Dear all,

We’re really happy to announce the second edition of the Coolest Tool Award

Tools play an essential role at Wikimedia, and so do the many volunteer
developers who experiment with new ideas, develop & maintain local & global
solutions and enhance the experience for Wikimedia communities.

There are incredible many great tools out there. It’s time to celebrate
this & to make the great work volunteer developers do more visible to
everyone :-)

The Coolest Tool Award ceremony will take place virtually this year, given
the current circumstances around events and travel. We will provide more
details soon about the specific logistics and dates.

The award is organized & selected by the *Coolest Tool Academy 2020*
We plan to recognize the greatest tools in a variety of categories, for
examples you can look at last year’s categories

As no one can possibly know all the cool tools out there, we’re looking for
some help & inspiration: Please point us to the tools that you think are
great - out of any reason you can think of!

Please use this form:
to recommend tools *by October 14, 2020*. You can nominate as many tools as
you want by filling out the form multiple times.

This survey will be conducted via a third-party service, which may subject
it to additional terms. For more information on privacy and data-handling,
see the survey privacy statement:

Thank you very much for your ideas & recommendation(s)!

We will continue to spread the word over the next 1-2 days, but if you get
the chance, please feel welcome to share this information with others too!

Thanks :-)
Joaquin, for the Coolest Tool Academy 2020

Joaquin Oltra Hernandez
Developer Advocate - Wikimedia Foundation
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