Recomanacions per a assolir la visió de Wikimedia 2030
|Update February 24
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A les pàgines següents, trobareu la primera versió del document d’estratègia del moviment, que inclou 13 recomanacions per al canvi, principis subjacents, una visió general del procés i una narració del canvi que explica com s’han entrellaçat i dissenyat aquestes recomanacions en el seu conjunt, per tal d’ajudar a alinear-se amb la nostra direcció estratègica.
Podeu llegir el contingut bàsic en àrab, anglès, francès, alemany, hindi, portuguès i castellà. La versió anglesa també conté una secció anomenada "Principis", més extensa, i les seccions "Per què" i "Com" ampliades per a cada recomanació, que ofereixen raonaments i context addicionals. A més, aquest contingut enllaça a seccions més detallades sobre “Input comunitari” per a cada recomanació. Aquestes visions provenen de tot el Moviment i han estat publicades en debats en línia i fora de línia en salons d'estratègia a tot el món i a Wikimania.
El contingut de les recomanacions és altament interdependent. Per comprendre com es connecten les recomanacions entre elles, vos recomanem que primer llegiu la narració del canvi. Vos animem a llegir cada recomanació i revisar-la des de la perspectiva de la vostra comunitat o context. Si vos sentiu interpel·lat, publiqueu els vostres comentaris a la pàgina de discussió de cada recomanació o als canals actius en la vostra comunitat lingüística. Per tal d'assolir una comprensió més profunda de les idees que fonamenten les recomanacions i que s'han utilitzat durant el desenvolupament, llegiu la secció de principis. Finalment, les seccions de procés i propers passos descriuen els procediments que ens han portat fins a aquest punt i què ha d'ocórrer posteriorment.
Read these recommendations as a PDF: If you'd like to read through the recommendations in an offline or all-in-one format, you can find a PDF of the core document here, the extended version here, and the cover note here. A one-page summary is here.
You can also listen to audio files of the recommendations here and you can watch core team members Tanveer and Mehrdad present the 13 recommendations and shed some light on how they have been developed in the video to the right or here on Commons (the presentation used in the video is here).
In 2017, we created a strategic direction for the future of our movement and set ourselves an ambitious shared goal: to become the essential infrastructure of the ecosystem of free knowledge. This document presents a coherent change narrative and vision based on our strategic direction, and introduces the strategic recommendations, along with an overview of the process that developed them. It includes the overarching change narrative and underlying principles that pave the way for the future of the Wikimedia Movement.
Our Movement has grown over the past nineteen years in organic and distributed ways — independent, yet wholly intertwined. However, our growth and distribution have also created challenges in alignment and coordination. There are inequities in power, resources, and opportunity that prevent us from reaching our potential and fulfilling our mission. Some challenges have at times led to a lack of trust and understanding, power struggles, and disconnect between people and organizations.
Our cause and existence also face an urgency created by rapid changes in our world. Increasingly, there are threats against an open Internet and free knowledge, and their advocates and contributors. We risk becoming obsolete as information - both sound and controversial - floods virtual spaces. As a Movement synonymous with learning and verifiable information, we have a collective responsibility to ourselves, each other and to the world we serve to be intentional about the impact of our work and the knowledge we share.
Our changing world also offers a wealth of opportunities that can help us advance in our strategic direction. Today, we can connect to individuals, communities, and sources of knowledge more readily than was ever imaginable. We can also ensure that our platforms provide safe spaces and are inviting for those willing to contribute and consume knowledge, and deliver engaging, adaptable, and flexible experiences to them. We require support systems — community empowerment, agency, capacity, resources, infrastructure, and advocacy — to ensure togetherness and continued relevance, growth, and expansion.
As this is a strategic document, many of the ideas put forth will necessitate further exploration, assessment, consultation with stakeholders, and adaptation to meet the needs of the diverse communities of our ecosystem. This requires us to be experimental, collaborative, and remain open, adaptive, and flexible as we journey to 2030 and beyond.
Linked below please see draft recommendations for structural change for our movement. The recommendations were developed by the nine Wikimedia 2030 working groups and are the starting point for concrete conversations about the kind of future we want to create together to reach our Strategic Direction and its pillars of Knowledge as a Service and Knowledge Equity. Members of the working groups concluded their task of drafting recommendations for structural changes on November 1, 2019, and we thank them for their incredible effort. Focus over the following few months has been on synthesizing these draft recommendations into one coherent and accessible set.
Working group members have been working tirelessly for over a year to research the movement, analyze community input shared via community conversations, gain insight into external trends, and come to a shared vision across a diverse range of perspectives.
A second iteration of the recommendations was developed by the working groups in September 2019 after many on- and offline conversations with diverse stakeholders from across our movement; at Wikimania 2019, on the Talk Pages of the 1st iteration of the draft recommendations, and at many in-person events such as regional summits and strategy salons. The very first iteration of the draft recommendations were shared in August 2019, which you can find below, presented in full and abbreviated versions and with translations available.
The recommendations are not final. In order to get them to that stage, your input is needed! Community voices are essential for bringing a broad perspective into the changes that will shape our future. This includes affiliates, groups and chapters, the Wikimedia Foundation, and communities across projects, languages, and geographies. We would like to hear what these changes would mean for you in your local or thematic context, what do you like about them, and where you potentially see red flags. And of course, always critically question whether these recommendations support the strategic direction.
Feedback plays a vital role in validating and challenging the draft recommendations. It’s helpful to have guiding questions to help Wikimedian communities and organized groups evaluate the meaning, importance, and quality of the recommendations. Here are some suggestions:
Open community input was accepted until September 15. After that date, working groups refined and harmonized their work using movement input as well as external advice and research.
Iteration 1 (August 2019)