User talk:Justine Msechu
#WPWPCampaign2021: Learning and evaluation
Hello Justine Msechu,
Many thanks for participating in the WPWP campaign.
We are glad about the level of participation, this year and we are excited to inform you that over 900 volunteers around the world added photos to more than 250,000 articles in 298 languages Wikipedia. This year, we surpassed the 2020 edition's milestone by over 170%.
We are in the process of evaluating the WPWP campaign this year and we need your help. We'd love to get your feedback. Your feedback will allow us to better meet your expectations for the campaign in the next editions.
Please complete a brief survey so that we may learn about your participation in the campaign, strengths, challenges and your expectations. This information will enable us to improve the next editions of the Campaign.
Follow this link to the Survey:
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Movement Charter Drafting Committee Candidacy - additional information
Dear Justine Msechu,
I am reaching out to you in relation to the Movement Charter Drafting Committee candidacy. The main reason for writing this letter is related to ensuring that your profile will be well presented during the upcoming election and selection process.
Request in short:
- Please send us information to strategy2030wikimedia.org regarding your “main wiki project” and expertise by naming the project and choosing 3 areas of competency from the respective matrix. We kindly ask you to send this information by October 3, 2021.
- Add your proposals for “election compass” statements and be prepared to answer a survey with the upvoted statements.
To ensure diversity of the Movement Charter Drafting Committee, there is a limitation in the election process that a maximum of 2 people from the same wiki project can be elected. As a result, we would kindly ask you to define your one main wiki project by writing to strategy2030wikimedia.org
In some discussions with the community members it has been highlighted that while it is easier to assess the diversity of the candidates, it is more difficult to understand the expertise and competencies they have. As a result, we would kindly ask you to reflect on this and choose up to 3 top competencies that you would bring to the committee from the 14 mentioned in the expertise matrix.
We kindly ask you to send your response to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add it for you. The reason for this is that we are locking the page for translations and trying to avoid any editing conflicts. I hope it makes sense.
As you might have read on other channels, we are also setting up an election compass for people to navigate 73 candidacies for the committee. It works like this: You will see statements that we have asked the candidates to position themselves to (support, neutral, oppose; and some lines of reasoning). The tool asks you to position yourself to these statements. At the end, you will see who of the candidates is closest to you.
This will help to highlight your positioning regarding the key matters to be tackled in the Movement Charter and support people in making an informed decision in the election and selection process. You can consult and add your own thoughts on the statement collection page. If you want to understand what the tool will look like, see the prototype on Toolforge.
There is no action needed from you know, but we will come back to you with a survey in about 10 days time and would kindly ask you to fill it to be well presented in this compass. We truly believe that it is a good way to support people in making sense of all the nominations and hope you see it as an interesting and beneficial approach.
Closing and translating candidate statements
We are closing the candidate page on meta to manage the translations. As a result, no further edits to your statements can be made.
Hello! We would like to write you an e-mail, as you are running as a candidate for the Movement Charter Drafting Committee! Please reach out to us via strategy2030wikimedia.org. Thank you! --Cornelius Kibelka (WMF) (talk to me) 19:22, 4 October 2021 (UTC)
Leadership Development Working Group: Reminder to apply by 10 April 2022
Hello, I'm reaching out to you today as you've previously expressed interest in Movement Strategy and Governance-related topics. I was hoping to share the below message with you and your talk page guests, as the call for applications for this working group ends soon.
The Community Development team at the Wikimedia Foundation is supporting the creation of a global, community-driven Leadership Development Working Group. The purpose of the working group is to advise leadership development work. Feedback was collected in February 2022 and a summary of the feedback is on Meta-wiki. The application period to join the Working Group is now open and is closing soon on April 10, 2022. Please review the information about the working group, share with community members who might be interested, and apply if you are interested.
Join Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos 2022
Hello Justine Msechu,
Thank you for participating in the Wikipedia Pages Wanting Photos campaign last year.
We are glad to inform you that this year's edition started on 1 July, 2022. You are invited to participate in the campaign again to help improve the quality of Wikipedia articles with photos and contextual images. For more information about the campaign and how to participate, please visit the campaign page here.
If you have any questions or query please feel free to contact the organizing team, leave a message at the campaign's talkpage or send an email to wpwpcampaigngmail.com.
This Month in Education: September 2022
Request for deletion for Meta:Let’s Connect Peer Learning Program/About
Dear Justine Msechu,
Please note I have requested the deletion of Meta:Let’s Connect Peer Learning Program/About because it duplicates Let’s Connect Peer Learning Program/About. You may give your viewpoint. -- Pols12 (talk) 13:51, 16 November 2022 (UTC)
- Hello,Thank you for information,
- Let's connect Pear learning program in Tanzania is the program which is under Let's Connect so the mate page about is used because of that,but you can give us a suggestion instead of deleting it so as to be improved.
- Thank you. Justine Msechu (talk) 14:28, 16 November 2022 (UTC)
- I believe you did not understand the issue: actually, there are two distinct /about pages: the first one is in main namespace, whereas the second one is in Meta: namespace. Since they are duplicating themselves, I think we should delete the second one because the page should not be in Meta: namespace. -- Pols12 (talk) 14:39, 16 November 2022 (UTC)
This Month in Education: End of the 2022
Do you wish to subscribe to Wikimedians for Sustainable Development Newsletter?
Hello! Thanks for being a member of Wikimedians for Sustainable Development. We recently did a poll and understood that our newsletter was quite unknown. This is therefore a one-time invitation for all our members to sign up for our monthly newsletter. Best regards, Onwuka Glory (talk) 10:30, 28 December 2022 (UTC)