Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources/Hindi Wikipedians - Google Hangout

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name of group Hindi Wikipedians
virtual location (page-link) or physical location (city/state/country) Google Hangout
Location type (e.g. local wiki, Facebook, in-person discussion, telephone conference) telephone conference
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  • Hindi Wikipedians - Google Hangout chat contains 20 active Hindi Wikipedians where discussions regarding various issues happen from time to time.

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1 15 years from now, It would be great to see Hindi Wikipedia reaching the current standards of English Wikipedia. content
2 Free knowledge for everyone will always be the key aspect of our movement. knowledge, free
3 Making Wikipedia accessibility from Portable Devices more easy. accessibility, portability
4 Wikipedia can replace textbooks in the next 15 years. education
5 Wikimedia Foundation and the Wikimedia Movement should reach to the villages. villages
6 It is important to collaborate with the local governments for mass outreach. collaboration, outreach, governments
7 We should focus on engaging Hindi lovers by using social media. innovation, social media
8 We should create easy Wikipedia tutorials, guides and ebooks in Hindi language. tutorials
9 For the promotion of Hindi Wikipedia, we should collaborate with Institutions like Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi University,Bhopal,MP. education, collaboration
10 Wikimedia Foundation or India Chapter should hire some paid staff to promote collaborations with Institutions. paid staff, collaboration
11 We should focus on quantitative and qualitative growth of Wikipedia quality, quantity
12 There should be more focus on the Wikipedia mobile application. application, mobility
13 We should use social media to engage new users. social media
14 We should also talk about the fact that Wikipedia is not just about education and Wikipedia is for entertainment related information as well. entertainment
15 We need to educate people regarding various gadgets that make editing easier. gadgets
16 There needs to more stress on developing better tools for Mobile Phones. mobiles, gadgets
17 Feature to easily translate articles on Mobile Phones should be introduced. translation, gadgets, mobiles
18 Content translation should be improved. Sometimes it takes more time to fix the article instead of writing it from scratch. translation
19 We should educate to use detailed, reliable sources, it will help to improve credibility of Wikipedia. quality, credibility
20 Scheduled education programs should be conducted for existing wikimedians, where they could be femiliarized with latest technology ,trends and standards pertaing to wikimedia. training
21 emphasis on wikibooks in collaboration with government (to urge them to release textbooks under CC ) and initiate an outreach drive government
22 adding new editing tools ,making existing tools easy and improving visual editor this will attract new and inexperienced wikimedians to work on wiki ease
23 More advertisement materials like pamphlets,stickers even sponsoring some events may help for reach of Wikimedia projects advertisement
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