Thank you for this.
Could you elaborate on the definition of knowledge, please?
This is something I've long been interested in.
On Feb 18, 2019, at 3:04 AM, David Cuenca Tudela wrote:
> Hi Amir,
> *How can the Wikimedia movement be more truly international *
Working with you on everyday basis was a bliss and I wish you all the best
in the future.
Keep in touch with us please.
On Mon, Feb 18, 2019 at 6:38 PM Adam Wight wrote:
> This is just a courtesy notice that I'm no longer employed by the Wikimedia
> Foundation as of
This is just a courtesy notice that I'm no longer employed by the Wikimedia
Foundation as of the end of the month, but will continue to stay engaged as
a volunteer. I see this as an opportunity, since I'll be free of the
conflict of interest caused by my financial and legal
@Benjamin: It is already there, as answer to Farkhad.
@Ziko: I have no idea where to store this. If you find a suitable place,
please go ahead and let me know.
On Mon, Feb 18, 2019 at 3:11 PM Ziko van Dijk wrote:
> Hello, maybe there is a suitable place on Meta Wiki to conserve
Hello, maybe there is a suitable place on Meta Wiki to conserve this? Later
it will be a little bit difficult to find it again on a mailinglist.
I myself find this point of view of "outsiders" very interesting and worth
to notice e.g. in strategic discussions.
Am Mo., 18. Feb.
I'd be interested in hearing about perceptions of the movement.
On Feb 17, 2019, at 3:35 PM, David Cuenca Tudela wrote:
> Last Friday I participated in a workshop in Brussels where people from
> different NGOs met to learn from each other to foster flat,
> democratic, and
Thanks for sharing this information. I hope that while building this
project, the existing resources will be browsed and reused.
Over the years, the community has built some various formats of resources
about the Wikidata Query Service and SPARQL:
- The portal page linking to
*How can the Wikimedia movement be more truly international *
Participants reported that the current definition of knowledge by Wikimedia
projects is narrow-minded and does not fit the relationship with knowledge
that exists in other parts of the world. The only way to break this cycle
*Community model of affiliates *
Many participants reported difficulties building trust with volunteers. It
is very easy to lose the volunteer appeal if the organisation is not
conscious about their needs, and there is no active communication. I
reported the case of Amical, which
*Governance recommendation *
I assisted to a session on sociocracy organized by the Transition Network
that basically blew my mind. The speaker explained how for her it has been
always difficult to participate in decision-making because she feels that
she is a very vocal person,
*External perception of the movement*
The Wikimedia movement is seen as a very complex entity. Most participants
knew about Wikipedia, not so many about the other projects. Even for those
who knew Wikipedia, it was not so clear how decisions are taken or what is
allowed to do. I
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