Wikimedia Diversity Conference 2013/Documentation

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Session documentation[edit]

Ilona Buchem // Promoting gender diversity through open innovation[edit]

Netha Hussain // Diversifying India through outreach among women[edit]

Andrés Maggese // Preservation of indigenous languages through Wikipedia[edit]

John Andersson // Thematic edit-a-thons as a way to reach new groups[edit]

Nemin Wang // Editor diversity on Chinese Wikipedia[edit]

Gregory Varnum // LGBT Outreach[edit]

Dumisani Ndubane // Wiki Indaba and the African agenda[edit]

Katie Chan // Where´s the T in Wikimedia Diversity[edit]

T Vishnu Vardhan // So many languages: Challenges and opportunities for the Wikimedia movement in India[edit]

Jake Orlowitz and Siko Bouterse // Inviting diversity: A playful approach to broadening our community[edit]

Matthew Flaschen, Jared Zimmerman, Vibha Bamba, Pau Giner // Engaging new editors by reducing barriers[edit]

Ilona Buchem and Netha Hussain // Design Diversity[edit]

Alyssa Wright, Siko Bouterse and Jessie Wild // Creating a toolset for impact[edit]

Alyssa Wright // Collaborating with other open source communities[edit]

Ting Chen // The economy of Diversity[edit]

Valerie Aurora // Diversity initiatives that worked in other open communities[edit]

Silvia Stieneker // Women edit - from a small local initiative to a nationwide network[edit]

Emily Temple-Wood // Women scientists and philosophers on English Wikipedia[edit]

Gerard Meijssen // Wikidata as a tool to bring initial information[edit]

Tim Moritz Hector // The Teahouse - why and how we internationalize it[edit]

Sydney Poore // Mentoring: how to mentor women and older people in the Wikimedia movement[edit]

Alolita Sharma // The question of culture: changing the diversity equation of open source[edit]

Siko Bouterse // Ideas into Action: IdeaLab Diversity working session[edit]

Round up session documentation[edit]

  1. gender diversity: women (best practices & new ideas)Round up 1 gender diversity: women (best practices & new ideas)
  2. gender diversity: LGBT (best practices & new ideas)Round up 2 gender diversity: LGBT (best practices & new ideas)
  3. geographic diversity: language pluralism (best practices & new ideas)Round up 3 geographic diversity: language pluralism (best practices & new ideas)
  4. diversity: general (technical) approaches to further openness in WikipediaRound up 4 diversity: general (technical) approaches to further openness in Wikipedia
  5. talking points to frame the issue of Diversity for Wikimedia

General documentation[edit]

Our Commons Category: Category:Wikimedia Diversity Conference 2013

Photos[edit]

Photos of the conference can be found here.

Videos[edit]

Throughout the conference we conducted video interviews with most of the speakers in which they talk about their work. The videos can be found on Vimeo and Wikimedia Commons.

Follow-up Action[edit]

IRC chat on Learning Patterns[edit]

When: Thursday, 14 November at 17:00 UTC (=18:00 CET)

What: Learn how to create a learning pattern, and together hack out the key learning patterns/best practices that emerged over the past weekend.

Who: Hopefully as many of us as possible, led by WMFer Jonathan Morgan

Where: IRC #wikimedia-office and a Google Hangout (link TBD); you can join one or both.

For more information, please see Evaluation/News/Learning patterns hackathon or contact Jessie Wild (WMF).

Blog posts[edit]

Diversity Page on Meta[edit]

https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Diversity

Ideas in the Idealab[edit]

Many ideas were put up regarding diversity on the IdeaLab.