위키미디어 운동의 안전성, 포괄성 및 친화성에 관심이 있습니까? 이를 안내하는 지침과 정책에 관심이 있습니까? 어떻게 적용했는지 경험이 있습니까? 일반적으로 잘 작동하는 집행 경로에 대한 아이디어가 있습니까? 참여할 수 있는 기회입니다!
보편적 행동 강령 시행지침 초안위원회에서 함께할 자원봉사자를 모집합니다. 관심이 있는 경우 후보자에 대한 다음 중요 정보와 이상적인 위원회에 대한 에세이를 읽으세요.
- 누가 위원회에 오를 것인가요?
- 자원봉사자 8~9명, 소속 직원 2~3명, 재단 직원 3~4명(지원자 수에 따라 다름)
- 위원회는 언제 활동합니까?
- 2021년 4월 26일 – 11월 30일. 우리는 엄격한 기한보다 포괄적인 커뮤니티 검토를 우선시하므로 위원회의 활동 기간이 연장될 수 있습니다. 커뮤니티 토론이 활성화되는 동안 휴식 시간 동안 위원회 업무가 중단됩니다. 자세한 일정은 여기를 참조하세요.
- 그들은 무엇을 하나요?
- 현재의 보편적 행동 강령을 이해하세요. 배경 자료를 읽고 시행 경로를 설명하는 보편적 행동 강령의 시행 전략 초안을 작성하세요. 자세한 내용은 여기를 참조하세요.
- 그들은 어떻게 작동하나요?
- 그들은 온라인으로 만나 공유 문서 작업을 할 것입니다. 촉진 팀이 작업을 구성하는 데 도움을 줄 것이며 다양한 분야의 전문가가 지원을 제공할 것입니다. 세션에는 팀워크와 비동기식 작업의 조합이 포함되며 멀티미디어 요소, 촉진 활동, 토론 및 협업 작업이 포함됩니다.
- 일주일에 얼마나 많은 시간을 보낼 계획인가요?
- 온라인 회의(주당 1-2시간)와 초기 단계의 배경 읽기가 있어 매주 최대 5-8시간이 소요됩니다. 여름에는 완전한 휴식과 활동이 줄어들 것입니다. 자세한 내용은 여기에서 타임라인을 참조하세요.
- 프로세스에 어떤 기술을 가져와야 하나요?
- 이상적으로는 정책 초안은 물론 정책 적용과 규칙 시행에 대한 경험, 온라인 협력 및 영어로 된 서면 협력 경험이 있어야 합니다. 우리는 또한 우리 후보자들이 공감하기를 바랍니다. 예를 들어 멘토링과 어려운 분쟁 해결, 연민으로 소통하는 경험이 중요합니다. 트라우마 정보 렌즈를 적용하고 반인종주의 및 반억압적 프레임워크 내에서 작업한 경험은 높이 평가될 것입니다.
- 위원회 위원은 어떻게 선정되나요?
- 위키미디어 재단의 법무팀과 함께 신뢰 및 안전팀이 모든 후보자를 심사할 것입니다. 그런 다음 지역 사회 회복력 및 지속 가능성의 부사장인 매기 데니스(Maggie Dennis)가 다양성 요소와 함께 후보자의 기술 및 경험 수준을 기준으로 위원회 위원을 선택합니다.
지원에 관심이 있으시면 아래에서 등록하거나 크리스텔 슈타이겐베르거(Christel Steigenberger)에게 이메일을 보내 4월 19일 이전에 알려주세요. 사용자 이름과 홈 위키의 사용자 페이지 링크를 포함하고 경험을 보여주는 링크를 제공하세요. 위키미디어 또는 이와 유사한 조직에서 여러분이 보유하거나 보유하고 있는 역할에 대해 알려주세요. 정보에 입각한 선택을 하는 데 도움이 되는 추가 정보를 자유롭게 추가하세요. 특히 이 특정 작업에 시간을 할애하려는 이유를 듣고 싶습니다.
관심이 있을 것으로 생각되는 자원 봉사자 또는 가맹단체 직원에게 이 게시물을 알게 하고 지원을 권장하고 우리가 이 소식을 널리 알릴 수 있도록 도와주세요. 또한 이 메시지를 번역하는 데 도움을 주시면 감사하겠습니다.
