At https://wikipedialibrary.wmflabs.org/suggest/, users can suggest new partnerships for us to pursue. In the interests of transparency, we should note who proposed a particular resource, and provide a way for users to see who has upvoted that suggestion. Also, unless and until T214164 is resolved; it will provide a scope for raising issues and discussing related stuff (see comment at T214164#5042721) over their on-wiki talk-page(s).
 Edit [suggest.html](https://github.com/WikipediaLibrary/TWLight/blob/master/TWLight/resources/templates/resources/suggest.html) and place the suggesting user's username anywhere that seems appropriate within the suggestion box, linked to the user's CentralAuth page via `user.wp_link_central_auth`.
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