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    I am Tisza Gergő (eastern name order), a Wikipedian from Hungary (my user page there has more information). I am a volunteer for Wikimedia Hungary and a MediaWiki developer. I'm mainly involved in technical issues (gadgets, bots, bug reports etc.) and governance discussions (via the chapter and via the movement strategy process); sometimes I do work related to copyright law (OTRS, local lobbying) and interface translation. I used to be a content writer and administrator on Hungarian Wikipedia but I don't have time for that these days.

    Since 2013 I have been working for the Wikimedia Foundation. My staff account is User:Tgr (WMF). Although I work for the Wikimedia Foundation, contributions under this account are exclusively in my individual, personal capacity.

    I have been involved with the 2030 movement strategy as a volunteer, first as a member of the Product & Technology working group, then as a writer.

    Some older thoughts on strategy: We need a wikiproject incubator to enable innovation (2017 developer summit position statement), Reliable, accessible information on life-altering topics (2015 Reading department strategy), Make MediaWiki commercially viable. See also my candidacy statement for the Movement Charter Drafting Committee.

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