- "아래에서 가입하세요. 신청서는 여기에서 이메일로도 보낼 수 있습니다. 이 주소로 메일을 보내는 것은 위키에서 공개적으로 원하지 않는 추가 정보를 제공하는 방법이기도 합니다(예를 들어, 위키미디어 프로젝트에서 여러분의 익명성을 손상시킬 수 있는 다른 조직의 작업 증명)."
- (your name and relevant experience)
- WereSpielChequers (talk) Wikimedian since 2007, mainly active on Commons and EN Wikipedia (crat) but also edit on several other projects such as WikiVoyage.
- Hi, I'm Kevin; I go by User:L235 on Wikimedia projects (homewiki userpage). I believe I would be a good fit for the committee because of my long-term experience with Wikimedia enforcement processes and community governance, my history of working together with the Foundation, the community, and affiliate communities, and my experience drafting and enacting major policies. I have been an active Wikimedia community member since 2014. I am currently a member of the English Wikipedia Arbitration Committee, which is the English Wikipedia's final binding conduct dispute resolution mechanism, a role that also involves working closely with colleagues across the world. In this capacity, I have also collaborated with T&S and other Foundation offices. Before election to ArbCom, I served as an arbitration clerk for five years and I have been an administrator and functionary for several years as well. I have experience drafting major policies and closing complex community discussions; for example, I worked with WMF Legal and the community to propose and enact the 2020 RfC on freelance paid editing disclosure, wrote the detailed closure in the September 2019 harassment/OUTING RfC and co-closed the 2020 ArbCom anti-harassment RfC, and am currently serving as a drafting arbitrator for the 2021 discretionary sanctions review and community consultation process. I am deeply familiar with community norms and consensus-building processes, and a core philosophy of mine is to be responsive and transparent: since September 2019, I have had a public standing offer for any established Wikipedian who has grievances, questions, or suggestions to have a call with me. Beyond the English Wikipedia, I have also been an active member of the global community; I've been a member of the Conference Support Committee for about a year, and I also have experience organizing and attending community events. I am also submitting by email some information about my off-wiki experience. Best, KevinL (aka L235 · t) 20:40, 24 March 2021 (UTC)
- I know endorsements aren't exactly a thing, but as a fellow applicant I feel the need to say how great it would be to see KevinL on the committee! –MJL ‐Talk‐☖ 23:22, 5 April 2021 (UTC)
- Blossom Ozurumba (talk) I am an Igbo language enthusiast and the founding curator of the Igbo Wikimedians User Group. As a professional Igbo language translator, I have executed both commissioned and freelance works for the United Nations, Google Inc, National Agency for the Control of AIDS in Nigeria, Wikimedia Foundation, Global Voices, Society of Igbo Professionals, Lagos Business School etc. I am currently working on an Igbo Language Podcast project; Igbo Proverbs, Idioms, and Phrases. It is a 2-minute quick and enjoyable podcast that will ideally share one Igbo Language Proverb, Idiom, or Phrase, provide the literal meaning and the figurative explanation while also suggesting the most applicable English language equivalent.
- Bello Na'im (talk) youth advocate, public speaker and activist.I am an editor in Hausa Wikimedians User Group and I edit the English Wikimedia Projects and Arabic Wikimedians User Group as a professional Hausa, Arabic and English language translator, I am a cartoonist, Islamic and western calligrapher, painter, artist printer and translator. I am also a delegates at IMUN and CWMUN.
- MJL (talk | homewiki) I won't repeat anything that has already been said in global user page, so please read that to get some more information about my history in the movement.
On English Wikipedia, I have experience co-drafting Wikipedia:Naming conventions (Macedonia) which required coordination with various stakeholders in order to get done. Honestly, it was really fun to participate in that whole process, and it's one of my happiest early accomplishments on Wikipedia.
Here on Meta, I am one of the only users to successfully launch two global ban discussions. The second one of which is probably one of my favorite accomplishments of all time: Requests for comment/Global ban for Kubura. That user was a known problem on Croatian Wikipedia, and I was more than happy to get him removed from that project.
Besides that experience, I guess I stand out because I'm LGBT+ and talk to a lot of other LGBT+ people. I'm not exactly an organizer of Wikimedia LGBT+ over here, but I know what it's like to be harrassed.
