Content Partnerships Hub
Improving the Wikimedia movement’s work with content partners
This is a first, incomplete list of tools that the Content Partnerships Hub has identified (by end October 2022) as quite important for content partnerships in the Wikimedia community. Another public version of this tool list (likely with some different tools) is collected on Toolhub: https://toolhub.wikimedia.org/lists/147.
We have collected this list of tools via (among other things):
- Asking the community during workshops, e.g. this session during the 2022 European GLAMwiki coordinators meeting
- We want to organize such workshops in other groups and communities too. Let us know if you want to host us!
- Searching in existing tool portals and lists, for instance Toolhub
- Our own day-to-day work and knowledge
New tools that we encounter are first added to the longlist in a living / continuously updated spreadsheet (Google docs): — it contains more tools than mentioned in the list below, including tools that are a bit related to content partnerships, but not very strongly. We made good use of this older compilation (Google docs), collected in 2017 by the Wikimedia Foundation, with a focus on Wikimedia Commons.
If you miss crucial tools, feel free to add them in a comment to the spreadsheet mentioned above, or here on the talk page.
- ↑ Some of the listed tools cover multiple steps in this workflow, but have here been listed under just one of these.