Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Topics/Technology in 2030
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15 years is an eternity in the world of technology
- W:2000s in science and technology
- Asian and English communities suggest to make Wikipedia available in every village, independent of its connectivity. (§Bn1.2, §En1, §Hi1.6,§Hi2.5, §Hi1.18, §Vi6).
Formats of knowledge
- We need to invest more in alternative formats of knowledge like audio, maps, alternative forms of visualization, and stronger mobile capabilities, augmented reality, improved search, AI; potentially shifting away from the established desktop-focused creation and curation model (?). (§Bn1.8, §De2.26, §En4, §Fr5, §Fr57, §Hi1.5, §Hi2.8, §Hi2.3, §It3.8, §Meta2, §Meta12, §Meta19).
Unifying the projects to a multilingual realm
- Some communities favor exploring the possibilities of closer interwiki collaboration, up to and including unifying projects in multilingual entities. (§Bn1.25, §Fr11, §He8, §Hi1.24, §It1.1, §It3.1, §It3.6, §Meta14, §Pl1.8, §Ru1.3, §Ru2.6, §Es1, §Sv5)
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