Bonjour Wikimedia Community User Group Guinea Conakry!
Zack here from the Wikimedia Foundation.
I’m emailing you because we are in the final weeks of Wikimedia community
feedback on a brand proposal  and I wanted to make sure we had thoughts
from you and your affiliate.
If you are just hearing about this discussion, allow me to offer a quick
The Wikimedia Movement’s shared goals outline an ambitious outreach
target for 2030: “anyone who shares our vision will be able to join us” 
In 2018, the Foundation’s Communications team began a strategic review
of the Wikimedia brand system to assess how well it works and what could be
improved to reach the 2030 goals, specifically to simplify the invitation
for new people to join us 
The resulting research showed that Wikimedia is a confusing name that
very few internet users understand, while Wikipedia has massive (80%+)
awareness in Europe + North America and is fast growing in emerging
internet regions 
The research also produced a strategic proposal: adopt Wikipedia as our
Movement’s central brand, expanding its definition and linking the project
ecosystem around this most visible/popular project
It’s a big topic, but this is not the final point of discussion. Instead,
we are collecting community feedback to deliver a report to the Board of
Trustees at the end of May. The report will summarize risks, concerns,
needs, and opportunities in changing our branding.
Your feedback is valuable to us and we hope you will decide to participate
in the process. You can
Share thoughts on the project’s Community review talk page 
Or send thoughts via email: brandproject(a)wikimedia.org
Please feel free to reach out if you have any additional questions or would
like to coordinate a session.
Zack McCune (he/him)
Senior Global Brand Manager
Wikimedia Foundation <https://wikimediafoundation.org/>