[WikiEN-l] Former Wikimedia employee was a felon.
Christiano Moreschi moreschiwikiman at hotmail.co.uk
Sun Dec 16 14:16:57 UTC 2007
You, Sarah or Linda or whatever the hell your name is, can keep well out of this. Just because I fucked over your little backdoors clique in the full light of day does not give you the right to follow me around chucking dung from the sidelines.
Odi profanum vulgus et arceo.
> Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2007 21:30:03 -0600
> From: slimvirgin at gmail.com
> To: wikien-l at lists.wikimedia.org
> Subject: Re: [WikiEN-l] Former Wikimedia employee was a felon.
> joshua.zelinsky wrote:
> Quoting SlimVirgin <slimvirgin at gmail.com>:
> > Moreschi, it's a good question. You were keen enough to broadcast on
> > this list details of a private mailing list, together with your
> > opinion on who is and isn't a liar, seeing it as your moral
> > responsibility to involve yourself. So when you discovered something
> > very serious about a Foundation employee who had briefly occupied a
> > fairly senior position, why wouldn't you drop a quiet note to Jimbo,
> > just to make sure he knew what you had found out? Even if you thought
> > he maybe knew about some or all of it, why wouldn't you want to make
> > sure?
> I'm also perplexed not only by the failure to tell Jimbo but by the failure to
> tell anyone else. Maybe I'm just a stuck-up self-righteous snot but I would
> have first gone to Jimbo and if he had known would have demanded disclosure by
> the Foundation. Even if you thought that Jimbo already knew about it why not
> let others know as well?
> Thomas Dalton wrote:
> That's a better question...
> That's why I compared Moreschi's silence over this with his
> broadcasting of the private mailing lists and who he assumed was
> "lying." Yet with this thing, he feels no responsibility to tell Jimbo
> -- and it makes no sense to argument that he thought Jimbo knew
> *exactly* the same things that Moreschi says he discovered, because
> what possible reason would he have for assuming that? -- and, Jimbo
> aside, also feels no responsibility to alert the community. I hope
> he'll explain why he had such a different attitude to the two issues.
gerard, he of the "fuck off, <insert your name here>" hall of fame, bans Morechi for using the word.
on 12/16/07 9:22 AM, David Gerard at dgerard at gmail.com wrote:
> You'll be pleased to know I've just kicked Christiano from the list.
> Play nice or go home, kids.
Oh, the ironical irony.