China and Africa

    So do it. :) Really, that doesn't take investment from the Foundation. There's no reason chapters or other parts of the Movement can't do that. This is about empowerment, at its very base: by saying that "This is not a priority for the Foundation", the Foundation is opening the door for someone else to take it on as a priority, without worrying about whether they're competing with a program the Foundation has, or is making plans to have.

    It seems to me that this is a perfect opportunity for someone to really take this and run with it.

    ~Philippe (WMF)16:34, 24 January 2010