Why the amount is missing for the WMF?


On May 15, 2017 12:21 PM, "Risker" <risker...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Wikimedians,
> The Funds Dissemination Committee (FDC) meets twice a year to make
> recommendations about how to effectively allocate movement funds to achieve
> the Wikimedia movement's mission, vision, and strategy.  This is now the
> 9th round of allocations made by the FDC, and we met in person from May
> 12-14, 2017 in Warsaw to deliberate on 4 proposals submitted this round, as
> well as to provide feedback on the Wikimedia Foundation draft Annual Plan.
> We would like to thank all of the participating organizations for the hard
> work they put into this round’s proposals.
> Our recommendations for Round 2 2016-2017 on the annual plan grants to the
> Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees have now been posted on Meta.[1] The
> Board will review our deliberations and make a decision by July 1, 2017.
> We received grant requests for approximately USD 1,430,000 this round.
> Before we met, committee members reviewed all of the proposals and
> documents submitted.  We were assisted in this review with input from the
> FDC staff assessments which included analysis on impact, finances, and
> programs, as well as community comments on the proposals.
> As you may know, there is a formal process to submit complaints or appeals
> about these recommendations. Here are the steps for both:
> Any organization that would like to submit an appeal on the FDC’s Round 1
> recommendation should submit it to the Board representatives to the FDC by
> 23:59 UTC on 8 June 2017 in accord with the appeal process outlined in the
> FDC Framework [2]. A formal appeal to challenge the FDC’s recommendation
> should be in the form of a 500-or-fewer word summary directed to the two
> non-voting WMF Board representatives to the FDC, Dariusz Jemielniak and
> Christophe Henner. The appeal should be submitted on-wiki, and must be
> submitted by the Board Chair of a funding-seeking applicant. The Wikimedia
> Foundation Board will publish its decision on this and all recommendations
> by July 1, 2017.
> Anyone can file a complaint about the FDC process [3] with the Ombudsperson
> at any time. The complaint should be submitted on wiki, as well. The
> Ombudsperson will publicly document the complaint, and investigate as
> needed.
> On behalf of the FDC,
> Anne Clin / Risker
> FDC Chair
> [1]
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:APG/FDC_recommendations/2016-2017_
> round_2
> [2] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:APG/Appeals_to_
> the_Board_on_the_
> recommendations_of_the_FDC
> [3] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:APG/Complaints_
> about_the_FDC_process
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