Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources/Hindi Community Salon for Wikimedia Strategy Bhopal 9 September 2017

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General overview[edit]

The Team[edit]

S.No Name Organization / Institute Position Notes
1 Suyash Dwivedi Wikimedia India, Hindi Wikimedians User Group Member of Executive Committee, Founder Member Organizer
2 Swapnil Karambelkar Hindi Wikimedians User Group Co-Organizer
3 Vijay Tiwari Hindi Wikipedia

List of Dignitaries[edit]

S.No Name Organization / Institute Position Notes
1 Dr. S.S. Amritphale Advanced Materials and Processes Research Institute (AMPRI) Director Govt. Institution CSIR
2 Dr. S.K.Sanghi Advanced Materials and Processes Research Institute (AMPRI) Sr. Principal Scientist Govt. Institution CSIR
3 Dr. Rekha Roy Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi Vishwavidyalaya Head of the department, Hindi Women Participant
4 Dr. Manoj Sharma Regional Museum of Natural History, Bhopal Scientist Incharge Museum
5 Manik Gupta Regional Museum of Natural History, Bhopal Scientist Incharge Museum
6 Dr. Surya Kumar Pandey Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya Office incharge Museum
7 Prabal Roy Regional Science Centre, Bhopal Project Coordinator Science Center
8 Dr. Tanima Dutta Chitransh Amulya Dutta Post Graduate College Vice principal Women Participant ,Education
9 Abhinav Bhatnagar Xyron Induistry, Board Member Extol Education Group CEO Industry,Education
10 Anand Dubey SynQues Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. CEO Software Industry
11 Er. Arati Bajpai ITSC TECHNOLOGIES PVT.LTD Project Coordinator Women Participant , Service sector
12 Aditi Bajpai Institute for excellence in higher education (IEHE) Bhopal Student Women Participant ,Student representative
13 Rajiv Pandey Birds Photographer Wildlife Photographer Social sector
14 Saloni Kolhe Pixel Photography, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) Core Team Women Participant ,Education and photography
15 Amrita Das Freelance Writer and Photographer Women Participant ,Writer
16 Aakash Jaiswal Tooryanaad Student President Student and social representative
17 Rajnish Khare Social Media Social representative
18 Dileep Tiwari Channel Head, Zee News Media


Wikimedia Commons

Key question[edit]

  1. How our communities and content stay relevant in a changing world?
  2. How could we capture the sum of all knowledge when much of it cannot be verified in traditional ways?
  3. How can we counteract the increasing levels of misinformation?
  4. How to be as useful as possible to the world as the creation, presentation, and distribution of knowledge change?
  5. How to meet our current and future readers’ needs as the world undergoes significant population shifts in the next 15 years?

Suggested Input/Feedback[edit]

  • Hindi typing on Wikipedia is still the biggest problem-(Supported by 4 participants)
  • Approval of info that it purely authenticated.(Supported by 3 participants)
  • Need to provide Wikipedia app by default on mobiles (Supported by 2 participants)
  • Some Hindi words are difficult to understand.(Supported by 2 participants)
  • Need to provide Wikipedia social media like facebook.(Supported by 2 participants)
  • Need to tap knowledge of the retired person who have lots of knowledge and time.(Supported by 3 participants)
  • Advertisement of Hindi Wikipedia to create pubic awareness on TV/Print/online/Social media.(Supported by 3 participants)
  • Need to create pubic awareness about documentation in masses.(Supported by 2 participants)
  • Every article is published in English but it should be compulsory that it publishes in mother tongue too. (Supported by 2 participants)
  • Hindi is very demanding in the market and commercial areas (T.V. shows) but students are used to English language most.(Supported by 1 participants)
  • Authentication of the source is a big problem so norms must be formulated about the type of source and its neutrality.((Supported by 6 participants)
  • Prior confirmation must be made about the information whether it is fake or not.(Supported by 4 participants)