Yay for Phoebe being here. :-) -- Philippe 21:42, 31 July 2009 (UTC)
Hi, just wanted to drop a note to let you know that User:Mwpnl configured a welcome bot for us - there shouldn't be any need to welcome users manually any more. But watch for a malfunctioning bot, just in case, and block it if it's being bad. It's User:StrategyBot. -- Philippe 19:01, 2 September 2009 (UTC)
It's about your message here. I must agree with your saying that the old task forces don't converge with the new Emergings Strategy Priorities. They don't and I've asked some questions about this as well. Stretching my mind, I can see that most of the new Emerging Strategy Priorities (ESPs) try to incorporate some of the old Task Forces, and they have their own subject page and talk page by now.
That means to me, if you are added to one of the ESP Task Forces one of these days, you will have to find your way through all of the material that has been added to the Strategy Wikimedia site, find out which is still applicable, which is useful for your Task Force and which will ultimately be part of your advice. That certainly won't be easy. I applied at an early stage and I'm not sure if a Task Force like I applied for, will actually be installed.
Never mind, we'll keep trying. Cheers, - Art Unbound 22:20, 7 October 2009 (UTC)
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My name is Gordon Mueller-Seitz and my colleague, Leonhard Dobusch, and I are currently engaged in a research project relating to the Wikimedia Strategy Process that took place in 2009-2010. Our key interest is to explore how this strategy process actually unfolded.
In this connection, we started with interviewing WM personnel and promoters such as Eugene Kim in a first step. By now we want to broaden our insights in a second step and we would like to kindly inquire if it was possible to make a short telephone interview with you concerning the WM strategy process? If yes, we would very appreciate it if you could suggest a date/time that would suit you and the telephone number we could reach you from April onwards.
Thank you very much for a brief reply. We look forward to hearing from you.
Gordon and Leonhard
Dr. Gordon Mueller-Seitz
Freie Universitaet Berlin, Chair for Inter-firm Cooperation
School of Business & Economics, Dept of Management
Boltzmannstrasse 20, 14195 Berlin (Germany)
Tel.: ++49 30 838 56359, Fax: ++49 30 838 56808
184.108.40.206 21:57, 15 June 2012 (UTC)
Thanks for all of your contributions to the strategy wiki to date! The strategic planning process wouldn't be where it is today without all of your help, both on wiki and off-wiki in our conversations.
We're about to move into the third and final phase of the process, and in many ways, this will be the most challenging. I'm hoping you will continue to be an active presence in shaping the movement's five year strategic plan.
Here are some concrete suggestions as to how you can help moving forward:
- Add your name to Strategic Planning:Hosts. This just formalizes what I think has been true all along; that you care about this process, and that you're doing what you can to help it along moving forward.
- Help organize and improve this wiki! Starting next week (January 18, 2010), we're going to be encouraging many more people to come participate, and we want to make sure this wiki is as presentable as possible. A comprehensive list of things to do is at Strategic Planning:To-do list.
- Invite people to participate! Encourage volunteers to discuss Task force/Recommendations.
- Finally, we need to clearly describe what this final phase is going to look like. In particular, we could use feedback and discussion on Strategic Planning:Decision-Making.
Let me know what you think! Many, many thanks!
I look forward to working with you on the Enhance community health and culture task force.
The task force page has our mandate and a list of questions for us to answer. This is a beginning list of resources for us to use. We may need to look for more.
To get the ball rolling I put the questions on the talk page for us to start discussing a plan for answering them.
Please suggestion any ideas about how to better organized ourselves.
Sydney (aka FloNight)