Wikimedia CEE Meeting 2017/Programme development

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Wikimedia CEE Meeting 2017
Warsaw, Poland, September 22-25

This page is devoted to programme development.

Programme Committee[edit]

Topics of interest[edit]

After the discussion held during the CEE meetup at the Wikimedia Conference 2017 the program committee decided that they will send out a survey which will allow local CEE communities to declare which topics are interesting to them, what they want to share and what to learn about during the CEE Meeting. The committee already gathered some topics but the list still may miss many. So please feel free to use the talk page to add, discuss, propose. Your input will be very valuable and will help us to create a good survey.

List of proposed topics in survey[edit]

  1. Article writing contests/challenges
  2. Photo contests
  3. Wiki Education projects
  4. Wiki Medicine projects
  5. GLAM collaborations
  6. STEM [1] collaborations
  7. Other institutional collaborations
  8. Media outreach
  9. Sister projects prospects and needs
  10. Wikidata and wikidata related projects
  11. Content translation tools and issues
  12. Technical tools (scripts, bots, gadgets)
  13. Surveys, metrics, reporting
  14. Real world events organization (editathons, meetings, camps, conferences, wiki expeditions)
  15. Chapter management practices
  16. Grants funding and reporting
  17. Volunteer support
  18. Volunteer recruitment
  19. Legal and copyright issues and advocacy
  20. Conflict resolution
  21. Regional/international wiki projects
  22. Bridging the gender gap
  23. CEE input to the Wikimedia movement strategy
  24. Wikimedia projects under political pressure
  25. New CEE wide projects/contest
  26. Gender gap (both - contributors and content)
  27. Community health

Final list of topics[edit]

Based on survey's results the program committee decided that the following topics are to be taken into consideration when submitting the applications for lectures, workshops and discussion panels:

  1. Wikipedia & Education (Wikiworkshops and other methods of teaching how to edit wiki project / Wikipedia in education / using wikipedia and sister projects as an educational tool)
  2. Regional/international wiki projects (New CEE wide projects/contest)
  3. Volunteer support and Volunteer recruitment
  4. Management practices in Wikimedia affiliates (incl. grants funding and reporting)
  5. Real world events organization (editathons, meetings, camps, conferences, wiki expeditions)
  6. Wikidata and wikidata related projects
  7. Content Contests (Article writing contests/challenges, Photo contests)
  8. Partnerships (GLAM collaborations, Other institutional collaborations, Wiki Medicine projects? STEM?)
  9. Media outreach
  10. Legal and copyright issues and advocacy
  11. Conflict resolution + Community health
  12. Bridging the gender gap (both contribution and content)
  13. Wikimedia projects under political pressure
  14. CEE input to the Wikimedia movement strategy

Program draft[edit]

See: Wikimedia CEE Meeting 2017/Detailed Programme

Timeline[edit]

Deadline Job Status
28.02.2017 Assembly of Programme Committee Yes check.svg Done
31.03.2017-02.03.2017 Program Committee discusses the needs of communities during WMCON Yes check.svg Done
09.04.2017 Program Committee creates and sends a programme survey to chapters Yes check.svg Done
13.05.2017 Survey results published Yes check.svg Done
15.05.2017 Call for conference applications Yes check.svg Done
30.06.2017 Deadline for program applications Yes check.svg Done
15.07.2017 Preliminary, detailed programme published Yes check.svg Done
15.07.2017 Second call for programme application - for topics not well covered Yes check.svg Done
15.07.2017 Invitation to special lecturers sent Yes check.svg Done
16.08.2017 Deadline for second call of applications Yes check.svg Done
01.09.2017 Final programme published Yes check.svg Done

References[edit]

  1. STEM = Science Technology Engineering Mathematics