Does that mean there have been (positive?) conclusions from the first
pilot? Is that assessment documented somewhere?
On Mon, Mar 28, 2016 at 11:56 AM, Keilana <keilanawiki(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Hello all! (Apologies for cross-posting!)
I’m pleased to announce the second round of Wikimedia DC Book Grants, a
pilot program in which we help provide editors with resources they need to
improve Wikimedia projects. If you live in the United States and actively
edit Wikimedia projects, you are eligible; you do not have to be a member
of WMDC or edit English projects.
Applications are open for one week, from today through Monday, April 4. We
expect to let people know by April 10 whether or not their grant request
has been funded.
More information is available on the Wikimedia DC website .
Apply for a grant here: https://podio.com/webforms/14722557/986696
Vice President, Wikimedia District of Columbia
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