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Martin Peeks | 5 Jul 22:04 2007

ArbCom elections, July 2007: Latest news.

On behalf of Thunderhead and the Election Coordinators.

Hello everyone,
The July 2007 Arbitration Committee[0] Election will begin accepting
nominations on Wednesday, July 11, 2007 at 22:00 UTC, and voting will
begin on Wednesday, July 18, 2007 at 22:00 UTC. Wikinewsies will have
the opportunity to choose three candidates to be elected to the
Arbitration Committee for the upcoming year. The Arbitration Committee
is the ultimate dispute resolution authority in the project.

The election will be conducted on-wiki on the election page[1]. Prior to
the voting phase, there will be a a nomination phase where established
Wikinewsies can nominate other users for the position. In order to
nominate a user, you must meet the eligibility requirements (see below).
Nominees, however, need not meet any requirements in order to take part
in the election.

The three candidates with the most votes will be appointed to the
committee after the votes have been verified by the Wikinews Arbitration
Committee Election Coordinators. In the event of a tie, a run-off
election will be conducted.

Once a user has been nominated, the candidate must accept the nomination
before it will be considered valid. Election Coordinators will be
regularly checking for fraudulent nominations and votes, and these will
be removed if they do not meet the requirements below.

To be eligible to vote for or to nominate a user, a contributor must
have made his or her first edit on the English Wikinews before June 1,
2007, and must have had at least 250 edits on the English Wikinews
before July 1, 2007.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask one of us,
either here, in private email, on IRC, or on Wiki.

Many Thanks,

Thunderhead, BrainNewZealand and Martinp23

Wikinews Arbitration Committee Election Coordinators

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[0] - http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Wikinews:Arbitration_Committee
[1]
-http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Wikinews:Arbitration_Committee/Elections_July_2007

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Terin Stock | 6 Jul 07:39 2007
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Re: ArbCom elections, July 2007: Latest news.

It's not clear from here, or on the wiki page (that I can see, anyway; 
though I might have over looked), if one can nominate themselves.

I know that in other elections on various wikis, it is possible for one 
to nominate themselves, as long as they met the requirements. However, 
due to the purpose of ArbCom, I can understand if this will not be 
possible.

On another note, can an Administrator of this list email me privately, 
so I may correctly update my information.

Martin Peeks wrote:
> On behalf of Thunderhead and the Election Coordinators.
>
> Hello everyone,
> The July 2007 Arbitration Committee[0] Election will begin accepting
> nominations on Wednesday, July 11, 2007 at 22:00 UTC, and voting will
> begin on Wednesday, July 18, 2007 at 22:00 UTC. Wikinewsies will have
> the opportunity to choose three candidates to be elected to the
> Arbitration Committee for the upcoming year. The Arbitration Committee
> is the ultimate dispute resolution authority in the project.
>
> The election will be conducted on-wiki on the election page[1]. Prior to
> the voting phase, there will be a a nomination phase where established
> Wikinewsies can nominate other users for the position. In order to
> nominate a user, you must meet the eligibility requirements (see below).
> Nominees, however, need not meet any requirements in order to take part
> in the election.
>
> The three candidates with the most votes will be appointed to the
> committee after the votes have been verified by the Wikinews Arbitration
> Committee Election Coordinators. In the event of a tie, a run-off
> election will be conducted.
>
> Once a user has been nominated, the candidate must accept the nomination
> before it will be considered valid. Election Coordinators will be
> regularly checking for fraudulent nominations and votes, and these will
> be removed if they do not meet the requirements below.
>
> To be eligible to vote for or to nominate a user, a contributor must
> have made his or her first edit on the English Wikinews before June 1,
> 2007, and must have had at least 250 edits on the English Wikinews
> before July 1, 2007.
>
> If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask one of us,
> either here, in private email, on IRC, or on Wiki.
>
> Many Thanks,
>
> Thunderhead, BrainNewZealand and Martinp23
>
> Wikinews Arbitration Committee Election Coordinators
>
> ----
>
> [0] - http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Wikinews:Arbitration_Committee
> [1]
> -http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Wikinews:Arbitration_Committee/Elections_July_2007
>
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divol | 14 Jul 10:52 2007
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Widget Wikinews RSS


hi all,
  i have no more much time to play with wikinews but (for fun) i made  
a little MacOSX DashBoard Widget used to read Wikinews RSS flux.

It's available here : http://www.olilog.com/blog/Site/Blog/Blog_files/ 
Wikinews%20RSS.zip

It's a "functionnal" beta version but not perfect at all (uggly ok, i  
am not a drawer). i tested it in english and french.

It connects on rss flux using system language pref, in that case :  
bs, ca, de, en, es, fr, it, pl.

It's possible to add new languages, but i don't know if other rss are  
available.

It's under a CeCill v2 licence project (a GPL like licence but valid  
in France.)

i am planning a Gadget for google et Win-doze and iPhone (if i have  
time, as i am working on 3 projects)

jacques divol
bawolff | 28 Jul 23:23 2007
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Re: Widget Wikinews RSS

theoretically all wikinews rss feeds should be listed at
http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikinews/RSS (but that hasn't happened
unfortunatly)

Unfortunatly I don't have a Mac, so i can't test this, but it looks
really cool. I added it to the rss page
http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Wikinews:Syndication .

> i am planning a Gadget for google et Win-doze and iPhone (if i have
> time, as i am working on 3 projects)

We already have a google thing (not sure if same as your talking
about) see http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikinews/Google_button

Cheers,
-bawolff
On 7/14/07, divol <jacques.divol <at> laposte.net> wrote:
>
>
> hi all,
>  i have no more much time to play with wikinews but (for fun) i made
> a little MacOSX DashBoard Widget used to read Wikinews RSS flux.
>
> It's available here : http://www.olilog.com/blog/Site/Blog/Blog_files/
> Wikinews%20RSS.zip
>
> It's a "functionnal" beta version but not perfect at all (uggly ok, i
> am not a drawer). i tested it in english and french.
>
> It connects on rss flux using system language pref, in that case :
> bs, ca, de, en, es, fr, it, pl.
>
> It's possible to add new languages, but i don't know if other rss are
> available.
>
> It's under a CeCill v2 licence project (a GPL like licence but valid
> in France.)
>
> i am planning a Gadget for google et Win-doze and iPhone (if i have
> time, as i am working on 3 projects)
>
> jacques divol
>

Gmane