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Burtones Bassetes Wella in Wærincwīcscīre

Wilcume tō þǣm Þorpes Wellan!

Trametes hord: 1, 2, 3, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021.

Ǣsce and Andswaru Hēr - English Spoken Here

Important: maintenance operation on September 1stAdiht

Trizek (WMF) (talk) 13:48, 26 Wēodmōnaþ 2020 (UTC)

New Wikipedia Library Collections Now Available (September 2020)Adiht

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The TWL owl says sign up today!

The Wikipedia Library is announcing new free, full-access, accounts to reliable sources as part of our research access program. You can sign up for new accounts and research materials on the Library Card platform:

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Do better research and help expand the use of high quality references across Wikipedia projects!
--The Wikipedia Library Team 09:49, 3 Hāligmōnaþ 2020 (UTC)

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Invitation to participate in the conversationAdiht

Roman numeralsAdiht

Hi, I’m an editor in Middle English Wikipedia. In Middle English Wikipedia we are discussing should we use Roman or Arabic numerals. Arabic numerals are much simpler but were introduced to Britain during a late period of Middle English, and during the time Old English was spoken they were definitely not yet introduced. I see that in Old English Wikipedia you use only Arabic numerals. I would be very grateful it if you joined the discussion at Please ping me if you have any comments, and if you ping me at Middle English Wikipedia (which I think is preferred) remember to type Wp/enm/Ping and not just Ping. Thanks in advance, -Gifnk dlm 2020 (motung) 11:18, 24 Hreðmonað 2021 (UTC)

Universal Code of Conduct – 2021 consultationsAdiht

Universal Code of Conduct Phase 2Adiht

Please help translate to your language

The Universal Code of Conduct (UCoC) provides a universal baseline of acceptable behavior for the entire Wikimedia movement and all its projects. The project is currently in Phase 2, outlining clear enforcement pathways. You can read more about the whole project on its project page.

Drafting Committee: Call for applicationsAdiht

The Wikimedia Foundation is recruiting volunteers to join a committee to draft how to make the code enforceable. Volunteers on the committee will commit between 2 and 6 hours per week from late April through July and again in October and November. It is important that the committee be diverse and inclusive, and have a range of experiences, including both experienced users and newcomers, and those who have received or responded to, as well as those who have been falsely accused of harassment.

To apply and learn more about the process, see Universal Code of Conduct/Drafting committee.

2021 community consultations: Notice and call for volunteers / translatorsAdiht

From 5 April – 5 May 2021 there will be conversations on many Wikimedia projects about how to enforce the UCoC. We are looking for volunteers to translate key material, as well as to help host consultations on their own languages or projects using suggested key questions. If you are interested in volunteering for either of these roles, please contact us in whatever language you are most comfortable.

To learn more about this work and other conversations taking place, see Universal Code of Conduct/2021 consultations.

-- Xeno (WMF) (talk) 21:53, 5 Eastermonað 2021 (UTC)

Global bot policy changesAdiht

Line numbering coming soon to all wikisAdiht

-- Johanna Strodt (WMDE) 15:06, 12 Eastermonað 2021 (UTC)