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Wikimedia Travel Guide: Naming poll open edit

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Grantmaking Barnstar edit

  Individual Engagement Grant Barnstar
Thanks for the thoughtful participation in IEG proposal discussions - hope to have your ideas and input again in round 2! Siko (WMF) (talk) 19:49, 2 April 2013 (UTC)Reply
Thanks! Sadads (talk) 20:09, 2 April 2013 (UTC)Reply

No edit

No. I did not write that for you nor for your project, and you have no right taking credit of its creation as being part of your project. Ottava Rima (talk) 19:02, 8 October 2013 (UTC)Reply

Removing it, it was in the window of time when the project has been active. It wasn't a claim to ownership of any sort, Sadads (talk) 19:46, 8 October 2013 (UTC)Reply
" but Ottava Rima also appears to have plagiarized a few things in writing the (such as the Damon quotes I just added quotation marks to)." No. This was my version. Your quote came from Dmitrismirnov as well as other instances of plagiarism. I pointed out that he added original research, plagiarism, and lied about what sources said. I have sent out such instances to many people so far. Not only am I an actual scholar in the area (which neither of you are), I have written many FAs and GAs in the field. The additions by him would have him expelled from college because of the academic dishonesty (plagiarism and false attribution) they contain. The page is clearly not encyclopedic, and many of your pages aren't. Ottava Rima (talk) 03:20, 25 October 2013 (UTC)Reply
@Ottava Rima: You are correct on my statement, I had misread where in the additions that was from (notice I prefaced the comment with my tiredness). I removed the comment, and will do a more careful reread of Dmitrismirnov's work. However, generally, his work has not been "original research, plagiarism, and lied", rather its writing of someone who is still learning the ropes of the kinds of writing need for high quality work. His paraphrasing is sometimes poor - yes I can agree with that - but I have yet to find a moment where he outright misused a quote or demonstrated some egregious use of sources. Remember, Wikipedia is both a work in progress and a place where people learn to contribute and build human knowledge, not some pillar of the academy. I currently teach writing, and know that every one of my students, whether a good or poor writer, will make mistakes about source use. Academic dishonesty is when individuals purposefully present information as there own in order to gain additional credit, not when someone makes minor (uneducated) errors of judgement when quoting and paraphrasing.
Also, I am going to regret asking this, but why tack on the "many of your pages aren't"? These kinds of comments only work to irritate whoever you are writing towards. Just in a couple of interactions, you are impressing upon me why your editing ban still holds in English Wikipedia. As a language and literature scholar, you should be familiar with the ideas of Ethos and Pathos when writing to persuade others. Does your language really engender an opportunity where others will want to be persuaded by your position? If you are a 19th century scholar, I would appreciate continued help in cooperation with the w:William Blake Archive through the project you disavowed above (you should be familiar with that organizations scholarly authority). However, simply addressing me with "No" and insults, makes me really resistant. Hope you are well, and I hope that we can interact on better terms in the future, Sadads (talk) 03:56, 25 October 2013 (UTC)Reply
Fair use requires summarizing. He has infringed on Damon's text by taking the full copyrighted work of The Mental Traveller excerpt. He didn't use quotation marks when he used most of it. When he does summarize, he got the summarizing wrong and often says things that are opposite of the text yet claimed I did such to hide from his problems. This is not unique to The Mentally Traveller page.
"why tack on the 'many of your pages aren't'?" Have you not noticed how many of the Blake project pages the user has edited? Almost all of the new ones you have listed on the project page. All of the pages he touched has these problems. This has happened because you waded into something without the ability to have a forceful hand to prevent such problems. It should be obvious that "not everyone can edit" if you are trying to make something academic. A lot of people need to be watched carefully because they will only add problems.
As for the last point - addressing with "no" is blunt but not an insult. I already have enough problems with people adding my work to their projects and taking credit for it - I've had long fights with the Ada Lovelace people after they point to my additions as proof that they can add to the encyclopedia while ignoring that their only real additions have been claims of affairs or gambling problems. My work is my own and no one else's, and I prefer to keep it that way because my academic reputation is intrinsically connected to what I have added here. Ottava Rima (talk) 04:08, 25 October 2013 (UTC)Reply
@Ottava Rima: As regards the plagiarism, I am beginning to go through the more recent edits now, and can see the problems. I confronted D on those issues at his talk page and hopefully we can use this as a learning experience for him. If not, I will keep a closer eye on his work.
As regards "This has happened because you waded into something without the ability to have a forceful hand to prevent such problems. It should be obvious that "not everyone can edit" if you are trying to make something academic." I knew exactly what I was wading in to: a huge gap in humanities materials on Wikipedia. The Editor I am working with from the Blake Archive is less interested in that the contributions are academic and more interested that we have better documentation of Blake and Blake scholarship on the Web. The archive is the location for Academic material to be present on the Web. On the other hand, Wikipedia offers an opportunity to lay more foundations for a public gateway to this knowledge. Wikipedia is by no means an academic place, rather it's a, per Whitson and Whittikar's recent book on Blake and digital remixing, a w:Folksonomy that gathers and present relevant information and directs people to sources outside the project, if they really are intrepid enough to continue researching. I don't use a forceful hand, because any work is a contribution to the space, and can be polished in later practice, for example my recent revisions of w:Beulah_(Blake). Sure that article is not a great examination of the topic, but it provide enough that the less then 10 visitors a day can get some basic questions answered, and go looking for more if that is what they want.
