|လုၵ်ႉတီႈ လၢၼ်ႉၼမ်ႉၼဵင်ႈသေ ႁပ်ႉတွၼ်ႈယူႇၶႃႈ။ ၼႃႈလိၵ်ႈၸိူဝ်းၼႆႉတႄႉ ပဵၼ်တီႈဢုပ်ႇဢူဝ်းၼွၵ်ႈၶွပ်ႇ ဢၼ်ၵဵဝ်ႇလူၺ်ႈ ပၢႆးၸၢင်ႈ၊ ၵဵဝ်ႇလူၺ်ႈလွင်ႈၵၢၼ်ငၢၼ်းတႃႇႁဵတ်းလႄႈ ၵဵဝ်ႇလူၺ်ႈဝေႃးႁၢၼ် ၸိူဝ်းၵပ်းၵၢႆႇဝီႇၶီႇၽီးတီးယႃးတႆးၼၼ်ႉယဝ်ႉ။ ၸၢင်ႈဢုပ်ႇဢူဝ်း တီႈၽိူၼ်ဢၼ်ၵဵဝ်ႇၵၢႆႇၵၼ်ၼၼ်ႉ လႆႈယူႇၶႃႈ။ ပေႃးဝႃႈဢမ်ႇႁူႉ တေလႆႈၵႂႃႇဢုပ်ႇဢူဝ်းတီႈလႂ်ၼႆၵေႃႈ ၵႂႃႇဢုပ်ႇဢူဝ်းတီႈ ၽိူၼ်ၵူႈလွင်ႈလွင်ႈ ဢၼ်ဝႃႈၼၼ်ႉလႆႈယူႇ။ တီႈသုတ်း ၶေႃႈဢုပ်ႇဢူဝ်းၸဝ်ႈၵဝ်ႇၼၼ်ႉ ပေႃႉသႂ်ႆပၼ် ~~~~ ဢမ်ႇၼၼ် ၼဵပ်းပၼ်တီႈ ႁၢင်ႈႁိင်ႈလၢႆးမိုဝ်းၼၼ်ႉသေၵေႃႈ ယႃႇလိုမ်းတႃႇလူင်းလၢႆးမိုဝ်းၶႃႈၼႃ။
ၼႃႈလိၵ်ႈဢၼ်ၼႆႉ မၼ်းဢမ်ႇၸႂ်ႈတႃႇဢုပ်ႇဢူဝ်းၵၼ်။ ၼဵၵ်းပၼ်တီႈ ႁၢင်ႈႁိင်ႈ ဢၼ်မီးၽၢႆႇတႂ်ႈၼၼ်ႉသေ သၢင်ႇထုၵ်ႇလူၺ်ႈတင်း ၽိူၼ်လႂ်ၵေႃႈ ၵႂႃႇဢုပ်ႇဢူဝ်းတီႈၽိူၼ်ၼၼ်ႉလႆႈယူႇၶႃႈ။
Wikipedia Asian Month 2019[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Please help translate to your language
Wikipedia Asian Month is back! We wish you all the best of luck for the contest. The basic guidelines of the contest can be found on your local page of Wikipedia Asian Month. For more information, refer to our Meta page for organizers.
Looking forward to meet the next ambassadors for Wikipedia Asian Month 2019!
For additional support for organizing offline event, contact our international team on wiki or on email. We would appreciate the translation of this message in the local language by volunteer translators. Thank you!
Extension of Wikipedia Asian Month contest[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
In consideration of a week-long internet block in Iran, Wikipedia Asian Month 2019 contest has been extended for a week past November. The articles submitted till 7th December 2019, 23:59 UTC will be accepted by the fountain tools of the participating wikis.
Please help us translate and spread this message in your local language.
Wikimedia Movement Strategy: 2020 Community Conversations[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Greetings! Wishing you a very happy new year!
We have an update for the next steps of the Movement Strategy! We're preparing for a final round of community conversations with Wikimedia affiliates and online communities around a synthesized set of draft recommendations to start around late/mid January. In the meantime, recommendations’ writers and strategy team has been working on integrating community ideas and feedback into these recommendations. Thank you, for all of your contributions!
The recommendations writers have been working to consolidate the 89 recommendations produced by the working groups. They met in Berlin a few weeks back for an in-person session to produce a synthesized recommendations document which will be shared for public comment around late/mid January. A number of common areas for change were reflected in the recommendations, and the writers assessed and clustered them around these areas. The goal was to outline the overall direction of the change and present one set that is clearly understood, implementable and demonstrates the reasoning behind each.
