*Summary: Some examples of topics in Cycle 2 discussions; some reflections
after my first year.*
Modifications to the five themes have been posted on Meta-Wiki, based on
community feedback. These changes helped make the themes easier to
understand and translate.  Once again, we appreciate everyone's input on
how to help our global audience engage more effectively in the Cycle 2
discussions. The discussions continue to emerge in new places like Facebook
and among more groups like Wiki in Education and WikiProject Medicine.
*Here are a few examples of what we are hearing in discussions:*
*"We need to establish a way to ensure that all the articles cited do
indeed fairly reflect the scientific consensus as well as the relevant
Hebrew Wikipedia village pump
*"Become the most respected source of broad-based knowledge suited for the
* "International, multilingual nature of Wikimedia project is an asset that
may help to overcome current separatist tendencies in the world, by
bringing knowledge to more people, so they can better understand others and
Have a reaction to some of those thoughts? Have opinions and ideas of your
own that you want to contribute? Discussions will continue until June
12, and you can also take the private survey.
*On a related note*
Earlier today, the Wikimedia Foundation held its monthly public metrics and
activities meeting, and I had a chance to reflect on my first year in this
role. I focused mainly on changes in the Wikimedia Foundation. The work
of the community is much broader, and would have been hard to describe in
I am incredibly proud of how far we have come and very excited about the
opportunities before us. Thank you your support over this past year and for
your ongoing engagement in our discussions about future of our movement!
胸がいっぱいになりました。 (Japanese translation: “I am filled with gratitude.”)
PS. A version of this message is available for translation on Meta-Wiki.
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