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User:Kozuch 09:00, 3 December 2009 (UTC):
I find the word "Wikimedia-pedia" just not nice. Yet I do recognize what wants to be meant with it and that such a bunch of information is important. But, in the long term, such info should be centralized on the Foundations website, as soon as it gets open to public editing (which it really should). Actually, we could join all the non-content backstage projects into the foundation website - simply one place to rule the background of all Wikimedia.
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You can see specifics of my error problem here: http://strategy.wikimedia.org/wiki/Talk:Editor_Trends_Study#index.281.29.php_error_causing_editors_not_to_contribute.3F_7130
How does a single error report relate to strategic growth questions, including improving editor trends? I have just come from Wikimedia-Pedia and note not a single reference to errors across the entire subject range.
Might we be looking too hard at the complications and not enough at potential simplifications? Certainly, this new input box with an "advanced" tab seems to be working fine, unlike earlier "talk" versions raised in the error report linked above.
apologies for breaking in at the top level, but have not been able to find anything online. See google search:
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Avaiki simple error stopping editors?