We will be reaching out to you to help engage your affiliate in discussing this new synthesized version. Your input in helping us refine and advance key ideas will be invaluable, and we are looking forward to engaging with you for a period of thirty days from late/mid January. Our final consultation round is to give communities a chance to "review and discuss" the draft recommendations, highlighting areas of support and concern as well as indicating how your community would be affected.
Please share ideas on how you would like to meet and discuss the final draft recommendations when they are released near Mid January whether through your strategy salons, joining us at global and regional events, joining online conversations, or sending in notes from affiliate discussions. We couldn't do this without you, and hope that you will enjoy seeing your input reflected in the next draft and final recommendations. This will be an opportunity for the movement to review and respond to the recommendations before they are finalized.
If possible, we'd love if you could feature a discussion of the draft recommendations at the next in-person meeting of your affiliate, ideally between the last week of January and the first week of February. If not, please let us know how we can help support you with online conversations and discussing how the draft recommendations fit with the ideas shared at your strategy salon (when applicable).
The input communities have shared so far has been carefully documented, analyzed, and folded into the synthesized draft recommendations. Communities will be able to see footnotes referencing community ideas. What they share again in January/February will be given the same care, seriousness, and transparency.
This final round of community feedback will be presented to the Board of Trustees alongside the final recommendations that will be shared at the Wikimedia Summit.
Warmly -- User:RSharma (WMF) 15:58, 4 ၸၼ်ႇဝႃႇရီႇ 2020 (UTC)
Wiki Loves Folklore[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Wiki Loves Love is back again in 2020 iteration as Wiki Loves Folklore from 1 February, 2020 - 29 February, 2020. Join us to celebrate the local cultural heritage of your region with the theme of folklore in the international photography contest at Wikimedia Commons. Images, videos and audios representing different forms of folk cultures and new forms of heritage that haven’t otherwise been documented so far are welcome submissions in Wiki Loves Folklore. Learn more about the contest at Meta-Wiki and Commons.
Wikimedia 2030: Movement Strategy Community conversations are here![မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Dear Affiliate Representatives and community members,
The launch of our final round of community conversation is finally here! We are excited to have the opportunity to invite you to take part.
The recommendations have been published! Please take time over the next five weeks to review and help us understand how your organization and community would be impacted.
What Does This Mean?
The core recommendations document has now been published on Meta in Arabic, English, French, German, Hindi, Portuguese, and Spanish. This is the result of more than a year of dedicated work by our working groups, and we are pleased to share the evolution of their work for your final consideration.
In addition to the recommendations text, you can read through key documents such as Principles, Process, and the Writer’s Reflections, which lend important context to this work and highlight the ways that the recommendations are conceptually interlinked.
We also have a brief Narrative of Change  which offers a summary introduction to the recommendations material.
How Is My Input Reflected In This Work?
Community input played an important role in the drafting of these recommendations. The core recommendations document reflects this and cites community input throughout in footnotes.
I also encourage you to take a look at our community input summaries. These texts show a further analysis of how all of the ideas you shared last year through online conversations, affiliate meetings, and strategy salons connect to recommendations. Many of the community notes and reports not footnoted in the core recommendations document are referenced here as evidence of the incredible convergence of ideas that have brought us this far.
What Happens Now?
Affiliates, online communities, and other stakeholders have the next five weeks to discuss and share feedback on these recommendations. In particular, we’re hoping to better understand how you think they would impact our movement - what benefits and opportunities do you foresee for your affiliate, and why? What challenges or barriers would they pose for you? Your input at this stage is vital, and we’d like to warmly invite you to participate in this final discussion period.
We encourage volunteer discussion co-ordinators for facilitating these discussions in your local language community on-wiki, on social media, informal or formal meet ups, on-hangouts, IRC or the village pump of your project. Please collect a report from these channels or conversations and connect with me directly so that I can be sure your input is collected and used. Alternatively, you can also post the feedback on the meta talk pages of the respective recommendations.
After this five week period, the Core Team will publish a summary report of input from across affiliates, online communities, and other stakeholders for public review before the recommendations are finalized. You can view our updated timeline here as well as an updated FAQ section that addresses topics like the goal of this current period, the various components of the draft recommendations, and what’s next in more detail.
Thank you again for taking the time to join us in community conversations, and we look forward to receiving your input. (Please help us by translating this message into your local language). Happy reading! RSharma (WMF) MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 21:31, 20 ၸၼ်ႇဝႃႇရီႇ 2020 (UTC)
The 2030 movement strategy recommendations are here![မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Greetings! We are pleased to inform that the 2030 movement strategy recommendations have been published on Meta-wiki. Over the last two years, our movement has worked tirelessly to produce these ideas to change our shared future. Many of you participated in the online conversations, hosted strategy salons, attended regional events, and connected with us in-person at Wikimania. These contributions were invaluable, and will help make our movement stronger for years to come.
