On 30/04/07, Joe Szilagyi <szilagyi(a)gmail.com> wrote:
* Do we know of the relationships (including fiscal)
of all people with
authority to decide the nofollow situation to the website in question?
That would be the meta admins. If you have a reasonable claim to make
of financial impropriety on the part of any of them in editing the
interwiki map, you should really make a clear claim rather than an
allusion of a possibility.
(Compare, e.g. allusions that en:wp admins *might* be working to
benefit Wikia. They sure might. But you'll need more than an allusion
to be taken seriously.)
* Do we know the relationshp of the Foundation to all
such sites that are on
the Interwiki link?
It would probably merely be a matter of going through the list.
The problem in a Nutshell: As Anthony just said,
"I think the best argument
for this is that enforcing a double-standard which benefits the for-profit
business of the founder of Wikimedia and a board member *looks bad*."