Far East Asia Region
To be precise, our scope covers
- Users and/or User groups in Japan
- Users and/or User groups in China (PRC)
- Users and/or User groups in Korea (ROK)
ASEAN (formerly known as SEATO) is an international organization in the South East Asia region. Therefore, SEA is rather the correct official name for the geographical area. If ASEAN is used, it might mislead people to think that our meeting has something to do with the organization or governments.
- Yes, thank you Taweethaも, I think it's a nice suggestion. I have redirect the name of this workshop. Let's discuss further with what we can do together. --Liang(WMTW) (talk) 00:26, 21 August 2014 (UTC)
#1 Workshop idea
- Title of the session
- Increasing drastically the amount of good-quality articles through writing competition
- Type of activity (discussion, hot seat, panel, presentation, tutorial, workshop)
- Presentation and discussion
- Abstract (at least 300 words to describe your session)
- Presentation and discussion about a three-month wiki based writing competition in Indonesian language Wikipedia. It is designed as an integrated event consists of encyclopedia style writing technique training, endurance test, and in the same time serve as an effort to enrich encyclopedic information content in bahasa Indonesia. The competition allows selected participants from 10 universities within Jakarta, Bandung, and Yogyakarta to be trained on how to write in Wikipedia and compete for three months. As the ultimate prize, one winner is to be sponsored by the Chapter to attend Wikimania.
- More detailed explanations can be seen in here (3,506 articles in 88 days of competition in 2014) and here (1,386 articles in 72 days of competition in 2010).
- Education Outreach
- Length of session (if other than 30 minutes, specify how long)
- 30 minutes presentation, 30 minutes Q&A
Since this page is already on the Site Notice of Chinese Wikipedia, I think it's better to have some localized versions so people can read it in their native languages, so I added some translation tags in the page. --Ted Chien (talk) 02:11, 11 December 2014 (UTC)