Thank you for this reminder.

As I see, the IEG system has attracted many innovative ideas on how to
integrate the efforts and wisdom of a multitude of communities and evolve
sustainable long term models that can be scaled up globally. To that
extend, each IEG proposal is worth detailed study not just for a one time
review but as a set of community-derived innovative ideas that can be
probed and analyzed to determine how to move forward in our quest to
collect and show case the entire totality of human knowledge ever generated.

I urge every Wikimedians to go through these proposals and even corroborate
on a secondary level idea generation so that eventually we can start
designing the framework for a Wikimedia version 2.0


On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 9:31 AM, Patrick Earley <>

> For our second round of Individual Engagement Grant applications in 2014,
> we have a great crop of ideas. Wikimedians have dropped by to offer
> feedback, support, or expertise to some of the proposals, but many
> proposals have not been reviewed by community members.
> If there is an open proposal that interests you, that you have concerns
> about, or that involves an area where you have experience or expertise,
> please drop by the proposal page to share your views.  This will help the
> proposers better hone their strategies, and will assist the IEG Committee
> in evaluating some of these fresh new ideas to improve Wikimedia projects.
> Working with an IEG proposal may even inspire you to serve as a project
> advisor, or to propose one of your own for the next cycle!  Comments are
> requested until October 20th.
> IEG Grant Proposals
> <>
> Regards,
> --
> Patrick Earley
> Community Advocate
> Wikimedia Foundation
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