okeyes at wikimedia
Jan 20, 2012, 12:03 PM
Post #2 of 7
+1 to all of that. Maggie is a rock, and always keeps me pointing in the
Re: Announcement: Maggie Dennis to continue with WMF
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right direction; since I started contracting for the WMF, she's probably
the person I've relied on the most for advice. She's smart, she's good with
people, and she constantly makes me feel bad about "only" working 10 hour
days. Glad to know I can keep picking her brain in the future ;)
On 20 January 2012 19:55, Philippe Beaudette <philippe [at] wikimedia> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm thrilled to announce that Maggie Dennis, our community liaison, has
> agreed to transition to a permanent role with the Wikimedia Foundation.
> You may recall that Maggie was hired on a temporary contract, with the idea
> of rotating through community liaisons. We still intend to hire another
> community liaison - in fact, her work has proven the value of the program
> to such an extent that we'll be expanding it - but Maggie will stay on to
> provide continuity.
> Maggie has been a godsend to me... she's a fount of knowledge, and
> incredibly hard working. Most importantly, she is able to fluently speak
> "Philippe" and translate that to "real-people talk". As
> User:Moonriddengirl, she is the maven of copyright for English Wikipedia,
> and has well over 100,000 edits. In short, she's a rock star.
> Maggie will continue to report to me.
> Philippe Beaudette
> Head of Reader Relations
> Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.
> 415-839-6885, x 6643
> philippe [at] wikimedia
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