As you may already know, the Foundation has been developing a small team
focused on supporting and understanding content campaigns and contests (see
our page on Meta ). Campaigns and contests are an important part of the
movement’s organizing activities: inviting newcomers, creating content and
bringing energy to communities worldwide.
We are piloting monthly office hours to discuss how content campaigns have
been organized in the movement. The first office hour will be on September
23 2020 at 3:00 PM UTC <https://wikimedia.zoom.us/j/99382142655>.
The Campaigns Office hour is an opportunity to learn about how others have
organized content campaigns, new or emerging tools and tactics, and ask
questions about how campaigns have been implemented by other organizers.
The Office hour will be semi-structured, with community and WMF highlights
during the first half hour, and a Q&A period to learn more from the
speakers or from other organizers interested in content campaigns. This
month we will be highlighting:
What is the WMF Campaigns team? From the WMF Campaigns team
A Taxonomy of Knowledge Gaps  From WMF Research
What was learned from the WPWP Campaign? From the WPWP organizing team
Don’t miss our first edition of the campaign office hour: we want to learn
about your questions, experiences and new ideas for content campaigns in
your Wikimedia communities.
Looking forward to learning, discussing and sharing with you!
Felix and Alex
 - https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Campaigns/Foundation_Campaigns_Team
 - https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Knowledge_Gaps_Index/Taxonomy
Community and Partnerships Coordinator, Campaigns
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