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    Miraheze Logo.svg Miraheze celebrates six years! 🎉

    🎈 July 22, 2015 - July 22, 2021 🍰

    A message from our volunteers

    Six years is a long time for a non-profit organisation to exist without a consistent and steady funding stream - like Miraheze. Our biggest task this year was moving the Miraheze IRC community from Freenode over to Libera Chat. We also welcomed User:Void to the technical (SRE) team. Unfortunately we have also had to say goodbye to User:John, User:Paladox, and User:Zppix. They were valuable members of the team, and their service was much appreciated.

    Considering our software development progress, we have made some changes. We are currently developing a new extension, that will make removing personal information easier for the Trust and Safety team. We also upgraded our wikis to MediaWiki 1.36 - the latest version of the software that powers Wikipedia.

    Looking to what we have planned for the next year, we have a focus to:

    - Continue extension development.

    - introduce machine learning technology to automate wiki creation

    - allow users greater control of configuring their wikis

    We are here for the long run and plan to commit to Miraheze indefinitely, the question is, are you?
    On behalf of Miraheze,

    Owen Baines
    Board Director
    Rob Lanphier
    Board Director
    Technical Team
    Technical Team
    Ferran Tufan
    Technical Team, Board Director
    Alexander Zimmerman
    Steward, Board Director, Technical Team
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