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Introduccion

Objectius: Perqué sèm aicí uèi?

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Los nòstres objectius (BORROLHON):

  • Identificar coma movement una direccion fedretritz que nos oriente e nos inspire pendent los 15 ans seguents.
  • Bastir la fisança e la benvolença amb lo nòstre movement. Participar a un procediment legitim, transparent e dobèrt basat sul poder partejat, non pas sus una ierarquias.
  • Comprene melhor las personas e institucions que forman lo nòstre movement, coma aqueles qu'encara avèm pas atench, e cossí lors besonhs pòdon cambiar en los 15 ans seguents.
  • Bastir una compreneson partejada de çò que significa èsser un movement, cossí las personas exterioras pòdon participar, e quant nos costarà d'aumentar l'impacte del nòstre movement. S'unir a l'entorn de cossí créisser per aténher la nòstra vision.
  • Crear de relacions per espandir e enriquir lo nòstre movement e los sieus membres presents e futurs.




Procediment: Qué fasèm ara?

Aquela discussion es una de las fòrça que vendràn suls diferents grops e canals. Tendretz diferentas escasenças per partejar las vòstras pensadas e discutir de l'avenir del movement amb los autres.

D'en primièr parlarem de las idèas generalas, puèi convergirem cap a de tèmas e lor consequéncias.

Après Wikimania, parlarem dels ròtles e ressorças necessaris per metre en practica çò sus que sèm acordat.



Un movement, qu'es aquò?

Los movements son d'ecosistèmas poderoses e ciblats

De grops mobilizats, percebent l'iniquitat, s'organizan e agisson per cercar lo cambiament

D'entre los bons exemples i a:

  • Social - los movements de conservacion del climat e del mitan ambient
  • Politic - los movements dels EUA pels dreches civils e de las personas negras ("Black Lives Matter")
  • Empoderament: Los movements de l'entre-ajuda, del fasètz-o d'esperte e del microfinançament
  • Petrilhadas (mai coma de protèstas concrètas): Ocupant Wall Street

Començam una discussion de grand movement. Mas qué es exactament un movement? Quines exemples avèm dels movements coneguts de tipes diferents (politics, socials, locals/globals o basats sus empoderament)?



Movements transformadors

V. Cambiament gradual

  1. Dirigir amb una vision ausarda
  2. Realizat las valors partejadas per la practica
  3. Aprigondir las connexions comunitàrias
  4. Adoptar una forma de dirigir estrategica
Encastre d'impacte collectiu
  1. Un agenda commun
  2. Sistèmes de mesure partejadas
  3. Activitars d'enforçament mutual
  4. La comunication de contunh
  5. Organizacions de sosten moral
Teoria del movement social
  1. Comportament collectiu (dels individus, organizacions, grops e ressorgas)
  2. Privacion relativa e recerca de cambiament
  3. Mobilizacion de las ressorgas
  4. Escasença politica
  5. Impacte social

Vaquí 3 apròches diferents per avalorar los movements. Son totes fondats sus la recerca e l’experiéncia mas amb de punts de vista diferents.

Lo 1èr ven del Centre del Centre Movement Etrategic (Oakland, CA, USA) e ten un apròche local orientat cap a la comunautat; s'interèssa a inspirar los participants a enforçar los apròches fòrça transformators (a l'opozat de las activitats mai pichonas e diferencialas) per perturbar e possiblament eliminar l'expleitacion sistematica.

Lo 2nd es un apròche corrent sus las organizacions establidas per cercar - e expleitar - la valor de las activitats diferenciadas (e possiblament isolatadas) per coordonar los esfòrces e aver un impacte mai grand.

Lo 3en es una mena d'apròche mai academic per evaluar los aspects comuns dels movements socials, amb l'angle politic notable cridat. Totes aqueles tres “modèls” de l'evaluacion del movement pòt nos ajudar a veire d'importants elements del nòstre movement del “liure saber” e ajuda a trobar los mejans de l'optimizar.


Çò que sabèm sul futur: 2030 e al-delà

Lo mond en 2030: Un tot compausats d'èsser umans

Probabilistic Population Projections based on the World Population Prospects: The 2015 Revision

La tendéncia demografica mai significativa del sègle XXI serà la creissença rapida de la populacion en Africa.


Per exemple, s'estima que Lagos (Nigèria) creisserà fins a 24 de milions en 2030, qu'es la populacion actuala de Shanghai, la vila mai granda dins lo mond.

L'edat mediana de las personas dins lo mond diminuïrà fins a 33.1 ans, e s'estima qu'un quart de la jovença del mond viurà en Africa.


