Re: [Wikimedia-l] Looking for advises regarding a public conference about the Wikimedia movement on the topic "Dissemination of Knowledge: What Limits" [Fwd: Re: Conférence Wikipédia]

2017-11-08 Thread mathieu stumpf guntz



Le 08/11/2017 à 02:52, Devouard (gmail) a écrit :

Le 07/11/2017 à 16:22, mathieu stumpf guntz a écrit :

Saluton ĉiuj,

Your fellow wikimedian was invited to present the Wikimedia movement 
in a conference organized by "Association des Masters en Économie de 
Strasbourg", which will occur Tuesday, November 28th, in Strasbourg 
(who would have guest?).


More information are below in French, but the main point is that the 
conference is entitled "Dissemination of Knowledge: What Limits", and 
after a call to better understand what was expected, the main point 
which will be presented:


1. How is structured the movement (relation between
    WMF/Chapters/Communities/Projects…)
2. What are the requirements of Wikipedia regarding information 
reliability

3. The different knowledge dissemination supports: what limits?

The main point, in term of coverage, will be the second.

No concern worries me about being able to cover all this topics in a 
way far more extensive than required for this conference. However, it 
would be appreciable if feedback was provided regarding what the 
community as a whole think important to highlight. More broadly any 
other advise that the topic or the main points might inspire to you 
would be warmly welcome.


Ĝis baldaŭ,
mathieu



Good evening

I think you should exercise more caution in forwarding entire private 
discussions (which include phone number etc.) by email to a public list.
You are perfectly right, I wasn't cautious enough on this. Actually it 
was one of my first thought this morning that I hadn't checked the whole 
content of the forwarded email.


May a moderator please remove this details from archives? Especially 
phone numbers. I would expect emails to be automatically transformed to 
avoid easy spam target, but maybe I'm wrong.




Otherwise... by experience, students in France have been repeated over 
and over to be careful about their private information. Hence, you 
should anticipate and expect questions related to privacy on Wikimedia 
projects, and by extension, harassements issues (hot topic those days).
Well, of course I'm aware of the harassment issues, but I didn't know 
students were boldly informed on this topic, and I would not have 
expected many question on this given the topic, expect for the right to 
a person's image and right to oblivion. In fact I should probably 
improve my knowledge on this topics too, any reading suggestion is welcome.




I invite you to take a look at : 
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiConvention_francophone/2017/Programme/Fossé_des_genres_et_harcèlement:_le_point_sur_les_projets_francophones

Thank you Florence, I will look at that with much attention.


Florence


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[Wikimedia-l] New Affiliations Committee appointments

2017-11-08 Thread Kirill Lokshin
Hi everyone,

A bit delayed, but we are happy to share that Olaniyan Olushola and Jack
Farah Mustaklem have appointed to the Affiliations Committee as new
members.  In addition, three incumbent members (Rosie
Stephenson-Goodknight, Tanweer Morshed and Salvador Alcantar) have been
re-appointed for an additional term.

Here are Olushola and Farah, or Jack, in their own words:

*Jack Farah Mustaklem*:

I'm a Palestinian volunteer editor on Wikipedia from Jerusalem, and
Founding member and  treasurer of Wikimedians of the Levant User Group, and
the representative in Palestine. I have been a Wikimedian since 2005,
editing both the English and Arabic Wikipedias. I have a passion for the
free dissemination of knowledge. Most recently, I have been coordinating
activities of the Wikipedia Education Program in Palestine, at both the
high school and university levels. Outside of the movement, Jack is an
advocate of free knowledge, a software engineer, and a father of three.


*Olaniyan Olushola*:

My name is Olaniyan Olushola, an accountant by profession, founding member
and president of Wikimedia User Group Nigeria.[1] I am an active Wikimedian
and member of the community with various contributions to Wikimedia
projects. I have organized several Wikimedia project in the last few years.
I organized Wiki Loves Africa 2015 and 2016 in Nigeria. I participated in
Wiki Indaba 2014 and WikiAfrica/OpenAfrica15,[2] a conference for
Wikipedians In Residence, organized by WikiAfrica in Johannesburg, South
Africa. I coordinated Wikipedia 15 in Nigeria[3] and Wiki loves Nigeria
Writing Contest, organized as part of Wikipedia @15 celebration in
Nigeria.[4] I coordinated Wiki Loves Women in Nigeria and my work was
extensively covered by multiple newspapers in Nigeria.[5] I coordinated
Wiki Photo Tour in Nigeria through a Wikimedia Foundation grant support in
2016.[6] I conceptualized a media partnership between Wikimedia UG Nigeria
and Blackface Media,[7] a radio program that runs every Wednesday called
Time-Out with Wikipedia. I am the lead presenter on Wikimedia Radio and TV
program. I established Wikimedia Fan Club at Lagos State University,
University of Ibadan and Wikimedia Hub, Nigerian Institute of Journalism
(NIJ). I am also the project coordinator for "She Can with ICT", a project
that focus on training Nigerian female students on how to contribute to
Wikimedia project. We are currently mentoring over twenty five potential
editors, through Wikimedia Outreach dashboard this project. [8]

