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Ebe â bụ̀ ǹgà ha n'àkpata okwu gbasara ọrụrụ àkà àzụ Wikipidia.

Nkàta[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ị jụrụ màkà ịbụzie onyeòdìdo Wikipidia Ìgbò[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

A chọ̀m̀ ị bụ onyeòdìdo Wikipidia Ìgbò kà m nwe ike ị dozima Wikipidia ǹkè â. A rụsịsalam nà Wikipidia Ìgbò â kem̀gbè ogè dịrị anya, mànà a kataralam nà aka ọrụ nke gbasara ị dozima Wikipidia Igbo mma. A chọ̀m̀ ị bụ onye ndu gị dubàta madụ̀ ǹgà â màkà madụ̀ a na èmezima mà ị ketara edemede nà Wikipidia Ìgbò. Álúsí Wikipedia Ìgbo - okwú na ókà 21:54, 5 Önwa Ise 2018 (UTC)

E tìrim okwu gbasra njụjụ â nà ebe â: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Steward_requests/Permissions#Ukabia@ig.wikipedia.org. Álúsí Wikipedia Ìgbo - okwú na ókà 21:56, 5 Önwa Ise 2018 (UTC)

Join the conversation on the Universal Code of Conduct![mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Greetings / E kene m unu!

After about 3 years of rigorous discussions aimed at shaping the Wikimedia 2030 strategy, the Wikimedia community has come up with ten (10) solid recommendations that would guide our actions from now on in this movement. One very important recommendation in the line-up is to “Provide for Safety and Inclusion” and a major action point in this recommendation is to create a universal code of conduct, which would be designed and implemented in conjunction with our communities across the globe.

The universal code of conduct would be a movement-wide policy which seeks to ensure the existence of a universal baseline of acceptable behaviour for everyone participating in our movement, in order to minimize incidents of harassment, bullying, discrimination or even disenfranchisement. This is even more important for much smaller Wikipedia languages like the Igbo Wikipedia, where policies like this do not already exist. A first draft of the Universal Code of Conduct was concluded in October 2020.

As a global movement, we aim to further develop and enforce this very important blueprint through an inclusive process, with respect to local contexts and existing structures. Hence, we would like to invite the Igbo Wikipedia community to discuss the different ways that you think that the Universal Code of Conduct should be implemented on this Wikipedia and across the global movement.

You can share your initial thoughts directly under this message, or on the UCoC meta talk page. You can also reach out to me personally on my talkpage or privately through my e-mail (soyeyele-ctr@wikimedia.org). For further general information on the universal code of conduct, please also check out our frequently asked questions page.--SOyeyele (WMF) (talk) 12:10, 18 Ọnwam̀bụ 2021 (UTC)

Hi Sam, daalụ maka ekele gị, ekeleekwa m gị 😊 The best way to reach our Community is usually through our WhatsApp group, Twitter and Facebook pages. For a virtual discussion, we simply send out the information and reminders prior to the day of the meeting.

We're glad to work together to achieve great results. Let us know if you would require further assistance. Tochiprecious (talk) 13:48, Abalị abụọ n'ọnwa abụọ n'afọ 2021 (UTC)

Universal Code of Conduct: Thank You![mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Greetings!

A big thank you to every person who participated in the enforcement discussions for the Universal Code of Conduct policy. Please note that the summary of our discussions across various platforms is now available on meta, here. Please feel free to translate to your local language for a wider reach. Thank you again!--SOyeyele (WMF) (talk) 22:21, 14 Ọnwaànọ 2021 (UTC)

Universal Code of Conduct News – Issue 2[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Universal Code of Conduct News
Issue 2, July 2021Read the full newsletter


Welcome to the second issue of Universal Code of Conduct News! This newsletter will help Wikimedians stay involved with the development of the new code and will distribute relevant news, research, and upcoming events related to the UCoC.

If you haven’t already, please remember to subscribe here if you would like to be notified about future editions of the newsletter, and also leave your username here if you’d like to be contacted to help with translations in the future.

