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  1. Migration to CC-by-sa (27 replies)
  2. Global Policy on Biographies of Living Persons ? (8 replies)
  3. A sign that I'm nearly immune to Wikipedia (39 replies)
  4. Wikipedia's problem is too many adults, not enough children (101 replies)
  5. Neuroscience Wikipedia Initiative (23 replies)
  6. Anyone here still contributing to Conservapedia? (4 replies)
  7. Finkelstein Agonistes (0 replies)
  8. Stupid comment of the day award goes to... (26 replies)
  9. Bravo (20 replies)
  10. A Queen moment: (7 replies)
  11. Content dispute resolution RFC (3 replies)
  12. Wikipedia video (4 replies)
  13. "I just want to be remembered as a nice guy" (3 replies)
  14. Wikipedian Revolution? (14 replies)
  15. Dilbert on Wikipedia (5 replies)
  16. Epistemia (10 replies)
  17. Massachusetts AG Questions Sec. 230 Immunity (2 replies)
  18. Wiki Bailout Plan (0 replies)
  19. Memewatch 2 (3 replies)
  20. Simple question - what is a strawberry? (40 replies)
  21. Wikipedia Survey: Use Among the Scholarly Community (5 replies)
  22. GFDL means... (8 replies)
  23. ZOMG! Wikademia was banned! (22 replies)
  24. Wikipedian Administrators and Chimpanzees (6 replies)
  25. New Forum for Wikipedia Users (87 replies)
  26. Jimmy Wales Wikia deleted (2 replies)
  27. JimmyWales.org (13 replies)
  28. Court Suppression orders (7 replies)
  29. Danièle Citron's new paper (3 replies)
  30. Bolt Peters tests Wikipedia (3 replies)
  31. Special Attention Has Been Paid (0 replies)
  32. Why We Do The Work We Do (119 replies)
  33. Publishing experience on the WMF Board (7 replies)
  34. Wikipedia Threatens Artists For Fair Use (17 replies)
  35. Finally, what looks like some serious WP stats (17 replies)
  36. Think about the children.... (126 replies)
  37. Subversive idea: Kindness first (14 replies)
  38. The WP:COATRACK BLP article (6 replies)
  39. Fun with IRC and #wikipedia (36 replies)
  40. Wikia PWND (again) (1 replies)
  41. Can admins look at deleted images? (29 replies)
  42. WP:AGF, and how to improve Wikipedia (29 replies)
  43. Legal threats and ritual self-abasement (104 replies)
  44. Oh, the irony (6 replies)
  45. Sanger strikes back (104 replies)
  46. Wikimedia, Inc opts out of Phorm (16 replies)
  47. Deletion discussions extended two days (18 replies)
  48. "Vote" on WMF projects license change underway... (43 replies)
  49. Jimbo on Journalists and Wikipedia (7 replies)
  50. STALKWORDS (11 replies)
  51. Moved: New ArbCom policy draft (-- replies)
  52. Why in the devil doesn't WP have emoticons? (13 replies)
  53. Longest undealt with vandalism? (33 replies)
  54. Great Moments in Wikipedia History - Part Two (15 replies)
  55. Thesis that was written towards my PhD (25 replies)
  56. Your reaction to the Wales/Sanger poking (9 replies)
  57. Reliable Sources redux (93 replies)
  58. Wikipedia ban & curious bandwith policy (16 replies)
  59. A bunch of addicted men (4 replies)
  60. Proposed addition of CSD-10 (81 replies)
  61. How Much Damage Could A Hacker Do With An Admin Account? (23 replies)
  62. The Essjay scandal, two years later (47 replies)
  63. Liberal use of semiprotection for BLPs (89 replies)
  64. Planning to tighten TorBlock restrictions (1 replies)
  65. Abuse filter (54 replies)
  66. Wikipedia:Flagged protection and patrolled revisions (40 replies)
  67. What happens once that site manifests its vision? (36 replies)
  68. User: BettyPatrick NULLED (79 replies)
  69. April Fool on WP: Funny, or incredibly tragic? (41 replies)
  70. Poop (2 replies)
  71. Terrorism isn't about terror (4 replies)
  72. The Wikicivility police (31 replies)
  73. Once upon a time ... (8 replies)
  74. A "death threat" (3 replies)
  75. the sum of all human knowledge? (0 replies)
  76. Schwartz PR's multi-user account (11 replies)
  77. Wikipedia The Film (66 replies)
