Hardware donation program/Geugeor
Your contact information
- your username
- your contact e-mail (optional)
Explain your plan
Tell us about how you contribute currently, and how you would contribute if WMF were to gift a used laptop to you.
- I am a co-founder of Wikimedians of Cameroon User Group and also a Wikipedian in Residence in Wiki Loves Women project in Cameroon. Each month, I organise at least one workshop and training about Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons in Douala and Yaounde. The main support of my work is the computer.
Add the existing Wikimedia projects (Wikipedia, Commons, etc.) and language versions that you seek to impact with this equipment.
Work you're proud of
Show us (through links) some of your best Wikimedia work, on or off wiki, to help us get a sense for the kind of work you do. (no more than 3 or 4 links at most, please.)
IF YOU ARE REQUESTING THIS ON BEHALF OF A WIKIMEDIA AFFILIATE (i.e. to be owned by a Wikimedia affiliate rather than an individual), please type your affiliate name below, and add a link to your affiliate's public equipment tracking page.
- Affiliate name
- Wikimedians of Cameroon User Group
- Public equipment tracking page
- Georges is an active Wikimedian and I think a hardware for him will go a long way to boost the efficiency of his work hence impacting the community in a positive way. Supporting this totally! --Alangi Derick (talk) 08:39, 21 March 2018 (UTC)
- Geugeor ist one of the most acitve Wikimedians in Cameroon. He has shown that his outreach work has a big impact on developing the Wikimedia Cameroon User Group and the knwoledge about the Wikimedia projects in his country. More hardware would benefit his projects. I fully endorse this application. --Gereon K. (talk) 07:03, 2 April 2018 (UTC)
- Fully endorse that application as well. Georges is the leader of several programs so it should benefit the whole project. Anthere (talk) 06:46, 3 April 2018 (UTC)
You are encouraged to track the impact this equipment has helped you make. This encourages WMF to donate more hardware.