Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017

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Join the conversation: Your voice matters

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Join an existing discussion

WMF-Agora-Language selection-crop 3492D1.svg There are many ways to participate. You may join online discussions on your local wiki, on social media, or here on Meta-Wiki. You may also join video calls and in-person workshops or meetings.

There are three cycles of discussions. The first cycle ended on April 18, 2017. The team is now organizing information and adapting the process based on the feedback received. The next cycle is set to begin on May 5, 2017.

Help organize

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Host your own discussion

WMF-Agora-Language selection-crop 3492D1.svg If your community doesn't have a discussion yet, you are invited to organize one. It can be on your wiki, in meetings, over video, on social media, or other places. What really matters is that you share a summary here on Meta-Wiki.

Learn more

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Current updates

WMF-Agora-Language selection-crop 3492D1.svg Katherine Maher sends weekly summaries of what is happening around the movement strategy process. You can also sign up to receive news on your talk page.


About the four tracks

There are many different groups in our movement, who engage with information in different ways. In order to understand their needs and perspectives better, the core team has organized "tracks" of research and dialogue with different audiences. You may identify as belonging to several groups and you are welcome to participate in more than one track.

A

Organized groups

This group includes Wikimedia movement affiliates, organized movement committees including the Funds Dissemination Committee and Affiliations Committee, staff members at the Wikimedia Foundation, the Foundation Board of Trustees, and other organized or semi-organized groups that help support the movement.

B

Individual contributors

This group includes individual contributors, such as editors, curators, and volunteer developers, across different languages and Wikimedia projects.

C

Higher awareness regions

This group includes existing and new readers of our projects, and existing and potential partners, in countries or languages where we are well-known (and have high reach in terms of awareness and usage).

D

Lower awareness regions

This group includes existing and new readers of our projects, and existing and potential partners, in countries or languages where we are not well-known (and have limited reach in terms of awareness and usage).


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The process

WMF-Agora-Language selection-crop 3492D1.svg The core strategy team has prepared a process in collaboration with a Steering Committee of long-time volunteer Wikimedians.


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The team

WMF-Agora-Language selection-crop 3492D1.svg Many groups of people from across the movement are working together to organize the strategy process (and you can be one of them!)


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Frequently asked questions

WMF-Agora-Language selection-crop 3492D1.svg Answers to more questions are available in the Frequently asked questions.


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Suggest improvements

(English) You are invited to discuss the process and ask more questions on the talk page.

See also