Jimmy Wales wrote:
One can take all that and demand to know absolutely
everything down to
the last email, or look at the whole thing sensibly and realize that,
well, that whole situation sucked, some things went wrong, lessons
better have been learned, etc.
And that's about where it has to end.
That sounds reasonable to me. Considering that there has been *zero*
evidence of any actual wrongdoing, such as theft of Wikimedia Foundation
money---despite The Register's strange/unsupported insinuations that the
matter somehow is related to the audit of Foundation books---I don't see
this matter as anything more than a minor embarrassment. The person in
question no longer works for Wikimedia and the hiring process has been
changed so it won't happen again, so it sounds like the matter ought to