I led Wikimedia UG Nigeria to sign a partnership agreement with Goge
Africa,[9] with the aim of improving African based articles on Wikipedia
with volume of free images.  Presently, we have finalized a new partnership
agreement with a WFM 91.7  [10] to broadcast Wiki Loves Women on radio  and
also to create awareness about Wikimedia projects.

If I am not on Wikipedia, I work as consultant in the area of Software
Deployment and Asset Management. I am married with two lovely kids.


We anticipate starting the next round of committee appointments in
December, and hope that everyone interested in working with Wikimedia
affiliates will consider applying!

Regards,

Kirill Lokshin
Chair, Affiliations Committee

Edward Galvez
Staff Liaison, Wikimedia Foundation

[1] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_User_Group_Nigeria
[2] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiAfrica/OpenAfrica15
[3]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Wiki_Loves_Nigeria/Writing_Contest
[4]
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:PEG/Wikimedia_Nigeria_User_Group/Wikipedia_at_15_Celebration_in_Nigeria/Report
[5]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Wiki_Loves_Women/Nigeria
[6]
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:PEG/WIkimedia_User_Group_Nigeria/Wiki_Photo_Tours/Report
[7]
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_User_Group_Nigeria/Wikimedia_Radio_and_TV_Program
[8]
https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/campaigns/she_can_with_ict__nigeria/programs%7C
[9] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goge_Africa
[10] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WFM_91.7
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[Wikimedia-l] Odp: New Affiliations Committee appointments

2017-11-08 Thread Michał Buczyński
8 listopada 2017 18:04 Kirill Lokshin kirill.loks...@gmail.com napisał: 
 Hi everyone,   A bit delayed, but we are happy to share that Olaniyan Olushola 
and Jack  Farah Mustaklem have appointed to the Affiliations Committee as new  
members.  In addition, three incumbent members (Rosie  Stephenson-Goodknight, 
Tanweer Morshed and Salvador Alcantar) have been  re-appointed for an 
additional term.   Congratulations to all the appointed members, have a 
fruitful term and hopefully see you soon!   All the AffCom alumni and advisors, 
thank you for your service.  Best Wishes,  michał aegis maelstrom 
buczyński WMPL, FDC
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Re: [Wikimedia-l] [Affiliates] New Affiliations Committee appointments

2017-11-08 Thread Chris Keating
Congrats to Jack and Olushola! I am sure you will do a great job.

Kirill – I know this last round of recruitment started some time ago (in June?) 
– do you expect the next round to run any more quickly?

Regards,

 Chris

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

From: Kirill Lokshin
Sent: 08 November 2017 17:03
To: Wikimedia Mailing List; Wikimedia Movement Affiliates discussion list
Subject: [Affiliates] New Affiliations Committee appointments

Hi everyone,

A bit delayed, but we are happy to share that Olaniyan Olushola and Jack Farah 
Mustaklem have appointed to the Affiliations Committee as new members.  In 
addition, three incumbent members (Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight, Tanweer Morshed 
and Salvador Alcantar) have been re-appointed for an additional term.

Here are Olushola and Farah, or Jack, in their own words:

Jack Farah Mustaklem:

I'm a Palestinian volunteer editor on Wikipedia from Jerusalem, and Founding 
member and  treasurer of Wikimedians of the Levant User Group, and the 
representative in Palestine. I have been a Wikimedian since 2005, editing both 
the English and Arabic Wikipedias. I have a passion for the free dissemination 
of knowledge. Most recently, I have been coordinating activities of the 
Wikipedia Education Program in Palestine, at both the high school and 
university levels. Outside of the movement, Jack is an advocate of free 
knowledge, a software engineer, and a father of three.

