*Apologies for writing this message in English, but I wanted to ensure that
the message was sent to this group:*
The 2020 Community Wishlist Survey is now accepting votes! This survey is
the process where communities decide what the Community Tech team should
work on over the next year. From now until 2 December, you can vote for
which proposals you want us to address. We'll accept the top 5 wishes into
our plans for next year.How to vote: Use the "Support" button at the top of
each proposal. You can vote for as many proposals as you like. You're also
allowed to canvas and encourage other editors to vote for a particular
proposal.If you have questions about the survey, you can check out the
survey page. Thank you, and we look forward to seeing your votes!Links:
• Survey Page:
• Voting Rules:
• Proposals (click on a proposal to cast your vote):
We have a few updates regarding the WikiConference India 2020 proposal for
Hyderabad. Initial conversations around the proposal of conducting Wiki
Conference India 2020 in Hyderabad were started in earlier this month in
several Indian wikimedia spaces (Wikimedia India-l mailing list, Meta-Wiki,
and, several Indian language Wikipedias village pumps).
Firstly, we are happy to share the news that there has been a very good
positive response from individual Wikimedians. Also there have
community-wide discussions on local Village Pumps on various languages.
Several of these discussions have reached consensus, and are supporting
We will be engaging with more communities this week, and clear any
concerns/doubts people may have during this week. Also to wrap up these
discussions and conclude, we would like to call for IRC.
Details of IRC:
* Timings and Date: 6:00 pm on 20 November 2019
* Website: https://webchat.freenode.net/
* Channel: #wci
Looking forward for all your active participation.
Thanks & Regards,