Obviously, he means report, I would cover it but there's not a Scientology center near Boston at least to my knowledge.
I'm fairly certain df meant to report and take pictures of the protest, etc.
On Jan 28, 2008 9:19 PM, Andrew Lih <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Jason, I do think this Anonymous phenomenon is quite interesting, and
> given Wikinewsies acumen with net culture and its own CoS issues in
> Wikipedia, it could be a good area to cover.
> But perhaps a bit of clarification -- are you interested in
> Wikinewsies to *cover* such protest events, or to participate in them
> (as per the subject). The reason for asking, is the latter is
> generally frowned upon as a practice by journalists, as newsgatherers
> should be doing that -- gathering, and not being the news. But I do
> look forward to some discussion about the "anon" matter.
> On Jan 29, 2008 6:55 AM, Jason Safoutin <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I am DragonFire1024 on the English Wikinews. I am wondering if there are
> > any Wikinewsies in: New York, Montreal, Houston TX, London, Melbourne
> > Australia, and Los Angeles California.
> > If so, please contact me. The group known as "Anonymous"is planning
> > "unspecified" action against the CoS on February 10, 2008. They mention the
> > above cities specifically.
> > So anyone on the list in or near those areas please contact me ASAP.
> > P.S. we already have 2 people going to London, but more is encouraged.
> > Jason Safoutin (DragonFire1024)
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