentiality agreement. All Wikimedia volunteers with access to nonpublic information are required to sign this new agreement, and we have prepared some documentation to help you do so.

The Wikimedia Foundation is requiring that OTRS volunteers sign the new confidentiality agreement by 31 December 2015 to retain their access. You are receiving this email because you have been identified as an OTRS volunteer and are required to sign the confidentiality agreement under the new policy. If you do not sign the new confidentiality agreement by 31 December 2015, you will lose your OTRS access. OTRS volunteers have a specific agreement available, if you have recently signed the general confidentiality agreement for another role (such as CheckUser or Oversight), you do not need to sign the general agreement again, but you will still need to sign the OTRS agreement.

Signing the confidentiality agreement for nonpublic information is conducted and tracked using Legalpad on Phabricator. We have prepared a guide on Meta-Wiki to help you create your Phabricator account and sign the new agreement: Confidentiality agreement for nonpublic information/How to sign

If you have any questions or experience any problems while signing the new agreement, please visit this talk page or email me (gvarnum@wikimedia.org). Again, please sign this confidentiality agreement by 31 December 2015 to retain your OTRS access. If you do not wish to retain this access, please let me know and we will forward your request to the appropriate individuals.

Thank you,
Gregory Varnum (User:GVarnum-WMF), Wikimedia Foundation

Posted by the MediaWiki message delivery 21:20, 28 September 2015 (UTC) • TranslateGet help

For the record, I note here that I have just signed this. --AFBorchert (talk) 09:37, 29 September 2015 (UTC)

Leopold Birstinger[edit]

Zwar hat der Wiener Maler mit Irland nix zu tun, aber ich glaube, Du bist trotzdem kompetent, meine Fragen zu beantworten, die ich in https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_Diskussion:Urheberrechtsfragen#Leopold_Birstinger.2C_Maler.2C_Lizenzfragen gestellt habe. Könntest Du netterweise mal einen Blick darauf werfen? Danke schon einmal! --Cantakukuruz (talk) 04:16, 12 October 2015 (UTC)

Translation[edit]

Hi, thanks for adding the German translation on 2015 Community Wishlist Survey. I really appreciate your help! DannyH (WMF) (talk) 17:40, 10 November 2015 (UTC)

It was a pleasure to help out :) Regards, AFBorchert (talk) 18:15, 10 November 2015 (UTC)

Verifizierung der Nutzungsrechte »Post Office Engineers«[edit]

Hallo,

für eines unserer Projekte würden wir gerne das Bild »Post Office Engineers« verwenden.

Auf der Wikimedia-Seite steht, dass das Bild unter der Creative Commons Lizenz »Namensnennung 3.0 nicht portiert« verwendbar ist, das man dies aber durch einen ORTS-Mitarbeiter verfizieren lassen kann. Link zum Ticket: https://secure.wikimedia.org/otrs/index.pl?Action=AgentTicketZoom&TicketID=1608324

Da es sich bei dem Projekt, um ein Buch mit einer Auflage von 3500 Stück handelt, wollten wir sichergehen, dass wir das Bild auch benutzen dürfen. Können Sie uns weiterhelfen & die für die Veröffentlichung benötigten Nutzungsrechte bestätigen bzw. uns die Passage aus der Konversation schicken, die die Rechte belegt?

Vielen, vielen Dank im Voraus.

Hallo, die Korrespondenz wurde mit einem Mitarbeiter des Cardiff Council geführt. Innerhalb des Tickets wird (leider!) nicht geklärt, wer die Urheberrechte innehatte oder innehat. Wenn es gemeinfrei wäre, dann wäre die CC-BY-SA-3.0-Lizenz nicht sinnvoll. Wenn jemand noch die Urheberrechte daran hat, sollte das geklärt werden, was leider nicht geschah. Die Korrespondenz stellt nur eingeschränkt sicher, dass das Cardiff Council, das offenbar die Fotografie aus ihrem Archiv digitalisiert hat, damit einverstanden ist. Urheberrechtlich hat das aber nichts zu bedeuten. Zuschicken kann ich Ihnen die Konversation nicht, die ist vertraulich. Aber es steht Ihnen natürlich frei, den Cardiff Council zu kontaktieren. Viele Grüße, AFBorchert (talk) 15:06, 19 July 2016 (UTC)

Vielen Dank für die ausführliche und super schnelle Antwort. Wir werden die Ansprechpartner vom Cardiff Flat Holm Project nochmal direkt anschreiben.

OTRS-Anfrage[edit]

(da du für mich der alphabetisch erste in der OTRS-Liste bist) eine Frage zu c:File:Cover Gold Bankers.jpg. Das auf dem Umschlag gezeigte Bild ist von Wolfgang Tritt (1913-1983). Wieso steht der Buchumschlag dann hier als CC-BY-3.0 (=abgewandelt und bearbeitet werden) ? gruß --Goesseln (talk) 14:13, 19 September 2016 (UTC)

Hallo Goesseln, bei dem Bild bzw. bei dem zugehörigen Ticket gibt es in der Tat ein Problem, da daraus nicht hervorgeht, dass Tritt bzw. seine Erben ihre Zustimmung zu dieser Freigabe gegeben haben. Ich kümmere mich darum. Vielen Dank für den Hinweis und Grüße, AFBorchert (talk) 15:41, 19 September 2016 (UTC)