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Big List of THOUSANDS of Exes Who Have Spoken Out

Discussion in 'Projects' started by RightOn, Jun 26, 2009.

  1. TrevAnon Member

    Rose Marie Tropf

    - http://www.truthaboutscientology.com/stats/by-name/r/rose-marie-tropf.html
    - https://www.mikerindersblog.org/what-are-ideal-orgs-really-all-about/#comment-228928

    E.g. 21 posts at Mike's blog when I google:

    rose marie tropf site:mikerindersblog.org

    Idea to add (or replace) links for individual comments on RInder's blog with such a google?

    There are 140 entries with a link to his blog. I may be able to generate a list of names on the big list including the link to be added. Just give one example of the source code you need. Of course I could also do this for other sites we often use.

    In b4 RSI: do not want
  2. TrevAnon Member

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  3. Incredulicide Member

    Not a good idea privacy-wise. Scientologists under the radar could be clicking links from the big list in Private Browsing mode on a browser to hide their browsing history. Google stores such searches on the server side profiling them and related adverts/etc could out them on a shared computer to someone else visiting Google.
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  4. TrevAnon Member

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  5. Incredulicide Member

    • Adrian Venegas - left after 23 years - staff for 12 years 1991-2003, Director of Communications, Bogotá Colombia, HGB, Los Angeles - audio interview

    This brings the total count to 2890
  6. Incredulicide Member

    Extra link for Conrad Romo, already on - article
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  7. Incredulicide Member

    • Kat McElhinney - left after 19 years - unpaid EPF for 7 months, Sea Org for 1 month, Celebrity Centre, HCO, Los Angeles, Denver - video interview

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  8. TrevAnon Member

    WTF? :mad:

    Some idiot calling himself webmaster TOM deleted all content.

    I reverted the change.

    Incred, plox to check

    ETA also suiceides page, publications page
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  10. Incredulicide Member

    Let me know if I missed any.
    EDIT: missed one - IAS Donors (2006)
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  11. TrevAnon Member

    You are awesome!

    Is there some way to prevent this from happening again? It was quite targeted.

    Oh, and have I told you you are awesome?

    No?

    Then let me correct that. You are awesome!

    :)

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  12. TrevAnon Member

    Good grief.

    The big list is more than 9 years of work by now. I'd hate to lose it.


    *** still shaking ***
  13. Incredulicide Member

    Nope, the admins of that wiki are long gone.
    It also took him 10 to 20 times longer to do than it took me to fix, once I awoke. So it's a bigger timesink for him than me.

    EDIT: Also, a big thank you goes out to more wikianons joining in to help revert vandalism/spam edits in a timely manner! :)
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  14. TrevAnon Member

    I guess we could start another wiki, thus being able to prevent non-authorised users to vandalize the pages, but that would change the link to the big list (and probably have other disadvantages)? Is that how this works?
  15. Incredulicide Member

    I reported the vandal to https://vstf.wikia.com/wiki/Report:Vandalism (with a successful result within hours, so I'm happy to say there's no such thing as an undefended wikia community!) and encourage others to do so in case I'm absent (asleep) in future in preference to repeatedly posting in this thread about the similar users/patterns of vandalism.

    I also encourage others to keep backup and mirror wiki sites, as I once did until I figured out 4 minutes of undoing vandalism every so often is less effort than propagating changes to multiple wikis whenever the big list is updated. One thing is for sure: restricting access on non-selfhosted sites always eventually leads to outdated lists. Domains expire, wikis targetted by spam are given up on and shut down, admins move on/die/etc. Here's a stroll through remnants of those mirrors and the number of names they stopped at:

    1688 names http://wiki.whyweprotest.net/Former_Church_of_Scientology_members_who_have_spoken_out

    1902 names http://wiki.costruth.com/wiki/Former_Church_of_Scientology_members_who_have_spoken_out

    2388 names https://sites.google.com/site/biglistthatleftscientology/
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  16. TrevAnon Member

    The outside - Suburban Scientology
    Documentary about the COS by Joseph Kennedy

    Martin Padfield
    Bill Drummond
    Pete Griffiths
    Stephen Jones

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  17. Incredulicide Member

    Extra info and link for Monica Pignotti - OT III, Salt Lake City Utah - video interview

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  18. TrevAnon Member

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  19. Incredulicide Member

    • Marcus Parrish - left after 3 years - staff for 2 years (early 90s), tutor, recruiter, Ability Plus (Orange), Irvine California - audio interview

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  20. Here is the full interview.

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  21. TrevAnon Member

  22. Incredulicide Member

    Looks like there's a bug in the database from the way I needed to make the URL list his completion:
    https://www.truthaboutscientology.com/stats/by-name/c/c-cisco.html

    Isn't Karl the middle name, and the first name begins with the initial "A"? I'd grant it if the commenter name was given exactly the same as in that entry, but it isn't so I'm voting no.
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  24. Incredulicide Member

    Ah, I'd forgotten about the argument that went on about A.K. Myers..
    I missed it but someone definitely replied in that thread calling him "Karl". So I guess I should update that entry and also include the newest blog comment.
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