Hi KOKUYO, thanks so much for your info on my talk page. I've created the required fountain page. Do you think the page is ok now? Please inform me if I need to change/do anything else (I haven't been on a WAM jury for a few years). Regards, XoXo (talk) 15:49, 26 October 2020 (UTC)
WAM 2020 - KuEdit
Hi, I'm reaching out to you because you've used Special:MassMessage here in the last couple of months. In phab:T270435 there's a discussion about how to be able to use MassMessage when using the new "Page to be sent as a message" function, which would require an easier way of adding a timestamp. My suggestion is to add it automatically, since MassMassages are going out to discussion pages of different kinds, and should be timestamped. If you have a workflow where you don't want your message to be timestamped, please let me now on my talk page or in the Phabricator ticket. /Johan (WMF) (talk) 14:14, 14 January 2021 (UTC)
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|For stepping up so quickly to help us get a good translation of Office actions/September 2021 statement I thank you so much. Maggie Dennis (WMF) (talk) 20:21, 13 September 2021 (UTC)|
WAM21 to internationaliseEdit
I am afraid English-shy ja editors hesitate to join as they don't comprehend fully what this wonderful initiative envisions. I know you are busy, so allow me to add language tab to those en-only tabs. Cheers, and appreciate your hard work, and the integrity and friendship at WAM is alive because of your team *q(^o^)p*, --Omotecho (talk) 04:51, 8 November 2021 (UTC)
Hi! A user has told me that when someone clicks on the banner on Spanish Wikipedia it goes to the meta page and not to Spanish one. This is not the best option for people who does not know Meta or speak English. How can it be fixed? Thanks. Millars (talk) 10:33, 9 November 2021 (UTC)
Call For Volunteer Facilitators Across Africa Edit
The Africa Narrative is seeking volunteer facilitators in Egypt (two volunteers) and Senegal (two volunteers) for the AfroCreatives Wikiproject.
The AfroCreatives Wikiproject aims to support and mobilize creatives and professionals from the African creative sector, as well as enthusiasts more broadly, to contribute and enhance knowledge on Wikipedia about Africa’s creative economy. Its inaugural effort will target the film sectors of Egypt, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Senegal.
The Africa Narrative (TAN) is a non-profit that develops singular, high-impact initiatives in support of African creatives and the African cultural and creative industries with the aim to strengthen capacity in the continent’s creative economy and the global visibility of African cultural soft power.
All volunteers must have full professional proficiency in English. In Senegal, they must have native or full professional proficiency in French; in Egypt, they must have native or full professional proficiency in Arabic. Volunteer facilitators should have a vast knowledge about Wikimedia projects and experience with teaching new editors. All volunteers will be compensated.
Interested participants may sign up on the project's Meta page. You may also indicate your country and email if your Wikipedia account is not associated with any email address.
We will be glad if you can share with or recommend an Egyptian or Senegalese Wikipedian as well.