Hi Nicole,

After reading this email, and taking into consideration a discussion that
happened during the January online meeting of United States Wikimedians, I
feel that the timeline here is aggressive and likely to result in problems.
In particular, giving the core team one week to review feedback and giving
the community one week to review the core team's summary seem risky at
best, even if everyone is communicating in English. When taking into
account the need for translations,my guess is that one week is an
impossibly short timeframe for quality work in these phases of the strategy

I suggesting adding at least one more week to the timeframe for the core
team to review feedback including translations of comments, and at least
three more weeks for conversations with the community regarding the core
team's summary.

I am concerned that this process may be heading toward a rushed and chaotic

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