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  1. LOOKS LIKE WIKIPEDIA REVIEW IS DEAD. (0 replies)
  2. Katherine Maher, new Executive Director (1 replies)
  3. Replication lag on toolserver enwiki mirror (5 replies)
  4. PediaPress, VDM Publishing (17 replies)
  5. and now there are four... (1 replies)
  6. (0 replies)
  7. Wikipedian in residence (15 replies)
  8. Whose Money Is It Anyway? (33 replies)
  9. Sabotage WMF from within as a summer intern! (2 replies)
  10. Pondering Wikimedia UK (8 replies)
  11. Angela Beesley Starling quits Wikia (4 replies)
  12. Let me tell you about Charity Navigator (0 replies)
  13. GuideStar puts WMF "physical address" in Wash DC (5 replies)
  14. Wikimedia Foundation's new CharityNavigator rating (5 replies)
  15. Orange and Wikipedia (14 replies)
  16. Wikipedia and Wikimedia (46 replies)
  17. Complaint to advertising standards authority (6 replies)
  18. Books by Wikimedia Foundation (24 replies)
  19. Is an appeal for money ever going to go away? (4 replies)
  20. Wikipedia graduates to more annoying click-throughs (2 replies)
  21. WMF Annual Report (2010-11) (19 replies)
  22. Using Wikipedia logo and pages in film (0 replies)
  23. Why Wikipedia Needs Marketers (26 replies)
  24. HappyThoughts.in (1 replies)
  25. Make that $7000 troll go away! (9 replies)
  26. 2011 appeals for money (44 replies)
  27. Personal appeal message unabridged (1 replies)
  28. Jimbo's financial irregularities? (21 replies)
  29. Wouldn't this be a splendid new Wikia project? (1 replies)
  30. Personal appeals from prolific Wikipedians (23 replies)
  31. Yardi Systems (7 replies)
  32. WMF Form 990 (through June 2010) (18 replies)
  33. Bomis (37 replies)
  34. Encyclopedia Sales, Man. (11 replies)
  35. Chicago Options Associates (21 replies)
  36. Advertising on Wikipedia (2 replies)
  37. Paid editing (171 replies)
  38. WMF tamps down global chapter bucks (4 replies)
  39. Moved: What's in Jimbo's wallet? (-- replies)
  40. Organizational impropriety (3 replies)
  41. Michael Essany takes a stab at it (10 replies)
  42. Fundraising Survey (2009) (69 replies)
  43. Insult Wikia as a money earner (4 replies)
  44. Reinventing Your Business, Wikipedia-Style (5 replies)
  45. Are corporations people? (30 replies)
  46. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. Mid Year Financials (2 replies)
  47. If you owned Wikipedia (24 replies)
  48. Who owns Wikipedia? (55 replies)
  49. Sue Gardner's world tour (43 replies)
  50. Paid editing (54 replies)
  51. Why Gerard doesn't support advertising (5 replies)
  52. Anonymous $2 million donation (4 replies)
  53. The 100% model for charity (14 replies)
  54. A Personal appeal from Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales (71 replies)
  55. Update on paid article creation by MyWikiBiz (22 replies)
  56. Sue's five-year plan (23 replies)
  57. Please don't donate to Wikipedia (5 replies)
  58. Philippe Beaudette hires a helper (68 replies)
  59. KPMG dishes the dirt on the WMF (8 replies)
  60. Wikia leasing office space to WMF (36 replies)
  61. Private Inurement Prohibition (10 replies)
  62. Get out your money bags (22 replies)
  63. Wikimedia Foundation down to 1 star out of 4 (15 replies)
  64. Fundraising slogans (2 replies)
  65. WMF banks $11 million (46 replies)
  66. WMF HR policies (9 replies)
  67. Corporate Psychopathology and Wikipedia (13 replies)
  68. Investigating the WMF accounting (11 replies)
  69. Cost of advertising on Google (18 replies)
  70. Work for Jimbo! (14 replies)
  71. Sue Gardner's shift to "small donations" (6 replies)
  72. Does Jimbo profit off Wikipedia funding? (25 replies)
