Wikimedia Foundation Community Affairs Committee/2023-12-07 Conversation with Trustees

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The Community Affairs Committee – a committee of the Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees – will be hosting the next Conversation with the Trustees on 7 December from 19:00-20:30 UTC. This conversation is an opportunity for community members to speak directly with the trustees about their work. The Board of Trustees is a volunteer body of movement leaders and external experts in charge of guiding the Wikimedia Foundation and ensuring its accountability.

How to participate[edit]

This conversation will be held on Zoom with a live YouTube stream. The call will be 90 minutes and will consist of updates as well as open Q&A and conversation.

The call will be interactive, so participants are encouraged to join directly in Zoom. All community members in good standing will be able to participate there. Request the Zoom link by emailing askcac(_AT_) If you would like to be added to a list to receive emails with Zoom links for these calls in the future, please indicate that in your email.

For those that cannot attend live, the recording will be immediately available via the same YouTube link. It will also be uploaded to Commons and posted here in the days following the event.

Submit your questions[edit]

Bring questions to ask live during the open Q&A, or submit them ahead of time to askcac(_AT_)

Language interpretation[edit]

There will be interpretation for languages where there are five or more interested community members. To request interpretation, email askcac(_AT_) You can do this up until 5 days before the meeting to allow us to make the necessary arrangements.


  • Product and Technology updates
  • Developments in AI and the Foundation's current work
  • Talking:2024 - an invite to talk about the future of Wikimedia with Foundation senior leadership and trustees
  • Board updates
  • More to come