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- Thanks for the comment, @Hlevy2:. Would you mind to elaborate a bit on the tools to help us to implement that thought? Which tools are you thinking of, are there examples where they are already used? Alice Wiegand (talk) 11:49, 22 August 2019 (UTC)
- @Lyzzy: This varies from nation to nation, but in the US, there is software to allow you to identify who your elected representatives are based on a residential address, optionally, this software can help you generate an email and/or phone call with predefined talking points. (WMF used this during the English Wikipedia SOPA blackout.) There is also software to help you contact registered voters by phone (or VOIP) if you are trying to build grassroots support in a region. Obviously these tools may not be as well developed in all nations, but all chapters should have a way to send out an alert to all chapter members an if an important matter requires grass roots advocacy. Another tool, that must be used sparingly, are banners on the project webpages. Hlevy2 (talk) 19:51, 27 August 2019 (UTC)
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To us sounds as common sense. Due the fact our chapter/affiliate has a great alignment with our online community (...)