Since I am no longer an admin on Scots Wikipedia, I don't hold any significant positions or roles on any project or affiliate. –MJL ‐Talk‐☖ 00:25, 27 March 2021 (UTC)
- Ted Chien (talk) I'm Ted Chien, current Chair of Supervisors in Wikimedia Taiwan, former Supervisor (2017/12~2020/1) and former Chairman of WMTW (2012/12~2017/12). Before that I was one of the founders of WMTW and acted as the Secretary of WMTW (2007/2~2012/12). I joined Wikipedia since 2005/11, and I worked mainly on Chinese Wikipedia and currently has been Administrator for 10+ years. I'm also in the Organizer team of Wikimania 2007 as Translation Lead. I was also in the wmfcc-l mailing list to work as International Contact of WMTW in the past. Since 2014 through WMTW, we start the WikiSeed project to help Wikimedia communities in Taiwan to grow and expand, including communities in Taipei, Hsinchu and Taichung. Except Wikimedia, I'm also one of the Organizers of Google Developer Group Taipei. By working on annual event GDG DevFest Taipei from 2016 to 2019, I helped on organizing, leading the program committee, and CoC drafting. For more information on me, you may refer to my About.Me page. If I could help on this UCoC drafting in Wikimedia movement, I will try my best. Thanks! --Ted Chien (talk) 02:54, 29 March 2021 (UTC)
- だ＊ぜ (talk) I am Dasze, current Board member of Wikimedia Community User Group Hong Kong, the policy maker and the drafter of the ongoing Articles of our User Group, and the drafter of some parts of the new IRC Protocol in Chinese Wikipedia. I have also communicated with some Wikimedians about the problems involved in the current UCoC before by email and by Telegram. Hope may share my experience in policy making and, my ideas and views on policies in the future. --だ☆ぜ (Dasze) 07:01, 29 March 2021 (UTC)
- Wugapodes (talk) I am largely active on the English Wikipedia, where I am an administrator. Recently, the bulk of my work there has comprised RfC closures, page protections, and outreach. Three closures which represent my work: Naming discussion for 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh conflict; Naming discussion for article on the Ukrainian capital; Infobox discussion at Ian Fleming; and Civility-related block discussion for a long-term user. The essay en:w:Wikipedia:Non-sysop closures and my contributions at en:w:Wikipedia:Discussions for discussion contain further reflections on how to read consensus. As an administrator I mainly work at Requests for Page Protection, and frequently need to weigh how best to enforce our policies while staying true to our principle of being the encyclopedia that anyone can edit. These can be viewed at en:w:Special:Log/protect/Wugapodes and my contributions to RfPP. As part of my outreach activities, I have facilitated edit-a-thons at the Linguistic Society of America's annual meeting for three years and most recently with the Linguistic Society's Committee on Gender Equity in Linguistics for International Women's Day. My contributions in that capacity can largely be seen at en:w:User:WugapodesOutreach which also includes essays I have written and curated for participants. I also composed, discussed, and helped implement the logo change for Wikipedia's 20th anniversary on EnWiki, and served as the reserve member of the 2020 Election Committee.
Off the English Wikipedia, I work sporadically on other projects; in order of activity: MediaWiki, Commons, Meta, and EnVoy. On MediaWiki I am also an administrator for my work on a chess extension. My Commons work is mostly uploading resources, with some occasional editing or restoration. I come to Meta occasionally when a consultation or RfC interests me, and more rarely to read and edit global essays. On EnVoy, I have updated some information on a few towns in Maine.
Off-wiki, I have some experience serving on committees, most recently serving on our graduate admissions committee. In that role, I read roughly 90 applications and provided summaries and recommendations to the full faculty. The workload of this committee seems comparable. Like grad admissions, the work of this committee and the potential for positive impact excite me. I believe making the Wikipedia movement more welcoming is one of our most important challenges, and drafting a universal document that would be accepted by the communities is critical to its solution.
