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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 16:59:25 GMT

Shohanimran:



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Wikimedia Conference 2017/Documentation/Movement Strategy track/Day 2/it

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 16:55:10 GMT

Niccolò Caranti (WMF): Created page with "'''Combattere le molestie''' sui progetti" {{Wikimedia Conference 2017/Menü|8}} {{TNT|Wikimedia Conference 2017/Menü2|2}} == Problemi & opportunità: discussioni guidate dai partecipanti == {{TOC right|limit=3}} ''Il primo round delle discussioni guidate dai partecipanti ha avuto luogo il venerdì pomeriggio. Per problemi di spazio e razionalizzazione, i risultati del primo round sono mostrati sotto insieme e a quelli del secondo e terzo round che hanno avuto luogo nel GIORNO 2.'' ===Introduzione alla Open Space Technology === La [[En:Open Space Technology|Open Space Technology]] è una metodologia sviluppata da Harrison Owen quando stava cercando feedback da una conferenza e si è reso conto che i partecipanti consideravano la pausa caffè la migliore parte del programma -- l'unica parte per cui non si era preparato. Cosa significava questo per la progettazione di una conferenza? Cosa succede in una pausa caffè? Parli con le persone con cui vuoi parlare, per il tempo che vuoi tu, seguendo i tuoi interessi. Owen ha sviluppato questi principi e ha creato la Open Space Technology (OST), un metodo che è utilizzata ormai da più di 30 anni nell'organizzazione di varie conferenze e incontri. La Open Space Technology è basata sulla auto-organizzazioni. I partecipanti suggeriscono e gestiscono le conversazioni nel contesto di un tema dato, e quindi condividono un breve report che cattura i punti chiave e le conclusioni. La metodologia ha quattro principi guida e una legge: '''Quattro principi'''Adattato da [[:en:Open Space Technology|Open Space Technology]]. (9 dicembre 2016). Wikipedia, L'enciclopedia libera. URL consultato il 29 aprile 2017, da https://it.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Open_Space_Technology&oldid=84702663 ''' :1. ''Chiunque venga è la persona giusta…'' :2. ''Quando comincia è il momento giusto…'' :3. ''Qualsiasi cosa accada è l'unica che poteva accadere...'' :4. ''E quando è finita è finita.'' '''Una legge''' :5. ''Legge dei due piedi:'' Se in qualunque momento durante il nostro tempo assieme ti accordi che sei in una situazione dove non stai né imparando né contribuendo, usa i tuoi due piedi e vai da qualche altra parte. File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 136.jpg File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 44.jpg File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 47.jpg File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 45.jpg File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 42.jpg File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 139.jpg ===Discussioni guidate dai partecipanti=== Qui sotto c'è una lista di argomenti proposti dai partecipanti durante le sessioni di Open Space Technology. I titoli sono stati leggermente modificati per dare un'idea migliore del loro focus, in base agli annunci fatti da chi conduceva la discussione all'inizio dell'attività. I titoli sono mostrati in tabelle che indicano anche gli spazzi assegnati (numeri) i cui la conversazione ha avuto luogo, il numero di partecipanti alla sessione indicato nel report postato, e i link ai report fatti ai conduttori della discussione in formato PDF scannerizzato da report scritti a mano, scritto con un editor di testo o postati su Meta. File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 33.jpg File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 152.jpg File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 151.jpg File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 142.jpg File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 147.jpg File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 149.jpg ==== Round 1 ==== {| class="wikitable" | style="background-color:#AAAAAA|'''#''' | style="background-color:#AAAAAA|'''TITOLO''' | style="background-color:#AAAAAA|'''MODERATORE''' | style="background-color:#AAAAAA|'''PERSONE''' | style="background-color:#AAAAAA|'''REPORT''' |- | style="background-color:#EEE9E9|1 | style="background-color:#EEE9E9|Wikimedia come un '''hub di conoscenza libera e aperta''' |[...]



