last updated: 01 March 2015
Wikipedia has been popular in India since its initial years, especially as a source of information. Though a major number of edits from India are anonymous IP edits, India has produced some excellent editors as well. These editors have worked hard to improve and increase India related content on Wikipedia over the years. WikiConferenceIndia 2011 was successful in many ways, and we need such conference for national integration.
last updated: 01 March 2015
Diversity training is a practice which teaches people how to be more accepting of differences in others, and how to minimize the risk of offending others. In-person Wikimedia community groups should have access to this.
last updated: 27 February 2015
To ask the Ada Initiative to train 20 (or more) admins on the English Wikipedia to increase awareness of issues that affect women editors, and to enable those admins to moderate and close discussions that have gender-gap implications.
last updated: 23 February 2015
Develop a New Administrator and annual training program for Admins and require its completion prior to getting the tools and annually thereafter in order to keep the tools.
last updated: 16 February 2015
The organizers of the February 2014 Art+Feminism Wikipedia Editathon seek support to expand the success of this highly successful bootstrapped event into an ongoing series, with training materials.
last updated: 16 February 2015
Participation in Wikimedia projects can bring stress to its volunteers. Modeled from other peer-to-peer counseling services, the Wikimedia community develops its own support group.
last updated: 30 January 2015
I've been seeing other movements and programs use Open Badges as a way of giving users certification and micro credentials for skills or accomplishments on specific platforms (like Mozilla's Webmaker) that can be exported and used in other contexts like online CVs and social media sites.
last updated: 01 January 2015
The project is to conduct a investigation with Tunisians to know the impact of wikipedia and other wikimedia project the Possible use of wikimedia project Tunise, involve more people in the use of wikimedia project.
last updated: 22 November 2014
The idea is based in the creation of labs where people can experience Wikipedia and the Wikimedia projects, can find trainers, have workshops and experiment the collaboration.
last updated: 01 October 2014
Create a software that transforms LaTex's code in spoken words in order to make mathematics and the listening of formulas accessible to blind and dyslexic people who normally use speech programs to access to the knowledge.
last updated: 18 September 2014
Wikimedians will come together to decide on a scientific or historical topic suitable for documentary treatment, then collaboratively script and film a feature length documentary on this topic.
last updated: 06 September 2014
Most new comers to editing feel uneasy about the fear of possible rejection. To encourage a smooth entry to the editor’s club, a micro-editing capsule/suite may prove encouraging.
last updated: 18 August 2014
informare le persone su tutto quello che riguarda il cancro, attraverso presentazioni, conferenze nelle scuole, donazioni ai centri di ricerca, stesura di pubblicazioni e libri
last updated: 09 August 2014
Help pages on Wikimedia projects are mostly written like Wikipedia articles. The are not easy to read or understand, and sometimes are just written by advanced users, for advanced users.
last updated: 26 July 2014
Build a scoring system that allows multiple reviewers to score IEG proposals against a set of predefined criteria. System should be flexible enough to be reused for other types of applications (event scholarships, etc) later on.
last updated: 25 July 2014
This idea is for Wikimedia NYC and Wikimedia NE to jointly apply for a Project and Event Grant (PEG) for funds to facilitate inter-chapter support and to grow the network of Wikipedians in the Northeast Area.
last updated: 04 July 2014
I would like to expand the contest-based idea of "Wiki Loves Monuments", which is mostly about uploading photos on Wikimedia Commons, into a formula that works also in other areas of cultural heritage, and specifically, other projects such as Wikipedia, Wikisource, and Wikivoyage.
last updated: 08 March 2014
English Wikipedia's Wiki Project Medicine has translated millions of words of medical articles into smaller languages; some of these translations are just sitting there waiting to be integrated into local language versions. This project will organize a community team around making that happen.
last updated: 06 January 2014
Want to thank for an edit? Want to undo but too lazy to add comment? Vandalism warning templates and WikiLove too dry and generic? Too much anti-vandalism manual work? Do it server-side.
