[Wikimedia-l] Info: Call for chapter peer review participation

Bence Damokos bdamokos at gmail.com
Fri Mar 1 23:30:34 UTC 2013

Hi all,

Speaking of chapter peer review, you might be interested in this great
cooperation between WM DE and WM AR that might serve as a model:

Best regards,

On Sat, Mar 2, 2013 at 12:10 AM, Fae <faewik at gmail.com> wrote:

> In the light of Asaf's news about Wikimedia Kenya, it seems timely to
> highlight one of the positive tasks I agreed to at the last Wikimedia
> Chapters Association coordination meeting. This was to start chapter
> peer reviews. In a couple of weeks I plan to put out a call for
> involvement and set up a meta page to get this going.
> As well as using practical (and cheap to do using virtual meetings)
> and non-bureaucratic peer reviews, better to understand governance and
> share best practice for Wikimedia Chapters, it would be great to
> extend this as a means of learning about best practices for Wikimedia
> User Groups. If the WCA can adapt to helping provide better engagement
> with User Groups and other Wikimedia organizations, this will be a
> positive step for the movement; though it may require quite a bit of
> patient help from friendly Wikimedia volunteers :-)
> If anyone who is in a Chapter or User Group (or a prospective User
> Group), would like to get involved at the start in receiving or
> delivering peer reviews, please drop me a note and I'll ensure you get
> an early notice when I kick off this, interesting but tricky, bit of
> international teamwork. Expect me to be depending on you for help.
> Cheers,
> Fae
> --
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> Chapters Association Council Chair http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WCA
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