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RT @Stephen_Curry@twitter.com

So much for @BorisJohnson@twitter.com’s hollow boast No. 455 (“Making Britain the best place to do research”). Day by day, Brexit diminishes the UK. twitter.com/thurstonlab/status

🐦🔗: twitter.com/Stephen_Curry/stat

Through , the @WikiCommons@twitter.com @wikidata@twitter.com infobox is getting a Lua rewrite this summer thanks to Lennard Hofmann - see his first report on-wiki! commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Use

I and @pigsonthewing@twitter.com have two @outreachy@twitter.com students working on @Wikicite@twitter.com & @wikidata@twitter.com on 'What's in a Name?' phabricator.wikimedia.org/T300 - read their intros at feliciss987943169.wordpress.co and colonelsheep.github.io/outreac !

I and @pigsonthewing@twitter.com have two @outreachy@twitter.com students working on @Wikicite@twitter.com & @wikidata@twitter.com on 'What's in a Name?' phabricator.wikimedia.org/T300 - read their intros at feliciss987943169.wordpress.co and colonelsheep.github.io/outreac !

Wikimedians: urgent question, do you know where the plot of human vs. bot edits over time is?

(Not a complaint, I’m just enjoying the irony that apparently the in-person attendees completely missed)

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‘What can we go to reduce carbon emissions?’ Asked at the in-person part of a hybrid meeting I was at this week (comments posted by online attendees weren’t included in the subsequent discussion).

It seems they've gone a back stepwards and no longer have sunshades on them, which could be quite worrying for optical people?

RT @davecl42@twitter.com

‘Unsustainable’: how satellite swarms pose a rising threat to astronomy nature.com/articles/d41586-022

🐦🔗: twitter.com/davecl42/status/15

RT @ScrtDrugAddict@twitter.com

People died alone and Tories are just shrugging and telling people to move on

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ScrtDrugAddict/sta

I've started putting the Sue Gray report on @Wikisource_en@twitter.com - anyone want to help proofread it? en.wikisource.org/wiki/Index:S

RT @cosmicpudding@twitter.com

A recent insightful comment by @MerlinCrossley@twitter.com highlights the magic of in-person , making many valid points about the value of in-person interaction (campusmorningmail.com.au/news/) --> Based on @futuremeetings@twitter.com work, here is a (not super) brief Twitter thread response 🧵

🐦🔗: twitter.com/cosmicpudding/stat

RT @cosmicpudding@twitter.com

A recent insightful comment by @MerlinCrossley@twitter.com highlights the magic of in-person , making many valid points about the value of in-person interaction (campusmorningmail.com.au/news/) --> Based on @futuremeetings@twitter.com work, here is a (not super) brief Twitter thread response 🧵

🐦🔗: twitter.com/cosmicpudding/stat

RT @trishgreenhalgh@twitter.com

How many of these layered protections have we abandoned? Is it any wonder the economy its suffering because workers are chronically sick?

🐦🔗: twitter.com/trishgreenhalgh/st

RT @trishgreenhalgh@twitter.com

How many of these layered protections have we abandoned? Is it any wonder the economy its suffering because workers are chronically sick?

🐦🔗: twitter.com/trishgreenhalgh/st

RT @1CeliaGreen@twitter.com

If anyone presented the mass infection of kids with Covid in schools as an experimental design to a University research ethics committee it would be knocked back with horror.
Yet we’re happily conducting this experiment in the real world on a generation of kids. It’s just wild.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/1CeliaGreen/status

RT @amandalhu@twitter.com

Hey, who is noticing that “post-pandemic normal” is a lot of “I’ve been knocked out by this cold for weeks” and “Sorry, we’ve had to cancel this event!” and “My kids are sick for the second time in two months!” and “Due to staffing shortages…” and “The ER wait was 10 hours!”

🐦🔗: twitter.com/amandalhu/status/1

RT @futuremeetings@twitter.com

Inequitable access to freedom of travel frequently affects the ability to hold an inclusive meeting. We're looking forward to collaborating with @astronomy2024@twitter.com to try and design better approaches! Find out more about their vision here: astronomy2024.org/vision-2024/ 🌍🌏🌎 twitter.com/IAU_org/status/152

🐦🔗: twitter.com/futuremeetings/sta

"England" is also difficult, since I don't only identify with that geography, but perhaps it helps that it's named after a Germanic tribe? 'Earth' is the simplest term - except that means 'Ground' and is the least imaginative term we could have used to name our planet? (2/2)

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