last updated: 28 December 2013
The purpose of this project is raise awareness and understanding of contributors with mental health challenges, to support volunteers who have mental health challenges, and to empower all editors to work with editors who have mental health challenges constructively and productively.
last updated: 20 November 2013
Investigate ways that the movement recognizes core volunteers, create a culture of appreciation where it doesn't exist yet, and ensure that volunteer recognition is an integral part of any new volunteer programme.
last updated: 26 October 2013
A set of infrastructure, coordination resources and regular meetups aimed toward increased collaboration between individuals interested in data analysis of Wikimedia projects (academics, WMF staff and community members).
last updated: 15 September 2013
Mentorship program designed around a high-touch on-boarding process and a curated user experience allowing for proper matching of newcomers (newbies) and senior editors. The program will address known challenges by focusing on specific modalities for user engagement and retention known to work in other settings.
last updated: 30 August 2013
Museum publications as part of GLAM Institutions can be used by teachers as supplementary resources on a wide range of heritage topics related to the curriculum as a great way of disseminating information to student thereby giving each student an opportunity to have something to write about on Wikipedia. Outreach programs such as these will encourage everyone to develop learning attitude and sharing collections within the encyclopedia and also they could be used in a variety of lesson plans from social studies to science by teachers to mentor students or even be uploaded on Wiki Varsity as a learning material. Children would be responsible for bringing knowledge, maintaining frequent displays and gathering more information, as a way of developing their research and analytical skills hence growing the great encyclopedia.
last updated: 10 July 2013
Developing a new way to asses admin. editors. activities and allow "secret-shoppers" to volunteer to collect data and information, and allow evaluation of what that data means for the health of Wikipedia. The risk of the project is the potential loss of active editors and valuable admin. who could potentially be offended enough to leave. So mitigating that would also be a goal.
last updated: 17 January 2016
The aim of the project is to develop a tool to extract etymological relationships from Wiktionary, to build a database of etymological relationships, and to develop an interactive and open source tool to visualize the etymological tree of words in Wiktionary....
last updated: 14 January 2016
I would love to see a survey of women who don't contribute to Wikimedia and ask them about their reasons/experiences/etc. There could be two surveys, in fact: one of women who are ex-contributors and one of women who've never contributed....
last updated: 07 January 2016
Through qualitative interviews with women Wikipedia editors, this study examines the lived experiences of these women in order cultivate a deeper, more nuanced understanding of how women’s participation shapes and is shaped by the Wikipedia community....
last updated: 17 October 2015
The answer to the question “why women do not contribute to Wikipedia” often inclines to the reproduction of certain patriarchal stereotypes for women in general and women’s relationship to technology in particular. The common belief that women are reluctant of engaging in Wikipedia, due to the fact that the area is male dominated, insinuates tactfully that women lack the criteria and the potential. This common and controversial belief does not help clarify the matter. It rather obscures it. Our project is to propose and explore a different approach on the issue based on the greek case. Our main focus is to explore how the labor needed in order to contribute to Wikipedia is experienced by men and women in Greece. In other words, how the time-consuming task of editing plays a significant role and how it is affected by offline activities. The project will be based on a qualitative research through a series of interviews with members of the Wikipedia community in Greece, women scholars (professors, phd candidates etc.) engaged in various fields of social sciences and women professional writers (journalists)....
last updated: 27 September 2015
For GLAM entities that provide unique identifiers and permanent links to digitized content and catalog records, I would like to expand the existing project collocated under the following category #Category:Museums_external_links_templates to offer these links at other GLAM entities...
last updated: 20 September 2015
Port the Wiki Loves Monuments PA tool to a recent version of the Symfony framework, add features and UX improvements; and add installation, administration and usage documentation....
last updated: 07 June 2015
Women who access the web are likely to search for resources of interest, including those they may wish to contribute to. By adding to those already popular on the English Wikiversity, more women are likely to read and contribute....
last updated: 01 May 2015
Provide visibility to Wikipedia as an organisation committed to understanding & supporting gender issues by expanding Wikipedia's repository of legal knowledge to contain gendered issues and creating safe space for conversation about change....