  78. At last I understand ... (7 replies)
  79. Guide to Wikipedia (18 replies)
  80. Does Wikipedia favour negative comments over positive ones? (3 replies)
  81. Wikipedia Links that are blocked in Australia (2 replies)
  82. Massive copyright problem (15 replies)
  83. Privatemusings, Witty Lama, and Casliber on Australian Radio (JJJ) (5 replies)
  84. Wikipedia Editing Statistics (11 replies)
  85. Admin watch (87 replies)
  86. Wikipedia scrubs Obama entry (50 replies)
  87. National Simpleton Party (9 replies)
  88. ECHR: Indefinite liability for internet archives (38 replies)
  89. Moved: The Twelve Days of ArbCom (-- replies)
  90. The WP World According to Grawp (20 replies)
  91. Vanity of Article Writers (52 replies)
  92. Professor Wikipedia! (1 replies)
  93. Wikipedia & Anarchy (43 replies)
  94. Pseudonymous writing and ethics (25 replies)
  95. BLP challenge (63 replies)
  96. Proposed: Wednesday Day-of-Rest From IP-vandalism Fixing (2 replies)
  97. WP:Not_a_bureaucracy.??? (9 replies)
  98. Wikipedia is NOT a workplace? (27 replies)
  99. Whatever happened to Wikitruth? (41 replies)
  100. Concurrent editing in Wikipedia? (7 replies)
  101. Again about sources... (0 replies)
  102. Wikipedia's defining of Vandalism and the Law's (16 replies)
  103. JimmyWales.org and JimmyWales.net (3 replies)
  104. Wikipedia:Wikipedia in academic studies (4 replies)
  105. The Wikipedia Workers' Union (42 replies)
  106. Online defamation: new Slashdot article discussing it (29 replies)
  107. Sue Gardner starts BLP thread on foundation-l (49 replies)
  108. Revision Hiding / log removal now enabled on all WMF wikis (33 replies)
  109. Jimbo (13 replies)
  110. No Index - Needs more liberal use (53 replies)
  111. Cyber Civil Rights (27 replies)
  112. Crying Game: "Fake" Online Identities and Backchannels (13 replies)
  113. All .com domains spam-filtered by Meta (0 replies)
  114. Simple English Wikipedia on xkcd (2 replies)
  115. Akahele hits the press (19 replies)
  116. Edit now, ask me how! (21 replies)
  117. STDcarriers.com's primary source? (9 replies)
  118. Schizm (20 replies)
  119. copyright violation (14 replies)
  120. Review of oversight-l (19 replies)
  121. Propaganda 101 (8 replies)
  122. The Role of Parody, Satire, and Irony in Criticism of WikiCulture (13 replies)
  123. Rootology's NOCACHE proposal (23 replies)
  124. Pacman gets more protection than a BLP? (17 replies)
  125. Simple English Wikipedia (115 replies)
  126. WikiAnswers vs Wikianswers (40 replies)
  127. Wikipedia Threatens to Delete List of Bilderberg Attendees (8 replies)
  128. Sisyphus (7 replies)
  129. Sleazy popularism beats stuffy erudition (12 replies)
  130. Need help defending against abuse of process n Deletion Review (5 replies)
  131. Legal Concerns (29 replies)
  132. boobs and bits (11 replies)
  133. Mature content filter? (38 replies)
  134. Israel's Cyberwar on Wikipedia, Digg, Facebook, and other online media (4 replies)
  135. WP:FICT try #3252452345343 (2 replies)
  136. Criminal Age (14 replies)
  137. Wikipedia : The Missing Manual (0 replies)
  138. WIRED: Jimmy Wales Pushes For Flagged Revisions After Fake Death Reports (5 replies)
  139. VisualWikipedia? (1 replies)
  140. Flagged revisions: scuppered? (63 replies)
  141. 4chan vs. Wikipedia (27 replies)
  142. Wikipedia Wars 2009 (208 replies)
  143. "I am Wikipedian," says Skinny87 (40 replies)
  144. Jimbo is watching (10 replies)
  145. Planet Wikimedia - this made me smile ;-) (3 replies)
  146. Proof that Wikipedia is a game (27 replies)
  147. Unlucky eight (2 replies)
  148. Only on Wikipedia (21 replies)
  149. Member of Wikipedia's Muslim Guild, now banned, in the papers over targeting Jews for terrorism... (7 replies)
  150. If you could re-write the rules (5 replies)
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