I wish i could vote, but i was banned for critcizing abuse by admins who are dragging the project down. The voting process does not allow banned or blocked users to vote, so i hope those that got blocked in this arbcom case voted already. Because if not, they missed their opportunity to have their vote count. In fact, i would be willing to bet that even if they did, they will not be counted as "banned" editors.


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Date: Mon, Dec 1, 2014 1:27 PM

To: GenderGap;Increasing involvement of LGBT communities and organizing the Wikimedia LGBT Outreach Project;

Subject:[Gendergap] Relevant election questions for Arbcom


In the light of the contentious Gender Gap Task Force case, I have
raised the following question for candidates in the current election:
"I'm having difficulty visualizing how Arbcom today represents the
diversity of our community. Would you like to identify yourself as a
woman or LGBT, and explain what life experience and values you would
bring to the committee when these become topics or a locus of

I will be voting for women and open LGBT candidates that bring some
relevant and diverse life experience to committee, and against
everyone else. I am sure they will get enough votes from the majority
viewpoint anyway.

You can find all candidate questions and their answers at
Don't forget to vote - there are 6 days left!

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