whoho I'm the 24 most active admin on commons, I would love to see the same
numers for sv.
2006/8/14, Patrick-Emil Zörner <paddyez(a)yahoo.de>de>:
--- Cary Bass <bastique(a)bellsouth.net> schrieb:
Please don't take Paddy's answer as an indication of the responses
from any of the rest of the project members.
True, maybe I should say in every sentence: "My opinion is..." to make
clear that it is only the way I feel about the issue. Nevertheless I
know that no admin was informed about this so how can they state their
opinion on the issue? No matter if I am legally right or if I am just
wrong, no matter if there are statistics about my activities somewhere
else the point is it would have been polite if people would have been
asked. I personally feel better if I can decide which data of me is
made public and which is not and also how the data is put into graphs
or statistics. If this data would be relevant for the wikimedia
commons project I would say OK. But it is not so I do not. I prefer if
people would not publish data or statistics about my activities
without asking period. And please do not tell me that it is legally
possible and that that there are other statistics about me and how I
must feel about them. Just try to respect my feeling and wishes aswell
as my person and everybody can be happy.
Based on every single response he has to this
email list, I question
his entire motivation for participation in the project at all, and I
doubt he has any interest in constructive cooperation.
You are right there. Thanks for your understanding.
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