Thanks Natalia

For taking these steps.


On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 6:50 PM, Nataliia Tymkiv <>

> Dear all,
> I have prepared a status report on Board transparency and published it on
> Meta:
> Board_Governance_Committee/Board_transparency/Status_report_October_2016
> Please feel free to share your thoughts/comments/suggestions on the talk
> page. I do not pretend to be able to affect/influence the whole situation.
> Thus I started by publishing the summary of how the things are at this
> moment from my point of view, including current thoughts for possible
> changes and next steps.
> I have tried to keep to the structure of the page on the BGC task on Board
> transparency:
> Board_Governance_Committee/Board_transparency
> I intend to be as transparent as possible while talking about transparency.
> And I would expect the same from you. But please be respectful to others
> and assume good faith. We are not pointing at some “bad” people; we are
> trying to improve how the system works, so that fewer things depend on who
> is (or is not) a member of the Board of Trustees, who is the secretary of
> the Board, etc.
> I am really thankful that the Wikimedia movement has introduced me to lots
> and lots of fantastic people. I just want us to work better together.
> And here is the link again:
> Board_Governance_Committee/Board_transparency/Status_report_October_2016
> Best regards,
> antanana / Nataliia Tymkiv
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