As for adding work to the Blake project: it has nothing to do with credit, it has everything to do with documenting the changes that occur during a period, so that people can see the dynamics of project. I am in the process of trying to get several Digital Humanities projects (including the Blake) to allocate funding for graduate interns to be researching, and developing Wikipedia materials. Without showing the changes that happen during a period, both in sync and out of sync with my direct intervention, I can demonstrate the value of additional academic support of Wikipedia.
I would greatly appreciate additional higher quality content related to Blake, as I know that you have produced before, but without supportive and cooperative collaboration, I am stuck with the much more amateur manpower that is choosing to help (for a relatively inexperienced editor in the English Wikipedia community, he is doing a fairly good job). Again, happy editing, and I appreciate you bringing to attention the problems with copyvio (I will do some revision to clear that up), Sadads (talk) 15:38, 25 October 2013 (UTC)Reply
Check out w:Ode: Intimations of Immortality. That is an academic page. That is what Wikipedia would excel at, and that would be good for everyone. I also wrong w:Kubla Khan, but it has since deteriorated by a guy who inserts original research, plagiarism, and other problematic material. That is what happens to these pages unless you can keep people who plagiarize and put in nonsense out. I do not like having pages that I wrote associated with plagiarism and other problems, which is why I don't like them being connected to groups in general. The larger the organization, the higher chance for these problems to happen. And these individuals tend to spread like a plague, infecting page after page, and they go through organizations like wildfire. You can find a list of poetry pages to base formatting on here. Standard is 1. Lead 2. Background (general history of writing and publishing) 3. Poetry summary (in the style of Bloom's "Reader" analysis of short analysis and short excerpts of key points), 4. Themes (critical discussion of themes, not quotations as this section is for agreed upon ideas and not controversial/unique ideas unless it has been debated) 5. Reception (critics saying if a poem is good or bad and comparisons to the quality of other poems). Ideally, 1 sentence should be the summation of 10 or more sentences in a critical work. Anything less starts to cross the line of what is fair use and what is not. Ottava Rima (talk) 17:11, 25 October 2013 (UTC)Reply
(from a passerby, I hope you both don't mind): Ottava Rima, didn't you mean "anything more [than 10 percent] starts to cross the line"? I'm interested in this as a rule of thumb that I could use in guiding others. I am aware of a 10 percent guideline for how much of someone's work can be used without violating copyright (like I think a teacher can safely and ethically photocopy and distribute 1 chapter out of a 10+ chapter work without permission), and am vaguely aware of a U.S. court case being cited as the source for the 10 percent threshold. Your suggestion of applying 10 percent as a guideline for when summarizing is done is different but sounds like a good one. Can you comment more? If here, please ping me. --Doncram (talk) 17:10, 26 October 2015 (UTC)Reply
Thanks for the advise @Ottava Rima:. I definitely have tried to keep within the standard you lay out in my own work (though mostly on novels, here it is w:en:User:Sadads#Contributions), but thinking from an outreach perspective, it makes sense to encourage multiple different types of users to develop pages. Dmitrismirnov's work hasn't all been bad: take w:en:Visionary Heads for instance, which has, after community review and work, become quite good. I think the problem is that he hit w:en:The_Mental_Traveller with a little too much zeal (and I can see that now, and will begin doing some shaping). I poked Johnbod to take a look at some of Dmitrismirnov's other work, and when I get time, I will do the same. However, even if we don't catch it now, I imagine we will continue seeing improvements, per Wikipedia's work in progress ethos, hopefully.
Also, I would like to reach out again and offer: If you want to write articles for some of the gaps we still have in either terms or poems that would be great! (I can move them over to Wikipedia). I have a Wikipedia article writing assignment working on the SoI&oE poems Laughing Song (Songs of Innocence), "Night" (Songs of Innocence), "Spring" (Songs of Innocence), "The Little Boy Lost" (Songs of Innocence) and "The Little Boy Found" (Songs of Innocence). Otherwise, though, there are still quite a number of gaps, that even smaller articles, like w:en:The Grave (poem) would greatly add value too. I am also trying to use the Archive images for illustration across projects, and have a transcription going at s:en:Index:Father's_memoirs_of_his_child.djvu which need some more manpower. Hope you can help, Sadads (talk) 20:22, 28 October 2013 (UTC)Reply
The background section of Visionary Heads reads too much like a pop culture New Yorker piece than an encyclopedia. You could trim down on the "opinions" and focus more on dates, hard numbers, and publications. Those are essential pieces of information a reader will be looking for. Opinion goes at the bottom in a critical reception type section. Also, the listing of all of the images and other things doesn't do the page any favor. Categories are designed to easily lump subpages together. Think of it this way - you have 3 days to do an assignment. You need basic information of a poem to write your paper. What do you want? Quick background so you know the context of it compared to other works, a brief summary of critical opinion, and some key facts so you can better visual a topic. That is your goal. Ottava Rima (talk) 18:30, 29 October 2013 (UTC)Reply

