Grants talk:TPS/Mohammed Galib Hasan/ICEEL2017
Mohammed Galib Hasan The education team would like to endorse this TPS, but you need to revise it to reflect that you will be presenting about your local activities in Taiwan and Bangladesh, and not about "global education." We are concerned about the messaging of "global education," as neither presenter has expertise or experience in that field. We are very happy to support a presentation that recognizes local achievements. If you revise the TPS to reflect that, we can gladly endorse it. NSaad (WMF) (talk) 19:55, 6 September 2017 (UTC)
Thanks, NSaad (WMF) for your reply. Yes, I also agree with you about to represent the local activities in Taiwan and Bangladesh. That's why I have Changed the Goal and Expected impact section. I believe that, if we show our Local Wikipedia Community progress in the Conference like how they are working, the participants will be more interested about Wikipedia Education program.Note that, I have revised the presentation and made the correction. Mohammed Galib Hasan (talk) 07:21, 7 September 2017 (UTC)
Dear Mohammed Galib Hasan,
We are pleased to fund your request to participate in ICEEL2017.
In general, we prefer to avoid funding two participants for one presentation at the same event. However, in this case, Nichole Saad of the Wikimedia Foundation's Education Team has written me to let me know that this partnership is strategically valuable for the Education Team because of the specific opportunity for learning and development, so we are making an exception. We understand that Nichole has helped you to develop your proposal accordingly.
We also understand that you have reached out to local Wikimedians in Thailand and will meet with them during the conference. That's great that you are taking advantage of the opportunity to meet with volunteers in the vicinity.
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Does File:ICEEL 2017(9).jpg mean you gave out certificates saying they were "From Wikimedia Foundation"? Seems quite misleading, you're not a representative of the Wikimedia Foundation. --Nemo 12:27, 12 November 2017 (UTC)