The finished set of 10 recommendations emphasizes many of our core values, such as equity, innovation, safety, and coordination, while tasking us jointly to turn this vision into a reality. These recommendations clarify and refine the previous version, which was published in January this year. They are at a high strategic level so that the ideas are flexible enough to be adapted to different global and local settings and will allow us to navigate future challenges. Along with the recommendations, we have outlined 10 underlying principles, a narrative of change, and a glossary of key terms for better context.
The recommendations are available in numerous languages, including Arabic, German, Hindi, English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish for you to read and share widely. We encourage you to read the recommendations in your own time and at your own pace, either online or in a PDF. There are a couple of other formats for you to take a deeper dive if you wish, such as a one-page summary, slides, and office hours, all collected on Meta. If you would like to comment, you are welcome to do so on the Meta talk pages. However, please note that these are the final version of the recommendations. No further edits will be made. This final version of the recommendations embodies an aspiration for how the Wikimedia movement should continue to change in order to advance that direction and meet the Wikimedia vision in a changing world.
In terms of next steps, our focus now shifts toward implementation. In light of the cancellation of the Wikimedia Summit, the Wikimedia Foundation is determining the best steps for moving forward through a series of virtual events over the coming months. We will also be hosting live office hours in the next coming few days, where you can join us to celebrate the Strategy and ask questions! Please stay tuned, and thank you once again for helping to drive our movement forward, together. RSharma (WMF)
Regional Call for South Asia - Oct. 30[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Hi everyone. The time has come to put Movement Strategy into work and we need your help. We are inviting South Asian communities, Indian Wikimedians, and anyone else interested to join a region-focused conversation on Movement Strategy and implementation. Please join us on Friday Oct. 30 at 19.30 / 7:30 pm IST (Google Meet).
The purpose of the meeting is to get prepared for global conversations, to identify priorities for implementation in 2021, and to plan the following steps. There are 10 recommendations and they propose multiple 45 initiatives written over two years by many Wikimedians. It is now up to communities to decide which ones we should work on together in 2021, starting with local and regional conversations. Global meetings will take place later in November when we will discuss global coordination and resources. More information about the global events will be shared soon.
- What is work you’re already doing that is aligned with Movement Strategy?
- What are priorities for you in 2021?
- What are things we should all work on globally?
We would not be able to grow and diversify as a movement if communities from South Asia are not meaningfully involved in implementing the recommendations. Join the conversation with your questions and ideas, or just come to say hi. See you on Friday October 30.
A translatable version of this message can be found on Meta.
Global bot policy proposal: invitation to a Meta discussion[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Wiki Loves Folklore 2021 is back![မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Please help translate to your language
You are humbly invited to participate in the Wiki Loves Folklore 2021 an international photography contest organized on Wikimedia Commons to document folklore and intangible cultural heritage from different regions, including, folk creative activities and many more. It is held every year from the 1st till the 28th of February.
You can help in enriching the folklore documentation on Commons from your region by taking photos, audios, videos, and submitting them in this commons contest.
Wiki loves Folklore International Team
Global bot policy changes[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Universal Code of Conduct - Enforcement draft guidelines review[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
The Universal Code of Conduct Phase 2 drafting committee would like comments about the enforcement draft guidelines for the Universal Code of Conduct (UCoC). This review period is planned to begin 17 August 2021.
Community and staff members collaborated to develop these draft guidelines based on consultations, discussions, and research. These guidelines are not final but you can help move the progress forward. Provide comments about these guidelines by 17 October 2021. The committee will be revising the guidelines based upon community input.
Everyone may share comments in a number of places. Facilitators welcome comments in any language on the draft review talk page or by email. Comments can also be shared on talk pages of translations, at local discussions, or during round-table discussions and conversation hours.
There are planned live discussions about the UCoC enforcement draft guidelines:
- Wikimania 2021 session - 16 August @ 11:00 UTC - 11:45 UTC
- Conversation hours - 24 August, 31 August, 7 September @ 03:00 UTC & 14:00 UTC
- Roundtable calls - 18 September @ 03:00 UTC & 15:00 UTC
The facilitation team supporting this review period hopes to reach a large number of communities. Having a shared understanding is important. If you do not see a conversation happening in your community, please organize a discussion. Facilitators can assist you in setting up the conversations.
Discussions will be summarized and presented to the drafting committee every two weeks. The summaries will be published here.
