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Universal Code of Conduct Coordinating Committee Charter ratified

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By Andreas Kolbe, Bri, and sawyer-mcdonell
This picture of the Giza Pyramids taken by Mona Hassan Abo-Abda during the UNESCO-sponsored "Forever is Now" exhibition took first place in the 2023 Wiki Loves Monuments contest.

Universal Code of Conduct Coordinating Committee Charter ratified

The Charter for the Universal Code of Conduct Coordinating Committee (holy alliteration!) has been ratified, with nearly 75% support from 1,746 voters. Some voters were excited about the potential benefits of the charter regarding administrator accountability and representation, while others were concerned about local-project autonomy, potential abuse of the policies, increasing bureaucracy, and even political bias. Still others commented on the voting process itself, including the availability of translations into other languages. Full voter comments are available on Meta-Wiki. – s, AK

Wiki Loves Monuments winners announced

The winners of the 2023 Wiki Loves Monuments contest were announced earlier this week. The announcements were staggered and spanned two days, starting with honorable mentions (places 25 to 16) on Monday 25 March, and concluding with the 15 winners on Tuesday 26 March. To see the 15 winning entries, go to the Wiki Love Monuments website. Wikimedia Commons has a complete overview of all nominees, winners and runners-up. – AK

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