- 1 Social Sciences
- 2 History of Ireland through Song
- 3 You are invited to register for the Wikiversity Assembly
- 4 Request for joining my project
- 5 School:Irish studies
- 6 Plant physiology
- 7 Your administrator status on the English Wikiversity
- 8 Wikijorunal
- 9 Middle Ages
History of Ireland through SongEdit
Hello! I came across the History of Ireland Through Song page while googling around for posts in Edward O'Connor's Irish History in Song series (http://edward.oconnor.cx/tags/irish-history-in-song), and I thought if you were still interested in developing that project, you might find those posts useful as well. I decided to write to you directly instead of on the talk page there as (1) You look to me like the most frequent and highest-ranking poster there :) and (2) I thought it might be possible that even though that page hasn't been updated in quite a while, you might have worked on the subject elsewhere. Cheers! (The preceding unsigned comment was added by ErinOConnor (talk • contribs) )
You are invited to register for the Wikiversity AssemblyEdit
- The Wikiversity:Assembly has been established as a technique for developing reports on topics of import for Wikiversity administration. The Assembly is not a decision-making body, per se. Rather, it is designed to create or discover or estimate consensus, through focused, facilitated, thorough deliberation. Assembly reports may be referenced in regular Wikiversity discussions, but will not directly control outcomes. Where full consensus is not found, minority reports may be issued.
- I invite you to register for the Wikiversity:Assembly by adding your user name to the Wikiversity:Delegable proxy/Table.
- Registering for the Assembly creates no specific obligation, but does consent to direct communication as the Assembly may determine is appropriate. You may opt out of such direct communication by adding "no messages" to the Table when you register, in the user comment field, but it is unlikely that the default (communication allowed) will create burdensome traffic for you.
You are invited to name a proxyEdit
- When you register for the Assembly, you may optionally designate a "proxy."
- I suggest that you nominate, as a proxy, the user whom you most trust to participate positively in a Wikiversity discussion if you are unable to participate yourself. The proxy will not be voting for you in any process. Rather, the proxy will be considered to loosely represent you, as a means of estimating probable large-scale consensus based on small-scale participation, in the event that you do not personally participate.
- If you name a proxy, you will be consenting to direct communication with you by that proxy. If a named proxy accepts the proxy, you become, as long as you maintain the nomination (you may change it at any time), the "client" of the proxy, and by accepting, a proxy has consented to direct communication from the client.
- See Wikiversity:Delegable proxy for details.
I'm inviting all relatively inactive custodians to register for the Assembly, and to name a proxy as described. This is because you who have been and remain custodians have yourselves been trusted by the community, and your proxy choice, if you name one, may carry some reasonable weight, due to your experience. You may, of course, participate directly, whether you do or do not name a proxy. Thanks for considering this. --Abd 01:41, 12 September 2011 (UTC)
Request for joining my projectEdit
Hi Jade Knight!
I listed the School:Irish studies in the Category:Schools and twice this has been reverted by an IP. It seems to me listing the resource in the schools category may increase contributions. What do you think? --Marshallsumter (talk) 23:37, 30 October 2012 (UTC)
Hello. I noticed you made an improvement to the page plant physiology, after it has been copied from Wikipedia with no effort. Do you think it should be deleted? I wanted to deleted it, but thought you should have a say since you made an improvement to it. Thanks. - Sidelight12 Talk 00:20, 9 September 2013 (UTC)
Your administrator status on the English WikiversityEdit
Hello. A policy regarding the removal of "advanced rights" (administrator, bureaucrat, etc.) was adopted by community consensus in 2013. According to this policy, the stewards are reviewing activity on wikis with no inactivity policy.
You meet the inactivity criteria (no edits and no log actions for 2 years) on the wiki listed above. Since that wiki does not have its own rights review process, the global one applies.
If you want to keep your rights, you should inform the community of the wiki about the fact that the stewards have sent you this information about your inactivity. If the community has a discussion about it and then wants you to keep your rights, please contact the stewards at m:Stewards' noticeboard, and link to the discussion of the local community, where they express their wish to continue to maintain the rights.
If you wish to resign your rights, you can reply here or request removal of your rights on Meta.
If there is no response at all after approximately one month, stewards will proceed to remove your administrator and/or bureaucrat rights. In ambiguous cases, stewards will evaluate the responses and will refer a decision back to the local community for their comment and review. If you have any questions, please contact the stewards. Rschen7754 06:11, 14 January 2015 (UTC)
- Re: Wikiversity:Colloquium/archives/March_2015#Should_we_have_our_own_inactive_administrator_policy.3F Are you interested in becoming active again? --mikeu talk 00:22, 2 January 2016 (UTC)
Hi Jade Knight!