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Hi. I have been creating the wikidata items related to the first articles you created during the 100wikidays challenge. Why don't you try it yourself ? It's easy. Wikidata is a very powerful tool, and knowing how it works is quite useful. Best, Trace (talk) 22:49, 6 August 2015 (UTC)Reply

@Trace:Thats the thing: last couple times I have tried to login via my connection with En-Wikipedia it says its not logged in to WikiData. Didn't want to spend too much time debugging, try for todays, but don't understand how to add arguments. Sadads (talk) 13:11, 7 August 2015 (UTC)Reply

Well, I see you managed to log onto wikidata and create a new item. And even add statements for "Dreaming Emmett" ! Perfect. It is really useful, especially for articles that only exist on one wiki - it helps translating them, etc.

Best, Trace (talk) 11:10, 7 August 2015 (UTC)Reply

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typo note edit

Hi, i arrive here from reading through the WikiProject X report and seeing your comments at the end, at: You meant "precedent" rather than that word's homonym "president" (or almost homonym, as it sounds almost exactly the same). Maybe you want to change that for better understanding by other readers (i expect it would be confusing for some including those not having English as their first language).

Also I read through discussion above with Ottava Rima and hope you don't mind my asking a question there. You both seem very thoughtful to me. --Doncram (talk) 17:10, 26 October 2015 (UTC)Reply

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It looks like you didn't specify your stance on this proposal either: 2016 Community Wishlist Survey/Categories/Watchlists#Only watchlist certain categories for membership changes. Thanks! MusikAnimal (WMF) (talk) 22:37, 28 November 2016 (UTC)Reply

You shouldn't provide references edit

Wikidata goal was to create items about concepts from real world: 2. It refers to an instance of a clearly identifiable conceptual or material entity

Some users simply don't fit this project, despite being active since 2013.

User stalks edits by Fractaler and D1gggg and makes vandalism left and right. D1gggg (talk) 11:48, 8 December 2017 (UTC)Reply

site plan (Q1284677) isn't global edit

I doubt that e.g. Vatican have it. Not individual buildings, but whole country (city).

Same about African countries.

You may not know every country where site plan is regulated, but I don't understand why you are removing correct claims

Don't follow path of user in section above. D1gggg (talk) 12:56, 8 December 2017 (UTC)Reply

@D1gggg: I see that you have been banned from Wikidata for cross-wiki harrasment. I also find that many of the contributions that you are point at, are unreferenced claims that misuse existing properties. Please see the Wikipedia articles pointed at for Q1284677: this is a generic concept. Perhaps the item needs to be split to represent specific concepts from other language Wikipedias. Sadads (talk) 17:12, 8 December 2017 (UTC)Reply
@Sadads: don't make harm to country-specifc items. Don't vandal statements. They are constantly reverted
>are unreferenced claims that misuse existing properties
Is this what you think or Stewards want you to think? I don't vandal Wikidata
I'm sorry we don't know who you are. D1gggg (talk) 17:23, 8 December 2017 (UTC)Reply
>Perhaps the item needs to be split to represent specific concepts from other language Wikipedias.
Site plans are almost the same when they are used.
You could create 2-30 more specific items per every country and place P17 at each item, but you didn't.
Now we don't have information about P17 at all.
explain this removal?
explain another removal?
Exactly who need to google instead of you "Градостроительный кодекс Российской Федерации" "генеральный план"? And why at all?
Your removals are nonsense. D1gggg (talk) 17:38, 8 December 2017 (UTC)Reply

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Commons deletion notification bot is ready to be deployed to any Wikimedia wiki that wishes to use it. If your community is interested in the bot, you can leave a request on the project page on meta-wiki. The bot messages are available for translation on, as part of preparing the bot for release.

