I totally agree with what Sandister said.
It doesn't help the community when Wikipedia related projects are run in
Ghana and at least this community is not involved. Especially when those
running the projects are aware of this community.
In that stead, I would also encourage Justice and co to google around a bit
for Wikipedia related events happening in Ghana to ensure this community is
also aware of everything.
If we want to go far, we must go together.
On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 8:32 AM, Sandister Tei <sandister...@gmail.com>
> Please community members holding events every now and then, please make an
> effort to tell the community what you are up to via the mailing list and
> also list it here
> so it can be included in reports.
> This is not compulsory, however if your partners in the events think they
> are dealing with an entire group which is the Wikimedia Ghana UG, then I
> think it's fair you tell the group you are representing us somewhere.
> Because yesterday, we were receiving tweets saying we were in Ashesi, when
> I have not seen any message in the mailing list saying we were on outreach
> in Ashesi.
> Felix and Berchie you have been very active in projects. I have read that
> you have more schools on your list and have listed as program leaders for
> the Wikipedia Education Program. So if your partners are going to consider
> this as a 'Wikimedia Ghana thing' please shoot the mailing list an email
> and inform the social media person so we can retweet or repost etc and
> finally list it here
> Sandister Tei
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