The World in 2030 - Presentation for movement strategy discussions.pdf

Dins d'autres païses, la populacion creisserà mai lentament o diminïrà, e vendrà mai vielha.

Fòrça païses auràn de populacions de seniors enòrmament grandas.

Per exemple, la proporcion de ciutadans chineses de mai de 60 d'ans creisserà de 16.1% a 25.2% en 2030.



La societat en 2030: D'umans sus una meteissa planèta

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Los 8,5 miliards de terrians de 2030 se partajaràn encara la meteissa planèta. Lo nòtre movement pòt pas ignorar aquelas evolucions del nòtre environament e ecosistèma. Devèm prene consciéncia de las autras escomesas que pausa la populacion mondiala, e cossí influencian sul nòstre movement.

Es pas a dire que lo movement Wikimedia ensajariá de resòlvre lo rescalfament climatic o las inegalitats mondialas; es pas la nòstra preocupacion primièra.

I a pasmens una urgéncia dins la nòstra quista de partejar liurament la coneissença; l'autosatisfaccion es un privilègi que la majoritat de la populacion umana pòt pas s'ofrir.



Las solucions son connectadas.

Segon lo Centre d'estrategia del movement, fòrça movements cercan de resòlvre de problèmas que son interconnectats, amb de solutions que son tanben connectadas:

Transicion dempuèi los sistèmas basats sus: cap a… Sistèmas basats en:
Extraction Regeneracion
Control Democracia
Exclusion Inclusion
Accumulation Cooperacion

Los experts dels movements socials identifican los simptòmas comuns dels sistèmas que servís a accumular de riquesa e poder dins las mans qualques uns.

Lo movement Wikimedia es un exemple de las solucions multiplas que prepausa de resòlvre aqueles problèmas. Lo partatge liure de la coneissença transferís lo poder dels eleits cap al pòble. Lo biais qu'abitualament se crea e s'esspandís la liura coneissença del saber wikis es subretot inclusiu e cooperatiu.

La saviesa, la generositat, e lo gentum manifestats dins las nòstras comunautats se pòdon tanben veire dins d'autres movements socials que cercan a melhorar lo futur collectiu.



Educacion en 2030

The World in 2030 - Presentation for movement strategy discussions.pdf

5% more young people are enrolled in primary school than were enrolled in 2000 (89% and 84%, respectively).[e 1]

50% of out-of-school children of primary school age live in conflict-affected areas.[e 2]

85% of the global population is literate, up from 82% in 2000.[e 1]



Tecnologia en 2030

The World in 2030 - Presentation for movement strategy discussions.pdf

15 ans es una eternitat dins lo mond de la tecnologia; lo tot connectat, lo telefòn intelligent tactil ara omnipresents sul mercat existián pas 15 ans enrè.

Predire la technologia 15 ans per avança es dificil, mas de tendéncias semblan anar seguent.

Una d'aquela trendéncia es la creissença de la penetracion d'internet pel mond, e subretot dins los centres densament poblats dels païses emergents.



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Una autra tendéncia fòrta es l'aument dels accès, aisinas e practiças mobilas. En 2015, Lo trafic mobil cap a Wikipedia passèt aquel dels ordinateurs fixes pel primièr còp. La mobilat cambia fòrça las condicions d'accès dins los païses emergents. Fòrça usaires tenon l'informacion en linha, puèi la realizan e la partejan fòra linha.

Las platafòrmas de communication creisson rapidament, evolvant de simplas conversacions cap a una communicacion mai significativa.

L'usatge del telefón intelligent creissent significa partejar las istòrias a meruda qu'aparéisson.

Lo nòstre movement e ecosistèma: Qui sèm uèi?

Lo nòstre movement ara: limits fluids

Strategy Graphic.pdf

Qué volèm dire per "movement" dins lo contèxte de Wikimedia e sa vision? I a diferentas perspectivas sus çò qu'es lo movement.

We're a large and diverse group of people doing a lot of different things, playing a lot of different roles, at different levels of involvement.

Our movement is also part of a larger ecosystem of movements, organizations, and individuals. Some of them have interests similar to ours, and others work against our efforts.



Individual contributors today

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Almost 75,000 individual editors currently make more than 5 edits in a month. Of those, almost 13,000 make over 100 edits in a month.

The work of contributing to Wikipedia and its sister sites is complex, so contributors tend to specialize in the roles that they fill. These roles range from content-focused (actual writing of content), support (templates, building tools/bots), administrative, social work (e.g. mediating disputes) and quality control (vandal fighting & new page patrol).

Newcomers tend to enter via content-creation roles and move to social and technical roles as they gain experience.

