After a 3 year break, we have decided to re-launch the Support Julian Assange Forum.
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* We are also looking for experienced forum mods to help run this Forum so please use the contact form to send us a message if you are interested
The WikiLeaks Forum is currently expanding the translations project. For this purpose we are looking for volunteer translation moderators for the following languages:
Farsi ( Persian )
If you wish to translate in a languge not included in the above list, please let us know. The forum looks forward to welcoming you to be a part of the translation team
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Yesterday marked the WikiLeaks Cablegate release Anniversary.
A solidarity vigil was held in support of WikiLeaks and Whistleblowers in front of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
London FoWL has reported images and info. on twitter about the event.
London this Thursday > #WikiLeaks Cablegate 3rd Anniversary Solidarity Vigil http://wiseupaction.info/2013/11/16/celebrate-cablegate-with-251-candles-to-light-up-the-night/ … #Assange
25 nov. 2013
#Assange supporters at the Ecuadorian Embassy London today #WikiLeaks pic.twitter.com/gdl16UM7qt
26 nov. 2013
Braving the cold, police and Harrods shoppers at the Ecuadorian Embassy London today #Assange #WikiLeaks pic.twitter.com/gvj6Er79fG
Welcome all new Facebook Followers. The WikiLeaks Forum will soon be celebrating 50.000 Posts. Just to Keep you all updated, here are the Facts and history of the Forum. Remain strong !
Das WikiLeaks Forum ist ein Diskussionsforum, welches am 3. März 2011 mit dem Ziel gegründet wurde, eine Plattform zu schaffen, auf der WikiLeaks-bezogene Themen diskutiert werden können. 15,000 Mitglieder sind aktuell in dem Forum registriert, das 48,000 Posts in 25 Sprachen über eine Vielzahl verschiedener Themen enthält. Read the rest of this entry »
This email continues to circulate as I received it tonight. I am in the US and as some concern has been raised to that end I am replying here. FWIW. I am posting the full header and attaching a screenshot of the email. Personally I remain unclear as to the intentions here so I’ll be reviewing this thread again. I will add additional information if/when I come across any. Hope this helps.
Stay safe. Stay vigilant!
The full header of email is as follows: Read the rest of this entry »
The Wikileaks Forum is a discussion forum which was launched on 2nd March 2011, aimed at creating a platform for people to discuss WikiLeaks related topics. 15,000 members are currently registered with the forum which houses 48,000 posts, documenting a variety of topics, in 25 languages.
The forum was created with the help and support of WikiLeaks volunteers, and with the full knowledge and support from WikiLeaks, including WikiLeaks chief editor Julian Assange.
Another version of the forum had been released three months earlier under the name of “Support Julian Assange Forum“ which was then managed by support-julian-assange.com. This forum was taken offline in February 2011 to make room for The WikiLeaks Forum which took approximately three weeks to create.
The general idea was to relieve the WikiLeaks Facebook Discussion Forum which generated an enormous workload for the administrators, and to create a separate forum to maintain the discussions. The WikiLeaks Facebook Discussion Forum was being maintained by three people at the time and it became evident that a larger staff team was required to enable the forum to function efficiently.
The cessation of the WikiLeaks Facebook Discussion Forum was announced by WikiLeaks at the end of March 2012 and taken off line on 1st Arpil 2012 by which time the new forum had established itself within the WikiLeaks community.
The original staff team consisted of seven administrators and approximately twenty-five moderators to help maintain the language based boards. Most of the information on the forum was focused on WikiLeaks issues publications, especially the leaks which at that point consisted of Cablegate, Collateral Murder, Afghan War Logs, Iraq War Logs and the Guantanamo Bay Files.
In order to expand the forums capabilities, approximately twenty-five language boards were added to the existing template to enable the information to be read and shared with non-English speakers. Read the rest of this entry »