I am very sad to read what is happening in Hong Kong.
I am not sure how we can help, but it's important that you continue to
If there is any way we can support your community, please let us know.
On Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 5:09 PM William Chan wrote:
This sounds awesome!
(sorry for the bad joke, I actually think this is a great project and wish
you all the best!!)
On Fri, Mar 13, 2020 at 5:42 PM Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight <
> Hi everyone!
> I'm very happy to announce that the
This is great. But it looks like it's only available on EN:WP?
On Sat, Jan 25, 2020 at 4:17 AM Todd Allen wrote:
> I've just tested it out for Chrome. The load time is slightly on the long
> side, but overall, this is an excellent tool that I think will be very
> helpful indeed. Really well
" having a shorter list of subjects could lead to criticism about the
content being [...] too reflective of one person's preferences"
=> well, as Amir said, the content is *already* reflective of just one
Also, as Cornelius said, the idea of "what makes you happy" implies a
Just yesterday a donor (who is also a colleague) was very happy to learn
that her donation was used to cover expenses for people she knew (in that
I believe the people behind the project is something we should put forward
On Thu, Nov 28, 2019 at 2:34 AM Damon Sicore wrote:
Personally, the reason I don't answer to WMYHTW? is that - to be honest - I
actually find it too long and visually unappealing (too many links, looks
very technical) so I read the first few lines, then I skip and go to the
next email. I really like the idea though, and when I have time,
Congratulations Haiti! Félicitations ;)
I wish you all the best and I hope we can get in touch soon!
On Mon, Oct 21, 2019 at 12:43 AM Kirill Lokshin
> Hi everyone!
> I'm very happy to announce that the Affiliations Committee has recognized
>  Wikimedia Community User Group Haiti
"German communities are established and have strong chapters. I suppose the
same applies to the French language communites."
=> Well, no. The situation is different because the WikiConvention
Francophone is half African. African french-speaking affiliates are not
strong, they are
> >> Hi Diane,
> >> If there will be a new discussion (and rightly so), what happens to the
> >> "harmonization sprint in Tunis on 20-22 September" mentioned by Nicole
> >> her messages?
> >> I don't believe ther
Working groups are currently working off-wiki on a new version that will
soon be submitted to discussion again. Current versions are indeed not
being updated (I think they are not meant to be).
If you want to reach out directly to the diversity working group, I suggest
I agree with Pine.
There is a majority of people who actually oppose the rebranding
I don't quite understand why this is still going forward (except that it is
difficult to acknowledge a mistake and take steps backwards - but it is
Have other options even
Congratulations to the members of Wikimedians of the Caribbeans!
I am very curious about your work and I am sure fascinating projects will
emerge from it.
On Wed, Jul 31, 2019 at 5:58 PM Rajeeb Dutta wrote:
> Great news and many many congratulati
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