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- 1 re: candidatura a OTRS
- 2 Messages
- 3 Amounts of money
- 4 Traduzioni
- 5 Translator, We need you!
- 6 Application to join Iberocoop
- 7 Your FDC statement
- 8 The Signpost
- 9 An Election Committee email was sent to you
- 10 Important announcement: Election delayed by one week
- 11 Changes to WMCH's proposal form after the deadline
- 12 Moved your post to another page
- 13 Talkback!
- 14 Editing FDC proposals
- 15 Please fill out our Inspire campaign survey
- 16 Character limit on candidate presentation
- 17 Signpost inquiry
- 18 Traduzioni
- 19 Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees Elections 2015
- 20 French translation
- 21 How can we improve Wikimedia grants to support you better?
- 22 Last call for WMF grants feedback!
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re: candidatura a OTRS
Amounts of money
I test hanno provato che suggerire quantità di denaro maggiori porta ad una media maggiore nelle donazioni che arrivano. --Elitre 08:09, 9 December 2010 (UTC)
- A occhio e croce il fundraising sta fallendo, quindi forse adesso la sensibilità la si può mettere anche da parte... In ogni caso i nostri discorsi sono alquanto futili, visto che il grosso arriva dagli USA. --Elitre 09:49, 13 December 2010 (UTC)
- Come dici tu, ci siamo già giocati Jimbo che ha sempre lanciato il rush finale (periodo natalizio); in più, non parlo a livello locale dove so che state andando bene ma a livello globale dove già in un paio di occasioni sono stati raccolti quotidianamente meno fondi che nell'anno passato e se non ho fatto male i calcoli siamo indietro rispetto a quanto dovremmo già avere e sotto alla media quotidiana che dovremmo mantenere nel caso in cui la raccolta continuasse con questo ritmo. Ovviamente non ho idea se ci saranno colpi di scena, grosse donazioni, matching donors e così via nelle prossime settimane. Infine, il fatto che il grosso delle donazioni venga dagli USA mi pare sia scritto nelle stats degli scorsi fundraising, ma magari mi sbaglio io. Comunque se ritrovo il dato poi te lo linko. Magari mi confondo con il fatto che sono quasi tutte in dollari, visto che moltissime altre valute non erano accettate, boh. --Elitre 10:04, 13 December 2010 (UTC)
Translator, We need you!
You have helped us in previous years with translations and for that we are most grateful. Now we turn towards the 2011/12 fundraiser. It may seem forever away, but work has already begun getting everything ready to go. This year we want to have landing pages covering as many countries in as many languages as possible.
Right now, we want to figure out who is interested in translating for the fundraiser. This year we're hoping to have more of a solidified "core" group of translators that we can count on to have work done by a few key dates, but we'd also welcome help from people who are willing to just help out when they can.
If you would be interested please take a look at this little sign-up survey and fill it out http://survey.wikimedia.org/index.php?sid=13638&newtest=Y&lang=en. With that we can start building a list of people and filling any gaps in the languages we serve.
Application to join Iberocoop
A month ago I sent to the mailing list of Iberocoop a registration application for Amical Viquipèdia. Galio told me that there were problems in the mailing list so a week later I wrote a copy of the application in the Iberocoop talk page.
As we have not received any answer yet I guess the list goes on with problems and perhaps no one is watching the Iberocoop page. So I leave this message to a representative of each of the participating chapters.
If you want we can have the comments and the dialogue about this issue in the Iberocoop talk page. --Gomà 12:38, 10 November 2011 (UTC)
Your FDC statement
Hello Cristian - I am sorry to advise you that your candidate statement here is 1380 characters long, but the maximum size of the statement is 1200 characters. As this was not identified until after the candidacy period closed, you may have a 24 hour extension to correct this. Our apologies for the delay in notifying you. For the Election Committee, Risker (talk) 01:55, 18 May 2013 (UTC)
I've emailed you on a Signpost matter.
- Ach, and I've updated this with a few clarifications, which were my fault. Please do ask if anything is not clear now. All the best. Tony (talk) 09:06, 18 May 2013 (UTC)�
An Election Committee email was sent to you
Hello Cristian - Just following up to ensure that you received the email I sent you on behalf of the Election Committee with respect to identifying to the WMF. Please note that the deadline for response is 23:59 UTC tomorrow, May 19. Thanks for your attention to this. Risker (talk) 01:47, 19 May 2013 (UTC)
Important announcement: Election delayed by one week
The Election Committee regrets to advise that it is necessary to delay the start of voting in the WMF Elections 2013 for one week. This delay is being implemented for three reasons:
- We have been unable to verify that the list of eligible voters is complete and that all voters meet the published criteria
- We have been unable to verify that the SecurePoll setups for the election are properly functioning
- The voter interfaces have not been translated and are not currently available in any language other than English, thus disadvantaging Wikimedians who do not read English.
