We’re in week 4 of community conversations about the movement strategy
recommendations. Thank you to everyone who has already taken part. The
community conversations will continue until Friday, February 21 - you
can get involved on Meta in Arabic, English, French, German, Hindi,
Spanish, and Portuguese, strategize with your community or
organization, or send the core team your feedback to
This current round of community conversations is the last opportunity
to suggest improvements to the recommendations. They will be finalized
before the end of March, and then published for the movement to
understand them, reflect on what they mean in their project, local, or
thematic context, and move into implementation.
== Movement feedback: what happens next ==
All feedback is being collected, reviewed and analyzed on an ongoing
basis. Here are the next steps after February 21:
* Week commencing February 24: the core team will summarize all the
feedback received in a report. You are welcome to continue commenting
and discussing during this time, but the discussions will not be as
closely facilitated and documented.
* Week commencing March 2: the core team will publish the above report
on Meta to give the movement an opportunity to review the content and
give feedback as to whether it accurately reflects their input. The
closing date for this is March 6. This summary report will then be
finalized and published.
In mid-March, the feedback from the Board of Trustees, movement
conversations and reviewers' input will be considered in the creation
of the final, improved set of recommendations. A rationale for things
that have not been considered will be provided, too. Our aim is to
have the recommendations finalized and published in late March. More
about the actual integration work coming soon.
== Video and podcast about our work; one-pager ==
Members of the core team - Tanveer Hasan, Information and Knowledge
Liaison, and Mehrdad Pourzaki, Information and Knowledge Manager -
recently held a presentation about all the recommendations at the
Wikimedia Foundation All Hands. They provide a quick, concise overview
of every recommendation and also some insight into how each was
developed. Video of the presentation  and the presentation slides
 are now on Commons.
Jan Ainali has interviewed me for his podcast Wikipedia Podden. I’m
speaking with him about the past, present and future of movement
The one-pager created by Andrew Lih (User:Fuzheado) has been very
popular. Again, a big thank you to Andrew for putting this together.
In addition to Arabic, English, and Hindi versions, it is now also
available in Farsi [5, 6].
== Meeting notes from the office hours ==
We have published a condensed summary of the meeting notes  from
the office hours that were held by the core team on Thursday, January
30. The notes provide an overview of the key points and questions that
were raised during the two calls as well as summaries of the
== Do you have further questions? ==
Members of the core team will join the upcoming Wikimedia Café on
February 15 , which will focus on the movement strategy
recommendations. The Wikimedia Café is a community-led meeting hosted
by User:Pine and User:Bluerasberry, and we are happy to take part and
help answer any questions people may have about the recommendations.
Additionally, if you are looking for more information about any of the
above topics or about the movement strategy in general, take a look at
our FAQ section .
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