Great to see many old and new faces - I guess many Wikimedians might not
know active contributors from other language communities. Congratulations
to all the friends who made it to the list. :) Thanks Yohann and other
friends at WMIN for the research and letting us know about these
Wikimedians who are leading the Wikimedia movement in India and helping
bridge the gender gap.


On Thu, Mar 7, 2019 at 11:23 PM Yohann Thomas <> wrote:

> Greetings From Wikimedia India !
> Wikimedia India takes the opportunity in wishing all the Women
> Wikimedians, A Very Happy Women's Day. Let's join hands and salute all
> Women's who are building our open knowledge ecosystems.
> Wikimedia India wishes to celebrate the occasion in its own little way
> through its program, Featured Wikimedian Of The Month.
> Every Month, Wikimedia India celebrates editing by recognising and writing
> story for an editor working on Indian language projects. The process is
> same like featured article or featured picture.
> Today, Friday, 8th March, we wish to do something different. Wikimedia
> India is happy to recognise 16  different  Women Wikimedians  working on
> different language projects.
> Since it's 2019, so we have covered stories for 19 Women Wikimedians
> Please find the stories on these Super-Women from India <
> Also, we have come up with a blog-post on how previously Featured Women
> Wikimedians are doing today. Please give it a read <
> We wish to thank User:Netha Hussain and User: Manavpreet Kaur for being
> the special guest facilitators for this exercise.
> At last, Wishing All Women Wikimedians, A VERY HAPPY WOMEN'S DAY.
> Regards,
> Yohann Thomas
> Wikimedia India <>
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