Wikimedia Foundation elections/2021/Candidates/Dariusz Jemielniak/sw
|statement (Not more than 450 words)||Nimehudumu kwenye Bodi ya WMF tangu mwaka 2015. Kazi ya Bodi imetumia muda wangu wote wa wiki na zaidi. Inasikitisha na ni ngumu. Bado, ninaona pia kuwa ya kufurahisha, naamini ninafaa, na kutokana na ukuaji wa haraka wa Bodi mwaka huu, na pia ukweli kwamba mimi ndiye mdhamini pekee ninayewania uchaguzi mwingine, nadhani ni muhimu kwamba kuwania kwa kipindi changu cha mwisho, kutoa mwendelezo, na pia kusimamia kwa uzoefu, kwani kuelewa jinsi bodi zinavyofanya kazi inachukua muda.
Kuhusu mimi: Niliwahi kuwa msimamizi, mkurugenzi mkuu, checkuser, msimamizi, ombudsman, mwenyekiti Kamati ya Usambazaji wa Fedha. Katika kazi yangu ya siku, mimi ni profesa wa usimamizi, mshirika wa kitivo katika Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society huko Harvard, na ninasoma ushirikiano wa mtandaoni. Niliandika Common Knowledge? (2014, Stanford Uni Press), ethnografia ya kwanza ya Wikipedia, na pia hivi karibuni Collaborative Society (MIT Press) - unaweza kusoma katika Wired kwa nini nadhani Wikipedia ni RPG kubwa;) Ninahudumia bodi zingine mbili, na nina uzoefu wa kimkakati wa ushauri. Mimi ni mtetezi wa haki za wanawake na LGBTQ: Mimi ni mshauri wa Mgomo wa Wanawake, na nimehudumu katika kamati ya heshima ya Pride Parade huko Uholanzi kwa miaka mingi. Fomu yangu ya kujitathmini ya mdhamini ni inapatikana hapa.
About my goals: If I'm re-elected, I hope to continue the goals I set out with. My major hopes for the term include: successful onboarding of new trustees and the new CEO (whom I help to seek), making sure that the WMF develops better procedures to listen to the communities (even though I like to think it has improved a lot already), making sure we are able to develop tools for aggregated community feedback, making sure the affiliates have a clear and important role in the ecosystem, and grow as the Foundation grows (also, making sure that the growth is not the goal in itself). My big dreams are combating harassment and disinformation (a field I'm an expert in, as I currently run 3 research grants on it with a budget close to 2.5 million USD), reducing regional and gender gap, as well as developing leadership and strategy training within our movement - my idealistic hope is that in a couple of years we will build internal capacity for most organizational leadership positions internally, and maybe that we can even have a structured program with a certificate, which people could use for their day work, as our volunteers deserve to be given back to. Finally, I hope we, both as the Foundation and the movement, can start looking outwards more and get ready for the incoming technological challenges (such as the AR revolution).
|Top 3 Board priorities||1. finishing the governance reform and onboarding,
2. tackling disinformation and other new tech challenges,
3. solidifying the movement governance and financing, including the Global South.
|Top 3 Movement Strategy priorities||1. leadership development (especially in less represented regions),
3. Improving governance and collaboration between the Foundation and the affiliates (and making a clearer division of responsibilities).
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Verified by: Matanya (talk) 20:15, 1 July 2021 (UTC)
Verified by: Joe Sutherland (Wikimedia Foundation) (talk) 22:46, 28 June 2021 (UTC)
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