Wikimedia 2030ːYouth Strategy Salon Tanzania

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Participants[edit]

Programme[edit]

No Name Affiliation/Institution Username
1 Antoni Mtavangu Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania Jadnapac
2 Alfredina Manila Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania Belindamakoye
3 Dominic Deusdedith Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania flymantz
4 Aristarik Maro Creative Commons Tanzania Aristarik
5 Adolf Masaganya UDSM Adolf Masaganya
6 Germanus Xavier UDOM germanus xavier
7 Ally Hashimu Kiliwasha Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania Killy95
8 Alex Method Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania Rwebogora
9 Rahabu Mwaituka Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania Mariana
10 Kelvin Matola Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania Kevin Matola
11 Benard Mbena UDSM benadine
12 Otto Augustino Nyongole Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania Olimasy
13 Alexander Demetro Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania Alexander Demetro
14 Hamis Juma Aga Khan University Hamisj
15 Brayson John Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania Brayson John
16 Bartzar Joshua Wikimedia Community User Group Tanzania joshuabarry's
When What Who
8:30am - 9:00am Arrival and Registration ALL
9:00am - 9:30am Tea and Networking ALL
9:30am - 10:00am Introduction to Wikimedia Movement and Movement Strategy Process Clement & Antoni
10:00am - 11:00am Product & Technology: Group Discussions Each Individual Group
11:00am - 11:15am Group Summary presentations Group Leaders
11:15am - 11:30am Ice breaker ALL
11:30am - 12ː30pm Capacity Building: Group Discussions Each Individual Group
12:30pm - 12:45pm Group Summary presentations Group Leaders
12:45pm - 1:00pm Meta page updating... Group leaders
1:00pm - 1:30pm Lunch ALL
1:30pm - 2:00pm Nomination of 2 Exoplanet names ALL (as per Dr.Jiwaji guidance )
2:00pm - 30:00pm Joint Scoping Questions analysis ALL
3:00pm - 4:00pm Videos, Photos and Conclusion ALL

Discussions[edit]

TOPIC 1ː PRODUCT & TECHNOLOGY
GROUP 1ː
QN 1ːWhat is the role of our technology in preserving/protecting access towards free knowledge, free speech, free software, and open internet platforms and standards?

What: free knowledge, free speech, free software, and open internet platforms and standards.

How:

  1. Educate
  2. Empower
  3. Engage

Roles:

  •       Give message out
  •       Meet and discuss
  •       Develop new ideas
  •       Work collaboratively
  •       Mobilization
  •       Access global information

QN 2: What resources are needed to do capacity building?

Capacity building are communication and activities done in order to build, obtain strengthen, retain, share knowledge, beliefs, tools, skills and resources.

Financial resources

i.              Loans and funds

ii.             Sponsoring

iii.           Other economic assistance: like subscription fees

Human resources

i.              Skilled personnel

ii.             Experts

iii.           Time

iv.           People

v.             Space


GROUP 2ː
QNː1
QNː2


GROUP 3ː
QNː1
What are comparable planning and development processes that help similar groups and organizations to set the right priorities and assure efficiency?

  • To ensure community participation
  • To understand preferences and culture
  • To understand users requirements by doing research
  • To have development of local content

QNː2
'How do we make capacity building inclusive and equitable?'

  • Through training and learning
  • Through participation
  • To enhance promotion through medias Example Social and mass medias
  • To understand how language is used

GROUP 4ː
QNː1
How can we better attract,support and retain diverse technical contributors particularly building and supporting local developer communities and prioritizing projects which will engage technical contributors?

ATTRACT THROUGH

  • Forming groups like user groups, chapters and sub chapters
  • Publicity through media channels to build awareness to technical contributors about WMF projects
  • Forums for stakeholders networking particularly the local developers, journalists etc.
  • Outreach programs in schools to gain more contributors.
  • Campaigns like Wiki Loves Health or Wiki Loves Law to attract technical contributors of different fields

SUPPORT THROUGH

  • Training about Wikimedia projects.
  • Mentorship
  • Tools to support WMF projects
  • Funding

RETAINING THROUGH

  • Recognition of the founders of projects and the best technical contributors locally, regionally and globally.
  • Challenges, prices and awards to increase morale and motivate the contributors to stay in WMF projects.

QNː2
Which stakeholders should be a part of capacity building efforts and how?

  • Individuals who can be the key contributors of WMF projects like notable people,community user groups and professionals.
  • Education Institutions who can be a part of providing libraries for referencing and building clubs
  • Organizations who can be affiliates to the WMF projects through provision of expertise and partnership
  • Media for publicity to build awareness of the WMF projects.
  • Government that forms policies to create a good environment for promoting free knowledge.