  • Enforcement Draft Guidelines Review - Initial meetings of the drafting committee have helped to connect and align key topics on enforcement, while highlighting prior research around existing processes and gaps within our movement. (continue reading)
  • Targets of Harassment Research - To support the drafting committee, the Wikimedia Foundation has conducted a research project focused on experiences of harassment on Wikimedia projects. (continue reading)
  • Functionaries’ Consultation - Since June, Functionaries from across the various wikis have been meeting to discuss what the future will look like in a global context with the UCoC. (continue reading)
  • Roundtable Discussions - The UCoC facilitation team once again, hosted another roundtable discussion, this time for Korean-speaking community members and participants of other ESEAP projects to discuss the enforcement of the UCoC. (continue reading)
  • Early Adoption of UCoC by Communities - Since its ratification by the Board in February 2021, situations whereby UCoC is being adopted and applied within the Wikimedia community has grown. (continue reading)
  • New Timeline for the Interim Trust & Safety Case Review Committee - The CRC was originally expected to conclude by July 1. However, with the UCoC now expected to be in development until December, the timeline for the CRC has also changed. (continue reading)
  • Wikimania - The UCoC team is planning to hold a moderated discussion featuring representatives across the movement during Wikimania 2021. It also plans to have a presence at the conference’s Community Village. (continue reading)
  • Diff blogs - Check out the most recent publications about the UCoC on Wikimedia Diff blog. (continue reading)

--SOyeyele (WMF) (talk) 16:11, 14 Ọnwaàsaà 2021 (UTC)

Universal Code of Conduct - Enforcement draft guidelines review[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

The Universal Code of Conduct Phase 2 drafting committee would like comments about the enforcement draft guidelines for the Universal Code of Conduct (UCoC). This review period is planned for 17 August 2021 through 17 October 2021.

These guidelines are not final but you can help move the progress forward. The committee will revise the guidelines based upon community input.

Comments can be shared in any language on the draft review talk page and multiple other venues. Community members are encouraged to organize conversations in their communities.

There are planned live discussions about the UCoC enforcement draft guidelines:

Wikimania 2021 session (recorded 16 August)
Conversation hours - 24 August, 31 August, 7 September @ 03:00 UTC & 14:00 UTC
Roundtable calls - 18 September @ 03:00 UTC & 15:00 UTC

Summaries of discussions will be posted every two weeks here.--SOyeyele (WMF) (talk) 19:09, 18 Ọnwaàsatọ 2021 (UTC)

2021 Board election voting opens![mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Voting for the 2021 Board of Trustees election is now open. Candidates from the community were asked to submit their candidacy. After a three week long Call for Candidates, there are 19 candidates for the 2021 election.

The Wikimedia movement has the opportunity to vote for the selection of community-and-affiliate trustees. By voting, you will help to identify those people who have the qualities to best serve the needs of the movement for the next several years. The Board is expected to select the four most voted candidates to serve as trustees. Voting closes 31 August 2021.

The Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees oversees the Wikimedia Foundation's operations. The Board wants to improve their competences and diversity as a team. They have shared the areas of expertise that they are currently missing and hope to cover with new trustees.

Learn more about candidates. Learn about the Board of Trustees. Vote.

Read the full announcement.

Best, The Elections Committee

--SOyeyele (WMF) (talk) 23:27, 18 Ọnwaàsatọ 2021 (UTC)

Universal Code of Conduct News – Issue 3[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Universal Code of Conduct News
Issue 3, August 2021Read the full newsletter


Welcome to the third issue of Universal Code of Conduct News! This newsletter will help Wikimedians stay involved with the development of the new code and will distribute relevant news, research, and upcoming events related to the UCoC.

If you haven’t already, please remember to subscribe here if you would like to be notified about future editions of the newsletter, and also leave your username here if you’d like to be contacted to help with translations in the future.

  • The Enforcement Draft Guidelines - The Enforcement Draft Guidelines for the Universal Code of Conduct has just been published on meta in different languages. These guidelines include some definitions of newly introduced terms and recommendations for local enforcement structures. (continue reading)
  • Enforcement Draft Guidelines Review - Before the enforcement guidelines are finalized, they must be reviewed and discussed by the community. The facilitation team has set up various discussion means throughout this review period. (continue reading)
  • Conversation Hours & Roundtables - To listen to community opinions and exchange ideas regarding enforcement draft guidelines proposed by the drafting committee, the UCoC facilitation team will be hosting weekly conversation hours. (continue reading)
  • Wikimania Wrap-up - The facilitation team hosted a Roundtable at Wikimania 2021, featuring some WMF trustees and staff. The session offered some insights on how the Enforcement Draft Guidelines came about, and what next steps are being imagined. (continue reading)
  • Translation - Because a considerable number of Wikimedians are not English speakers, and that UCoC applies to all members, projects across the wikimedia movement, it’s of a great importance to provide adequate language support throughout this process. (continue reading)
  • Diff blogs - Check out some interesting publications about the UCoC on Wikimedia Diff blog. (continue reading)
  • WMF's 2021 Board of Trustees election - Please read the Candidate Presentations and vote! (continue reading)

--SOyeyele (WMF) (talk) 16:50, 27 Ọnwaàsatọ 2021 (UTC)

Results for the most contended Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees election[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

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Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2021 Board election. The Elections Committee has reviewed the votes of the 2021 Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees election, organized to select four new trustees. A record 6,873 people from across 214 projects cast their valid votes. The following four candidates received the most support:

  1. Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight
  2. Victoria Doronina
  3. Dariusz Jemielniak
  4. Lorenzo Losa

While these candidates have been ranked through the community vote, they are not yet appointed to the Board of Trustees. They still need to pass a successful background check and meet the qualifications outlined in the Bylaws. The Board has set a tentative date to appoint new trustees at the end of this month.

