User talk:Mountain

From Strategic Planning

Welcome to the Wikimedia Foundation's strategic planning process. We appreciate your interest in taking part. You can start by reading our Community guidelines. Check out the links on the Main Page and find an area that interests you. Please feel free to ask me any questions, or you may leave a message on the Village pump.

-- Philippe 19:42, 15 August 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Hi Mountain. Take a look at LiquidThreads on Village pump when you get the chance. You may want to use it for the China Task Force rather than the usual Talk page. --Eekim 00:57, 14 October 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Hello Mingli, It is wonderful to meet you. I am a member of the team from Bridgespan, and I am going to be following this task force's progress and contributing information where I can. If you have questions about our initial research regarding the opportunities and challenges of expanding reach and participation in China, please let me know. In addition, if there is additional data or analysis that you think it would be particularly helpful for the task force to have in order to identify recommendations for Wikimedia, I may also be able to be a resource to you. I am particularly excited to work on the China task force as I spent three years living in Beijing. 我住在北京的时候可以说和看中文。现在我的中文水平不太好但是我很高兴跟你们一起工作! Sarah476 16:54, 16 October 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Nice to meet you, Sarah. It is great that you can understand Chinese!

Next Steps

Next steps!
It's time to answer some questions! Would you check out the list of questions that were submitted by the community and others and try to answer some? -- Philippe 01:57, 22 October 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

New graph

Thanks for the compliment. I just draw 3 overlapping circles and filled it with the same colors of your graph... HenkvD 15:25, 24 October 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Discussing Movement Goals

Hi Mountain! We've had a good few months to discuss the Task Force recommendations, and it's important that we start converging on goals. If you could jump in on the most recent thread, that would be great. Thanks!