Doteli Wikimedians User Group/Events/SVG Translation Workshop 2019 in Nepal/Report
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SVG Translation Workshop 2019 in Nepal - Report
Goals and Outcome
Did you meet your goals? Are you happy with how the project went?
Workshop goal and outcomes
The workshop goal set and the outcomes of the workshop are presented in the table below:
|1||Introduction of SVG translation among Wikimedians in Nepal||Goal was met|
|2||Introducing the use of SVG translation applications and commons to maintain translated images||Goal was met|
|3||To promote translation and use of SVG images in Nepali, Maithili and Doteli language Wikipedias||Goal was met|
|4||Expected number of participants: 10-15||The number of participants was 10||Only 5 participants actively contributed in Translation|
|5||SVG Translation in Nepali, Doteli, and Maithili||
||Because of the time limitation and the less participation from the Maithili community, there is no translation in Maithili|
Image List to Translate: Click Here for the List
Discussion Etherpad: STW2019inNepal
Participants / Gallery
Participants from Nepali and Doteli community has participated in this one day workshop. Initially, participants were not aware about the SVG translation. The workshop was started with the basics of SVG translation following the translation of SVGs and contribution to the commons. During the one day workshop 46 images in total have been translated (35 images were translated in Nepali and 11 images in Doteli). Thus I can say that this workshop is able to spread the awareness of SVG translation among the Wikimedians of Nepal.
Besides the good number of translations, few things did not work well. The first thing that did not work well is the the participation from Maithili community, there was no participation, which was not expected. Again, because of the parallel events of Wiki Women Editathon and Wiki Loves Birds held in the month of March the participation was little less as I expected in the plan. Besides all these things, the workshop goes very well and was able to need the goals set.
Total grant received
No grant received before the workshop.
Grant funds spent
The expenses during the workshop are given in the table below:
|1||Venue, Internet service, Snacks/refreshment||0||Sponsored by Maitreya Technology|
|2||Banners and Stickers||1190||Sticker, banner and other stationeries|
|3||Food and refreshment||2170||Expenses for event day, pre-event/post-event meeting|
|4||Travel Expenses||1040||Transportation cost during working organization (taxi and public bus expenses)|
|5||Miscellaneous||400||Miscellaneous (printing cheat sheets, telephone, and other operating costs)|
Total spent = 4800 NRS (IC 3000)
Note: The Venue, projector service, and the tea was sponsored by the Maitreya Technology, Old Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal. Thus the expenses on the topic are reduced to the very low amount. I am thankful to the Maitreya Technology for the supporting us as local sponsor.