To start the exchange of ideas on the IGC early, and to help prepare before the SWAN calls, we have set up and invite everyone to participate at this etherpad.If you like a more interactive way of discussing, we have also made a jamboard. Check here for more details.
To help set priorities for the SWAN agenda, and also to help manage which global conversations should be a focus in general, we have set up and invite everyone to participate at this SWAN priorities form.
(Note that the UTC times of and are the same as before, although some places have had daylight savings time changes since our last meeting).--Pharos (talk) 19:45, 17 March 2021 (UTC)
Input on a paper of training ML-systems together with the communityEdit
A paper is being written on the collaboration between the community and developers for building an ML-model like the article quality or revision scoring with ORES. Would you please take a look with your knowledge of enwp and also from your user experience with ORES in all it's different possibilities, at Research:On the collaboration with Wikimedia Communities in the context of building Machine Learning Systems? Are the steps fully described you think, or are we still missing something? And do you have any nice examples or experiences you'd like to share on the talk page?
Invitation to participate in Universal Code of Conduct survey - WikiWomen's User GroupEdit
(You are receiving this message as you signed your interest to participate as part of the WikiWomen's User Group)
Hello, my name is Mervat Salman, a UCoC Facilitator, Trust and Safety team.
As you know, the WMF Board of Trustees ratified the Universal Code of Conduct early in February. That's the beginning; the policy itself cannot be used if the enforcement pathways are not defined. The implementation and enforcement of the UCoC requires the continuous cooperation to define clear definitions of enforcement pathways and processes. This needs to be done in a way that does not contradict with the internal bylaws and codes of conduct currently in place, but rather to support them and complement their deficiencies, if any.
In this phase of the process, we would like to invite you to share your ideas, thoughts and concerns about the UCoC implementation, reporting and enforcement pathways using this survey: