- 1 UNESCO Challenge
- 2 UNESCO Challenge book prize
- 3 Invitation to Met Open Access Artworks Challenge (15 May - 30 June)
- 4 Forth prize in the Connected Open Heritage Challenge
- 5 Wikipedia Asian Art Month with Metropolitan Museum of Art
- 6 Wikimedia diversity - What happened at the conference and how to follow up
- 7 The Community Wishlist Survey
- 8 Extended to Dec: Wikipedia Asian Art Month with Metropolitan Museum of Art
- 9 Wikimania Ambassador
Thank you for your contributions in the UNESCO Challenge. However, please chose images to illustrate the articles with care. Points will not be awarded for contributions that are not kept on the wiki where the contribution was made. Be careful to follow the local Wikipedia policies.
I suggest you go over the articles and see if you could add one or two images to the articles instead, and adjust your score accordingly.
Best regards and good luck in the Challenge,
- Hi John Andersson (WMSE), Thanks for the feedback. I have made the changes based on the latest version of the article. Jsamwrites (talk) 11:38, 4 May 2017 (UTC)
UNESCO Challenge book prize
Hello! Thank you for your contributions about the Swedish World Heritage! You are now eligeble for a book prize. Please send an address where you want it shipped to jan.ainaliraa.se. If you prefer to not provide an address, the book is also available for download here (pdf, 5 MB). Best regards, Ainali (talk) 06:43, 31 May 2017 (UTC)
Invitation to Met Open Access Artworks Challenge (15 May - 30 June)
We'd like to invite UNESCO participants to join a new challenge on the same model, the Met Open Access Artworks Challenge. You can contribute by illustrating with images using some of the 375k photos now under CC0, starting or improving articles (try our new Mbabel tool!), or creating translations (if your language isn't listed, please ask!). You can sign up here: Met Open Access Artworks Challenge/Participants. --Pharos (talk) 18:00, 5 June 2017 (UTC)
Forth prize in the Connected Open Heritage Challenge
Congratulations to the 4th place in the COH Challenge! Well done and thank you! To thank you for your contribution and recognize your effort, we will send you a series of Wikimedia Sverige and Wikipedia SWAG.
We hope you appreciated participating in the contest. We may organize similar contests in the future, and if you have any input you would like to share with us, please tell us in an email to eric.luthwikimedia.se.
- Thanks John Andersson (WMSE). Even though, there were less number of participants compared to UNESCO Challenge, it was a great experience in participating in this challenge till the end. I will send my feedback in a separate email. John Samuel 19:10, 7 September 2017 (UTC)
- Thank you John Samuel! It was really fun organizing it as well. Looking forward to your feedback. Best, John Andersson (WMSE) (talk) 03:52, 8 September 2017 (UTC)
Wikipedia Asian Art Month with Metropolitan Museum of Art
I'd like to invite you to join Wikipedia Asian Art Month; if you write or translate just one article and include one of our images, you'll get a special Metropolitan Museum of Art postcard. And if you're one of the grand prize winners, you'll get a Met guidebook or Asian art publication.--Pharos (talk) 19:44, 23 November 2017 (UTC)
Wikimedia diversity - What happened at the conference and how to follow up
We are messaging you now because you signed up as an ambassador for Wikimedia Diversity Conference 2017. We are sharing this message far and wide, so apologies in advance if you are receiving this message twice.
During the conference, we dedicated a full afternoon to discussing the strategic direction and what it means for the work on diversity in the Wikimedia movement. Compiling the outcomes of those conversations, we summarized the key problems and solutions identified, and we created a summary statement. But the conversation is far from over! We still need to hear from diversity ambassadors: (1) what does working for diversity mean at your local context?; (2) what are the needs that should be addressed; (3) what resources are relevant for these identified needs?
We know that diversity gains meaning in context, and this is why we need to hear every voice. Please take a few minutes to go over to the diversity conversation page and add your comments.
If you’d like to stay in touch, and share your experience working for diversity with others, add your profile on our group here.
The Community Wishlist Survey
You get this message because you’ve previously participated in the Community Wishlist Survey. I just wanted to let you know that this year’s survey is now open for proposals. You can suggest technical changes until 11 November: Community Wishlist Survey 2019.
You can vote from November 16 to November 30. To keep the number of messages at a reasonable level, I won’t send out a separate reminder to you about that. /Johan (WMF) 11:25, 30 October 2018 (UTC)
Extended to Dec: Wikipedia Asian Art Month with Metropolitan Museum of Art
I'd like to invite you to join Wikipedia Asian Art Month in the December extension of the sub-contest; if you write or translate just one article and include one of our images, you'll get a special Metropolitan Museum of Art postcard. And if you're one of the grand prize winners, you'll get a Met guidebook or Asian art publication.--Pharos (talk) 21:32, 5 December 2018 (UTC)
I noticed that you have signed up as a Wikimedia Diversity Ambassador, after the Diversity Conference held in Stockholm 2017. In August this year, Wikimania will take place in Stockholm, and our goal is to use Ambassadors to reach out to local communities, to spread the news about the conference and the outcomes afterwards. The conference theme (still to be announced) will connect closely to diversity. If you would like to be involved as a Wikimania ambassador, please sign up at the Ambassador page at the Wikimania wiki!
A first thing to do, if you would like to help out, would be to translate the scholarship page at the Wikimania wiki into the language(s) you speak!