Individual contributors also include developers, designers, and others who create and improve the tools and software platform that runs Wikimedia sites.



Organized groups today

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Organized groups and affiliates provide a structure for groups of individuals to organize activities that advance the movement. As of March 2017, there are 40 chapters focused on specific geographies, 75 user groups, and 1 thematic organization.

There is a wide variety across affiliates in terms of models, levels of activity, and finances. Some have paid staff and others are entirely run by volunteers. Some can provide support to individual contributors and others focus on events and outreach.

There is no single model of what an affiliate should become; it depends on their capacities and external circumstances.


The Wikimedia Foundation today

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The Wikimedia Foundation is currently the largest organization in the movement. It was created in 2003 and has around 290 staff and contractors based around the world and in San Francisco.

One of the Foundation's main activities today is to provide direct support to websites and improve the technical platform supporting Wikimedia sites.

The Foundation also runs programs and grants to support individuals, communities, and affiliates across the movement.

This movement strategy process will notably influence what the Foundation focuses on in the next 15 years.



Movement growth and tensions

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Over the last 15 years, our movement has grown and become more complex. Along the way, there have been disagreements, mild and strong. There have been decisions involving power, money, and breaches of trust that have hurt relationships across the movement.

Many of us in the movement have felt wronged. Some have made mistakes that we might feel we can't ignore. Instead, we would ask that we acknowledge our shared history and learn from what we could have done better.

We can take a moment to reflect on the past, air any grievances, and heal before we can make plans for a future that we build together.

What do we do today in the movement?

Activities across the movement today

We create content, we consume content, we support content creators and consumers



Finances today

This section is currently Foundation-centric. Please help improve it to reflect finances across the whole movement, or propose improvements on the talk page.

September 2016 Monthly Metrics Meeting.pdf

More than 5 million readers around the world donated $77 million USD in the Wikimedia Foundation’s 2015–2016 fiscal year. Donations were about $15 USD on average.

While the Foundation raises funds all year long internationally, the bulk of the revenue (almost 50%) comes in during the December English campaign.

Wikimedia's email fundraising program continues to grow significantly, doubling email revenue for the second year running. Readers opt-in for future email communications when they make a donation, and a year later the fundraising team sends a few reminders to donate.



September 2016 Monthly Metrics Meeting.pdf

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Iberoconf 2014 - Funds Dissemination Committee.pdf

Narrative

Why are we part of this movement?

Rationale: Show the diversity of motivations and also the common values shared across the movement. Understand what the members of these groups get out of being part of the movement.

Motivations of contributors

Points to convey: See Research:Codex/Motivations of contributors and related links, Research:Necromancy, Studies on motivations of volunteer Wikipedians?, Research:Newsletter/2013/November#What drives people to contribute to Wikipedia? Experiment suggests reciprocity and social image motivations

Format:

Contact: Guillaume

  • People are motivated by both personal and social factors. Group identity and perceived value of contribution to the group is critical beating social loafing.
  • Fun, Learning and Social-seeking reasons seem to dominate high contribution editors. Ideological alignment seems to be less predictive of high contribution rates
  • Feelings of self-efficacy and positive feedback are critical to sustained contribution
  • The motivation of new editors is strongly negatively affected by negative feedback and the rate of negative feedback for good-faith newcomers has been rising.


Editor Motivations.pdf

Narrative



Motivations of readers and content consumers

Why We Read Wikipedia - English WP survey response distribution.pdf

English Wikipedia is read in a wide variety of use cases that differ in their motivation triggers, the depth of information needs, and readers' prior familiarity with the topic.

[For more details about the study and results, please refer to https://arxiv.org/pdf/1702.05379.pdf. For a more detailed summary of results, please refer to section 4.3.]



Why We Read Wikipedia.pdf

Some interesting user behavior observations based on the Wikipedia reader study: Users who intend to use Wikipedia for work or school (19.5% of the participants, left table) are more frequently observed for specific topics of articles, namely war & history, mathematics, technology, biology & chemistry, and literature & arts.

For the first two of these topics, users are more than twice as often motivated by work or school motivations when compared to the average Wikipedia user. While these topics cover a wide range of different areas, all of them are more related to academic or professional activities than for leisure.

Additionally, this type of motivation is more often reported by users accessing Wikipedia’s desktop version. This could be expected since many work/school activities are performed in office settings.

Furthermore, we can see that this motivation occurs more often for users who are referred by external search engines multiple times in a session, and by users who stay longer on an individual page, which can be seen as a potential indicator for intensive studying.

By contrast, users who describe their motivation as bored/random (right table), are more likely to use internal navigation within Wikipedia and to spend only little time on the individual articles.