- Koala0090 (talk) I'm one of the board member of Wikimedia Taiwan (WMTW). As a active writer on Chinese Wikipedia, I am also experienced in outreach activities, including founding the society in Hualien and one of the directors of Medicine Project of Taiwan. I will try my best on UCoC drafting in Wikimedia movement, thanks!! ---Koala0090 (talk) 07:58, 30 March 2021 (UTC)
- M-Mustapha! I am User:M-Mustapha formerly User:The Living love, I'm a community organiser and educator. I initiated and co-founded Hausa Wikimedians User Group and its current Co-ordinator where I organized and carried out various projects individually and for the group. In real life as an educator, I have worked with NGOs to promote education, human rights and peaceful coexistence based on the UN declaration of human rights. Being someone coming from a diverse region hit with violence, hate crimes and political instability, I personally have experienced and understand what it's like to be disturbed, name called, bullied or harassed. I am also involved with Amnesty International and GlobalCitizen. Em-mustapha User | talk 14:30, 30 March 2021 (UTC)
- The Foundation obviously did learn nothing. It is unacceptable that we have to apply for being allowed to participate. If the UCoC should apply to all of us then we should all be able to participate in this process without any barriers. Chaddy (talk) 12:33, 6 April 2021 (UTC)
- User:Taylor 49 (my global user page, no local pages) I have been active in the wikiworld since 2016-Dec and have made most of my contributions on sv wiktionary and eo wiktionary. Further, on eo wiktionary I coded several modules: example of test page, 85 of 85 tests succeed lemma page using the module lemma page using the module. And my contributions to the "mål", the most broken Swedish word. Among wikipedias, I have been most active on the Indonesian one. I am also active on wikidata and to a lesser degree on commons. I am sysop on 3 wikis now. I have even made bad experiences. Some sensitive details sent by mail. Taylor 49 (talk) 00:57, 7 April 2021 (UTC)
- User:Ritchie333 (main home page) I have spelled out further details in private. Ritchie333 (talk) 09:13, 7 April 2021 (UTC)
- Hi, I'm Mboix, cofounder of Wikimujeres User Group and Wikipedia editor for more than 14 years, frequent collaborator of several wikiprojects as Spanish Wikipedia's Wikiproject Women, Women Human Rights, Las Imprescindibles and others suchs as terrorism and international policy. As a Wikimedian I wrote 1000 new articles in Spanish Wikipedia and made 48 000 editions. In a general way I'm engaged to defending and promoting rights of Equity and Diversity in Wikimedia movement, Wikipedia and Wikimedia projects. I am Spanish and I have fluent communication with many Latin American wikimedians and persons. Professionally I'm licentiate in Information Sciences from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and Master's programs on equality, technology, communication, and development with a gender perspective at various Spanish universities. I have professional experience from more than 15 years developing equity policies and conflict resolution on sexual and gender-based harassment. As a result of this experience I'm part of a Media Equity Observatory in Spain, a national organism devoted to promote and foster equity in national media. I'm fluent on Spanish, Catalan and French; I have Italian comprehension and capacity for oral expression. In English I have written and oral comprehension. Mboix (talk) 23:48, 7 April 2021 (UTC)
- User:Alhen. Hi, there. I helped set up the admin board on Spanish Wikipedia. I was also part of the only arbcom before we found we had no use for it (ping me if you want more details). Although I haven't been the most active checkuser, I have had the flag for quite some time. I was a mediator back in the day about political issues and some other not so lovable topics. I am an admin and bureaucrat on es.wiki and some other wikis. Also, I have devoted quite some time to welcome new users, and make them feel at home. I co-founded Wikimedistas de Bolivia WUG, and well, I hope I could be part of this iteration for the UCoC drafting committee. alhen Did you call, sir? 01:33, 8 April 2021 (UTC)
- Sm8900. I have been editing Wikipedia for almost fifteen years. I have a variety of experiences. I am a lead coordinator at WikiProject History, although admittedly I attained the position simply by volunteering myself for it; the WikiProject is relatively much less active, compared to other more dynamic WikiProjects here. I have a variety of experience with various modes of user conduct, as well as various forms of interactions. I have some specific ideas and priorities that i would like to suggest for group discussion. I would look forward to contributing positively in any way. thanks. --Sm8900 (talk) 14:48, 8 April 2021 (UTC)
- Romaine - Long time contributor to the various wikis (in a wide variety of roles) and volunteer for chapters. In various occasions I had to deal with harassment and have been the target of trolls and other people with bad behaviour. Also I have seen how cultural differences, disabilities and having a different neurotypical being can lead to terrible situations that as result of actions and assumptions by others only got worse. The first thing that is needed to solve problematic situations is to understand what the background is, second is to have a proper communication. Communication (or the lack of it) is often a cause in how situations get out of control. To make the community able to better respond to bad behaviour, we (volunteers + support from chapter) organised sessions to better understand how neuroatypical community members work and we developed a training program which is available to the Dutch community. With new guidelines and procedures I evaluate both on forehand and after a trial period their effectiveness, and look for possible discrepancies and issues to avoid that guidelines/procedures lead to worse situations instead of better. My background includes being an analyst and use this background to positive influence bad situations, preferable before they go further out of control and result in personal attacks and harassment. For some situations I have been (confidential) counselor to help victims of harassment and helping them in relieving their situations. Romaine (talk) 17:00, 10 April 2021 (UTC)
