On better design and beautyEdit
Thanks for the wishlist proposal and getting back to me. I hope things go well for your proposal. Coincidently, I just discovered this video titled, "Why Beautiful Things Make us Happy". I think you might find it interesting. :) Take care, CKoerner (WMF) (talk) 17:39, 2 November 2018 (UTC)
Hi. I see that you are doing "sk" translations. If you have some time in the next couple of weeks, I wonder if you have some interest in popping over to the new Wikimania wikis, I could do with some additional translations for local system messages, see wmania:Wikimania:Mediawiki pages with translations/sk. Thanks if you can. — billinghurst sDrewth 23:51, 22 April 2019 (UTC)
WAM2019 welcomes your support!Edit
Thank you for joining us as a Wikipedia community organizer. We would appreciate your help to get the central banner localized in your language.
You can visit here and select your language (which language you want the contents to be translated into) and then translate it.
Thank you for 2019!Edit
As the year 2019 is coming to its end, I would like to reflect on what positive things this year brought. I am glad for many things that I have done in Wikimedia and that I believe improved things they were supposed to improve, however, I wouldn't be able to do this alone.
I was often supported by many hard-working people in our movement and in this Christmas post, I would like to say thanks to all of the people that helped me to make things better this year.
Ле Лой, thank you for making the Slovak language available in Fountain tool for WAM;
Li-Yun Lin, thank you for preparing handwritings for Slovak logo of WAM even though you were busy;
Seddon (WMF), thanks for taking care of blackout on Slovak Wikipedia in March on the technical side;
Pbroks13, thanks for creating Slovak Wikiversity and Wikinews logo and putting Slovak logo of WAM together;
Glrx, Habitator terrae, thank you for help at Commons Graphic Lab this year;
Teslaton, thank you a lot for help with technical stuff, issues and improvements on Slovak Wikipedia;
Patriccck, thanks for the help with the organization of WAM and with some technical help as well;
OJJ, thank you for being a judge in WikiSpring 2019 on Slovak Wikipedia;
Bubamara, thank you for maintaining Slovak Wikipedia Facebook page and for helping me to understand Slovak Wikipedia and its history more;
Dvorapa, thanks for the help with clickable button template on Slovak Wikipedia;
Martin Urbanec, thank a lot for technical help with code and campaigns throughout the year;
Romaine, thank you for helping to make campaign banner of WLM at Slovak Wikipedia working at its best;
Daevid and aRychlik, thanks for participating in discussions and for support of rename of the main discussion space on Slovak Wikipedia;
Jetam2, Akdar, Lišiak, Armin, thank you so much for being great colleagues and for spending so much of your free time to move Wikimedians of Slovakia User Group forward as well as the whole Slovak Wikimedia movement and for other help on Slovak Wikipedia.
Thanks, Wikipedians on Slovak Wikipedia for making an amazing job in keeping this project moving forward. All translators on translatewiki.net that are doing Slovak translations, thanks for doing this often not seen but very important job. Thanks to all people who are supporting Wikimedians of Slovakia User Group. And last but not least, thanks to all people that are not mentioned here but without whose help I would not deliver outcomes as I did.
Invitation to organize CEE Spring 2020Edit
Dear Luky001! We are writing to you because you have organised CEE Spring in your community in the past and hope that you're excited to participate this year too! :-)
The time has come to start preparing for CEE Spring 2020 which will happen during the usual timeframe (21st of March until May 31st).
There are some things the we want to announce:
- You are welcome to join the international team.
- You can sign up as a local organizer
- To reduce administrative overhead there would be stricter rules on how communities can receive prize funds.
- You can start working on local pages and article lists.
- We are willing to expand our side contests like CEE Women and spice up our Hall of Fame.
- We are also looking into opportunities for communities outside the region, including running contest on English Wikipedia.
- We will communicate all our activities in email list, Facebook group and Telegram.
Yours, the CEE International Organisers Team