Thank you for your participation in the Wishlist. -- Keegan (WMF) (talk) 17:29, 16 August 2018 (UTC)Reply

JSTOR account redistribution (The Wikipedia Library) edit

Hi - according to our records you received a free account for JSTOR through The Wikipedia Library. Because we’ve used up all of our allocated accounts, and it’s been some time since they were distributed, we want to redistribute any accounts that aren’t being used to users on our waitlist.

If you’re still using, or plan to use, your JSTOR access, no problem! Simply head over to the Library Card platform, log in, and request a renewal of your account. You should be able to do this from your user page, or the JSTOR signup page. If you can’t find the renewal button, or have any other issues or questions about this, please feel free to leave a message on my talk page. We’ll begin redistributing inactive accounts in September; if you request renewal after then we will only be able to reactivate your account if we have spots remaining. Thanks, MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 13:32, 20 August 2018 (UTC)Reply

Growth team updates #2 edit

Community Health Metrics Kit consultation edit

The Community Health Metrics Kit is a new project to measure more aspects of our communities. If you are interested in metrics, statistics, and measurement of editing and contributing, please join us to discuss how and what the new project should measure! Please share this with anyone else you think may be interested in this work.

This message is also available in other languages. Joe Sutherland (Wikimedia Foundation) (talk) 22:06, 10 October 2018 (UTC)Reply

The Community Wishlist Survey edit


You get this message because you’ve previously participated in the Community Wishlist Survey. I just wanted to let you know that this year’s survey is now open for proposals. You can suggest technical changes until 11 November: Community Wishlist Survey 2019.

You can vote from November 16 to November 30. To keep the number of messages at a reasonable level, I won’t send out a separate reminder to you about that. /Johan (WMF) 11:24, 30 October 2018 (UTC)Reply

Growth team updates #3 edit

Welcome to the third newsletter for the new Growth team!  

The Growth team's objective is to work on software changes that help retain new contributors in mid-size Wikimedia projects.

Two Growth team projects to be deployed in next two weeks

We will be deploying the "Understanding first day" and "Personalized first day" projects on Czech and Korean Wikipedias in the coming weeks. See the new project pages below for full details on the projects, and our project updates page for their progress.

  • Understanding first day: learn about the actions new editors take right after creating their accounts. We will be careful with user privacy, and we hope to share initial results in December.
  • Personalized first day: learn about new editors' objectives by adding some optional questions to the new editor’s registration process, and personalizing their onboarding. We hope to share initial results in December.

Third Growth team project begins

  • Focus on help desk: direct newcomers to the local help desks where they can ask questions to help them make their first edits. We hope to have an initial experiment running in December.

Best practices for helping newcomers

We are going to direct newcomers to help desks. But what's the best way to reply to a newcomer there? We have gathered some best practices for successful interactions, based on community experiences and some external documentation. The page has also been reviewed by some experienced community members who suggested some changes. That page is now open for translations. Comments and suggestions are still welcome!

We are still looking for volunteers

Do you want to participate to our experiments? We are looking for new communities to work with us (especially a new mid-size wiki), and people to become ambassadors to help us to communicate with the different communities. Discover how you can involve yourself or your community.

Also, please share this update with your community and interested people!

Learn more about us

You can visit our team page to find out why our team was formed and how we are thinking about new editors, and our project page for detailed updates on the projects we'll work on.

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Growth team updates #4 edit

Welcome to the fourth newsletter for the new Growth team!  

The Growth team's objective is to work on software changes that help retain new contributors in mid-size Wikimedia projects.

We need your feedback!

We have two requests for community members:

  1. Now that data is coming in for the welcome survey, we are planning how to use that data to personalize the newcomer's first day. See our current thoughts here, and join the conversation here.
  2. Try out the help panel's interactive prototype, and read about how we're planning to roll it out, and post any thoughts or reactions here.

