@Pelagic: As I just saw, that you were referring to an even older post, that was about this section on the same talk page, the talk page on Meta about the changes. That's the first place to look for such stuff, as that's the most legitimate place for such discussions. Where did you expect this?
@Pelagic: The last update I know of is this here from November 17: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Talk:Wikimedia_Foundation_Board_noticeboard/October_2020_-_Call_for_feedback_about_Bylaws_changes_and_Board_candidate_rubric#Update_after_the_Board_Governance_Committee_meeting_on_Nov_17 Greetings
Hi Leinonen, In Germany we have several kind of co-editing spaces, listed here: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Community-Space In addition there are as well several "Stammtische" (well, at least usually, currently of course not):
I fully subscribe to that notion. The board has to be equipped with members, who are primarily selected for their adherence with the core values of the Wikiverse, the five pillars. The WMF is not, and should never be, anything like a corporation, it's an educational charitable non-profit NGO.