Wikimedia Foundation/Annual Report/2010-11
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Please sign and date your comments. JayWalsh 23:38, 15 December 2011 (UTC)
- The talk is about WMF being a sum of projects with Wikipedia as the flagship. Yet one looks at the 2015 targets, the focus just seems to be solely for WP, the other projects don't seem to rate. I think that a WP target is fantastic, however, it would have been great to see targets which encompasses the other projects, that omission/oversight is disappointing, and indicates or means that these parts of the project will continue to struggle to get resources. billinghurst sDrewth 09:13, 17 December 2011 (UTC)
- These targets are reproduced from the 2010-15 strategic plan, and in my understanding only one of them (the 50 million articles) is Wikipedia-specific. If the other projects grew to attract a substantial portion of the unique visitors or active editors of Wikimedia projects, for example, this would count towards the first and fourth target. However this was not the status quo around the time these goals were formulated last year - in a collaborative community process, which I am not familiar enough with to be able to tell you for sure whether it was considered to include targets that are specifically about non-Wikipedia projects. Regards, Tbayer (WMF) 15:45, 17 December 2011 (UTC)