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Strategy consultation report

Fondasyon an Wikimedia (wmf) se yon òganizasyon san bi likratif, charitab ki sipòte ak operasyon an nan pwojè konesans wiki ki baze sou tankou Wikipedya.

Ki sa ou vle se yon bagay enpòtan. Nou ap travay sou yon estrateji pou wmf, epi nou bezwen kèk ide preliminè pou tan kap vini an nan. Nou ap rasanble enfòmasyon nan men moun tankou ou. Ekspètiz nan ak pèspektiv ou pote ap ede nou elaji panse nou ak jenere yon rezilta ki se vrèman reprezantan nan objektif komen nou an. Nou pral li kontribisyon ou a ede fòmile estrateji nou an, ki nou pral pataje avèk kominote a pou kòmantè.

If you would like more information, please review Background or check out this blog post.

How can you participate?

Please read the below scenario and answer the questions on the discussion page.

The scenario

The Internet environment is changing. In the next three years we expect to see stronger impact from at least two major global trends:

  • The world is going mobile. Trends show that mobile devices are becoming the primary (and often only!) method of access to the Internet for most people globally. Our sites need to be fully prepared for this.
  • The next billion Internet users are coming online (including a substantial number from Asia, Latin America, and Africa). These users may have little to no preconceived notion about any Wikimedia project and may have new motivations for participating when they do.

The questions

  1. What major trends would you identify in addition to mobile and the next billion users?
  1. Based on the future trends that you think are important, what would thriving and healthy Wikimedia projects look like?

Tell us what you think

Help shape the future of the Wikimedia Foundation by clicking the button below. Your input is appreciated as we begin this process.

Please remember that all answers are publicly posted and that by submitting them here you are releasing them in the public domain, so that we may use or release them for research or other purposes. Please do not provide private data here.