Tech/News/2017/17/vi

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 16:23:21 GMT

Quenhitran: Created page with "Kể từ khi cuộc thử nghiệm trung tâm dữ liệu diễn ra hồi tuần trước, công cụ biên dịch nội dung đã bị vô hiệu hoá do..." {{Tech header|Tóm tắt Tin tức Kỹ thuật hàng tuần giúp bạn theo dõi các thay đổi phần mềm gần đây có thể sẽ tác động tới bạn và các thành viên Wikimedia khác cùng với bạn. Hãy [[Global message delivery/Targets/Tech ambassadors|đăng ký theo dõi]], [[Special:MyLanguage/Tech/News#contribute|đóng góp]] và [[Talk:Tech/News|phản hồi cho chúng tôi]].}} {{Translatable template|Tech news nav}}



Response to 2017 ban in Turkey

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 15:30:49 GMT

Doc James: /* Wikipedia Responds to Block by Turkey */


This is the start of a '''Draft''' community response.

==Wikipedia Responds to Block by Turkey==
Earlier today (29 April 2017) Turkish authorities blocked access to Wikipedia inside the country. [http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-39754909]

We believe that all people deserve access to independent high quality information in the language of their choosing and in a format they can use. We have for some time been working to develop [[Kiwix - Wikipedia Offline|offline access to our content]] and it is at times such as this that the importance of this work becomes obvious.

While we are happy to respond to concerns about our content by involved parties, those with a conflict of interest do not determine content. The final arbitrator in such decisions is generally community consensus. We, the [[Wikimedia movement]], oppose censorship and the suppression of freedom of information. We also strongly oppose terrorism.

==Some of the way to get around the block==

*[[Kiwix - Wikipedia Offline]]

==Signed by==
# ~ [[User:Doc James|'''Doc James''']] ([[User talk:Doc James|talk]] · [[Special:Contributions/Doc James|contribs]] · [[Special:EmailUser/Doc James|email]]) 15:43, 29 April 2017 (UTC)
# [[User:Pigsonthewing|Andy Mabbett]] (Pigsonthewing); [[User talk:Pigsonthewing|Talk to Andy]]; [[Special:Contributions/Pigsonthewing|Andy's edits]] 16:26, 29 April 2017 (UTC)
# [[User:ערן|eranroz]] ([[User talk:ערן|talk]]) 16:47, 29 April 2017 (UTC)

==See also==
*[[:he:ויקיפדיה:חסימת ויקיפדיה בטורקיה 2017|hewiki community response to 2017 ban in Turkey]]



