Thank you for the kind words (and link), but I am just totally lost at this point, and Abhay went ahead and did it all on his own regardless.

Was there something wrong with the previous approach of just figuring out what the movement role is as we go, letting it evolve as the world itself does?


On 20/04/17 05:57, James Salsman wrote:
Isarra, why don't you do it? You are by far the most prominent Colorado Wikimedian, and have been for years. I think you are supposed to ask other Colorado WIkimedians these questions, in person if possible, or on this list:

And then add a summary of whatever the answers are at one of the designated places.

I'm headed from Fort Lupton to Beijing next week and will be there until Wikimania in August, and might not be back in Colorado until December, but you can get a pretty good idea of what I hope to achieve in the next 15 years (which is, coincidentally, what the strategy discussion topic is) from meta:User:James_Salsman and the corresponding talk page, where I was recently unblocked to make a free open source alternative to Rosetta Stone and the like (did you know Rosetta Stone's speech team is in Boulder?) I got blocked earlier in the decade for surveying the inactive enwiki admins (after being blocked on enwiki in 2007 for suggesting to a Department of Defense employee who purported to be a medical doctor that it would have been wiser to recommend against breathing uranium fumes, which was taken as a legal threat. So I began a ten year sockpuppetry breaching experiment in accordance with WP:IAR, but I have ceased and denounced that behavior.)

Best regards,
Jim Salsman

On Wed, Apr 19, 2017 at 8:42 PM Isarra Yos < <>> wrote:

    Technically I think this might be you, from our history thus far.
    Which makes you a bit like most of the wikimedia dc board - most
    of them aren't actually in DC anymore, either.

    Or something. Do they ever define anywhere exactly what a
    discussion coordinator actually is/does?


    On 19/04/17 01:59, Gaurav Vaidya wrote:
    Any volunteers?


    Typed on a tiny keyboard.

    Begin forwarded message:

    *From:* Nicole Ebber <
    *Date:* April 18, 2017 at 9:57:30 PM EDT
    *To:* Nicole Ebber <
    *Subject:* *Your User Group's movement strategy conversations*


    I hope this email finds you well. As we are ending cycle 1 of the
    movement strategy process conversation today, I am currently looking
    into the list of organized groups on Meta and reaching out to groups
    we haven’t heard back from.[1]

    I have noticed that your User Group has not designated a discussion
    coordinator yet, and wanted to see if there is any information that
    you are missing right now, or any support you need. Of course, I
    also like to hear from you if you decide not to participate
    right now.
    Every feedback will help us to improve and iterate on the ongoing

    Looking forward to hearing from you,


-- Nicole Ebber
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    Movement Strategy Track Lead: Organized Groups

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