Talk:Wiki Project Med
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Wiki Sciece Competition has started
Hi. WSC (#WSC2017, #Wikiscience) is on. Apparently, there is no even coverage between countries with banners, so many countries have zero upload after nine days because their users and visitors are not informed.
I am doing my best to compensate. I wrote many emails also to institutions in the areas with closer deadline and I have asked many local embassies at wikipedia for a local banner, but in the meantime I would be glad at least if you can tweet something around. Or post on the social media of your group the information.
I did my best to produce an international jury with people with scientific background from many places, in my country I have prepared a solid campaign but what's the point of making an international competition if it is hardly anything more than a brutal sum of singular countries? The academia is not like that, and so is not the essence of the wiki, IMHO. I hope that a transnational group you can feel this, and I hope that people from your countries that are not informed will have a real chance to participate, if you can find a way to inform them, it would be great.
Also here I have pushed to create a "international" category for all left-over countries. I am not totally comfortable with the global selection of who get a specific upload category and who don't, but at least we have it so many images of medicine in the "third world" can be uploaded.--Alexmar983 (talk) 04:52, 9 November 2017 (UTC)
"Wiki Med Foundation Inc." is now an approved charity at smile.amazon.com. If you chose use and shop via that url 0.5% of the purchase will go to WPMEDF to help buy hardware for Internet-in-a-Boxes for places with poor access to Wikipedia. Doc James (talk · contribs · email) 11:00, 25 February 2018 (UTC)
I have no idea how these work. I need to be able to update and rearrange this page. So I think for now will turn them off. Can than turn them back on in the future. Doc James (talk · contribs · email) 13:06, 7 March 2018 (UTC)
Dear Wikimedia Affiliates,
My name is María Cruz and I work for the Wikimedia Foundation on the Learning and Evaluation team. In one week or so, the Foundation is starting a global survey to learn about the experiences and feedback of Wikimedians. I am writing here, because I wanted to share with you a bit more about the project.
The survey is called "Wikimedia Communities and Contributors" and is conducted annually. We will send the survey to editors across all the Wikimedia projects, as well as Wikimedia affiliates and volunteer developers. This survey is going to be our way of making sure that we can hear feedback from a significant number of users from across the projects. This research supports editors and Wikipedia’s mission. This is our second annual CE Insights survey, and we look forward to improving it every year.
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RfC about the future of video summaries of diseases on Wikipedia
Draft application for recognition
I've made a start on our draft application for recognition at Wiki Project Med/Application. If members agree that we ought to go forward, then we should complete the draft by adding information about us and our activities to sections 3 and 4. There is no deadline and applications may take four to six months to be considered, so we can take our time to make a good case. If you are able, please help by adding information, stories, links, etc. that help build the case. Thanks in advance --RexxS (talk) 15:42, 26 April 2018 (UTC)
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There is now WikiProject Humanitarian Wikidata that aims to cover the Wikidata part of disaster-related information, in close coordination with Wikimedians for Disaster Response and Wiki Project Med. Looking forward to see you there too. -- Daniel Mietchen (talk) 19:36, 15 August 2018 (UTC)