Thank you for helping to create the Wikimedia 2030 Movement Strategy Recommendations

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Thank you very much for everything you did to help create the Wikimedia 2030 Movement Strategy Recommendations! I am especially grateful for the enormous amount of work you did in the Capacity Building working group and all the care and commitment you brought to the process.

--Nicole Ebber (WMDE) (talk) 18:46, 24 June 2020 (UTC)Reply

Interesting restorative justice practice background


Hi! I noticed you listed background in restorative justice practice and I am interested in how that approach can or can not work in online (especially Wikimedia) spaces where many of the participants are anonymous. If you ever write, present or develop on this I would love to hear and join. Best -- Zblace (talk) 05:40, 16 December 2020 (UTC)Reply

Zblace: Thanks for the message, I think there are definitely elements of restorative justice that can be applied to online communities. My background focuses on the impact of crime on community but I believe harm of any kind can impact and shape any community. I will definitely share updates if I explore this topic in the future. Best,SRamkisson (WMF)
SRamkisson (WMF) thanks! My impression (with limited experience) is that it is possible to facilitate basic mediation and some corrective 'compensation' actions if harassment (for example) was done by individual who is eager to keep its account (so not IP users or recently started but those that accumulated some credibility and social capital in community) and therefore willing to go through a process that could function on the model of restorative justice. I am also beginning to believe that certain type of psychological profiles are more prone to over-identify with the project like Wikimedia and commit offenses as a certain behavioral pattern (especially if neuro-diverging from norms). Anyway maybe something to be explored in future. -- Zblace (talk) 18:42, 16 December 2020 (UTC)Reply

We need your feedback on a tool from the Wikimedia Summit

Reminder: the guide to using Baserow, presented during the Wikimedia Summit.

Hi! I'm contacting you as one of the participants in the Wikimedia Summit 2022, to kindly ask for your feedback through a 5-10 minute survey to evaluate 'Baserow' (note: the survey is on a Google form).

Baserow was a tool through which participants in the Summit co-created a database of Movement Strategy activities. We hope to learn from you how useful it may be to keep using it in the future to help document and connect on Movement Strategy work.

You are welcome and encouraged to fill out the survey in any language. Your feedback would be very appreciated --Abbad (WMF) (talk) 15:37, 16 February 2023 (UTC).Reply

Reminder to vote now to select members of the first U4C

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Dear Wikimedian,

You are receiving this message because you previously participated in the UCoC process.

This is a reminder that the voting period for the Universal Code of Conduct Coordinating Committee (U4C) ends on May 9, 2024. Read the information on the voting page on Meta-wiki to learn more about voting and voter eligibility.

The Universal Code of Conduct Coordinating Committee (U4C) is a global group dedicated to providing an equitable and consistent implementation of the UCoC. Community members were invited to submit their applications for the U4C. For more information and the responsibilities of the U4C, please review the U4C Charter.

Please share this message with members of your community so they can participate as well.

On behalf of the UCoC project team,

RamzyM (WMF) 22:53, 2 May 2024 (UTC)Reply