Olaniyan Olushola:

My name is Olaniyan Olushola, an accountant by profession, founding member and 
president of Wikimedia User Group Nigeria.[1] I am an active Wikimedian and 
member of the community with various contributions to Wikimedia projects. I 
have organized several Wikimedia project in the last few years. I organized 
Wiki Loves Africa 2015 and 2016 in Nigeria. I participated in Wiki Indaba 2014 
and WikiAfrica/OpenAfrica15,[2] a conference for Wikipedians In Residence, 
organized by WikiAfrica in Johannesburg, South Africa. I coordinated Wikipedia 
15 in Nigeria[3] and Wiki loves Nigeria Writing Contest, organized as part of 
Wikipedia @15 celebration in Nigeria.[4] I coordinated Wiki Loves Women in 
Nigeria and my work was extensively covered by multiple newspapers in 
Nigeria.[5] I coordinated Wiki Photo Tour in Nigeria through a Wikimedia 
Foundation grant support in 2016.[6] I conceptualized a media partnership 
between Wikimedia UG Nigeria and Blackface Media,[7] a radio program that runs 
every Wednesday called Time-Out with Wikipedia. I am the lead presenter on 
Wikimedia Radio and TV program. I established Wikimedia Fan Club at Lagos State 
University, University of Ibadan and Wikimedia Hub, Nigerian Institute of 
Journalism (NIJ). I am also the project coordinator for "She Can with ICT", a 
project that focus on training Nigerian female students on how to contribute to 
Wikimedia project. We are currently mentoring over twenty five potential 
editors, through Wikimedia Outreach dashboard this project. [8]

I led Wikimedia UG Nigeria to sign a partnership agreement with Goge Africa,[9] 
with the aim of improving African based articles on Wikipedia with volume of 
free images.  Presently, we have finalized a new partnership agreement with a 
WFM 91.7  [10] to broadcast Wiki Loves Women on radio  and also to create 
awareness about Wikimedia projects.

If I am not on Wikipedia, I work as consultant in the area of Software 
Deployment and Asset Management. I am married with two lovely kids. 

We anticipate starting the next round of committee appointments in December, 
and hope that everyone interested in working with Wikimedia affiliates will 
consider applying!

Regards,

Kirill Lokshin
Chair, Affiliations Committee

Edward Galvez
Staff Liaison, Wikimedia Foundation

[1] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_User_Group_Nigeria
[2] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiAfrica/OpenAfrica15
[3] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Wiki_Loves_Nigeria/Writing_Contest
[4] 
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:PEG/Wikimedia_Nigeria_User_Group/Wikipedia_at_15_Celebration_in_Nigeria/Report
[5] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Wiki_Loves_Women/Nigeria
[6] 
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:PEG/WIkimedia_User_Group_Nigeria/Wiki_Photo_Tours/Report
[7] 
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_User_Group_Nigeria/Wikimedia_Radio_and_TV_Program
[8] 
https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/campaigns/she_can_with_ict__nigeria/programs%7C
[9] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goge_Africa
[10] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WFM_91.7

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[Wikimedia-l] [Wikimedia Announcements] [PRESS RELEASE] Wikimedia Foundation appoints Toby Negrin as Chief Product Officer

2017-11-08 Thread Samantha Lien
This press release is available online here:
https://wikimediafoundation.org/wiki/Press_releases/Wikimedia_Foundation_appoints_Toby_Negrin_as_Chief_Product_Officer

And also as a blog post on the Wikimedia blog here:
https://blog.wikimedia.org/2017/11/08/toby-negrin-chief-product-officer/

*Wikimedia Foundation appoints Toby Negrin as Chief Product Officer*

*Toby Negrin has been with the Wikimedia Foundation since 2013 and brings
nearly two decades of experience in research, design, analytics, and
product development*

(San Francisco, California) 8 November 2017 — The Wikimedia Foundation is
excited to announce the appointment of Toby Negrin as Chief Product
Officer. Toby has been leading the Foundation's product development in an
interim capacity since April. He brings nearly 20 years of experience of
integrating data, research, and design to produce effective and popular
products.

The Wikimedia Foundation is the nonprofit organization that supports
Wikipedia and the other Wikimedia projects. Together, Wikipedia and the
Wikimedia projects are visited by more than a billion unique devices every
month. The Wikimedia Foundation is driven by its mission to build a world
in which every single person can freely share in the sum of all human
knowledge.

