सी.आय.एस.-ए२के (सेंटर फ़ॉर इंटरनेट ऐंड सोसायटी - ज्ञानापर्यंतची वहिवाट) ही एक मोहिम आहे जीच्या माध्यमातून न्यायाचे, मुक्ततेचे आणि आर्थिक विकासाचे मूल्य समोर आणण्याचे काम करते. या मोहिमेत प्रताधिकार भंग, बौद्धिक संपत्ती आणि ट्रेडमार्क, जे सर्व डिजिटल जगातले सर्वात महत्त्वाचे घटक आहेत. जर तुमच्याकडे काही कल्पना/सुचना असतील तर त्या आमच्या पानावर विनंंत्या येथे लिहा. जर तुम्हांला आमच्या झालेल्या कार्यक्रमांविषयी लिहायचे असेल तर प्रतिसाद या ठिकाणी लिहा.
Train-a-Wikipedian is a program where we'll train and groom Wikipedians and help them to become better editors. On the English-language Wikipedia, there are a few similar projects where an editor get mentors. In this training, we'll focus mainly on non-English Wikipedians.
Initially the project was named Global Admin Training (GAT) and Global Editors' Training (GET).
Our training will include all topics related to Wikipedia editing.
Vandalism, disruptive editing, challenges faced by Wikipedia editors and how to resolve them;
Using tools, scripts, gadgets;
Basic understanding of Outreach, GLAM, Wikimedia's India program works.
We understand that not everyone will need to be taught all these things. If one person needs help with Wikipedia editing and formatting, another person may want to learn about counter-vandalism, preventing disruptive editing etc. So, almost all our training sessions will be customizable, and our trainees will be given independence to choose/select topics which they want to learn.
This training session will be both:
Group discussion or session
This training sessions will mostly be online, we may conduct workshop sessions as well.
1. Wiki-markup language: Here we'll train editors how to use basic Wiki-markup language such as formatting text in bold, italic, underline, color (or anyothercolor), background color, supertext, sub-text, strikethough etc.
2. Common Wikipedia components: Here we'll teach to use these Wikipedia components.
Structure of a Wikipedia article: It'll discuss basic structure of a Wikipedia article. This will also include introduction to level 2, level 3 sections, red links, blue links etc.
Citations: Basic understanding of Wikipedia citations and verifiability, basic reference creation and modification method, basic understanding of reliable sources
Images: Uploading and using images on Wikipedia (or any other project, including Wikimedia Commons)
Infobox: Using existing infoboxes.
Templates: Using templates.
Categories: An introduction to categorization on Wikipedia
3. Sandbox Using user sandbox to make test edits or draft articles
5. Community structure: Basic idea of community structure, including: village pump, community portals, help desk, projects etc.
6. Policies: The following policies will be discussed:
What Wikipedia is not (or "What Wikipedia is"): It discussed "what Wikipedia is" and "what Wikipedia is not", such as Wikipedia is not a dictionary, Wikipedia is not a newspaper, Wikipedia is not a crystal-ball, Wikipedia is not a personal web-host or blog, and should not be used to like
Neutral point of view: Wikipedia articles must be written in a neutral point of view and must not be biased or push an opinion. Here we'll discuss this thing and
Copyrights policy: Copyright and copyright violation are taken very seriously in Wikipedia. Here we'll discuss on these things including fair use licenses, creative commons licenses, copyright violation checking and reporting
Etiquette and civility: it discussed expected behavior of editors, specially at the time of disputes or debates
Ignoring all rules (also what WP:IAR is not): It suggests if a rule prevents an editor from improving that should be ignored.
2. Core content policies The three core content policies are: