Wikimedia CEE Meeting 2018/Submissions
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Call for submissions closed on August 26, 2018, 23:59:59 (UTC).
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:
- Strategic discussions:
- Increasing the level of cooperation on the level of communities.
- New cross-border projects, instead of or in addition to the existing CEE Spring.
- Attracting new editors and creating comfortable conditions for them.
- Developments of small communities.
- Implementation of Wikimedia 2030 strategy in the region.
- Gender gap.
- Capacity development:
- Creation and development of local communities. Recognition from WMF. Support of small communities.
- Wikidata, particularly integration into local wikis.
- Encouragement of new editors.
- Outreach, particularly in education.
- Conflict resolution.
- Dealing with paid editing.
- Writing and using learning patterns.
- Technical skills, particularly to speed up the editing.
- Working groups:
- Trans-border cooperation (several separate topics of cooperation applicable, particularly, article contests, GLAM and other projects).
- Trans-border contests: CEE Spring, WLE, WLM, European Science Photo Competition, Wikiexpeditions. Particularly, a lot of applicants mentioned desire to discuss the future of CEE Spring, or another contest which will replace it.
- Advocacy & Copyright Law.
- Gender Gap.
We welcome different types of submissions - workshops, discussion panels etc. We also have two requirements:
- your submission must fit with one of the topics listed above, and
- your submission must include time for discussions/work; we don't welcome lectures without interaction with the audience.
List of submissions
- Future of CEE Spring
- Targeted projects - an effective tool for attracting new editors. WMROMD experience
- After spring comes summer? CEESpring roundtable
- Wikidata’s Magic Button
- Wikipedias in the languages of Russia: Growing multilingualism online
- Searching and integrating the positive intention in conflicts
- Vulnerability in society: how the Wikimedia Movement can make a difference
- Open Library and Open Heritage projects
- CEEbots coming - how to run a bot and how bots can help all CEE communities
- Healthy Wikimedia Communities - what do they need?
- Edu Wiki camp: Interactive approach to attracting volunteers
- Wiki ambassador: Undercover Wikimedian at university
- How can we work better together?
- How to retain new editors
- Serbia Loves Wikipedians in Residence
- Seminars of professional development
- Wikimedia 2030 Come & Tell - what needs to change in our movement?
- Make an impactful outreach to your local community
- Developments of small communities: Experiences of Wikimedia Community of the Republic of Srpska
- Outreach in education
- Lviv Then and Now: Rephotography Workshop
- Chapter daily toil: what works, what works not, what can be improved?
- Wikimedia & Education: developing a framework that values our community
- Organise a prehackaton!
- Wiki loves Yerevan
- Create your first Wikidata Lua infobox
- Lexeme editing session
- How Wikimedia CEE Spring can benefit from the Wikipedia Cultural Diversity Observatory (WCDO)
- Enrichment of multilingual Wikipedia based on quality analysis
- "Free" or "stable" encyclopedia? Dilemmas of Wikimedia communities in authoritarian countries