Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Cycle 2/Healthy, Inclusive Communities

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Cycle 2 of the discussion is now closed for final sensemaking and drafting. Please join us soon for the next cycle of this process.

Die Freiwilligenkultur wird in den Wikimedia-Projekten bis 2030 voll Freude sein, belohnend und integrativ sowohl für die bestehenden als auch für die neuen Beitragenden. Wir werden neue Freiwillige willkommen heißen und ihnen dabei helfen, dass sie eine großartige Erfahrung haben und weiterhin an unseren Projekten teilnehmen. Beitragende jeglichen Hintergrundes werden sich als Teil eines tief verbundenen Netzwerks von Gruppen und Organisationen fühlen. Als Ergebnis davon wird unsere Bewegung wachsen, sowohl in der Größe als auch in der Art, während unsere Projekte durch unsere gemeinsame Fürsorge blühen.

Unterthemen

Dieses Thema entstand aus den Beiträgen der Communities und organisierten Gruppe während der Diskussionen des ersten Zyklus. Hier sind die Unterthemen, aus denen dieses Thema generiert wurde. Siehe auch den Zyklus-1-Report, sowie das ergänzende Spreadsheet und die Entwurfssynthesemethodologie der mehr als 1800 thematischen Beiträge.

  • Community health
  • Community-Engagement & -Unterstützung
  • Diversität & Inklusion
  • Gender diversity
  • Interne Kommunikation
  • Benutzerbindung
  • Neue Benutzer
  • Erfahrene Benutzer
  • Leser

Einsichten aus den Diskussionen der Movement-Strategie und der Forschung

Einsichten der Wikimedia-Community (aus dieser Diskussion)

Einsichten von Partnern und Experten

Insights from user (readers and contributors) research

Andere Forschung

Ergebnisse der Wikimedia-Benutzeranalysen

  1. 220.000 User tragen monatlich bei: https://stats.wikimedia.org/EN/TablesWikimediaAllProjects.htm
  2. Ein verzehrtes Bild der Repräsentation: https://web.archive.org/web/20161024063241/https:/stats.wikimedia.org/wikimedia/squids/SquidReportPageEditsPerCountryOverview.htm
  3. Sinkende Nutzerbindung bei den englischsprachigen Wikimedia-Projekten: File:Monthly active editors.enwiki 2016-06.svg
  4. English Wikipedia monthly user retention: File:Enwiki.monthly user retention.survival proportion.svg

Information on Wikimedia affiliates and organized groups

  1. Wikimedia affiliates and organized groups: m:Wikimedia movement affiliates
  2. 100+ affiliates around the world: File:Wikimedia Capters and WMF Maps.svg

Past community engagement and donor research

  1. Gender gap remains: m:Community Engagement Insights
  2. Reader motivations: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1702.05379.pdf
  3. Editor motivations: File:Editor_Survey_2012_-_Wikipedia_editing_experience.pdf
  4. Money raised by the Foundation: File:FY1516DonationsByContinent.png
  5. Donor motivation survey: File:Wikimedia 2014 English Fundraiser Survey.pdf

Research from other sources

  1. "From Blueprint to Scale: The Case for Philanthropy in Impact Investing", http://acumen.org/content/uploads/2013/03/From-Blueprint-to-Scale-Case-for-Philanthropy-in-Impact-Investing_Full-report.pdf
  2. "The Future of Free Speech, Trolls, Anonymity, and Fake News Online", Pew Research Center: http://www.pewinternet.org/2017/03/29/the-future-of-free-speech-trolls-anonymity-and-fake-news-online/
  3. "Online Harassment", Pew Research Center: http://www.pewinternet.org/2014/10/22/online-harassment/
  4. "The Agency, The New York Times, "From a nondescript office building in St. Petersburg, Russia, an army of well-paid “trolls” has tried to wreak havoc all around the Internet": https://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/07/magazine/the-agency.html
  5. "Lithuanian Elves Combat Russian Influence Online", AP: https://apnews.com/27ce7f001bde4ccb9415ce4a0de74af1/lithuanian-elves-combat-russian-influence-online
  6. Underrepresented topics remain that way: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2016-12-22/how-woke-is-wikipedia-s-editorial-pool
  7. 84% of Wikipedia articles focus on Europe and North America: http://www.markgraham.space/blog/geographies-of-the-worlds-knowledge

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