Two Growth team projects have been deployed (detailed updates here)

  • Personalized first day (welcome survey) was deployed on November 20 on both Czech and Korean Wikipedias.
    • The survey is now being shown to half of new users (A/B test). Responses are being recorded in the database. We'll report on initial results during December.
    • We are planning to test a second version of the survey, called "Variation C", which we think will maximize the number of users who complete the survey and stay on the wiki.
    • The original objective of this project was to give newcomers the materials they need to achieve their goals, and so now we are currently planning how we will use the information collected in the welcome survey to personalize the newcomer's experience. We hope community members will read our current thinking and join the conversation here. Some of the plans we are considering include:
      • Making it easy for newcomers to see editing activity around the topic areas in which they indicated that they're interested.
      • Connecting interested newcomers to experienced editors.
      • Surfacing the help content most relevant to the reason for which the newcomers created their accounts.
  • Understanding first day (EditorJourney) was deployed on November 15 on both Czech and Korean Wikipedias. It has been done after a longer security review and final testing than expected. Data is now being recorded for all new users on those wikis, and we've been auditing the data and preparing to make initial reports during December. Stay tuned for the next newsletter!

Help panel is under construction

  • Focus on help desk (help panel) is planned to be deployed during the week of January 7 on both Czech and Korean Wikipedias.
  • This interactive prototype is the best way to see the design and wording in the feature.
  • We ran live user tests on the prototype, with results posted here.
  • In addition to giving the ability to ask a question, the help panel will also contain a set of links to existing help content. Our ambassadors on Czech and Korean Wikipedias are determining the right initial set of most helpful links in this task.
  • We encourage community members to try out the prototype and read about the rules for who will get the feature, and add any thoughts to this discussion.

We are still looking for volunteers

Do you want to participate to our experiments? We are looking for new communities to work with us (especially a new mid-size wiki), and people to become ambassadors to help us to communicate with the different communities. Discover how you can involve yourself or your community.

Also, please share this update with your community and interested people!

Learn more about us

You can visit our team page to find out why our team was formed and how we are thinking about new editors, and our project updates page for detailed updates on the projects we work on.

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Growth team updates #5 edit

Welcome to the fifth newsletter for the new Growth team!  

The Growth team's objective is to work on software changes that help retain new contributors in mid-size Wikimedia projects.

New projects for discussion edit

We began the "Personalized first day" project with the welcome survey so that we could gather information about what newcomers are trying to accomplish. The next step is to use that information to create experiences that help the newcomers accomplish their goal – actually personalizing their first day. We asked for community thoughts in the previous newsletter, and after discussing with community members and amongst our team, we are now planning two projects as next steps: "engagement emails" and "newcomer homepage".

  • Engagement emails: this project was first discussed positively by community members here back in September 2018, and the team how has bandwidth to pursue it. The idea is that newcomers who leave the wiki don't get encouraged to return to the wiki and edit. We can engage them through emails that send them the specific information they need to be successful – such as contact from a mentor, the impact of their edits, or task recommendations. Please read over the project page, and comment on its discussion page with any ideas, questions, or concerns. Do you think this is a good idea? Where could we go wrong?
  • Newcomer homepage: we developed the idea for this project after analyzing the data from the welcome survey and EditorJourney datasets. We saw that many newcomers seem to be looking for a place to get started – a place that collects their past work, options for future work, and ways to learn more. We can build this place, and it can connect to the engagement emails. The content of both could be guided by what newcomers say they need during their welcome survey, and contain things like contact from a mentor, impact of their edits, or task recommendations. Please read over the project page, and comment on its discussion page with any ideas, questions, or concerns. Do you think this is a good idea? Where could we go wrong?

Initial reports on newcomer activity edit

We have published initial reports on each of the team's first two projects. These reports give the basic numbers from each project, and there are many more questions we will continue to answer in future reports. We're excited about these initial findings. They have already helped us define and design parts of our future projects.

  • Welcome survey: the initial report on welcome survey responses is available here. Some of the main findings:
    • Most users respond to the survey, giving it high response rates of 67% and 62% in Czech and Korean Wikipedias, respectively.
    • The survey does not cause newcomers to be less likely to edit.
    • The most common reason for creating an account in Korean Wikipedia is to read articles—not for editing—with 29% of Korean users giving that responses.
    • Large numbers of respondents said they are interested in being contacted to get help with editing: 36% in Czech and 53% in Korean.
  • Understanding first day: the initial report on what newcomers do on their first day is available here. Some of the main findings:
    • Large numbers of users view help or policy pages on their first day: 42% in Czech and 28% in Korean.
    • Large numbers of users view their own User or User Talk page on their first day: 34% in Czech and 39% in Korean.
    • A majority of new users open an editor on their first day – but about a quarter of them do not go on to save an edit during that time.

