Le 07/11/2017 à 16:22, mathieu stumpf guntz a écrit :
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
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.
I think you should exercise more caution in forwarding entire private
discussions (which include phone number etc.) by email to a public list.
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).
I invite you to take a look at :
Wikimedia-l mailing list, guidelines at:
New messages to: Wikimediafirstname.lastname@example.org