there is always a starting point,and i think that we(women and men)in Kenya are at the starting point.good news is that,we are progressing.such statistics are there to challenge us not make us mourn.
On 2/13/12, Asaf Bartov <abar...@wikimedia.org> wrote: >> >> On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 7:54 PM, stephen wanjau >> <wanjaus...@gmail.com>wrote: >> >>> I came across this and I would like to share. click >>> here<http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiWomenCamp/FAQ/Perspectives/Kenya> >>> >> > On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 8:59 AM, Grace Kariuki <gkariuk...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> the statistics are quite alarming. >> > > Are they? Are we worried about there not being a featured article on > Women's sports in Kenya on English Wikipedia? How is that a priority? If > we care about featured articles (and I'm not sure we should, very much), > perhaps we can undertake to improve a more basic topic first, such as > [[Kenya]], which is, as of this writing, not even a "Good Article" on > English Wikipedia? > > Likewise, is it at all meaningful that there was no Kenyan woman among the > eight (8!) researchers employed at the foundation this summer? There was > no Kenyan man, either. So what is the "perspective" this gives us on women > in the movement? > > What is it that you found alarming? > > Asaf > -- > Asaf Bartov > Wikimedia Foundation > _______________________________________________ WikimediaKE mailing list WikimediaKE@lists.wikimedia.org https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediake