User talk:Benjamin Mako Hill
Election committee question edit
It would be appreciated if you could take a look at the section of Danny's questions, entitled whistleblower policy. It contains a few negative statements which are not, in fact, questions. The first is a complaint from User:WiseWoman in which the entire content is a rant about women's rights and equality, not a bit about danny's candidacy. The second is a complaint from GerardM demanding the withdrawal of Danny's candidacy, which does not contain a single question or a single inquistitive statement. I have struck the latter, but was reverted and told "I do not have the right" so I am bringing it up here. I believe that having the committee maintain the integrity of the candidate's question sections is critical to ensuring a fair election:While candidates may sling mud at each other, it is entirely unfair for people qualified to give endorsements (i.e. excluding the board) to sling mud at them on their article. The segments in question should be moved to Danny's talk page. Also, I believe some sort of statement at the top of each candidate's question page should be made stating "This page is for actual questions to the candidates, not commentary on their platform"
Copying to the other members of the committee. Thank you for your attention and time.Swatjester 15:03, 19 June 2007 (UTC)
A great category edit
http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Interwiki_conflicts_discussions -- sj | help translate |+ 01:23, 8 March 2009 (UTC)
Hello Benjamin Mako. Yesterday, you created the redirect "Oral citations", which redirected to "Oral citations". It was therefore nominated for speedy deletion, but I let it redirect to "Research:Oral Citations" instead. I hope that's okay. Kind regards, Mathonius 12:51, 26 August 2011 (UTC)
- Sorry. That's definitely what I meant to do. Thanks for cleaning up after me! —mako๛ 22:02, 28 August 2011 (UTC)
- Good! It's my pleasure, Mathonius 22:12, 28 August 2011 (UTC)
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Authorship and entropy edit
User:Rich Farmbrough/Jagged 85/Herbalism is an example page. The entropy page isn't added at this stage.
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Here you go! edit
Hi Benjamin! As mentioned, I'm looking for details on the specific page-names of the policy pages that were shown in the figure.1 diagram within the wikimania session. I found the wikiworkshop page/pdf but couldn't quickly track down the github you mentioned. Thanks! Quiddity (WMF) (talk) 02:45, 18 August 2023 (UTC)
- @Quiddity (WMF): Apologies for the slow response!!! I guess I'm still recovering from Wikimania! The project is very much in progress but we're working openly and you can find things the repository here: https://github.com/makoshark/wiki_policy_dev_ecosystem
- Thanks for your interests and your feedback at Wikimania! I'd love to hear what you do with this! —mako๛ 19:59, 12 September 2023 (UTC)
- Thanks for the followup, and no worries on the delay!
- I was particularly interested in the presentation, for the context of the new Wikifunctions wiki whose community / development-team I'm working with. I thought the ordered listing of policies mentioned within that figure.1 diagram might help guide the community on which pages to prioritize creating for that wiki.
- Tangentially from that, and more informally/personal-curiosity, I was also wondering if the listing might be helpfully added into the related general documentation pages, such as Manual for small and new Wikipedias and Small wiki toolkits/Starter kit.
- If I understand correctly, the info that I was looking for is within https://github.com/makoshark/wiki_policy_dev_ecosystem/blob/main/data/policy_page_sitelinks-sparql.csv (I.e. that's the info underlying figure.1). I can imagine that listing might potentially be helpful for both use-cases I mentioned! I will consider sharing it with the Wikifunctions community soon. However, I won't link it from the other 2 pages, as you mentioned it's still in-progress, but perhaps you might consider linking it from those once complete?
- Lastly and very hesitantly, as a potential additional idea for your research efforts (more work! sorry!), I wonder how the listing would change if it was expanded to all Wikimedia wikis (not just Wikipedias)? That might also make it even more useful for those 2 documentation pages. But I just offer it as a casual musing!
- Thanks again for all you do to bring insights to/from the wikiverse! Best wishes, Quiddity (WMF) (talk) 22:00, 12 September 2023 (UTC)