I hope you are doing well.
My team and I are working on a project called Code for Africa Climate
We have created our meta-page and we need a French translation version of
The reason is we have a fellow from a French speaking country and she is
struggling with english.
We would appreciate it if the page could have a French version soon.
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TL;DR: The draft leadership definition prepared by the Leadership
Development Working Group is ready for community feedback! Please share
your feedback on Meta, the feedback form or the Movement Strategy
Forum. You can also directly mail us at
leadershipworkinggroup(a)wikimedia.org. The feedback will be collected till
October 6, 2022.
I hope you are aware that the Leadership Development Working Group has
been working over the past few months to formulate and find ways to nurture
the leadership of our movement. The Leadership Development Working Group
(LDWG) is a group of Wikimedia volunteers representing different
communities, languages, roles, and experiences. We are pleased to inform
the community that our draft definition of leadership is now available for
community feedback. This first draft definition of leadership was written
after months of discussion, learning, and sharing from our community
perspective. The Wikimedia Movement, which is by nature diverse and
distinctive in its own way, is expressly addressed by this definition.
Please consider going through the definition and letting us know what you
think by *October 6, 20**22.* The draft definition includes a general
definition of leadership and subcategories that elaborate on the actions,
qualities, and outcomes of good leadership.
There are many places where you can express your ideas, suggestions, and
comments, such as the meta talk page, the feedback form, and Movement
Strategy Forum Post. You can also directly mail us at
You can check if the general definition, and the subcategories align with
your idea of leadership in the movement. You can also try finding the gaps,
maybe some qualities of a leader or anything else are missing in the draft
definition or you can check if the definition applies to all cultural,
linguistic, community or other contexts of the movement and share your
thoughts with us.
Together, let's celebrate the movement's diverse and distinctive
 Link to the draft definition on meta
 Link to meta talk page
 Link to the feedback form <https://forms.gle/o7a4FYV8ZkisJF3KA>
 Link to the Movement Strategy Forum post
 Link to the meta page of LDWG
Program Support Associate
(This is a crosspost.)
I'm happy to announce that the beloved Community Tech team (the folks
behind the Community Wishlist, as you know) invite you to meet them on
2022-09-14 for a chat on Zoom.
All details are on Meta ; your support in translating the message and
getting the word out is welcome, as usual.
They have a mini-survey for you (also at ). Please consider taking a few
minutes to let them know what you would like to see covered in future
meetings. You can leave your thoughts on the talk page. 
For everything related to this announcement and the event, please contact
Karolin Siebert (ksiebert(a)wikimedia.org).
Thanks for your attention!
Erica Litrenta (she/her)
Senior Manager, Community Relations Specialists (Product)
Wikimedia Foundation <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Elitre_(WMF)>