[Wikimedia-l] OFFICE actions and WMF image tagging
berialima at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 19:09:39 UTC 2012
Phillipe, a global ban, even by the policy proposed, requires more than 2
communities agreeing that the ban is necessary, as far as I know, even if
we count the office staff as one "community" that is only one.
At least the guy know why he was blocked? And what is the guarantee we have
that tomorrow you (you here as "staff") won't block me or anyone else using
"office action" as reason?
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livre acesso ao somatório de todo o conhecimento humano. Ajude-nos a
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On 3 July 2012 16:05, Philippe Beaudette <philippe em wikimedia.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 11:11 AM, Theo10011 <de10011 em gmail.com> wrote:
> > my
> > question was simple was OFFICE action used before to block someone,
> > globally or locally?
> To the best of my knowledge, no.
> And that's precisely why we would like a global ban policy implemented. We
> would prefer an established, community-monitored process that we can turn
> to when at all possible (and make no mistake, in this case it was needed; I
> wish we could give all the specifics, but for privacy reasons, we just
> can't). Because we didn't have that, we had to break new ground with the
> Office actions policy. I hope we never have to use that again.
> Philippe Beaudette
> Director, Community Advocacy
> Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.
> 415-839-6885, x 6643
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