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--Me004 (talk) 10:59, 10 March 2012 (UTC) hi... everyone i'm new on this site wikiversity.... awesome site... i'm student of film making and i would like to be making friend on this site and want to improve my knowledge... thanx. svam
Just as an FYI, Wikiversity has been placed among the 'top picks' for this Google+ education list. It has been shared over 2000 times since its original posting. The Jade Knight (d'viser) 15:50, 13 March 2012 (UTC)
New Wikimedia Shop feedback/help requested
Some of you may already know that we've opened a shop at http://shop.wikimedia.org to sell Wikimedia Merchandise. We're now entering our "Community Launch" allowing us to hopefully get as much feedback from the community about the store, it's products and everything else involved. For those that are interested we've set up an FAQ/information page, feedback page and design page. We also have a 10% discount up for at least the next 2 weeks (CLAUNCH or 'Wikimedia Community Launch' in the discount box at checkout) and a $10 maximum shipping fee world wide for most orders.
However the big thing I wanted to ask you about was Wikiversity gear. Right now everything on there is Wikipedia related but we want to make sure we have merch from all of the projects as well. So far we have a couple things on order:
- Stickers from all of the projects
- 1" buttons (or 'badges' ) from all of the projects
- Are in the design and digital mockup phase of lapel pins for all of the projects to both go independently and as a set. Right now we're getting mockups to see how they look and to see if we want to go with the Pewter look that we have right now for the globe (this new set will have an interlocked v W for the wikipedia piece) or the full color enamel look like This Strike Command pin.
We want to have more though both soon and in the future and I wanted to know what you thought. One of my thoughts for something early on was a series similar to the I Edit Wikipedia shirts (we have two versions right now) on the shop for each project. If we did something like that should we just use Edit or adjust the verb for wikiversity? "I learn at" ? Other ideas for products? Jalexander (talk) 00:41, 20 March 2012 (UTC)
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