Help panel deployment edit

The help panel was deployed in Czech and Korean Wikipedias on January 10. Over the past four weeks:

  • About 400 newcomers in each wiki have seen the help panel button.
  • About 20% of them open up the help panel.
  • About 50% of those who open it up click on one of the links.
  • About 5% of Czech users ask questions, and about 1% of Korean users ask questions.

We think that the 20% open rate and 50% click rate are strong numbers, showing that a lot of people are looking for help, and many want to help themselves by looking at help pages. The somewhat lower numbers of asking questions (especially in Korean Wikipedia) has caused us to consider new features to allow people to help themselves. We're going to be adding a search bar to the help panel next, which will allow users to type a search that only looks for pages in the Help and Wikipedia namespaces.

How to create a good feedback page? edit

What is the way to built a good help page? What blocks you when writing an help page? Your replies will help to create better help contents to newcomers, that would be used on Help panel.

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Growth team updates #6 edit

18:19, 18 March 2019 (UTC)

Growth team updates #7 edit

16:19, 29 April 2019 (UTC)

Call for submissions for the Community Growth space at Wikimania 2019 edit

Welcome to a special newsletter from the Growth team! This special newsletter is not about Wikimedia Foundation Growth team projects. Instead, it is a call for submissions for the Community Growth space at Wikimania 2019. We think that many people who receive this newsletter may have something valuable to contribute to this space at Wikimania. We haven't translated the newsletter, because Wikimania's language is English.

Please see below for the message from the organizers of the Community Growth space at Wikimania.


Wikimania 2019 is organized into 19 “spaces”, which are all accepting proposals for sessions. This message comes from the team organizing the Community Growth space.

Since you are interested b Growth team projects, and potentially involved in welcoming newcomers initiatives on your wiki, we would like to invite you to submit a proposal to the Community Growth space because of the actions you’ve done around newcomers on wikis. The deadline for submission is June 1. See below for Community Growth submission topics and session formats. Topics and sessions have to be in English.

In the Community Growth space, we will come together for discussions, presentations, and workshops that address these questions:

  • What is and is not working around attracting and retaining newcomers?
  • How should Wikimedia activities evolve to help communities grow and flourish?
  • How should our technology and culture evolve to help new populations to come online, participate and become community members?

Recommended topics: please see this link for the list for the list of recommended topics. If you do not plan to submit a proposal, you can also suggest additional topics here. If your topic does not fit into our space, remember that there are 18 other spaces that could welcome you sharing your knowledge and perspective.

Types of session. We prefer sessions that are participatory, interactive, promote conversations, and give a voice to parts of our movement that are heard less often. Please see this link for the list of recommended session formats.

Poster submissions. Posters are also a good way to introduce a topic, or show some results of an action. Please consider submitting one!

More information about the Community Growth space, topics, and submission formats is available on the proposal page.

Please submit your proposal. The reviews will happen at the beginning of June.

If you have questions about Wikimania in general, please ask them on the Wikimania wiki.

On behalf of the Community Growth leadership team, Trizek (WMF), 11:45, 16 May 2019 (UTC)Reply

Growth team updates #8 edit

09:02, 13 June 2019 (UTC)

Growth team updates #9 edit

14:26, 23 July 2019 (UTC)

Growth team updates #10 edit

18:49, 2 October 2019 (UTC)

Community Wishlist Survey 2020 edit


You are getting this message because you've previously participated in the Community Wishlist Survey, in either the Wikisource or Wiktionary categories. I wanted to let you know that this year's survey is now open for proposals. You can suggest technical changes until November 11. Unlike previous years, we are only accepting proposals for non-Wikipedia content projects with no dedicated teams (i.e., Wikibooks, Wiktionary, Wikiquote, Wikisource, Wikiversity, Wikispecies, Wikivoyage, and Wikinews). You can learn more on the survey page.

You can vote on proposals from November 20 to December 2. To keep the number of messages at a reasonable level, I won't send out a separate reminder to you about that. We look forward to your participation. Thank you! IFried (WMF) (talk) 18:52, 22 October 2019 (UTC)Reply

Growth team updates #11 edit

15:02, 18 November 2019 (UTC)

Growth team updates #12 edit

17:39, 4 February 2020 (UTC)

Community Wishlist Survey 2019 - Section Name in Diff edit


The Community Tech team (WMF) has officially started the project for Section Name in Diff, the #9 wish from the 2019 Community Wishlist Survey!