- Imetsia I'm an admin on English Wiktionary, but have no special experience in the policy-making process. I am experienced in translating texts between English and Italian, and I am most interested in translating the draft. Imetsia (talk) 19:40, 13 April 2021 (UTC)
- Raquel Ramírez Salgado Usuaria:Hekatl. Currently I'm Gender consultant for Wikimedia Mexico chapter. Professionally I have a PhD on Gender and Communication by National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and 16 years of professional experience, in which I have worked as a speaker, teacher and advisor on Gender and Human Rights. Among this efforts, I was part of the UNAM's Code of Conduct and Internal Protocols about mechanisms of attention to cases of sexual harassment and abuses. UNAM is the largest university in Latin America and attends near to 250 000 persons. I wish to apply for the Universal Code of Conduct second phase. On the other hand, I coordinate academic and educational spaces whose main theme is the promotion of gender equality and equity. Among my functions as a Gender consultant for Wikimedia Mexico is the development of a diagnostic research on the engaging of Women in Wikipedia and Wikimedia projects. From this exercise, I have gathered very valuable insights about the possibilities and limitations about women experience creating content, and one of the central themes is the interaction between users, My participation in the second phase of the Universal Code of Conduct would be a great opportunity to share research results and strengthen the larger Wikimedia community. I am sure of the need to have an UCOC's deployment from an ethical, human rights and gender perspective. Belonging to the Drafting Committee of the Universal Code of Conduct would be an honor for me and, without a doubt, I would participate actively and fully committed. Best, Hekatl (talk) 02:34, 17 April 2021 (UTC)
- Aron Manning. I am a senior software architect and analyst, 2 decades of professional experience. You might recall me from the CR&S office hour questions that Elena Lappen described with the following words: "I love the forward-thinking focus of the questions though and I think let's talk about that later and "let's bookmark it and revisit it" is a great answer for a lot of these questions..."
- I've been researching Wikipedia's governance in the last 2 years, gaining an analytical understanding of the sociodynamics and the issues the community faces. I've outlined the workflow design of a reporting and evaluation tool (you can read it here), which provides a user-friendly and private reporting environment for complainants and also ensures transparency and due process for the accused in the evaluation phase. It also allows to choose the noticeboard or committee where the report should be handled, thus sharing the work-load and avoiding centralization of arbitration.
- I've designed this process to alleviate the issues of dispute resolution that I've seen and experienced in 2 years: newcomers and casual editors can't contribute safely as they have no standing to report abuse from established contributors. Such reports are ignored in the best case, boomeranged at worst. Newcomers learn early on that it's best to avoid disagreements to avoid repercussions. This is contradictory to the movement's core values, but newcomers seldom survive to tell their story. I have waited two years to tell mine: I've experienced bullying and hounding, which eventually culminated in an indefinite block without a warning or due process. Appeals resulted in further escalation. All paths were exhausted (ArbCom, OmbCom, Trust&Safety), resulting in no answer or refusal to get involved, nobody seems to care about the harassment I've experienced. This is not how DR is supposed to work.
- Due to a lack of transparency, effective appeal and complaint processes this issue is unknown to the community. While researching Wikipedia it became clear this is a prevalent issue, many newcomers are driven away with a sour experience. As I understand the CoC is aiming to address this issue as well. My intent is to establish procedures and a culture of accountability that provide more safety and due process for all contributors and a more inclusive experience for casual editors than mine. I have detailed knowledge of policies and DR, analytical understanding of Wikipedia's sociodynamics, experience in mediation and organization of volunteer events involving a CoC with 100+ participants: a unique skillset and insight to provide valuable input towards this goal, that probably only I can give, therefore I hope the vetting process sees my undue block as a reason to include my input, not the opposite. —Aron Man.🍂 edits🌾 20:30, 18 April 2021 (UTC)
- I'm Luke from the german wikipedia, I'm member of the arbcom there since almost three years. I have experience in trying to solve complex conflicts, speaking with those who are involved in a case and finding compromises during our calls. I'd like to work at the committee to find a good policy which meets the needs of people searching for help and also gets accepted by the communities itself – two points which I consider as most important for such an enforcement policy. Luke081515 22:04, 18 April 2021 (UTC)