Wikimedia CH/Newsletter/04/2017/fr

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 14:21:53 GMT

Flor WMCH: Collé newsletter Voici la newsletter de Wikimedia CH du mois d'avril.
Si vous souhaitez partager un événement ou une activité par le biais de cette communication, n'hésitez pas à nous envoyer un message à info@wikimedia.ch.
Bonne lecture.
==Association== [[File:General Assembly WMCH 2017 108.jpg|thumb|General Assembly WMCH 2017 by Cassinam CC-BY SA 4.0]] *'''Renouvellement du conseil d’administration de WMCH 2017/2018''' La 11e assemblée générale annuelle de Wikimedia CH s’est tenue à Lucerne le 8 avril dernier et a permis de renouveler le conseil d’administration de l’association. Pour l’exercice 2017-2018, celui-ci sera composé de (par ordre alphabétique): :*Mauro Cassina :*Dorian Credé :*Michael Gasser :*Ram Maheswaran :*Frédéric Schütz :*Muriel Staub Nous sommes ravis d’accueillir les nouvelles personnes du comité, qui prendront leur fonction à partir du 08 juin 2017. Enfin et surtout le rapport financier annuel et le rapport des auditeurs :
https://members.wikimedia.ch/General_Assembly_2017
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_CH
https://www.wikimedia.ch/donate/official-reports/
Les minutes officielles seront publiées prochainement. == Annonces == *'''Rejoignez-nous à Olten pour l'atelier de créations d'idées le samedi 6 mai''' L'atelier de création d'idées aura lieu le 6 mai à Olten, à l'Université de sciences appliquées et des arts du Nord-Ouest de la Suisse. Le but de cet événement sera de rassembler la communauté Wikipedia afin de mettre en place collectivement les projets et stratégies de l'association WMCH pour l'année à venir, tout en restant dans le cadre offert par la Fondation Wikimedia et la vision proposée par l'exécutif et l'équipe WMCH. Pourquoi venir ? * Si vous avez des idées et des projets à partager avec nous, en voici l'opportunité; * Si vous voulez discuter des stratégies pour les thèmes de l'éducation, des GLAM, de la communauté, des technologies, ou de la diversité, voici l'occasion d'en parler; * Si vous voulez rencontrer de nouvelles personnes et créer de nouvelles amitiés, c'est l'occasion de vous mettre en contact avec des wikipédien·ne·s. Pour participer, merci de vous [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfByEhaG5yYHiBELs7b3IFgo88ugSDz3zauxvAl_dlTpjmgqw/viewform INSCRIRE], ou de contacter la personne de liaison de votre communauté, ou encore d'écrire un mail à l'adresse info{{@}}wikimedia.ch. Vous trouverez toute l'information sur cet événement [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Idea_Workshop_2017_(Wikimedia_CH) sur cette page]. [[File:WMCH_Youth_Hackathon_2016_DSC4125_05.jpg|thumb|upright=0.55|Hackathon des jeunes à Esino Lario (2016)]] [[File:Wiktionary-logo.svg|thumb|upright=0.55|WiktionaryLogo]] * '''WiktionaryCon à Cologne en juin ou juillet 2017''' Après l'omission de l'année dernière, l'événement WiktionaryCon va bientôt commencer. Les propositions pointent vers la mi-juin ou la mi-juillet. Si vous êtes intéressé·e par le projet et que vous voulez aller à Cologne, merci de vous inscrire [https://de.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionary:WiktionaryCon_2017 sur la page projet]. Les trois premiers contributeurs suisses à s'inscrire pourront être défrayés pour leur déplacement. * '''Nouvelle personne de contact communautaire pour la Suisse romande''' [https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utilisateur:Flor_WMCH Flor WMCH] remplacera [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Gabrielle_Marie_WMCH Gabrielle] en tant que personne de liaison pour la Romandie jusqu'à l'automne. N'hésitez pas à la contacter pour toute question ou demande, surtout si vos langues principales sont le français ou l'anglais. == Prochains événements == * '''Notez la date du 7 mai 2017 pour l'événement Devoxx4kids et sa chasse au trésor "wikipédienne"''' Suite à l'expérience du Youth Hackathon à Esino L[...]



