@Audrey, are you sure you want to study motivations to contribute to
Wikipedia? Maybe you should study flamewars on Wikipedia mailing
lists instead, it promises to be a subject on which you could get lots
of observational data!
On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 6:11 PM, James Salsman <jsalsman(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Dario Taraborelli <dtaraborelli(a)wikimedia.org>
James, I think I have replied consistently to
your requests, both on wiki
and by mail....
Anyone can judge for themselves whether this is true by looking at
There you claimed that research approval was a mandatory policy, and
much more recently you thanked a third party for an edit which clearly
implies that it is strictly mandatory. But in September 2010 you
agreed with the rest of the RCom that research subject recruitment
approval should not be mandatory in favor of published guidelines
instead. And when called on the inconsistency, you wrote that approval
is not in fact mandatory. Both can not be true.
Instead of apologizing for your lie with which you attempted to impugn
my integrity, you have been trying to cover it up with rhetoric.
Is that behavior considered acceptable at the Wikimedia Foundation?
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