Regarding libraries and schoolsEdit
I think every developer and ops person at the WMF (and volunteers) agrees with you we would rather be doing other things. However, in practice, the question we need to answer is: is it easier to achieve our goals with an opt-in image filter, or without one? The alternative could be that many libraries and schools would, sooner or later, block Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons. That said, I think the thread OP is totally right, we should get a work scope here. NeilK 18:01, 16 August 2011 (UTC)
How would an opt-in filter help/affect/appease libraries and/or schools? This comment didn't make any sense to me. --MZMcBride 16:10, 18 August 2011 (UTC)
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