Hi Nemo. Thanks for the welcome! Answers below in blue.

On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 3:06 PM, Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemow...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Caitlin Cogdill, 08/11/2013 22:22:
>  After we work out the kinks in this campaign, we’ll investigate
>> the possibility of similar international campaigns in the future.
> Can you please define "international"?
> As for internationalisation in the software sense, the shop is hardcoded
> in English: https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=37797

At the moment, I can't give you a real definition of "international."
Because the store has changed hands, we are working on creating a more
cohesive strategy for accomplishing some of the shop's major goals, such as
institutionalizing the giveaways program to ensure community members are
being awarded on a consistent basis for their work. This is just one
example of the many small facets of the store that need greater planning
before we expand its scope internationally. Conducting an international
campaign would certainly be done in conjunction with creating multi-lingual
iterations of the store, which we will move toward in the coming year.

>  Finally, I'd like to quickly introduce myself as an alternate resource for
>> questions on anything shop-related. I am a new addition to the WMF team,
>> working to support the online fundraiser as well as being the primary
>> point
>> of contact regarding the online store. Shoot me an email if I can be of
>> any
>> assistance!
> Welcome! Please register on bugzilla, copy this information on
> https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=53946 and cc yourself to
> the bug above.

Thanks! I've registered an cc'd and will get more involved in the
conversation as our plan surrounding internationalizing the store develops.

> Nemo

Caitlin Cogdill
Fundraiser Program Associate
Wikimedia Foundation
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