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I've undone this edit to madam bot's exclude list. Sites now need to be licensed under CC-BY-SA (and optionally GFDL as well) and GFDL by itself is no longer enough. See Wikipedia:Licensing update#Content restrictions - I'm sure this has been documented somewhere better but as per usual tying to find it is difficult (Wikipedia's help/information system is atrocious and must be a nightmare for new users but that's a discussion for another day). — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dpmuk (talkcontribs) 21:37, 15 May 2013‎ (UTC)

Support request with team editing experiment project[edit]

Dear tech ambassadors, instead of spamming the Village Pump of each Wikipedia about my tiny project proposal for researching team editing (see here:, I have decided to leave to your own discretion if the matter is relevant enough to inform a wider audience already. I would appreciate if you could appraise if the Wikipedia community you are more familiar with could have interest in testing group editing "on their own grounds" and with their own guidance. In a nutshell: it consists in editing pages as a group instead of as an individual. This social experiment might involve redefining some aspects of the workflow we are all used to, with the hope of creating a more friendly and collaborative environment since editing under a group umbrella creates less social exposure than traditional "individual editing". I send you this message also as a proof that the Inspire Campaign is already gearing up. As said I would appreciate of *you* just a comment on the talk page/endorsement of my project noting your general perception about the idea. Nothing else. Your contribution helps to shape the future! (which I hope it will be very bright, with colors, and Wikipedia everywhere) Regards from User:Micru on meta. —Preceding undated comment added 09:32, 30 April 2015‎ (UTC)

Legobot's Feedback Request Service message scheduling[edit]


I sometimes see Legobot advertising RfCs that are three weeks old. I can understand that perhaps it isn't always smart to pile everybody onto an RfC on the first day as it could generate a lot of heat. However, perhaps stretching it out over three weeks is too far towards the other extreme, as RfCs are often stone cold by that point and should probably have been closed (but, alas, backlogs).

So my "suquestion" (damn you, urbandictionary!) is this: Is the scheduling this way because of people's monthly limit, and/or can it be changed to front-load participation a bit more? (Keep in mind there may be an additional delay before people actually decide to take the time to participate, which I'm pretty sure Legobot does not currently take into account, at least not on an account-by-account basis.)


Samsara 16:21, 20 November 2015 (UTC)

The Signpost: 18 November 2015[edit]

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