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Raport Wikimedia, Iunie 2013

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This page is a translated version of the page Wikimedia Highlights, June 2013 and the translation is 66% complete.

Repere din Raportul Fundaţiei Wikimedia şi Raportul de proiectare Wikimedia pe iunie 2013, cu o selecţie a altor evenimente importante din mişcarea Wikimedia

Reperele Fundaţiei Wikimedia

==Primul atelier care ne învață cum să evaluam succesul activităților Wikimedia

On June 22–23, the first workshop on the design and evaluation of programs (organized activities) in the Wikimedia movement took place. The event was held Budapest, Hungary by the Wikimedia Foundation, in partnership with Wikimedia Magyarország, the local chapter. The workshop brought together 21 program leaders from 15 countries to learn the basic concepts of program evaluation. The success of the workshop itself was evaluated, too: Surveys before and after the workshop showed that a majority of the participants left with a better understanding of these terms and concepts.

One of the tasks made easier by VisualEditor: References can now be edited and added in a format that is more convenient than the <ref> tags in the middle of the page’s source wikitext.

Preparations for the launch of VisualEditor and Universal Language Selector

In June, work was completed on major new features for VisualEditor (the visual interface to edit wiki pages without markup), in preparation for its launch for all logged-in editors on the English Wikipedia on July 1. It is becoming available to most other Wikipedians during the rest of July.

Also in June, the Universal Language Selector began to be deployed to all Wikimedia projects. It allows users to configure language settings like interface language, fonts, and input methods (keyboard mappings) in a flexible way. By July 1, it was available on more than 150 wikis.

Universal Language Selector: A logged-in user is choosing the language which they prefer for the interface menus on the English Wikipedia

Community input invited for privacy policy update

In preparation for an update of the Wikimedia Foundation's privacy policy (the first since 2008), the Legal and Community Advocacy (LCA) team has invited participation in a community discussion period, lasting until July 18. The goal was to get initial input about what privacy concerns community members have, what they find important, and what they would like to see in the next version of the privacy policy. The community was also asked to provide input on practices regarding the Wikimedia trademarks.

Date şi tendinţe

Vizitatori unici globali în mai:

522 milioane (+0.97% în comparaţie cu aprilie; +5.97% în comparaţie cu anul precedent)
(date comScore pentru toate proiectele Fundaţiei Wikimedia; comScore va anunţa datele din iunie mai târziu în iulie)

Cereri de pagini pentru iunie:

21.1 milioane (+0.7% comparat cu mai; +17.1% comparat cu anul precedent)
(server de date, toate proiectele Fundaţiei Wikimedia incluzând accesul mobil)

Editorii activi înregistraţi pentru mai 2013 (>= 5 editări importante/lună, fără boţi):

80,611 (-0.19% comparat cu aprilie / -1.92% comparat cu anul precedent)
(bază de date, toate proiectele Fundaţiei Wikimedia.)

Cardul de report (integrează diverse date statistice şi tendinţe despre proiectele FWM):



Date financiare

Veniturile şi cheltuielile Fundaţiei Wikimedia la data de 31 mai 2013
Cheltuielile pe bază de funcţie ACD, la data de 31 mai 2013

(Informaţiile financiare sunt disponibile doar pentru luna mai 2013 la data creării acestui raport.)

Toate informaţiile financiare sunt prezentate pentru fiecare lună, respectiv pentru un an, pentru data de 31 mai 2013.

Câştig $50,559,430
Grupul de inginerie $13,523,471
Grupul de strângere a fondurilor $3,265,731
Grupul de granturi şi programe $8,284,686
Grupul de guvernare $692,321
Legal/Avocatura comunităţii/Grupul de comunicaţii $2,777,192
Finanţe/HR/Admin Group $5,272,075
Cheltuieli totale $33,815,476
Surplus total/(pierdere) $16,743,954

Profiturile pentru luna mai au fost de 280.000 USD cu un plus de 120.000 USD (238%) faţă de planul anticipat de 15.900 USD.