Also, they tend to switch topics between the individual articles more often (as indicated by the subgroup with a high average topic distance).

These are telltales for less focused browsing behavior. Bored users also view more articles on Wikipedia both within the survey session and overall during the study period.

Finally, this motivation can also be observed more frequently for articles that cover specific topics, such as sports, 21st century, and TV, movies, & novels.

Clearly, these topics are more leisure-oriented and are in stark contrast to the previously discussed topics favored by users who use Wikipedia for work or school.



Motivations of donors

Points to convey: See [Wikimedia-l] Fundraising Update - Japan - Focus Group and Survey Findings, File:Wikimedia Survey 2014 English Fundraiser.pdf , File:Report.WikimediaJapan.f.071916.pdf

A few quotes from donors

Some information from surveys: do people know we're a nonprofit, how much are interested in contributing content, etc.

Format:

Contact: Caitlin C., Lisa



Narrative



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Narrative

A living movement: How we're evolving

Rationale: Build understanding of the dynamics of the main groups within the movement

Trends in contribution

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Points to convey: Contributors to the wikis are the most visible part of the movement. What do we know about them? Wiki-wide trends e.g. Rise and Decline, different dynamics across wikis. A summary of Research:WMF Strategy document: Research about contributors. Community health, civility, metrics about harassment

Microcontributions, offline events

Gender bias on Wikipedia, Gender gap, Research:Gender gap

Diversity improves quality: it is important that some editors are highly experienced while others are more green. It's important that few editors contribute a lot to an article while most others contribute only a little.

To newcomers, the rules are complex and often non-intuitive. This causes difficulty and often leads to frustration for good-faith newcomers. It also results in power disparities where experienced editors are more empowered by their "process literacy" to "win" disputes.

Rationale:

Format: A few charts (if applicable) and a few sentences summarizing what we know (and possibly what we don't know)

Contact: Guillaume, Aaron


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All large Wikipedias appear to demonstrate a pattern of exponential rise starting in 2004 and slowing in 2007. While most wikis' active editor counts held relatively constant since 2006, the English Wikipedia has experienced a substantial and sustained decline.

At the root of this decline in English Wikipedia's active editors appears to be a sudden decline in the retention of good-faith newcomers due to the negative environment caused by counter-vandalism tools that "view newcomers through a lens of suspiciousness".



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Trends in content

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Points to convey: Number of languages, levels of activity and growth rates. Comparison of the amount of content in languages. Map of geotagged articles.

Diversity of content. Place and dynamics of sister projects. Content gaps.

https://arxiv.org/abs/1501.06307

http://epjdatascience.springeropen.com/articles/10.1140/epjds/s13688-016-0066-4

Rationale:

Format:

Contact: Asaf, Leila, Katy/Chris S.



Wikistats 2014 Wikimania London Annotated.pdf

Narrative

Interactive version



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There are significant knowledge gaps in Wikipedia today. If Arabic is the only language you know or you prefer to read in, a language with 467M native speakers, you can only learn about 87K geographical locations in the world using Wikipedia.

If you speak all the languages for which we have a Wikipedia project, you can only learn about 2M geographical locations using Wikipedia. While this example is focused on geo-taggable articles, it clearly shows the gaps of knowledge in one specific area.

Significant gaps exist in many Wikipedia languages across many fields and the future editors will need to close these gaps for access to sum of all knowledge to become a reality.



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Trends in readership and content consumption

2014 Readership Update, WMF Metrics Meeting, December.pdf

Wikimedia sites provide knowledge to hundreds of millions of readers, and we don't track them.

A third of them come from Google, a third from internal links, and a third from other places (social media and other search engines).

Many readers consume Wikimedia content through indirect reuse, like syndication and knowledge panels. This audience is estimated to be in order of magnitude of one billion but it very difficult to measure.



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Global north, global south. Wikipedia very well know in some parts of the world and not in others offline, education. Kiwix, Wiki Med


How we measure our success

Placeholder for Suzie's updated metrics from the 2010-2015 strategic plan:

  • Number of people served
  • Number of Wikipedia articles
  • Increase percentage of very high quality material
  • Number of editors doing 5+edits/month
  • Number of women and Global South editors

Looking back, we seem to have made some progress on the main priorities that emerged from the 2010-2015 strategic plan.

However the metrics that we’ve been using to measure our success don’t always reflect the progress that we're seeing.



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Are we really measuring what we want to measure? What would be better ways to measure the progress of the movement as a whole, not just that of Wikimedia organizations?


The future of our movement in 2030

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Questions & prompts: What is the future we want to build together as a movement in the next 15 years?

  • Who do we want to be?
  • What do we want to do?