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Re: [Foundation-l] Note regarding status of privacy policy

KIZU Naoko
On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 9:50 AM, Michael Snow <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Sure, I'll wait an extra week before asking the board to vote, although
> I don't want to delay much beyond that.

Thank you for one extra week, and hope it works.
Dear translator, please give a look to meta draft, and if you have no
enough time to spare, at least make it sure your home wiki community
informed of this revision?

Cheers,

On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 9:50 AM, Michael Snow <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Aphaia wrote:
>> I found this thread now and forwarded it to translator-l, for asking
>> for translation, if they think it appropriate: but there are only four
>> days until the announced deadline.
>>
>> Michael, could you please extend it, say, one more week? For most of
>> non-English community, regarding the time of translation, even if they
>> luckily get their own language version of the draft, they may have
>> only one or two days. Still one week is shorter, but better than
>> nothing.
>>
> Sure, I'll wait an extra week before asking the board to vote, although
> I don't want to delay much beyond that. Work on this initiative started
> even before our April board meeting, and at some point this particular
> segment needs to be brought to a conclusion. Which is not to say the
> policy will never again be revised or revisited - Mike is still making
> revisions based on feedback he's received.
>
> I asked initially if there were any dealbreakers or aspects that were
> seriously misleading, and nobody's identified issues of that nature to
> me. So I'm still inclined to think the draft is good and, as a
> significant step forward from the existing policy, should be adopted
> "with all deliberate speed". I appreciate that there's considerable
> interest in how this relates to the Checkuser tool, even though that's
> mentioned only a handful of times. This draft is not trying to be the
> Checkuser policy, and as Sue has pointed out, that role and therefore
> the details of its policy are within the control of the community rather
> than the Wikimedia Foundation. But I certainly encourage people to
> review the policy and practices of their projects in light of the
> overall privacy policy.
>
> (I'm sorry, I thought I heard something there. Did somebody say
> Volunteer Council?)
>
> --Michael Snow
>
>
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