  • Câştigul pentru un an este de $50.56MM faţă de $45.79MM planificat, aproximativ $4.77MM sau 10% faţă de planificare.
  • Expenses for the month of May is $2.97MM versus plan of $4.01MM, approximately $1.04MM or 26% under plan, primarily due to lower personnel expenses, internet hosting, and grant expenses (FDC grants) partially offset by higher capital expenses, outside contract services, and travel expenses.
  • Year-to-date expenses is $33.82MM versus plan of $38.08MM, approximately $4.26MM or 11% under plan, primarily due to lower personnel expenses, internet hosting, grant expenses (FDC grants), and travel expenses partially offset by higher legal expenses, bank fees, outside contract services, and personal property tax expenses.
  • Cash position is $42.7MM as of May 31, 2013.
Video of the monthly Wikimedia Foundation metrics and activities meeting covering the month of June (July 11, 2013)

Alte mişcări Wikimedia

María Sefidari
Phoebe Ayers

Rezultatele alegerii pentru Consiliu şi FDC

Rezultatele alegerilor Wikimedia 2013 au fost anunţate pe 24 iunie. Doi noi membrii vor face parte din Consiliul de Administraţie în august: María Sefidari (User:Raystorm) şi Phoebe Ayers (User:phoebe, care deja a deservit funcţia de administrator din 2010 până în 2012). Samuel Klein (User:Sj) a fost reales.

For the first time, elections were held for two seats on the Funds Dissemination Committee (FDC), which was formed last year to guide the distribution of donation money to organizations in the Wikimedia movement. Delphine Ménard (User:notafish) and Cristian Consonni (User:CristianCantoro) are joining the seven volunteer committee members that were appointed previously. The elections also confirmed Susana Morais (User:Lusitana) in her role as FDC ombudsperson.

Au fost înregistrate 1809 voturi valide, în comparaţie cu cele 3368 voturi înregistrate la alegerile din 2011.

"Flow Funding" supports aerial photographs of Hamburg from a hot air balloon

Strada "Dammtorwall" din Hamburg
Intrarea spre Tunelul Vechea Elba
Wikipedişti se pregătesc pentru o călătorie cu balonul

On June 8, five Wikipedians took a photo flight over Hamburg, Germany on board a hot air balloon that had been rented specifically for this project. Over 2000 photos were uploaded to Commons as result of the project. Compared to airplanes, the slower speed and lower flight altitude of balloons offer advantages for the aerial photography of cities.

In her (English-language) project report, the project organizer shared 20 (positive and negative) lessons learned. Successor projects for balloon flights over other German cities are already being planned.

The project was one of the first financed as part of the "Flow Funding" experiment. Flow Funding is a decentralized process where experienced community members are entrusted with making decisions about the funding of activities that support the Wikimedia mission. In the pilot phase, each Flow Funding member could allocate between USD500 and USD2,000. The Wikimedia Foundation then transfers these amounts directly to the grant recipient selected by the Flow Funding member.

Scientific drawing of the extinct giant fossa (Cryptoprocta spelea), uploaded as part of the wikiArS project

Art and design students illustrate Wikipedia

Logo of the wikiArS initiative
Logo of the wikiArS initiative

In June, several students participating in the ongoing wikiArS initiative uploaded their works to Commons. The idea behind wikiArS is that students from art and design schools create illustrations for Wikipedia articles, such as drawings of notable people or extinct animals, or animations explaining physical phenomena. wikiArS was started in 2011 by Catalan Wikimedians, and has been supported by an Individual Engagement Grant (IEG) from the Wikimedia Foundation since earlier this year.

Wikipedia Offline pentru prizonieri

Since March 2013, inmates of the Bellevue prison in Gorgier, Switzerland can request access to an uncensored offline copy of the French Wikipedia, based on the Kiwix software. Internet access is severely restricted for the prisoners, most of whom serve long-term sentences. But 18 of them own or rent a computer, and they all made use of the Wikipedia offer. The project was organized by the Swiss Wikimedia chapter together with a volunteer Wikimedian, in collaboration with the prison staff. The chapter reports very positive feedback from the project participants, and high interest from Swiss media.