With respect, I think you have a big selection effect in your report. I
guess you're getting most of your positive comments directly on your new
forum, and you're matching them against your initial viewpoint, rather
than being unbiased?
If you look at comments on-wiki, they seem to be quite negative, e.g.,
have a look through discussions at:
I strongly suggest running a Meta RfC about the existence of this forum,
following standard community processes, and then decide on its future:
On 18/8/22 17:00:36, Quim Gil wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> The Movement Strategy Forum <https://forum.movement-strategy.org/>(MS
> Forum) is a multilingual collaborative space for all conversations about
> Movement Strategy implementation. We are inviting all Movement
> participants to collaborate on the MS Forum. The goal of the forum is to
> build community collaboration using an inclusive multilingual platform.
> The Movement Strategy
> a collaborative effort to imagine and build the future of the Wikimedia
> Movement. Anyone can contribute to the Movement Strategy, from a comment
> to a full-time project.
> Join this forum with your Wikimedia account, engage in conversations,
> and ask questions in your language.
> The Movement Strategy and Governance team (MSG) launched the proposal
> for this MS Forum in May. After a 2-month review period, we have just
> published theCommunity Review Report
> includes a summary of the discussions, metrics, and information about
> the next steps.
> We look forward to seeing you at the MS Forum!
> Best regards,
> Quim Gil (he/him)
> Director of Movement Strategy & Governance @ Wikimedia Foundation
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