Wikimedia CH/Newsletter/04/2017/en

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 14:21:02 GMT

Flor WMCH: Please find Wikimedia CH's newsletter for the month of April.
If you wish to share an event or activity through this newsletter, please feel free to send us a message at info@wikimedia.ch. Happy reading!
==Association== [[File:General Assembly WMCH 2017 108.jpg|thumb|General Assembly WMCH 2017 by Cassinam CC-BY SA 4.0]] *'''New board designated at WMCH's General Assembly''' The 11th Annual General Meeting of Wikimedia CH was held in Lucerne on April 8th and renewed the Board of the association. For the fiscal year 2017-2018, this will be composed of (in alphabetical order): :*Mauro Cassina :*Dorian Credé :*Michael Gasser :*Ram Maheswaran :*Frédéric Schütz :*Muriel Staub We are very pleased to welcome the new members of the committee, who will take office as of June 8, 2017. Last but not least the annual financial report and the audit report can be found below:
https://members.wikimedia.ch/General_Assembly_2017
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_CH
https://www.wikimedia.ch/donate/official-reports/
The official minutes will be available in a near future. == Announcements == *'''Join us for the Idea Creation Workshop on May 6th in Olten''' The Idea Creation Workshop will be held on May 6th in Olten, at the University of Applied Sciences & Art Northwestern Switzerland. The purpose of this event is for the Wikimedia community to get together and collaboratively shape the outlook of the association WMCH for the upcoming years whilst staying within the framework set by the Wikimedia Foundation and the vision of the WMCH Board and staff. Why to join us? * If you have ideas and projects you wish to share with us, this is a great opportunity; * If you would discuss strategies for education, for GLAM, for community or for technology and diversity, this is the right place to discuss; * If you would build new relationships or have new friends, this is a good event for meeting wikipedians or wikimedians. For any questions, feel free to contact your community liaisons directly or you may write an email to info@wikimedia.ch. You'll find all the information concerning this event on [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Idea_Workshop_2017_(Wikimedia_CH) this page]. [[File:WMCH_Youth_Hackathon_2016_DSC4125_05.jpg|thumb|upright=0.55|Youth Hackathon in Esino Lario (2016)]] [[File:Wiktionary-logo.svg|thumb|upright=0.55|WiktionaryLogo]] * '''WiktionaryCon in Cologne in June or July 2017''' After the omission of the last year WiktionaryCon the event will start soon. Proposals came in for mid of June to mid of July. If you are interested in the project and willing to travel to Cologne, please register on the [https://de.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionary:WiktionaryCon_2017 project page]. The first three swiss contributors may hand in a travel expense request. * '''New community liaison for the french-speaking area of Switzerland''' [https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utilisateur:Flor_WMCH Flor WMCH] will replace [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Gabrielle_Marie_WMCH Gabrielle] as the community liaison for the french-speaking area of Switzerland until the fall. Feel free to contact her for anything you need, especially if your main languages are French or English. == What is coming up next? == * '''Save the date for the Devoxx4kids event with a "wikipedian" treasure hunt on 7th May 2017''' Following the experience of the Youth Hackathon in Esino Lario in the 2016, Wikimedia CH is proposing the treasure hunt again in Lugano during the Devoxx4kids event. In this case Wikimedia CH will join the team of volunteers of this big event that plans to have around 200 pupils to learn technology and new media. * '''Join us for the Swiss Archives Day on 9th June 2017: Linked / Open Data''' [[File:Logo VSA-AAS.jpg|thumb|Logo Swiss association of archivists]] Wikimedia CH is participating to the Swiss and Inter[...]



Training modules/Dealing with online harassment/slides/what-is-harassment/pt

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 14:20:16 GMT

Bello Valeria: Created page with "O assédio não é sempre xingar claramente. Algumas vezes ele pode ser especificamente pensado para ser sutil, de uma forma que tenha significado apenas para a vítima. Você..."



==Noções básicas: O que é assédio?==

O assédio pode ser difícil de definir, uma vez que ele pode aparecer de diversas formas. Algumas delas são mais óbvias que outras, mas todas as formas podem ser perturbadoras e angustiantes para aqueles que são vítimas.

O site [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:Friendly_space_expectations Expectativas de Espaços Amigáveis] o define como:
* Comentários ofensivos relacionados à identidade ou expressão do sexo (gênero), orientação sexual, incapacidade, aparência física, raça, etnia, afiliação política ou religião
* violência, ameaças de violência, intimidação intencional e ataques pessoais
* perseguição, comunicações seguidas ou contínuas frente a frente após ter sido pedido para parar
* interrupção mantida da discussão
* revelação intencional da identidade da pessoa sem seu consentimento
* publicação de comunicação particular não assediante

Você mesmo pode ter sofrido assédio nos projetos da Wikimedia, ou você pode ter visto alguém passar por isso. De qualquer forma, você quase com certeza sabe quão terrível isso pode ser.

