Darn, that link is last year's. It should be:

https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/2017 Community_Wishlist_Survey

On Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 11:42 AM, Danny Horn <dh...@wikimedia.org> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> The third annual Community Wishlist Survey starts today, and you're
> invited to post proposals for projects that you'd like WMF's Community
> Tech team to work on:
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/2016_Community_Wishlist_Survey
> The Community Tech team builds features and makes changes that active
> Wikimedia contributors want, and the Wishlist Survey sets the team's
> agenda for the year.
> The Wishlist Survey starts with a two-week proposal period, when
> contributors from all Wikimedia projects are invited to post, discuss and
> improve propsals. After that, there's a two-week voting period, when
> everyone can post support-votes on the proposals that they think are
> worthwhile. We end up with a ranked list of wishes, measured by the
> participants' enthusiasm for each idea.
> Community Tech is responsible for addressing the top 10 wishes on the
> list, as well as some wishes from smaller groups and projects that are
> doing important work, but don't have the numbers to get their proposal into
> the top 10. The Wishlist is also used by volunteer developers and other
> teams, who want to find projects to work on that the community really
> wants.
> So I hope that everybody comes and participates; it's an opportunity to
> set the agenda for a Wikimedia Foundation product team.
> We would also ask that you help us spread the word. Please do post on your
> wikis and tell others this is happening, and that if they don't feel
> comfortable writing in English, proposals are welcome in any language.
> I hope to see everyone there!
> Danny Horn
> WMF Community Tech
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