User:Resident Mario/Signpost

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I am a regular if erratic editor at the Wikipedia Signpost where I write for the internal-news "News and notes" section. I was active from August–October 2010, October 2011–April 2012, and March 2015–present. A (searchable) list of my work follows; particularly interesting items are in bold.

  1. 23 August 2010 News and notes - "Pending changes poll, Public policy classes, Payment schemes debate, and more"
  2. 30 August 2010 News and notes - "Most linked websites on Wikipedia, New York Wiki-Conference, and more"
  3. 30 August 2010 Features and admins - This at the time was a special feature I was writing on the 3,000th Featured article, but was squelched into Featured and admins while I was offline and published so, something that caused me great pain at the time
  4. 6 September 2010 Dispatches "Tools for content contributors p.1"
  5. 6 September 2010 News and notes - "Pending changes analyzed, Foundation report, Main page bias, brief news"
  6. 13 September 2010 News and notes - "Page-edit stats, French National Library partnership, Mass page blanking, Jimbo on Pending changes"
  7. 20 September 2010 Dispatches "Tools for content contributors p.2"
  8. 27 September 2010 News and notes - "French million, controversial content, Citizendium charter, Pending changes, and more"
  9. 4 October 2010 News and notes - "German chapter remodeled to meet Foundation requirements, and more"
  10. 4 October 2010 WikiProject report
  11. 11 October 2010 News and notes - "Board resolutions, fundraiser challenge, traffic report, ten thousand good articles, and more"
  12. 11 October 2010 Dispatches "Tools for content contributors p.3" - Thus concluding the triage
  13. 11 October 2010 Technology report - "Bugs, Repairs, and Internal Operational News"
  14. 18 October 2010 News and notes - "Wikipedia fundraiser event, Frankfurt book fair, news in brief"
  15. 25 October 2010 News and notes - "Mike Godwin leaves the Foundation, ArbCom election announced"
  16. 15 November 2010 News and notes - "Fundraisers start for Wikipedia and Citizendium; controversial content and leadership"
  17. 22 November 2010 News and notes - "No further Bundesarchiv image donations; Dutch and German awards; anniversary preparations"
  18. 27 December 2010 News and notes - "Director of Technical Operations hired; South Korean mayor sues; brief news"
  19. 3 January 2011 Year in review
  20. 7 February 2011 News and notes - "New General Counsel hired; reuse of Google Art Project debated; GLAM newsletter started; news in brief"
  21. 31 October 2011 News and notes - "German Wikipedia continues image filter protest"
  22. 31 October 2011 Featured content
  23. 7 November 2011 News and notes - "Wikimedia Norway awarded, Halloween on the Main Page, Wikimedia UK recognised"
  24. 7 November 2011 Featured content - "Slow week for Featured content"
  25. 14 November 2011 News and notes - "ArbCom nominations open, participation grants finalized, survey results on perceptions on Wikipedia released"
  26. 28 November 2011 News and notes - "Arb's resignation sparks lightning RfC, Fundraiser 2011 off to a strong start, GLAM in Qatar"
  27. 5 December 2011 News and notes - "Amsterdam gets the GLAM treatment, fundraising marches on, and a flourish of new admins"
  28. 12 December 2011 News and notes - "Research project banner ads run afoul of community"
  29. 19 December 2011 News and notes - "Anti-piracy act has Wikimedians on the defensive, WMF annual report released, and Indic language dynamics"
  30. 26 December 2011 News and notes - "Fundraiser passes 2010 watermark, brief news"
  31. 26 December 2011 Opinion essay - "Openness versus quality: why we're doing it wrong, and how to fix it"
  32. 2 January 2012 News and notes - "Things bubbling along as Wikimedians enjoy their holidays"
  33. 9 January 2012 News and notes - "Fundraiser 2011 ends with a bang"
  34. 16 January 2012 News and notes - "SOPA blackout looms, Wikipedia turns 11, and Commons passes 12 million files"
