On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 9:54 AM, Vishnu t <visdav...@gmail.com> wrote:
> As we understand, this would primarily include nurturing local talent that
> can help and support the Indian Language Wiki communities on orienting
> people towards Media Wiki, fix bugs, troubleshoot tech related issues, input
> methods, OCR etc. The intention is to build strong and effective local
> interfaces to the various Global developments. Please do suggest if you
> would like to focus on anything else.

Again, this is a sound idea. Having multiple groups of individuals who
can receive input, categorize them, document the problems and
solutions and, effectively amplify the highs and lows of the Indic
experience on WMF sites is a good step.

At some point I'd like to understand more about the plans to identify
these individuals, the training they will receive (which, as you
pointed out earlier, would be Pavanaja's goal) and, how would one
measure the effectiveness of the Ambassadors and, the effort as a
whole.

During GNUnify 2013 in February you mentioned that the A2K program was
having a lot of ideas which were at that point nebulous. Now that
there seems to be a structured roll-out, in terms of organization
staffing and, initiative plans, it would good to understand the
objectives for 2013/2014.



-- 
sankarshan mukhopadhyay
<https://twitter.com/#!/sankarshan>

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