Wikimedia-højdepunkter, november 2013

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Hovedpunkter fra Wikimediafondens rapport og Wikimedia styringsrapport for november 2013 med et udvalg af andre vigtige begivenheder fra Wikimediabevægelsen

Højdepunkter fra Wikimedia Foundation

Varighed af edit-a-thons: 91% varede under 8 timer

Nyt hjælpemateriale for programorganisatorer: Evalueringsrapport omkring edit-a-thons, og et mønsterbibliotek

A new report about edit-a-thons includes data from 46 events between February 2012 and October 2013. It starts a series of seven reports about the most common types of programs executed by Wikimedia program leaders around the world, authored by the Wikimedia Foundation's Program Evaluation and Design team. This is the first time that such an analysis compares the outcomes of a specific program to its costs. Among the many findings of this report is that edit-a-thons with a small budget can be as productive as events with a large budget.

In the new learning pattern library on Meta, Wikimedians can share what they learn about organizing activities like edit-a-thons, GLAM collaborations, gender gap outreach, or Wiki Loves Monuments. Each pattern includes a description of a common problem, and instructions for solving it.

Screenshot of the new Beta Features preferences page

"Beta Features" option allows users to test upcoming software changes

A new "Beta Features" section has been added to the user preferences menu, allowing logged-in editors to test upcoming software changes and give feedback to the developers, before these features become available for everyone.

Open Source Language Summit in Pune, India

Together with Red Hat, the Wikimedia Foundation's language engineering team organized the fall 2013 Open Source Language Summit in Pune, India. It was also attended by members of the VisualEditor and Mobile teams. Session topics included:

  • improving the support for fonts (in particular in Indic languages)
  • input methods for entering characters that are not available on a user's keyboard
  • the Language Coverage Matrix Dashboard, which displays how a language is supported on Wikimedia projects
  • a prototype for a user interface for translating Wikipedia articles and other content

OAuth extension makes it easier to use third-party editing tools

All Wikimedia wikis now support OAuth, an open standard that allows users to authorize third-party software tools to carry out actions on the wiki on their behalf, without handing over their user password. Among the first tools that use this new feature is "CropTool", which allows users to crop images on Wikimedia Commons.

Data og tendenser

Global unique visitors for October:

530 million (+4.86% compared with September; +8.62% compared with the previous year)
(comScore data for all Wikimedia Foundation projects; comScore will release November data later in December)

Page requests for November:

19.039 billion (+1.2% compared with October; -6.4% compared with the previous year)
(Server log data, all Wikimedia Foundation projects including mobile access. Note: the numbers previously reported for the months of July to October 2013 have been corrected.)

Active Registered Editors for October 2013 (>= 5 mainspace edits/month, excluding bots):

75,964 (-0.99% compared with September / -3.83% compared with the previous year)
(Database data, all Wikimedia Foundation projects.)

Report Card (integrating various statistical data and trends about WMF projects):

http://reportcard.wmflabs.org/

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Økonomi

Wikimediafondens indtægter og udgifter i løbende år til dato i forhold til planen pr. 31. oktober 2013
Wikimediafondens udgifter i løbende år til dato opgjort den 31. oktober 2013

(Regnskabsoplysninger er kun tilgængelige til og med oktober 2013 ved afslutningen af denne rapport.)

Alle de viste regnskabsoplysninger gælder for måned til dato og år til dato pr. 31. oktober 2013.

Indtægter 11.646.366 US dollars
Udgifter:
Teknologigruppen 5.379.535 US dollars
Pengeindsamlingsgruppen 1.097.830 US dollars
Bidragsgruppen 556.471 US dollars
Programgruppen 573.291 US dollars
Ydede tilskud 857.473 US dollars
Styringsgruppen 221.061 US dollars
Jura-/Fællesskabsfortaler-/Kommunikationsgruppen 1.058.063 US dollars
Regnskabs-/Personale-/Administrationsgruppen 2.490.383 US dollars
Samlede udgifter 12.234.107 US dollars
Samlet underskud (587,741 US dollars)
  • Indtægterne for oktober er 3.78 mil. USD, sat i forhold til de budgeterede 4.91 mil. USD. Det er ca. 1.13 mil. USD eller 23% under budget.
  • Indtægterne for løbende år til dato er på 11,65 millioner US dollars i forhold til de planlagte 7,88 millioner US dollars, ca. 3,77 millioner US dollars eller 48% over det planlagte.
  • Expenses for the month of October is $2.84MM versus plan of $3.52MM, approximately $680K or 19% under plan, primarily due to lower personnel expenses, capital expenses, internet hosting, legal fees, payment processing fees, and travel expenses partially offset by higher grants and recruiting expenses.
  • Year-to-date expenses is $12.23MM versus plan of $14.70MM, approximately $2.47MM or 17% under plan, primarily due to lower personnel expenses, capital expenses, internet hosting, legal fees, grants, staff development expenses, and travel expenses partially offset by higher payment processing fees.

Likvide midler beløber sig til 38.61 mil. USD pr. 31. oktober 2013.

Andre højdepunkter fra Wikimedia-bevægelsen

Logo for Wikisources 10-års jubilæum

Wikisources 10-års jubilæum

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Wikisource on November 24, proofreading contests were held on the Italian, the Catalan and the English Wikisource, contributors answered interviews (here in English and in French). On the same day, the official recognition of the Wikisource Community User Group was announced. Since Wikisource was founded in 2003 (initially named "Project Sourceberg"), its volunteers have proofread 1.4 million pages in 63 languages.

En scannet side fra Viswakosh

Indisk universitet udgiver encyclopedi under gratis licens

"Konkani Vishwakosh" er et fire-binds opslagsværk skrevet i Konkani, et sprog der primært tales af indbyggere i Goa og tilstødende stater på Indiens vestlige kyst.

At the suggestion of Access to Knowledge (A2K, a program supporting Wikipedia in India, run at the Centre for Internet & Society and funded by a grant from the Wikimedia Foundation), the publisher of the "Konkani Vishwakosh", Goa University, released it under a Creative Commons License (CC-BY-SA 3.0). This is part of a three-year effort to build the Konkani Wikipedia. The 3632 pages of the Vishwakosh are being digitized by 37 volunteer Wikimedians.

Mangfoldighedskonference

On November 9–10, over 80 Wikimedians attended the first Wikimedia Diversity Conference, hosted by the German Wikimedia chapter in Berlin. Many of the presentations addressed Wikipedia's gender gap (the fact that the large majority of contributors are male). But other aspects of diversity were a topic as well, e.g. geographic diversity (the under-representation of editors from the Global South) or LGBT issues.

En Magnavox Odyssey, verdens første spillekonsol (1972), fotograferet af Evan Amos

Photographer receives $17,000 Kickstarter funding to document video games on Wikimedia Commons

Evan Amos (User:Evan-Amos) is a video game enthusiast who has been uploading high-quality photographs of gaming consoles to Wikimedia Commons since 2010. He has now started a project to expand this into an online collection about the history of video games, called "The Vanamo Online Game Museum". He presented the idea on Kickstarter, a fundraising site, and received over $17,000 from more than 1,000 donors in little less than a month. The money is dedicated to buying old video game hardware so that it can be photographed.