The following changes are now made to the Election timeline:
- 8-22 June 2013: elections
- 23-25 June 2013: vote-checking
- 25-28 June: publication of results.
Changes to WMCH's proposal form after the deadline
Hi, Cristian: Thank you for fixing some minor typos in WMCH's proposal form. We keep a rather strict policy around editing these pages after the proposal deadline since we do not even allow entities themselves to make changes unless they request permission from staff. At the request of entities, we do allow changes that are related to missing information, factual errors in the proposal, or that make the proposal significantly easier to navigate as these changes are sometimes essential. We generally avoid allowing or making changes for things like minor typos, as those types of errors in the proposal aren't considered by staff or the FDC during the review process and because in a honor system where pages aren't actually locked, it can be difficult to control the changes on a great many proposal forms and ensure the process is fair and consistent for all. We know that's not the usual wiki way, but we hope that makes sense. Thanks very much for your close readings of these proposals. Best regards, Winifred Olliff (Grants Administrator) talk 19:33, 17 October 2013 (UTC)
- By the way, an "easy" solution has been identified for this, i.e. to use FlaggedRevs on the grants pages: see Grants_talk:Retrospective_2009-2012#Fully_protect_grant_applications_after_they_have_been_funded. Anyone could edit freely and then the WMF grants&co. staff could easily mark what's the "official" grant text with a button. --Nemo 11:01, 31 October 2013 (UTC)
Moved your post to another page
Hi Cristian, just letting you know that I moved your evaluation question to this page. It's a bit confusing perhaps, but the talk page you posted on is only for issues with the portal itself. We use the parlor to ask questions about evaluation. I'm not versed enough (yet) to respond to your question, but Frank and/or Jaime will be coming by to answer it. Thanks for your interest and participation - so glad you have you there. SarahStierch (talk) 18:14, 10 December 2013 (UTC)
Editing FDC proposals
Hi Christian. I see you made an edit to WMFR's proposal. I'm not sure whether we should be making changes to grant proposals that we are then assessing; perhaps we're best off just leaving comments on the talk pages? Thanks. Mike Peel (talk) 19:20, 31 March 2014 (UTC)
- Hi Mike. I am completely aware of that, I was just fixing a couple of clearly recognizable issues (a missing <references /> and the movement vision statement). I am refraining to change anything else. -- CristianCantoro (talk) 19:32, 31 March 2014 (UTC)
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Character limit on candidate presentation
Greetings, your current statement in your board candidate presentation appears to be 71 characters over the 1200 character (without spaces) limit. Right now, we would need to remove "this is why I am running for the board, because I want to bring my experience and view in." before we can send the statement in for translation. Please consider shortening it. Thank you --Varnent (talk)(COI) 17:38, 2 May 2015 (UTC)
- Hi Varnent, I have heavily edited my presentation. Now it should be in the limits (I count 1133 characters, not including whitespace). I tried to maintain the same structure and modify also the tags for the translation. Is this ok now? Thanks in advance. --CristianCantoro (talk) 18:28, 3 May 2015 (UTC)
- Using this tool it shows it at 1232 - still over the 1200 limit. --Varnent (talk)(COI) 18:34, 3 May 2015 (UTC)
- Hi @Tony1: I have answered you. I kept it minimal, but I had to point out what I think is a mistake in part B. Cheers. --CristianCantoro (talk) 17:59, 10 May 2015 (UTC)
Se vuoi incoraggiare la partecipazione, penso che sia necessario migliorare le traduzioni in italiano delle pagine principali relative alle elezioni, come Wikimedia Foundation elections/Board elections/2015/it. Al momento mi paiono alquanto incoerenti. --Nemo 06:41, 11 May 2015 (UTC)
Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees Elections 2015
Dear candidate. My general opinion about administration of Wikimedia is negative. Many texts and images had been removed with pretext of protection of rights of the owners of the copyright owners. The special permissions by the copyright owners were just ignored, and removed together with the files. In particular, this refers to images of the Soviet dissidents and their texts.