  73. Jimbo $$$ (7 replies)
  74. WMF headquarters lease (1 replies)
  75. Abu Dhabi municipal services (0 replies)
  76. Job and Leg Openings on the Soviet-style Wikipedia Sex Cult (1 replies)
  77. WMF Form 990 (through June 2009) (15 replies)
  78. Defaming a corporation on WP (15 replies)
  79. Wales donates everything to Wikimedia (0 replies)
  80. Pre-market research (21 replies)
  81. MyWikiBiz: Making money yet? (9 replies)
  82. Wikipedia as a PR/marketing playland (4 replies)
  83. What non-profits are aligned against the WMF? (56 replies)
  84. How to knock $1,000,000 holes in the Wikipedia's budget & bring on the heat (8 replies)
  85. "Wikipedia Forever" - fundraising campaign, or non-stop laff riot? (109 replies)
  86. Wikimedia Foundation (1 replies)
  87. Wikipedia domain worth $400 million (23 replies)
  88. Secret Santa for Wikimedians (4 replies)
  89. Fundraising Guy on Y!A (7 replies)
  90. The 2009 audit is in (17 replies)
  91. Vacant board "Expertise seat" (19 replies)
  92. Sorry, folks, Philippe will do all the strategizing (1 replies)
  93. Charity Navigator gives WMF (13 replies)
  94. Wikimedia Foundation plays "pretend" with hiring (4 replies)
  95. WMF foundation sublet? (18 replies)
  96. Is the WMF looking for a sub-lease tenant? (18 replies)
  97. WMF subletting space? (1 replies)
  98. EBay founder's group commits $2M to Wikipedia (7 replies)
  99. Why does no one compete against Wikimedia? (41 replies)
  100. I am a donor to the Wikimedia Foundation (12 replies)
  101. Wikimedia Foundation 2009-10 Annual Plan (6 replies)
  102. Jimbo's Amazon Associates account (0 replies)
  103. "The Solution" ... make 'em pay to edit. (22 replies)
  104. Wikimedia Foundation/Orange partnership (1 replies)
  105. Fundraiser - tough going? (54 replies)
  106. Donations with Conditions (1 replies)
  107. Who Funds the Wikipedia (2 replies)
  108. company name accounts (10 replies)
  109. It's that time again (3 replies)
  110. Wikimedia Foundation's Annual Report (14 replies)
  111. Wikia meltdown: layoffs (48 replies)
  112. What do you think of openserving.com? (14 replies)
  113. Wikia's paid "Community Team" (4 replies)
  114. Work for WMF (9 replies)
  115. Sloan Foundation to Give Wikipedia $3M - Brisbane Times (7 replies)
  116. Jimbo in Moscow (4 replies)
  117. Six-word autobiography of Jimbo (7 replies)
  118. Jimbo Wales accused of using Wikipedia to pay for hookers? (2 replies)
  119. SLASHDOT: Jimmy Wales Faces Allegations of Corruption (0 replies)
  120. More on Jimbo's behavior from Danny Wool (0 replies)
  121. Jimbo SMS of the Year (4 replies)
  122. It is time for Jimbo to resign (13 replies)
  123. The WMF Audit (67 replies)
  124. WMF Audit results (12 replies)
  125. Who donated $500K (23 replies)
  126. Wikipedia Fundraiser extended (20 replies)
  127. IRS issues new Form 990 (3 replies)
  128. What the "donors" are saying... (96 replies)
  129. BugMeNot donates a lot (5 replies)
  130. Grand Donors (45 replies)
  131. WP:Give US Money and we'll give you FREE Culture (19 replies)
  132. WP: We're hiring! (11 replies)
  133. The new WP fundraising Blog.... (16 replies)
  134. Wikia is "completely separate" (27 replies)
  135. Madame Wikiwiki gives her take on the funddrive (5 replies)
  136. Wikimedia Fundraising (58 replies)
  137. Is it just me? (10 replies)
  138. Getting paid to edit Wikipedia (16 replies)
  139. Five reasons you should not donate to Wikipedia (52 replies)
  140. Jimmy's fundraising video (2 replies)
  141. Wikipedia net income up sharply for the quarter! (10 replies)
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