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- 1 Need endorsements
- 2 The Signpost: 01 April 2015
- 3 This Month in GLAM: March 2015
- 4 The Signpost: 08 April 2015
- 5 Please fill out our Inspire campaign survey
- 6 an admin blocked an admin illegally
- 7 The Signpost: 15 April 2015
- 8 The Signpost: 22 April 2015
- 9 The Signpost: 29 April 2015
- 10 The Signpost: 06 May 2015
- 11 This Month in GLAM: April 2015
- 12 The Signpost: 13 May 2015
- 13 The Signpost: 20 May 2015
Dear Prachotos Kindly endorse my proposal in inspire campaign, I have included you as one of the members for this programme. Help me in advertising this programme. Atanuami (talk) 15:18, 30 March 2015 (UTC)
The Signpost: 01 April 2015
- In focus: WMF's latest strategy document shows successes, vagueness, and the need for better data
- In the media: Wiki-PR duo bulldoze a piñata store; Wifione arbitration case; French parliamentary plagiarism
- Traffic report: All over the place
- Featured content: Stop Press. Marie Celeste Mystery Solved. Crew Found Hiding In Wardrobe.
This Month in GLAM: March 2015
The Signpost: 08 April 2015
- Op-ed: We are drowning in promotional artspam
- News and notes: Advancement department to be created at the Foundation, milestone fixes
- In the media: Wikipedia on 60 Minutes, Kickstarter, and in the classroom
- WikiProject report: WikiProject Christianity
- Featured content: Partisan arrangements, dodgy dollars, a mysterious union of strings, and a hole that became a monument
- Traffic report: Resurrection week
- Arbitration report: New Functionary appointments
- Technology report: Bugs, Repairs, and Internal Operational News
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an admin blocked an admin illegally
as an admin my IP is blocked by an irresponsible admin Mr Khangul just for the reason i have allowed and unblocked a user who is hard working, keen to develop, contribute in pashto wiki. see this for his countributions: Usman khan's contributions
plz have a look to his work. if you think that he (Usmankhan) deserved to be blocked by Khangul. and for restoring (Usmankhan) was that against the rule of wiki, or i have done something wrong for which Khangul (an admin like me) blocked me from wiki and deleted my pages where i have requested for bureaucrat.
plz take this matter serious and solve the prob which khangul create day by day to new users, and now for admins as well.
you will note that pashto wiki contribution is zero now a day due to khangul's behaviors with users.
note: my nomination page is also deleted by him. khangul deleted my nomination page for bureaucratship. its against wiki norms and laws.
The Signpost: 15 April 2015
- News and notes: Erik Möller leaving Foundation; annual plan grants under community review
- In the media: Saving Wikipedia; Internet regulation; Thoreau quote hoax
- Featured content: Au-delà de les Alpes, le chien lit de Sainte Bernard. Sous les pavés, les trimes d'argent! Mes enfants, suivez-moi!
- Traffic report: Furious domination
- Blog: Single-User Login provides access to all wikis
The Signpost: 22 April 2015
- Special report: Sony emails reveal corporate practices and undisclosed advocacy editing
- News and notes: Call for candidates as the movement approaches the Wikimedia Board elections
- In the media: UK political editing; hoaxes; net neutrality
- In focus: 2015 Wikimedia Foundation election preparations underway
- Featured content: Vanguard on guard
- Traffic report: A harvest of couch potatoes
- Gallery: The bitter end
The Signpost: 29 April 2015
- Wikimania: Choice of small village for Wikimania 2016 ruffles feathers
- News and notes: Wiki Loves Monuments evaluation sees diminishing returns and increasing cost
- In the media: Scottish MEP blocked for edit warring; ranking articles by importance
- Featured content: Apartheid and related topics, awards and accolades, and a bunch of tough journeys
- Recent research: Popularity vs. quality, Wikipedia images show how copyright damages economy, bots as servants or policemen
- Traffic report: Bruce, Nessie, and genocide
- Technology report: VisualEditor and MediaWiki updates
The Signpost: 06 May 2015
- Special report: FDC candidates respond to key issues
- News and notes: "Inspire" grant-making campaign concludes, grantees announced
- In the media: Guggenheim image donation; Wiki campaign gets advertising award
- Featured content: The amorous android and the horsebreeder; WikiCup round two concludes
- Traffic report: The grim ship reality
- Blog: How many women edit Wikipedia?
This Month in GLAM: April 2015
The Signpost: 13 May 2015
- Foundation elections: WMF Board candidates share their views with the Signpost
- Op-ed: What made Wikipedia lose its reputation?
- In the media: Grant Shapps story continues; Wikipedia's "leftist ties"
- News and notes: Swedish Wikimedia chapter organizes simultaneous Wikidata contests
- Featured content: Four first-time featured article writers lead the way
- Traffic report: Round Two
The Signpost: 20 May 2015
- News and notes: The dark side of comedy: Wikipedia volunteers cleaning up behind John Oliver's fowl jokes
- In focus: The awful truth about Wikimedia's article counts
- From the editor: Your voice is needed: strategic voting in the WMF election
- In the media: Jimmy Wales accepts Dan David Prize
- WikiProject report: Cell-ebrating Molecular Biology
- Arbitration report: Editor conduct the subject of multiple cases
- Featured content: Puppets, fungi, and waterfalls
- Traffic report: Inner Core