You previously voted for this wish, so we are now contacting you. We invite you to visit the project page, where you can read a project analysis and share your feedback.

We hope to see you on the project talk page, and thank you in advance!

-- IFried (WMF), 14:13, 9 March 2020 (UTC)Reply

Growth team newsletter #13 edit

14:29, 18 May 2020 (UTC)

Community Tech Launches Wikisource Improvement Initiative edit


We hope you are all healthy and safe in these difficult times.

The Community Tech team has just launched a new initiative to improve Wikisource. We have created the first project (Improve ebook exports), which came out of the 2020 Community Wishlist Survey. We now invite you to share your feedback on the project talk page. Please let us know what you think of our project analysis; we want to hear from you! Furthermore, we hope that you will participate in the other Wikisource improvement projects, which we’ll address in the future. Thank you in advance and we look forward to reading your feedback on the project talk page!

-- IFried (WMF) (Product Manager, Community Tech)

Sent by Satdeep Gill (WMF) using MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 09:51, 28 May 2020 (UTC)Reply

Feedback requested: August update for Wikisource ebook export project edit

Hello, Sadads! The Community Tech team has posted an August update to the Wikisource Ebook Export Improvement project, and we would love your feedback. The update includes findings from our community consultation, results from two technical analyses, and proposed next steps for the project. Your feedback is crucial, and it will help us understand how to approach our work. For this reason, we invite you to check out the latest update and share your feedback on the project talk page. Thank you in advance! --IFried (WMF) (talk) 03:06, 25 August 2020 (UTC)Reply

Growth team newsletter 14 edit

09:33, 7 September 2020 (UTC)

Invitation to complete a survey regarding WPWP Campaign edit

Hello Sadads,

Many thanks for participating in the WPWP campaign.

We are excited about the level of participation, this year and we are happy to inform you that over 90,000 articles were improved with photos in 272 languages Wikipedia.

We'd love to get your feedback. Your feedback will allow us to better meet your expectations for the campaign in the next editions.

Please complete a brief survey so that we may learn about your participation in the campaign, strengths, challenges and your expectations. This information will enable us to improve the next editions of the Campaign.

Follow this link to the Survey:

Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:

Thank you in advance for taking this survey. Stay safe! 

Kind regards,
Tulsi Bhagat contribs | talk ]
Communication Manager, WPWP Campaign
-- Message sent using MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 05:17, 23 September 2020 (UTC)Reply

Growth team updates #15 edit

10:09, 1 November 2020 (UTC)

SGrabarczuk (WMF)

18:25, 20 November 2020 (UTC)

Growth team updates #16 edit

14:22, 7 December 2020 (UTC)

SGrabarczuk (WMF)

16:09, 11 December 2020 (UTC)

Share your feedback on the OCR improvements! edit

SGrabarczuk (WMF) 17:48, 26 January 2021 (UTC)Reply

Growth team newsletter #17 edit

16:02, 3 March 2021 (UTC)


The Wikimedia LGBTQ+ User Group is holding online working days in May. If you’re an active Wikimedian, editing on LGBTQ+ issues or if you identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community, come help us set goals, develop our organisation and structures, consider how to respond to issues faced by Queer editors, and plan for the next 12 months.

We will be meeting online for 3 half-days, 14–16 May at 1400–1730 UTC. While our working language is English, we are looking to accommodate users who would prefer to participate in other languages, including translation facilities.

More information, and registration details, at QW2021.--Wikimedia LGBT+ User Group 15:46, 24 April 2021 (UTC)

Growth Newsletter #18 edit

15:23, 17 May 2021 (UTC)

Join Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos 2021 edit

Hello Sadads,

Many thanks for participating in the maiden edition of Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos in 2020.

We are glad to inform you that the 2021 edition starts today (1st of July). You are invited to participate in the campaign again this year to help improve the quality of Wikipedia articles with photos. For more information, please visit the campaign page here.

If you have any questions or query please feel free to contact anyone from the Organizing Team of WPWP Campaign.

