Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources/Drafting/Polish Wikipedia

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Information[edit]

  • Discussion mainly for Polish Wikipedia but also Polish sister projects
  • Source page: Talk:Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Direction/pl
  • Discussion coordinators summarize and submit local feedback to the draft via the summary skeleton.
  • If a point is "above the bar" (priority 1) - strong sentiment by the local community that something absolutely needs to change, be removed or added - then the coordinator also adds comments to the talk page on Meta as well while referencing the sources statement - do this on an ongoing basis.
Sections
  • A - Direction: The future we imagine (green box).
  • B - Remaining sections: Reasoning, Implications.


Priorities
  • 1 - This is absolutely necessary change (either to keep or to eliminate)
  • 2 - This is a change, but not absolutely necessary
Section Priority Summary Statement Overall sentiment Keyword or phrase
A 1 Example: supportive example
B 2 Example concern example
A 2 Example concern example

Summary[edit]

Section Priority Summary Statement Overall sentiment Keyword or phrase
A 1 Experts writing the direction are too far from the "earth". The direction is about we want to be most open, most reliable, mos supportive and generally "the best", but does not contain any workable goals.Talk:Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Direction/pl#Odlecieli… concern Cosmic vision, not real one
A 1 This is an advertising PR text, wishful thinking and propaganda, lacking any substance. concern Wishful thinking
B 1(?) General remark that "be bold", which means improving editing experience for newbies should be an absolute priority direction neutral ease of editing as a priority direction
B - General remark "it's so pompous" neutral pompous

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