Signature & Archiving bots
I suggest that you use the 4 tildes to sign your talk page posts, because archiving bots actually cannot archive properly your posts ;-) BTW, any news on my toolserver account? Happy editing, Snowolf 14:37, 5 April 2007 (UTC)
- Normaly, I use 4 Tildes. But sometimes, I catch only 3 or a 5th smuggles itselfs in ;) :). If you resent your eMail, I try to faster the account-creating up a bit. ---DaB. 21:57, 5 April 2007 (UTC)
- Email sent again ;-) Snowolf 20:27, 6 April 2007 (UTC)
- Also waiting for an account for a while. Autocracy 04:22, 4 July 2007 (UTC)
- I plan to do this at Thursday. --DaB. 15:33, 8 July 2007 (UTC)
Thanks for letting me know. A reply awaits you! Verisimilus 15:52, 24 August 2007 (UTC)
wann wirst du die aktuellen Accountanfragen bearbeiten?
Gruß, --Akrause91 19:31, 24 February 2008 (UTC)
- Sobald ich dazu komme. --DaB. 00:28, 26 February 2008 (UTC)
- OK, danke! Ich wollte nicht nerven, nur mal nachfragen!! --Akrause91 08:12, 26 February 2008 (UTC)
anything new for my ts account? Fale 18:32, 24 September 2008 (UTC)
My Toolserver account?
I just saw that you remove my toolserver account request, and, in the comment box, you wrote OK. What does it mean? And, by the way, when should I receive my account?
Thank you very much,
- I left your the needed informations on your frwp-user-talb-page (that was the project you linked in your request). You will find all informations there. --DaB. 16:40, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
You left me something about the toolserver... I am active but only irregulary. :) --Mixwell 18:39, 14 March 2009 (UTC)
Superprotect letter update
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.
Dear DaB., since you are an administrator on a wiki from which no user participated in this discussion, I'd like to make sure you are aware of some recent events which may alter what the Wikimedia Foundation lets you do on your wiki: Superprotect.
- Request for comment: Requests for comment/Superprotect rights
- An open letter about its implementation: Letter to Wikimedia Foundation: Superprotect and Media Viewer
Peteforsyth 09:10, 12 September 2014 (UTC)
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 (gvarnumwikimedia.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.
Gregory Varnum (User:GVarnum-WMF), Wikimedia Foundation