Kind regards,
Tulsi Bhagat contribs | talk ]
Communication Manager, WPWP Campaign
Message sent using --MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 10:15, 1 July 2021 (UTC)Reply

Growth Newsletter #19 edit

18:36, 26 October 2021 (UTC)

Campaigns Product Update #2 edit

Hello Campaigns Product Newsletter subscribers. We are excited to share our updates:

  • Request for Feedback: We have shared our project principles, wireframes for the desktop version, and open questions for you about the team’s event registration project. See the latest status updates here.
Wireframes are design tools that imagine the future interface of the software. We haven’t built anything yet. We need your feedback on these designs so that we can make better product decisions. You can give feedback on the talk page regarding the design and features of the wireframes. We would love to hear your comments to help us establish the next necessary steps for the project.
Please share with us your feedback!
  • Presentations: The Campaigns Product team participated in WikiArabia 2021 and WikiConference North America 2021 to give a brief introduction on how the team works. Alex Stinson gave an overview about campaigns and how we can scale the organizing experience within the Movement. Ilana Fried gave an introduction to the Product Team and the project wireframes of the first campaign software solution: the on-wiki registration tool. View the recorded presentation here.
  • Team update: We have hired our first team engineer, JCarvalho and our Campaign Organizing Fellow, IBrazal. Newsletter updates will be done by IBrazal and she will be coordinating with you! We hope to have the rest of the engineering team onboard soon!

What is next?

Testers Needed! We will be partnering with YUX, a design research agency, to learn how our team can improve the experience of Wikimedia campaign organizers and participants in Africa. For this reason, we are looking for community members who are willing to be part of the rapid testing sessions. Preferably, we want organizers and editors who have worked in an African context. If you would like to participate in testing, please email ibrazal-ctr wikimedia org.
Upcoming Conference. Wiki Indaba 2021. This year, the conference will be held virtually on November 5-7, 2021 with the theme "Rethink + Reset : Visions of the future". Read more about the conference here or register to join the event. We will be presenting the registration features on Sunday November 7.
We will also be attending CEE Conference, which is digital again this year November 5-7, 2021. We will be presenting the registration on November 6 as part of our communication and sharing process.
Translation Support. We are also beginning to translate the updates on Registration. If you think your language community would benefit from updates, please translate here.

Invite other organizers to subscribe to this newsletter for upcoming updates!

The Campaign Product Team

MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 15:17, 28 October 2021 (UTC)Reply

Growth Newsletter #20 edit

17:12, 16 March 2022 (UTC)

Growth team newsletter #21 edit

13:03, 5 July 2022 (UTC)

Growth team newsletter #22 edit

17:18, 21 September 2022 (UTC)

Growth team newsletter #23 edit

20:57, 29 November 2022 (UTC)

Growth team newsletter #24 edit

14:44, 31 January 2023 (UTC)

Growth team newsletter #25 edit

13:10, 1 April 2023 (UTC)

Queering Wikipedia 2023 conference edit


Wikimedia LGBT+ User Group and the organizing team of Queering Wikipedia is delivering the Queering Wikipedia 2023 Conference for LGBT+ Wikimedians and allies, as a hybrid, bilingual and trans-local event. It is online on 12, 14 and 17 May, the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia #IDAHOBIT, with offline events at around 10 locations on 5 continents in the 5-day span as QW2023 Nodes.

The online program is delivered as a series of keynotes, panels, presentations, workshops, lightning talks and creative interventions, starting on Friday noon (UTC) with the first keynote of Dr Nishant Shah entitled: I spy, with my little AI — Wikiway as a means to disrupt the ‘dirty queer’ impulses of emergent AI platforms. Second keynote is at Sunday’s closure by Esra’a Al Shafei, Wikimedia Foundation’s Board of Trustees vice chair, entitled: Digital Public Spaces for Queer Communities.

If you have been an active Wikimedian or enthusiast, supporting LGBT+ activities or if you identify as part of the larger LGBT+ community and allies in Wikimedia, please join us in advancing this thematic work. We encourage you to join online or in person with fellow Wikimedians if it is easy and safe to do so. Our working languages are English and Spanish, with possible local language support at sites of Nodes.

Registration for the online event is free and is open until Wednesday May 10th at 18:00 UTC, for safety protocol. Late event registration approval and event access denial is at the discretion of organizers.

More information, and registration details, may be found on Meta at QW2023

Thanks, from Wikimedia LGBT+ User Group via MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 22:56, 9 May 2023 (UTC)Reply

Growth team newsletter #26 edit

15:14, 29 May 2023 (UTC)

Growth team newsletter #27 edit

12:42, 1 August 2023 (UTC)

Growth team newsletter #28 edit

Trizek_(WMF) Discussion 23:16, 16 October 2023 (UTC)Reply

Growth team newsletter #29 edit

18:04, 1 December 2023 (UTC)