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We are changing the future - March 4, 2019

This list is an analysis checking for which articles exist for trans athletes based on a newspaper article spotted in another place... a prompt to create a few...

  1. Ignacia Livingstone
  2. Cyclists Jillian Bearden  Done and Rachel McKinnon
  3. the volleyball players Omaira Perdomo and Tiffany Abreu;
  4. the great chess teacher Natalia Parés Vives;  Done
  5. golfer Mianne Bagger;
  6. soccer player Jaiyah Saelua;
  7. softball player Pat Cordova-Goff;
  8. Christina Ginther American football;
  9. Catherine McGregor, in cricket;
  10. Fallon Fox, in UFC;
  11. Nong Rose in Muay Thai
  12. Louise Sand, Swedish handbolist
  13. New Zealander Laurel Hubbard
  14. Greco-Roman wrestler Mack Beggs,
  15. Chris Mosier first transsexual man to be part of the male duathlon team in the United States
  16. Jessica Millamán

-- (talk) 19:14, 16 June 2019 (UTC)

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@Kbrown (WMF): The survey will log my IP address and this raw data apparently may be shared with various unnamed organizations, including sharing with unnamed people in "Affiliates" with no process to ensure removal/deletion of data even should the Affiliate become unrecognized, and these organizations apparently are not themselves publicly disclosed or subject to public scrutiny of their use of the data.
Considering the nature of the discussion and the related intense trolling and abuse that some Wikipedians were subject to, why would Wikipedians allowing this to happen be a good idea, rather than technologically simply avoid surveys like this with any unclear downstream risks?
No, I am not happy filling out surveys with weird privacy policies and apparently deliberately non-publicly regulated reuse of "raw data". The history of the WMF shows that were I to ask in a year's time "who is holding my survey data now and for what purpose?", I would be highly likely to be ignored. -- (talk) 14:43, 13 November 2019 (UTC)