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I'm Tar Lócesilion, a Polish Wikipedian since 2010, and between March and September 2017, a WMF contractor as well.
I'm a Polish Wikipedian and a Wikimedian. I've been a member of Polish ArbCom for 1,5 year. I edit meta-pages (Wikipedia, Help, Template, MediaWiki, etc.). As for articles, I write about my home city, law, Tolkien's works, music, and fix a crazy variety of pages :) See my global contributions.
Since 2011 or 2012, I've been a contact person for the WMF technical staff on Polish Wikipedia.
pl-N, en-3, fr-2, la-2, fi-1
I was a link between communities and the 2017 Wikimedia Movement Strategy process. My task was to carry invitations out to communities, run targeted discussions on assigned subjects, monitor discussions on large questions, summarize both English and non-English feedback in English on Metawiki, report on major themes that emerge, and serve as coordinator for workgroups.
I worked on (with communities from):
- multilingual projects (Meta-Wiki, Wikidata, Commons, etc.)
- those wikis (communities) which did't have a coordinator specialized in their language hired by WMF.