Central & Eastern European Meeting 2018 preliminary community engagement survey
The purpose of this survey is to help CEEM-2018 organizers plan an event for Wikimedia Central Eastern European community.

This is a preliminary survey we are doing to apply for a Wikimedia Foundation grant. We are likely to send another, more specific survey in a few months, but please do answer this one to help us apply for a grant.

Your responses will help us show the level of community engagement (how important this event is to the CEE community) and begin to get consensus on what topics are important to this community.

1. What are important topics that the CEE community needs to discuss in person? *
Please limit your response to the three topics, listed in order of importance (1=most important).
Your answer
2. Are there projects that we need to work on during the CEE Meeting? For each project you name, please share tasks that are difficult to do online which should be done in-person. *
Please limit your response to three projects, listed in order of importance (1=most important).
Your answer
3. What is the most important goal, problem, or obstacle you think CEE should focus on in the next 12 months? *
Your answer
4. Why is this goal, problem or obstacle the most important? *
Your answer
5. What do we need to do at the CEE Meeting to achieve that goal? *
Your answer
6. Are there skills that you think are important for you or your community to learn that would help you achieve this goal? *
If yes, please limit your response to three skills, listed in order of importance (1=most important).
Your answer
7. What social activities or sessions do you think are important to include at the CEE Meeting? *
Select the two types of activities that are most important to you.
8. How would you prioritize the time we spend together at the conference? *
You may rank a maximum of two choices as 'high priority'.
High priority
Medium priority
Low priority
Not important
Strategic conversations: discussing issues affecting your community that need to be resolved
Working groups: working on projects that are difficult to plan online
Capacity building: learning skills that will help your community achieve its goals
Community building: meeting people, learning about new projects, sharing your talents, and having fun
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