Thanks for the update and really we all waiting to have normalcy soon and in
the meantime let’s plan for WC2021.
(Sent from my iPhone pardon the brevity)
> On 02-Jun-2020, at 5:45 AM, Bobby Shabangu wrote:
> Dear Wikimedians,
> We trust you are keeping safe during this global state of flux.
> This email is to affirm that WikiIndaba Steering Committee (WISCom)
> continues to be committed to support the Wikimedia User Group in Uganda in
> its bid to organise and host WikiIndaba Conference 2021. We were working
> closely with the local organising committee and Wikimedia Foundation to
> organise the event before the suspension of all in-person Wikimedia events,
> and we continue to do so in order to ensure we have a memorable and
> impactful conference when everything returns back to normalcy.
> Seeing that we now have more time to plan for the programme, scholarships
> and other logistics, we ask that you take advantage of the available time
> to think deeply about the value that your participation can add to the
> conference. We hope that from now till the time of the call for
> participation you will think about important questions that will help us
> structure the programme to suit your needs, opportunities that the
> conference can bring to your community and concerns that need broader
> consensus and support from the larger community.
> We will announce further developments as they unfold and we look forward to
> working with you all in the future to make Wiki Indaba a good place for
> Africans and the diaspora to connect on topics of interest and action.
> Best regards,
> WikiIndaba Steering Committee (WISCom)
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