Below I suggest only few examples in order to let you know what is happening: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sofiya_Kalistratova&oldid=649939072 https://ru.wikisource.org/w/index.php?title=Софья_Васильевна_Каллистратова&oldid=93595 https://ru.wikisource.org/w/index.php?title=Леонард_Борисович_Терновский&type=revision&diff=1312548&oldid=585736
I investigated the case and I revealed that many removals were performed by bureaucrat Lozman, who has absolutely no experience with obtaining permission from the copyright owners and does not even remember, who made him bureaucrat. However, this is only example.
Sorry for being late, but I just received the invitation to vote. You still have two days to change my opinion about at least one of the candidates suggested. One example of complain by the author is available at site TORI, http://mizugadro.mydns.jp/t/index.php/Kouznetsov,_permission I mention it because it has English version, although many Russian authors were offended in the similar way.
Now I formulate the question:
Do you think it is still possible to handle the cases mentioned?
Do you think that you can find time to deal with the cases mentioned?
- Dear Domitori,
- Thank you for contacting me.
- First of all, let me point out that the administration Wikimedia (in the sense of "the administration of the Wikimedia Foundation") is a different thing from and he is performed by a different group of people than the ensemble of users (unregistered and registered, comprised the ones that have additional permissions like sysops, bureacrats and stewards) that manage the projects. The duty of the Board of Trustees of the Wikimedia Foundation is to provide he strategic guidance for the Wikimedia Foundation and for the Wikimedia movement. Since the WMF is the biggest organization in our movement and it manages, runs, and operates the technical infrastructure on which the projects live, this has many consequences on the projects themselves.
- It is not part of the duty of the Board, though, to make decisions about specific cases on a single projects: this duty is with the people running the projects are the community of volunteers of which you and the bureaucrat Lozman - as many other volunteers - are both part. So you should reach out to other Commons users to discuss this case on Commons.
- That said, the Board can provide guidance or deliberate about specific projects when the need arises (especially if there are law requirements that need to be enforced) and I believe that the Board can discuss some general policy about Wikimedia Commons to help its development, but I think that such decisions should not be driven by a specific case.
- Furthermore, I am unable to make a judgement on the case you present, even at a personal level, because I do not know the details of it. If the images have a proper license or permission, and they are valuable (and it seems they are) then, as a volunteer, I would agree with you that the should be kept on commons and used on all the other projects.
- I understand that probably my answer will not satisfy you or address your needs, as I said my advice to you is that you ask to other users on Commons to review this case and please keep in mind that the scope of the Board is different - and much wider - than arbitrating these cases.
- Best regards,
You're statement on the French vote page is the only one in English. I'm a little surprised because if I remember correctly you write a quite good French. If not, here a proposal :
- Participation et coopération sont des éléments clés du mouvement et de son esprit, la thèse de la confiance doit être bien établie [I'm not sure to well understand what you mean by purpose trust thesis). Nous devons développer un chemin loin de la mentalité du "nous contre eux " de l'internet d'Abebooks ("Abebooks web", this not clear for me) - expérimenté à de nombreuses occasions .
- Je suis un activiste du logiciel libre, Wikipédien depuis 2007, j'ai l'expérience d'un conseil d'administration à Wikimedia Italie.
- Je suis candidat au board de la fondation car je veux y apporter mon expérience et ma vision.
- Ciao TCY,
- Merci pour ton aide. C'est vraiment étrange parce que le Comité des élections m'avait dit que la traduction des déclaration brèves pour la page de vote aurait été faite par des traducteur professionnel (pour assure que tous les candidates auront eu une traduction propre depuis le début de l'élection. Ta traduction est presque parfaite [j'entendais dire que la participation et la coopeération ont besoin que la confiance soit bien établie pour être efficace] , merci. --CristianCantoro (talk) 13:26, 29 May 2015 (UTC)
- Ciao TCY,
- Je voudrais aussi ajouter, TCY, que la référence à Abebooks a pas de sens pour moi. Je copie-colle ci-dessous le message (short statement) en anglais que j'ai envoyé au Comité des Élections:
- Participation and collaboration are key elements of the movement and its spirit, but these need trust to be well established. We should develop a path away from the mentality of "us vs them" that we have experienced in many occasions.
- I am a free software activist, Wikipedian since 2007 and I have board experience at Wikimedia Italy.
- I am running for the board because I want to bring my experience and view in.
- Je vais demander une explication. Merci! --CristianCantoro (talk) 13:33, 29 May 2015 (UTC)
- Je voudrais aussi ajouter, TCY, que la référence à Abebooks a pas de sens pour moi. Je copie-colle ci-dessous le message (short statement) en anglais que j'ai envoyé au Comité des Élections:
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