Thank you for starting the report, Ankry!

I think it should be clear what the user group is claiming as an activity.  For instance, was the usergroup involved in the creation of the Balinese and Javanese Wikisource projects, mentioned under "Milestones"?  If so, the report should explain how the group was involved; if it is just a mention of a milestone for Wikisource (as distinct from a milestone for the Wikisource Community User Group), it should be clearly separated from the main section of the report, which should be devoted to activities and communications of the WCUG.

Likewise, was the user group involved in planning or organizing the events mentioned? If so, it should be stated explicitly.  (And if the involvement was only that a member of the user group presented at the event, then *that* should be stated explicitly (e.g. "WCUG member X presented a session on Y at event Z"), avoiding the impression the event itself is [co-]organized by the user group.)



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Wikimedia Foundation

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On Sat, Nov 13, 2021 at 7:11 PM Satdeep Gill <> wrote:
Here is the link to the report: 


On Sat, Nov 13, 2021, 7:57 PM Ankry <> wrote:
Hi everyone,

As we are close to the end of this year, I started preparing the 2021
WCUG annual report. Formally, it is due end of November.

If anyone participated or organized some Wikisource events, please add
appropriate sections.

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