Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources/Russian-speaking projects’ village pumps

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name of group Russian-speaking Wikimedians
virtual location (page-link) or physical location (city/state/country) multiple
Location type (e.g. local wiki, Facebook, in-person discussion, telephone conference) local wiki
# of participants in this discussion (a rough count) ≈5
The communities strictly in Russian Wikipedias with Russian-speaking communities

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Summary for the discussion:

Line Statement (summary sentence) Keywords
1 Share more experience across Wikimedia projects, including mentoring smaller projects by the bigger ones. experienced users, community engagement
2 Develop Wikimedia projects in the languages that aren’t yet represented in Wikimedia community. multilingualism, outreach
3 Prioritise multilingualism in Wikimedia movement. multilingualism, community engagement
4 Improve free unrestricted access to the free knowledge, Internet shouldn’t control the humankind. outreach, access
5 Expand access to the free knowledge through further development of wikis. community engagement
6 Focus on different languages and engage with more volunteers from different regions. multilingualism, user engagement
7 Improve the ability of cross-cultural and international communication and exchange of experience between the volunteers. multilingualism, community engagement
8 Be multilingual and multicultural as a global movement. multilingualism
9 Level the playing field for all the languages of the world. multilingualism, outreach, activities
10 Learn from each other, improve for the collaborative work that we all do. user engagement, experienced users
11 Work in one common direction, regardless of languages, religions, colour of skin and other differences. community engagement
12 Drive home the message that only through self-culture one can change both themself and the world around them. outreach, user engagement
13 Attract into the movement more young people, create the continuity of generations. outreach, newcomers
14 Foster the collaboration with partner schools and universities of the UNESCO to introduce Wikipedia into the educational process. outreach, activities

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Line Statement (summary sentence) Keywords
1 [The main goal of Wikimedia movement is] expansion of access to the free knowledge through further development of wikis. … [For accelerating our progress] it is important to focus on different languages which would allow to engage with more volunteers from different regions. Today, unfortunately, English strongly dominates in the work of Wikimedia movement and there’s not a lot of work happening to improve the ability of cross-cultural and international communication and exchange [of experience] for a lot of volunteers. Visem @ bawiki multiculturalism, organising, user engagement
2 Global [movement of?] Wikimedia, as I see it, must be multilingual and multicultural, bring knowledge in different fields of study, express humanistic aspirations, centuries-old moral values of the nations. … Authors should work for a full due, by the voice of their hearts, relying on the principle of ‘if you pledge, don’t hedge’, [they] should attract more users, both the young and the older ones. Аҡҡашҡа @ bawiki multilingualism, outreach
3 The humankind is comprised of different nations which speak in 6,500 languages of the world. According to UNESCO, every two weeks one language disappears from the face of the earth. … [The main goal of Wikimedia movement is] leveling the playing field for all the languages of the world. Һәҙиә @ bawiki multilingualism

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