Read the full announcement here.--SOyeyele (WMF) (talk) 22:50, 7 Ọnwa itoolu 2021 (UTC)

Movement Charter Drafting Committee - Community Elections to take place October 11 - 24[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

This is a short message with an update from the Movement Charter process. The call for candidates for the Drafting Committee closed September 14, and we got a diverse range of candidates. The committee will consist of 15 members, and those will be (s)elected via three different ways.

The 15 member committee will be selected with a 3-step process:

  • Election process for project communities to elect 7 members of the committee.
  • Selection process for affiliates to select 6 members of the committee.
  • Wikimedia Foundation process to appoint 2 members of the committee.

The community elections will take place between October 11 and October 24. The other process will take place in parallel, so that all processes will be concluded by November 1.

For the full context of the Movement Charter, its role, as well the process for its creation, please have a look at Meta. You can also contact us at any time on Telegram or via email (wikimedia2030@wikimedia.org).--SOyeyele (WMF) (kwuo) 19:53, 23 Ọnwa itoolu 2021 (UTC)

Universal Code of Conduct Draft Enforcement Guidelines review still needs your ideas and opinions[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Hello, this is just a reminder that the Universal Code of Conduct Draft Enforcement Guidelines are open for review and comment. The Drafting Committee will start working on revisions and improvement in less than two weeks (October 17), so it is important that you give them your ideas and opinions soon!

There is now a short, simple version of the Draft Guidelines here to make your review easier. If possible, also help translate the short version into more languages!

We will also hold one last conversation hour on October 15, 2021 03:00 and 14:00 UTC.

On behalf of the Drafting Committee, much thanks to everyone who has given ideas so far. We hope to hear from more of you - the Guidelines will be much stronger if more opinions are included.--SOyeyele (WMF) (kwuo) 16:13, 6 Ọnwa iri 2021 (UTC)

Movement Charter Drafting Committee (MCDC) Election Starts[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Voting for the election for the members for the Movement Charter drafting committee is now open. In total, 70 Wikimedians from around the world are running for 7 seats in these elections.

Voting is open from October 12 to October 24, 2021.

The committee will consist of 15 members in total: The online communities vote for 7 members, 6 members will be selected by the Wikimedia affiliates through a parallel process, and 2 members will be appointed by the Wikimedia Foundation. The plan is to assemble the committee by November 1, 2021.

  • We are piloting a voting advice application for this election. Click yourself through the tool and you will see which candidate is closest to you!

--SOyeyele (WMF) (kwuo) 16:27, 13 Ọnwa iri 2021 (UTC)

Universal Code of Conduct News – Issue 4[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Universal Code of Conduct News
Issue 4, October 2021Read the full newsletter


Welcome to the fourth issue of Universal Code of Conduct News! This newsletter will help Wikimedians stay involved with the development of the new code and will distribute relevant news, research, and upcoming events related to the UCoC.

If you haven’t already, please remember to subscribe here if you would like to be notified about future editions of the newsletter, and also leave your username here if you’d like to be contacted to help with translations in the future.

  • Enforcement Draft Guidelines Review Wrap-up - The Universal Code of Conduct Enforcement Draft Guidelines Review will come to a close on 17 October 2021, after more than two months of extensive consultations. (continue reading)
  • Roundtable Discussions and Conversation Hours - Another successful roundtable session happened on September 18, 2021 to discuss the EDGR. One last conversation hour will be happening on October 15th, 2021. (continue reading)
  • Movement Charter Drafting Committee Elections - The Movement Charter Drafting Committee selection process has kicked off and will be open until October 25, 2021. Contributors to Wikimedia projects can elect their favorite candidates on to the committee. (continue reading)
  • New Direction for the Newsletter - As we round-up the consultation processes for the Universal Code of Conduct, the facilitation team is currently envisioning new directions for the newsletter. (continue reading)
  • Diff Blogs - Check out the most recent publications about the UCoC on Wikimedia Diff. (continue reading)

--SOyeyele (WMF) (kwuo) 21:48, 14 Ọnwa iri 2021 (UTC)

Learn how Movement Strategy Implementation Grants can support your Movement Strategy plans[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Please be informed that the Movement Strategy Implementation grants is back and it now provides more than $2,000 USD to put Movement Strategy plans into action. Find out more about Movement Strategy Implementation grants, the criteria, and how to apply here

Also, the Movement Charter Drafting Committee election is still ongoing. It would be great to increase community participation. If you haven't voted, now is the time. Please vote here before October 24.

