Movement Strategy/Continuous experimentation

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Continuous experimentation, technology, and partnerships for content, formats, and devices

Continuous experimentation, technology, and partnerships for content, formats, and devices is one of the three initiatives (or "outcomes") of the Innovate in Free Knowledge recommendation. It is about integrating innovation into the Wikimedia Movement not as a one-time thing, but as a routine process where new methods to share free knowledge are constantly explored and tested. This includes trying new formats of content (e.g. oral instead of written), new types (e.g. Abstract Wikipedia) or new devices (Internet-in-a-Box).

  • Build the necessary technology to make free knowledge content accessible in various formats. Support more diverse modes of consumption and contribution to our projects (e.g. text, audio, visual, video, geospatial, etc.).
  • Create tools and partnerships to facilitate bringing content from other data and knowledge bases to our projects..

Timeline

Participants

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  • A brief description of your interest and/or related work.
  • Any areas you are open to collaborate on with other Wikimedians.

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Interested Wikimedians

Latest updates

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  • There is a new grant application by user:Reda benkhadra. The proposal seeks to conduct a research to look into the state of the Open/Free Knowledge in the Middle-East and Africa (MEA) in order to develop an understanding of the challenges of the communities and projects and search for ways to address them to develop continuous experimentation in the Middle and Africa (MEA) region.

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