If you have any questions, please contact Ramzy Muliawan, the facilitator for ESEAP region.
Voting for the 2021 WMF Board of Trustees election is now open[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Voting for the 2021 Board of Trustees election is now open. Candidates from the community were asked to submit their candidacy. After a three week long Call for Candidates, there are 19 candidates for the 2021 election.
The Wikimedia movement has the opportunity to vote for the selection of community-and-affiliate trustees. By voting, you will help to identify those people who have the qualities to best serve the needs of the movement for the next several years. The Board is expected to select the four most voted candidates to serve as trustees. Voting closes 31 August 2021.
The Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees oversees the Wikimedia Foundation's operations. The Board wants to improve their competences and diversity as a team. They have shared the areas of expertise that they are currently missing and hope to cover with new trustees.
Read the full announcement.
The Elections Committee
Movement Charter Drafting Committee - Community Elections to take place October 11 - 24[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
This is a short message with an update from the Movement Charter process. The call for candidates for the Drafting Committee closed September 14, and we got a diverse range of candidates. The committee will consist of 15 members, and those will be (s)elected via three different ways.
The 15 member committee will be selected with a 3-step process:
- Election process for project communities to elect 7 members of the committee.
- Selection process for affiliates to select 6 members of the committee.
- Wikimedia Foundation process to appoint 2 members of the committee.
The community elections will take place between October 11 and October 24. The other process will take place in parallel, so that all processes will be concluded by November 1.
For the full context of the Movement Charter, its role, as well the process for its creation, please have a look at Meta. You can also contact us at any time on Telegram or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Best regards, RamzyM (WMF) 08:55, 21 သႅပ်ႇထႅမ်ႇပႃႇ 2021 (UTC)
Universal Code of Conduct Draft Enforcement Guidelines review still needs your ideas and opinions[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Hello, this is just a reminder that the Universal Code of Conduct Draft Enforcement Guidelines are open for review and comment. The Drafting Committee will start working on revisions and improvement in less than two weeks (October 17), so it is important that you give them your ideas and opinions soon!
There is now a short, simple version of the Draft Guidelines here to make your review easier. If possible, also help translate the short version into more languages!
We will also hold one last conversation hour on October 15, 2021 03:00 and 14:00 UTC.
On behalf of the Drafting Committee, much thanks to everyone who has given ideas so far. We hope to hear from more of you - the Guidelines will be much stronger if more opinions are included.
Best regards, RamzyM (WMF) 07:27, 6 ဢွၵ်ႇထူဝ်ႇပႃႇ 2021 (UTC)
Voting period to elect members of the Movement Charter Drafting Committee is now open[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Voting for the election for the members for the Movement Charter drafting committee is now open. In total, 70 Wikimedians from around the world are running for 7 seats in these elections. Voting is open from October 12 to October 24, 2021.
The committee will consist of 15 members in total: The online communities vote for 7 members, 6 members will be selected by the Wikimedia affiliates through a parallel process, and 2 members will be appointed by the Wikimedia Foundation. The plan is to assemble the committee by November 1, 2021.
- Learn about the Drafting Committee
- Learn about each candidate to inform your vote in the language that you prefer
- We are piloting a voting advice application for this election. Click yourself through the tool and you will see which candidate is closest to you
- Vote here!
Movement Strategy & Governance Team, Wikimedia Foundation
10:35, 12 ဢွၵ်ႇထူဝ်ႇပႃႇ 2021 (UTC)
Universal Code of Conduct News – Issue 4[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
Universal Code of Conduct News
Issue 4, October 2021Read the full newsletter
Welcome to the fourth issue of Universal Code of Conduct News! This newsletter will help Wikimedians stay involved with the development of the new code and will distribute relevant news, research, and upcoming events related to the UCoC.
If you haven’t already, please remember to subscribe here if you would like to be notified about future editions of the newsletter, and also leave your username here if you’d like to be contacted to help with translations in the future.
RamzyM (WMF) 18:25, 14 ဢွၵ်ႇထူဝ်ႇပႃႇ 2021 (UTC)
Learn how the Implementation Grants can support your Movement Strategy plans[မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]
We are excited to announce the reopening of the Movement Strategy Implementation Grants. This program fund projects that advance a specific Movement Strategy initiative. The projects can be big or small, but they must all make a case for advancing one initiative.
Read all about it, what to apply for, and how to apply. Please do encourage others to apply as well.
Best regards, RamzyM (WMF) 10:22, 21 ဢွၵ်ႇထူဝ်ႇပႃႇ 2021 (UTC)