  35. 30 January 2012 News and notes - "Update on Global Development, Wikipedia Day NYC is a success, JFK audio on Commons"
  36. 6 February 2012 News and notes - "The Foundation visits Tunisia, analyzes donors"
  37. 6 February 2012 Discussion report - "Discussion swarms around Templates for deletion and returning editors of colourful pasts"
  38. 13 February 2012 News and notes - "Foundation launches Legal and Community Advocacy department"
  39. 20 February 2012 News and notes - "Fundraiser row continues, new director of engineering"
  40. 20 February 2012 Special report - "Plight of the new page patrollers"
  41. 5 March 2012 News and notes - "Chapter-selected Board seats, an invite to the Teahouse, patrol becomes triage, and this week in history"
  42. 12 March 2012 News and notes - "Sue Gardner tackles the funds, and the terms of use update nears implementation"
  43. 19 March 2012 News and notes - "Chapters Council proposals take form as research applications invited for Wikipedia Academy and HighBeam accounts"
  44. 2 April 2012 News and notes - "Berlin reforms to movement structures, Wikidata launches with fanfare, and Wikipedia's day of mischief"
  45. 9 April 2012 News and notes - "Projects launched in Brazil and the Middle East as advisors sought for funds committee"
  46. 11 February 2013 Opinion essay - "An article is a construct – hoaxes and Wikipedia"
  47. 4 March 2015 From the editor - "A sign of the times: the Signpost revamps its internal structure to make contributing easier"
  48. 4 March 2015 News and notes - "Wikimedia Foundation and OTRS team both publish reports, indicate operating changes"
  49. 11 March 2015 News and notes - "WikiWomen's History Month—meetups, blog posts, and "Inspire" grant-making campaign"
  50. 18 March 2015 News and notes - "SUL finalization imminent; executive office shake-ups at the Foundation"
  51. 25 March 2015 News and notes - "Wikimedia Foundation adopts open-access research policy"
  52. 1 April 2015 In focus - "WMF's latest strategy document shows successes, vagueness, and the need for better data"
  53. 8 April 2015 News and notes - "Advancement department to be created at the Foundation, milestone fixes"
  54. 15 April 2015 News and notes - "Erik Möller leaving Foundation; annual plan grants under community review"
  55. 22 April 2015 News and notes - "Call for candidates as the movement approaches the Wikimedia Board elections"
  56. 22 April 2015 In focus - "2015 Wikimedia Foundation election preparations underway"
  57. 8 April 2015 News and notes - "Wiki Loves Monuments evaluation sees diminishing returns and increasing cost"
  58. 6 May 2015 News and notes - "'Inspire' grant-making campaign concludes, grantees announced"
  59. 13 May 2015 News and notes - "Swedish Wikimedia chapter organizes simultaneous Wikidata contests; FDC election results"
  60. 27 May 2015 News and notes - "WMF releases quarterly reports, annual plans"
  61. 3 June 2015 News and notes - "Three new community-elected trustees announced, incumbents out"
  62. 10 June 2015 News and notes - "Chapter financial trends analyzed, news in brief"
  63. 17 June 2015 News and notes - "Labs outage kills tools, self; news in brief"
  64. 24 June 2015 News and notes - "Board of Trustees propose bylaw amendments"
  65. 24 June 2015 From the editor - "The Signpost tagging initiative"
  66. 1 July 2015 News and notes - "Training the Trainers; VP of engineering leaves WMF"
  67. 8 July 2015 News and notes - "Wikimedia Foundation annual plan released, news in brief"
  68. 8 July 2015 Editorial - "So you want to get your message out. Where do you turn?"
  69. 15 July 2015 News and notes - "The Wikimedia Conference and Wikimania"
  70. 5 August 2015 News and notes - "VisualEditor, endowment, science, and news in brief"
  71. 12 August 2015 News and notes - "Superprotect, one year later; a contentious RfA"
  72. 26 August 2015 News and notes - "Re-imagining grants"
  73. 2 September 2015 News and notes - "Flow placed on ice"
  74. 2 September 2015 Special report - "Massive paid editing network unearthed on the English Wikipedia"
  75. 6 January 2016 News and notes - "The WMF's age of discontent"