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Possible administrative issue

I think you should probably look at User:Monadic's actions considering he has been permanently banning a lot of IP addresses for unstated or extremely minor reasons without discussion or a method of appeal. While not explicitly against any rules, it could be harmful to the wiki in the long run and at least warrants a discussion. I posted my opinions on the matter on his talk page and also on an unlisted Pastebin. Due to the privacy concerns of my job, this account is anonymized through Tor and I won't be posting here again. - 77.109.138.42 20:52, November 5, 2013 (UTC)

Editorial guidelines being drafted

I'm leaving this message on all administrators' Talk pages. User:RickScott is leading the drafting of Meta:Editorial guidelines and it would be good if regular editors and admins could take a look and if need be add/edit/discuss so as to make them as useful as possible! Thanks. Thayvian (talk) 19:56, November 14, 2013 (UTC)

Dana McCallum rape arrest

Can you please make a page on Geek Feminism about noted women's rights activist and Twitter engineer Dana McCallum being arrested for rape and domestic violence charges? http://www.sfexaminer.com/sanfrancisco/transgender-womens-rights-advocate-and-prominent-twitter-engineer-charged-with-rape/Content?oid=2761316 and http://valleywag.gawker.com/respected-twitter-engineer-dana-mccallum-charged-with-r-1562193427

Why are the allegations against Schwern all over Geek Feminism but literally nothing about McCallum's rape arrest? McCallum is just as important/notable in the tech community AND the feminsit/women's rights community. --24.97.201.230 10:31, April 24, 2014 (UTC)

Hi, 24.97.201.230.  Oh seriously.  How about if you make the page? I wrote a blog post on this very thing for geekfeminism.org and got a bunch of folks to co-sign it. Right here: http://geekfeminism.org/2014/04/16/geekfeminism-org-statement-on-rape-allegations-and-trans-misogyny/ Come on. It's a wiki! You can edit it too!  Are you part of the community because if so, go right ahead and edit.  Let's be clear here. I have a full time job, kids, and help run a non-profit. How can you possibly have the nerve to come tell me, or any of us, I'm not doing enough activism in my spare time and it's not fast enough for you? Put your fingers where your mouth is and type up a wiki page already to pitch in and help!