Hello everyone,


The first draft/review/compilation of the feedback has been completed! Any additional time you have to review the document, make edits, and offer suggestions for how to make our points more impactful are greatly appreciated.




You can also add your username as a signatory for the WREN strategic planning committee.


My plan is to move this to Meta tomorrow around 12pm EDT unless there are any objections.


Thanks, once again.






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Hi everyone,


Thanks to those of you who were able to join any or all of our three feedback calls during the last month. Right now I am working on synthesizing and reviewing our comments to post to Meta tomorrow. If you have some time, and especially if you were at any or all of the meetings, could you take a few minutes to review/copy-edit parts of the draft document, found here?




John Cummings has already started work on this (thanks, John!), and has introduced a helpful color-coding system that you can use to indicate if you have reviewed a section or passage.


Once again, thanks very much for your participation. I hope that our recommendations are useful to the Foundation and used by the Foundation.


You’ll likely see one or two other messages from me today or tomorrow on this topic.


Have a nice afternoon!





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