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Jimmy Wales, the man who wrote whole Wikipedia pages by himself over night, started and answers site.
To check if ss is true or fake;
It says; “Congratulations, you’ve earned 10 points! Register now or you’ll lose them.”
Give Up Internet‘s Note
1-) Jimmy Wales, it reminds me “Congragulations, you won, click here to claim” banners. Please remove that trap or give up internet.
2-) “Jimmy Wales , The Founder of Wikipedia has a message For You” Ok Jimmy, We already memorized your face. You’re a famous internet person with high authority. Your childhood friends also know that you’re him, the founder of Wikipedia.
3-) Jimmy, Wikipedia live with donations. But wikia eats google ads. Wikipedia, wiki, wikia, uhh, that’s really clever. But i did not like your ad placement.
Ok, guys, post finished. now stay away.
GUI Teaching Internet | Lesson: 9432432 – What does O RLY means?
It’s a famous internet phenomenon that you should have known before. But don’t worry. Don’t suicide. I’ll tell you. O RLY means “oh, really?
Jimmy also wrote a page about this, Jimmy knows everything; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O_RLY%3F
ValleyWag, generally fails at rumors. Here, they fail again. Thanks God that we have cnet. ” Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is “absolutely” not out of a job at the Wikimedia Foundation, according to the foundation’s director of communications.
On Saturday, Valleywag editor Owen Thomas reported that Wales was “,” writing, “Imagine an online encylopedia anyone can edit — and no one can run. Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia’s…cofounder, is no longer a board member of the site’s nonprofit foundation. Who’s in charge here?”
The Valleywag report didn’t cite any sources saying that Wales was no longer on the foundation’s board, though it did point out that Wales’ seat on the board–along with those of two others–had expired on December 31, 2008.
But in an e-mail to CNET News, Sue Gardner, the director of the foundation, wrote, “(t)here’s nothing to it. Jimmy is a much-valued board member of the Wikimedia Foundation, and I expect he will hold that role permanently: I know of no reason for anyone to speculate otherwise.” rest
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To Give Up Wikipedia Means to Give Up Internet? — “Imagine an online encylopedia anyone can edit — and no one can run. With the calendar running out on 2008,, Wikipedia’s sleaze-drenched cofounder, nearlylost his seat on the board. Who’s in charge here?
Wales’s term was set to expire on December 31, along with two other trustees. The board of the valleywag, Wikipedia’s parent organization, is supposed to have 10 board members, half appointed and half elected. It currently has two elected members — Kat Walsh, a Virginia law student, and Ting Chen, a gay Chinese programmer working for IBM in Germany — and two temporary appointees. According to the foundation’s bylaws, it requires a quorum — at least five trustees — to take any action other than appointing new members. On December 28, with days left to go, the board announced the reappointment of the three expiring board members on an obscure mailing list — a move that the board’s chair, Michael Snow, only saw fit to make public on the foundation website’s nearly a week later (after the publication of an earlier version of this post). Five of the ten board seats remain empty or filled by seatwarmers. ”