Movement Strategy/Initiatives/Peer spaces
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Improving the User Experience of the Wikimedia platform involves creating ways for peers and similar users to connect with each other. This will allow, for example, users with a shared interest in improving design to meet and collaborate with each other. It also encourages mentorship and exchanges of help and support through a peer network.
Spaces that allow finding peers with specific interests, roles, and objectives along with communication channels to interact, collaborate and mentor each other.—
Join or start a discussion on Meta or the "Improve User Experience" space of the Movement Strategy Forum.
Apply for a Movement Strategy implementation grant to create a project that advances this initiative.
If you need help in getting involved, please don't hesitate to get in touch directly with members of the Movement Strategy and Governance Team. They are here to help!
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|Initiative||Project||Stakeholder type||Project lead||Geography of the project||Implementation Phase|
|14. Peer-to-peer spaces||Overall Initiative Coordination|
|14. Peer-to-peer spaces||Learning Match / Peer-to-Peer Proposal||WMF|
|14. Peer-to-peer spaces||capacityXchange/cXc2021|
|14. Peer-to-peer spaces||Community Officer Program||Chapter|
|14. Peer-to-peer spaces||Harmful Content Portfolio||WMF|
|14. Peer-to-peer spaces||Peer Support Networks within the Wikimedia Movement||WMF|
Related documents and discussions
Some of the past discussions, texts and old versions of Movement Strategy recommendations that can provide further context to this initiative: