We are thrilled to announce the inaugural members of the new Wikimedia Foundation Communications Committee have been selected. These eleven community members were chosen from an impressive group of applicants. We carefully reviewed each candidate, and made our final selections based in part on the overall diversity and skillset of the group as a whole.Continue reading “Announcing the inaugural members of our new Communications Committee”
On September 7-8 in Kampala, Uganda, the Wikimedia Community User Group Uganda and Wikimedia 2030 Core Team teamed up to host the 2019 East Africa Strategy Summit, the first regional movement event held in the East African region.Continue reading “Building community toward a shared future: the East Africa Strategy Summit”
The Wikimedia Foundation Communications department has completed the transition of the old Communications committee to the Movement communications group. The members of the original group were invited to rejoin, and more than half have done so. We are now ready to open membership up to new members from across the movement.
The Wikimedia movement communications group is an opportunity for members of the Wikimedia community to discuss topics related to movement communications. Topics of discussion can be raised by any member of the group, including those from the Wikimedia Foundation Communications department. Conversations in the group may range from brainstorming opportunities to advance the movement to chatting about a problem faced by a specific community to coordinating communications efforts on major events.
The Movement communications group is open to anyone in the Wikimedia community working on communications for Wikimedia activities or communities.
For more information or to join, visit the group’s Meta-Wiki page: https://w.wiki/7×7
The signup form is available on Meta-Wiki: https://w.wiki/7×6