Hi Tom, being busy means I don't have time to answer every email
immediately. As you can see I try and get there eventually.
Actually I think you'll find that questions can be both rhetorical and
facetious. However if I am creating or editting Wikipedia articles then you
can be sure that I am not being paid and its in my own time.
On 19 September 2012 20:19, Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 19 September 2012 15:33, Roger Bamkin
This is a one stop shop Tom, I'm going to
respond to your points but I do
have other things to do so don't bother bouncing more points
I'm afraid being busy doesn't excuse you from being accountable. While
you may not value this conversation, if it is important to members
then it has to be important to you.
4. Lack of demarcation - I agree. I frequently
end up doing WMUK work in
own time. How do you and Tom D avoid it? Sorry
rhetorical question as I
don't expect a reply.
That's not a rhetorical question, it is a facetious question. All of
my Wikimedia-related work is done in my own time because I am not paid
for anything relating to Wikimedia. If I were paid to do something
relating to Wikimedia, then I would be very careful to distinguish
between my paid work and my voluntary work. That is what you are
failing to do.
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