Hi Emmanuel, Congratulations for your success, and thank you for having been in Berlin. You're right: To have own advertising material is clearly one of the priorities for WMCH, we should follow the neighbouring chapters which really have done a great job.
~~~~ Patrick Kenel (Benutzer:Pakeha) Wikimedia CH > Date: Mon, 28 May 2012 16:05:38 +0200 > From: emman...@engelhart.org > To: execut...@wikimedia.ch; firstname.lastname@example.org > CC: catrin.schonevi...@wikimedia.de; r...@kiwix.org > Subject: [Wikimediach-l] [LinuxTag] My Feedback > > Dear Wikimedians, > > Thx to Manuel, Kiwix has had for the first time its own boot on the > LinuxTag Berlin, last week. It was also the first time for Wikimedia. In > fact, we merge both boots: people of Wikimedia explaining what is our > offline solution and me explaining about projects of Wikimedia Deutschland. > > The experience was globally positive. We remarked, people do not know > what Wikimedia is or does and that's why it was necessary IMO to advert > our work. But it was not perfect, we hope to have a chance next year > with Wikimedia Deutschland (the most present chapter), to do things in a > better way. Concerning WMCH, it is clear that we have to few materials > (flyers, posters, banner, ...). > > For Kiwix and openZIM, it was positive like always ; but I do not think > we should in the future continue to have our own boot. Software projects > like ours are there mainly to get more users and developers. Concerning > the developers, it's a lot of resources invested... and in fact until > now we failed. Concerning the users, the best way is IMO to include > Kiwix in the global Wikimedia communication effort. In fact, I remarked > that our offline solution is still not well known by many members of our > community. IMO, we have to start first to advert our work internally, > and thus people will be afterward our best spokesmen. > > So, to keep it short, we should continue and increase our advertising > effort and not only on events like the LinuxTag. We should also take > care that within this effort, offline is well represented. I think to > propose a project during the autumn to create&print more advertising > material. WMDE, WMFR and WMIT already have done a good job, we should > mainly reuse their documents. > > Thank you very much to WMCH for granting me for the Linuxtag2012. > > Regards > Emmanuel > > PS: Picture of a XO running Kiwix at the LinuxTag > https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wikipedia_Ball_on_XO_improved.jpg > > PPS: This month was the mot successful month ever for Kiwix with for the > first time 25.000 downloads a month. > > _______________________________________________ > http://wikimedia.ch Wikimedia CH website > Wikimediach-l mailing list > https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediach-l
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