Thank you Asaf. This seems to be a mixture of ppl mgmt and org skills,
shifted heavily towards the latter. The last time I was at wmcon was 2014
 when this was bearly a topic at all, only touched it here and there a
bit, when it was inevitable.
Good to see the progress on this.
Nominally, the WMF is going to be the next Wikimedia organisation to do a
governance review, as per:
There are a bunch of such cheatsheets around, I did one myself based on the
old Editing Wikipedia brochure, but what Arne has managed is to somehow put
the image (screenshot) in the spotlight in a way much better than anything
I've seen before.
Having a svg version will ease the translation
Traditionally, the centralized spot is at
I've added an item for that, to the Wikimedia Resource Center.
On Wed, Jul 11, 2018 at 2:31 AM Cornelius Kibelka <
> Sure, I / we are happy to add this (and other)
Just a reminder this is happening today!
Hope to see you there!
On Fri, Jul 6, 2018 at 10:30 AM Sarah R wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> The next Wikimedia Research Showcase will be live-streamed Wednesday,
> July 11, 2018 at 11:30 AM (PDT) 18:30 UTC.
> YouTube stream:
> On Sat, Jul 7, 2018 at 6:37 AM, Gerard Meijssen
>> We just won a major victory in our battle to keep the internet free [...] Our
>> established positions are
>> against corporate interests.
> When the Guardian reported on the recent European copyright campaign, as
On Sat, Jul 7, 2018 at 6:37 AM, Gerard Meijssen
> We just won a major victory in our battle to keep the internet free [...] Our
> established positions are
> against corporate interests.
When the Guardian reported on the recent European copyright campaign, as
supported by Wikimedia
Sure, I / we are happy to add this (and other) material somewhere. I
couldn't find the best spot in the Wikimedia Resource Center (somewhere
?), so I'm happy to get any pointers.
On Wed, 11
It would be great to get all these cheat sheets gathered up in a meta page on
Wikimedia Resources so we can do a concerted effort to get them translated into
as many languages as possible and so we don't keep on reinventing the wheel. I
think both Arne's cheat sheets and the Wikimedia
not meant to be competing with Arne ;) , but if you're looking for another
design: Wikimedia Deutschland has created similar "cheat sheets", just with
another, a bit funnier style:
@Strainu: once the English translations are available, you could translate
those into Romanian, and I could help you with formatting them. As long as
the texts are as long as the English ones (or shorter), that shouldn't be
too hard. Since there's one available in English already, you could start
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