As Chief Product Officer, Toby will lead one of the organization's largest
departments in collaborating with the Wikimedia communities on the
development of the software products which operate Wikipedia and the other
Wikimedia projects. He will be responsible for cultivating a culture of
excellence, engagement, and sustainability within the product engineering
teams. Toby will also work with others in the organization's leadership on
responding to the product needs and requests of the Wikimedia communities.

"Toby has demonstrated a style of leadership focused on outcomes,
collaboration with the Wikimedia community, and respect for Wikimedia
values," said Katherine Maher, Executive Director of the Wikimedia
Foundation. "He has a deep interest in partnership with our communities, an
instinct for assembling and cultivating teams, and a record of supporting
staff as they develop and explore new skills and roles. I am thrilled to
have him leading the Wikimedia Foundation's product development efforts."

Since joining the Wikimedia Foundation in 2013, Toby has led an expansion
of our analytics efforts, built a new team focused on people who utilize
the content developed by Wikimedia's volunteers, and championed the
development of intuitive mobile interfaces and mobile applications. Toby
played a critical role in the creation of the organization's Community Tech
team, which develops features and tools based on feedback from active
members of the communities. He was also a part of the creation of the New
Readers program, a cross-departmental effort to help new people discover
and benefit from Wikimedia's projects.

Prior to joining the Wikimedia Foundation, Toby led analytics efforts at
DeNA, a mobile social games company. At DeNA, he partnered with colleagues
in Japan and China to build global dashboards used to track gaming
performance around the world. He also held roles at Yahoo! related to cloud
platforms, anti-abuse efforts, and content moderation. Toby grew up in Los
Angeles and the UK before landing in the San Francisco Bay Area, and worked
in software development at startups in Sweden and The Netherlands.

"The Wikimedia movement is an amazing collaboration among editors,
developers, chapters and other organizations around the globe," Toby said.
"I am excited and honored to be part of the movement and look forward to
partnering with our communities to build the tools and experiences for the
next 15 years."

Toby graduated from the NIMBAS Graduate School of Management and University
of California - Santa Cruz. In his free time, he enjoys spending time
winemaking and grape growing, running and hiking Bay Area trails, playing
tennis, and supporting the Golden Gate Philharmonic youth orchestra.

*About the Wikimedia Foundation* The Wikimedia Foundation is the non-profit
organization that supports and operates Wikipedia and its sister free
knowledge projects. Wikipedia is the world’s free knowledge resource,
spanning more than 45 million articles across nearly 300 languages. Every
month, more than 200,000 people edit Wikipedia and the Wikimedia projects,
collectively creating and improving knowledge that is accessed by more than
1 billion unique devices every month. This all makes Wikipedia one of the
most popular web properties in the world. Based in San Francisco,
California, the Wikimedia Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charity that is funded
primarily through donations and grants. *Wikimedia Foundation press contact*
pr...@wikimedia.org  

-- 
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Communications Manager
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Re: [Wikimedia-l] [Affiliates] New Affiliations Committee appointments

2017-11-08 Thread Raphael Berchie
Congrats Shola. Wish you all the best.

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Co Founder Open Foundation, West Africa, Wikipedian-in-Residence (Wiki
Loves Women)  
Wikimedian ,Open
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Change Activist,Blogger 
P.O Box CT 10469
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On Wed, Nov 8, 2017 at 3:18 PM, Chris Keating 
wrote:

> Congrats to Jack and Olushola! I am sure you will do a great job.
>
> Kirill – I know this last round of recruitment started some time ago (in
> June?) – do you expect the next round to run any more quickly?
>
> Regards,
>
>  Chris
>
> Sent from Mail for Windows 10
>
> From: Kirill Lokshin
> Sent: 08 November 2017 17:03
> To: Wikimedia Mailing List; Wikimedia Movement Affiliates discussion list
> Subject: [Affiliates] New Affiliations Committee appointments
>
> Hi everyone,
>
> A bit delayed, but we are happy to share that Olaniyan Olushola and Jack
> Farah Mustaklem have appointed to the Affiliations Committee as new
> members.  In addition, three incumbent members (Rosie
> Stephenson-Goodknight, Tanweer Morshed and Salvador Alcantar) have been
> re-appointed for an additional term.
>
> Here are Olushola and Farah, or Jack, in their own words:
>
> Jack Farah Mustaklem:
>
> I'm a Palestinian volunteer editor on Wikipedia from Jerusalem, and
> Founding member and  treasurer of Wikimedians of the Levant User Group, and
> the representative in Palestine. I have been a Wikimedian since 2005,
> editing both the English and Arabic Wikipedias. I have a passion for the
> free dissemination of knowledge. Most recently, I have been coordinating
> activities of the Wikipedia Education Program in Palestine, at both the
> high school and university levels. Outside of the movement, Jack is an
> advocate of free knowledge, a software engineer, and a father of three.
>
> Olaniyan Olushola:
>
> My name is Olaniyan Olushola, an accountant by profession, founding member
> and president of Wikimedia User Group Nigeria.[1] I am an active Wikimedian
> and member of the community with various contributions to Wikimedia
> projects. I have organized several Wikimedia project in the last few years.
> I organized Wiki Loves Africa 2015 and 2016 in Nigeria. I participated in
> Wiki Indaba 2014 and WikiAfrica/OpenAfrica15,[2] a conference for
> Wikipedians In Residence, organized by WikiAfrica in Johannesburg, South
> Africa. I coordinated Wikipedia 15 in Nigeria[3] and Wiki loves Nigeria
> Writing Contest, organized as part of Wikipedia @15 celebration in
> Nigeria.[4] I coordinated Wiki Loves Women in Nigeria and my work was
> extensively covered by multiple newspapers in Nigeria.[5] I coordinated
> Wiki Photo Tour in Nigeria through a Wikimedia Foundation grant support in
> 2016.[6] I conceptualized a media partnership between Wikimedia UG Nigeria
> and Blackface Media,[7] a radio program that runs every Wednesday called
> Time-Out with Wikipedia. I am the lead presenter on Wikimedia Radio and TV
> program. I established Wikimedia Fan Club at Lagos State University,
> University of Ibadan and Wikimedia Hub, Nigerian Institute of Journalism
> (NIJ). I am also the project coordinator for "She Can with ICT", a project
> that focus on training Nigerian female students on how to contribute to
> Wikimedia project. We are currently mentoring over twenty five potential
> editors, through Wikimedia Outreach dashboard this project. [8]
>
> I led Wikimedia UG Nigeria to sign a partnership agreement with Goge
> Africa,[9] with the aim of improving African based articles on Wikipedia
> with volume of free images.  Presently, we have finalized a new partnership
> agreement with a WFM 91.7  [10] to broadcast Wiki Loves Women on radio  and
> also to create awareness about Wikimedia projects.
>
> If I am not on Wikipedia, I work as consultant in the area of Software
> Deployment and Asset Management. I am married with two lovely kids.
>
> We anticipate starting the next round of committee appointments in
> December, and hope that everyone interested in working with Wikimedia
> affiliates will consider applying!
>
> Regards,
>
> Kirill Lokshin
> Chair, Affiliations Committee
>
> Edward Galvez
> Staff Liaison, Wikimedia Foundation
>
> [1] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_User_Group_Nigeria
> [2] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiAfrica/OpenAfrica15
> [3] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Wiki_Loves_Nigeria/
> Writing_Contest
> [4] https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:PEG/Wikimedia_
> Nigeria_User_Group/Wikipedia_at_15_Celebration_in_Nigeria/Report
> [5] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Wiki_
> Loves_Women/Nigeria
> [6] 

Re: [Wikimedia-l] Odp: New Affiliations Committee appointments

2017-11-08 Thread kayode yussuf
Congratulations to the new appointees.
Kayode Yussuf 

On Wednesday, November 8, 2017, 6:23:25 PM GMT+1, Michał Buczyński 
 wrote:  
 
 8 listopada 2017 18:04 Kirill Lokshin kirill.loks...@gmail.com 
napisał:  Hi everyone,  A bit delayed, but we are happy to share that Olaniyan 
Olushola and Jack  Farah Mustaklem have appointed to the Affiliations Committee 
as new  members.  In addition, three incumbent members (Rosie  
Stephenson-Goodknight, Tanweer Morshed and Salvador Alcantar) have been  
re-appointed for an additional term.  Congratulations to all the appointed 
members, have a fruitful term and hopefully see you soon!  All the AffCom 
alumni and advisors, thank you for your service.  Best Wishes,  michał "aegis 
maelstrom" buczyński WMPL, FDC
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