Thank you!--SOyeyele (WMF) (kwuo) 16:29, 20 Ọnwa iri 2021 (UTC)

Meet the new Movement Charter Drafting Committee members[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

The Movement Charter Drafting Committee election and selection processes are complete.

The committee will convene soon to start its work. The committee can appoint up to three more members to bridge diversity and expertise gaps.

If you are interested in engaging with Movement Charter drafting process, follow the updates on Meta and join the Telegram group.

With thanks from the Movement Strategy and Governance team.--SOyeyele (WMF) (kwuo) 17:53, 1 Ọnwa iri na otù 2021 (UTC)

Upcoming Call for Feedback about the Board of Trustees elections[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

You can find this message translated into additional languages on Meta-wiki.

The Board of Trustees is preparing a call for feedback about the upcoming Board Elections, from January 7 - February 10, 2022.

While details will be finalized the week before the call, we have confirmed at least two questions that will be asked during this call for feedback:

  • What is the best way to ensure fair representation of emerging communities among the Board?
  • What involvement should candidates have during the election?

While additional questions may be added, the Movement Strategy and Governance team wants to provide time for community members and affiliates to consider and prepare ideas on the confirmed questions before the call opens. We apologize for not having a complete list of questions at this time. The list of questions should only grow by one or two questions. The intention is to not overwhelm the community with requests, but provide notice and welcome feedback on these important questions.

Do you want to help organize local conversation during this Call?

Contact the Movement Strategy and Governance team on Meta, on Telegram, or via email at msg(_AT_)wikimedia.org.

Reach out if you have any questions or concerns. The Movement Strategy and Governance team will be minimally staffed until January 3. Please excuse any delayed response during this time. We also recognize some community members and affiliates are offline during the December holidays. We apologize if our message has reached you while you are on holiday.--SOyeyele (WMF) (kwuo) 14:38, 29 Ọnwa iri na abụọ 2021 (UTC)

Call for Feedback about the Board of Trustees elections is now open[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

You can find this message translated into additional languages on Meta-wiki.

The Call for Feedback: Board of Trustees elections is now open and will close on 7 February 2022.

With this Call for Feedback, the Movement Strategy and Governance team is taking a different approach. This approach incorporates community feedback from 2021. Instead of leading with proposals, the Call is framed around key questions from the Board of Trustees. The key questions came from the feedback about the 2021 Board of Trustees election. The intention is to inspire collective conversation and collaborative proposal development about these key questions.

Join the conversation.

Best,

Movement Strategy and Governance--SOyeyele (WMF) (kwuo) 23:44, 12 Ọnwa mbụ 2022 (UTC)

Movement Strategy and Governance News – Issue 5[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Movement Strategy and Governance News
Issue 5, January 2022Read the full newsletter


Welcome to the fifth issue of Movement Strategy and Governance News (formerly known as Universal Code of Conduct News)! This revamped newsletter distributes relevant news and events about the Movement Charter, Universal Code of Conduct, Movement Strategy Implementation grants, Board elections and other relevant MSG topics.

This Newsletter will be distributed quarterly, while more frequent Updates will also be delivered weekly or bi-weekly to subscribers. Please remember to subscribe here if you would like to receive these updates.

  • Call for Feedback about the Board elections - We invite you to give your feedback on the upcoming WMF Board of Trustees election. This call for feedback went live on 10th January 2022 and will be concluded on 7th February 2022. (continue reading)
  • Universal Code of Conduct Ratification - In 2021, the WMF asked communities about how to enforce the Universal Code of Conduct policy text. The revised draft of the enforcement guidelines should be ready for community vote in March. (continue reading)
  • Movement Strategy Implementation Grants - As we continue to review several interesting proposals, we encourage and welcome more proposals and ideas that target a specific initiative from the Movement Strategy recommendations. (continue reading)
  • The New Direction for the Newsletter - As the UCoC Newsletter transitions into MSG Newsletter, join the facilitation team in envisioning and deciding on the new directions for this newsletter. (continue reading)
  • Diff Blogs - Check out the most recent publications about MSG on Wikimedia Diff. (continue reading)

--SOyeyele (WMF) (kwuo) 16:26, 18 Ọnwa mbụ 2022 (UTC)