O assédio não é sempre xingar claramente. Algumas vezes ele pode ser especificamente pensado para ser sutil, de uma forma que tenha significado apenas para a vítima. Você pode não achar que uma determinada situação seja assédio, mas quando recebe um relatório ou reclamação, você deve examinar o contexto e conteúdo e as circunstâncias. Em situações como essa, tente lidar compassivamente com a situação, ouça procurando compreender, avalie as evidências com objetividade e determine como você poderá ajudar.



Training modules/Dealing with online harassment/slides/purpose-of-this-module-2/pt

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 14:12:26 GMT

Bello Valeria: Created page with "No entanto, ajudar os colegas membros da comunidade a lidar com esse problema é importante.[$link1 A experiência de sentir-se assediado é um impedimento para a participaç..."



Finalidade deste módulo

This module is intended to help community leaders, users with advanced rights, and groups handle community challenges around allegations of online harassment and abusive behavior. Working with such reports can be a challenging and time-consuming process. Wikimedia projects' fragmented system can mean a lack of consistent approaches to the issue between different Wikimedia projects, or even within a single project or group. Harassment cases can cause emotional strain on those reporting the abuse as well as those experiencing it, and it is often very difficult to find solutions that satisfy everyone involved.

No entanto, ajudar os colegas membros da comunidade a lidar com esse problema é importante.[https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Harassment_survey_2015 A experiência de sentir-se assediado é um impedimento para a participação]. Os voluntários frequentemente se esforçam para encontrar ajuda quando eles se sentem assediados. Apoiá-los, e apoiar uns aos outros ao auxiliá-los, pode nos ajudar a evitar a perda de colaboradores de boa vontade que poderiam ser úteis na criação de conteúdo para os leitores.

These training materials will evolve over time. Approaches to online harassment, as well as policies and tools, are an expanding area of study.



Uk. Interregional Representative Office of Mission in Kharkiv

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 13:12:16 GMT

Ambassador academic:


Ukraniane , International Diplomatic Mission Peopele's Diplomacy .

e-mail : dipmission53@gmail.com
38746112@mail.gov.ua

Ambassador Sakhib Hamidov



Wikimedia Foundation elections/2017/Board of Trustees/Questions/2/hi

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 12:56:30 GMT

SGill (WMF): Created page with "==वैश्विक आंदोलन के रूप में विकिमीडिया==" {{:Wikimedia Foundation elections/2017/Board of Trustees/Questions/Navigation|prev=1}} {{WMF elections 2017}} {{Translate with google|sl=en}} [[Category:Board elections 2017{{#translation:}}|Questions/2]] {{anchor|1}} == आपके कार्यकाल के दौरान प्राथमिकताओं == {{Template:WMF_elections_2017/Boardquestions | question = Sort the following priorities by most to least important to the Wikimedia Foundation: * Increasing editor retention * Increasing reader and editor participation in the emerging communities * Reducing the gender gap in the editing communities * Providing more engineering resources to improve editors' experience * Providing more engineering resources to improve readers' experience * Investing more in collecting data relevant to our mission * Investing more in mobile * Reducing the negative environmental impact of the Wikimedia Foundation or movement * Advocating for free and safe access to reliable and neutral knowledge on the internet * Funding more offline activities (e.g. conferences, editathons) * Finalizing and implementing the new [[Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017|Wikimedia movement strategy]] What would you add to this list and where would you place them? What will you do in order to see your prioritization implemented? | questionauthors = Based on questions from [[User:Denny|denny]] and the Elections Committee pool | The Land = If I was asked this question by someone while I was on the Board, (e.g. by the WMF Executive Director), I would probably invite them to ask a different question. :-) Some of these things are quite different in scope, and as a result aren't comparable levels of priority. Having a movement strategy is a very top-level thing. Something like increasing editor participation is also a high-level aspiration. Spending more on mobile or conferences is an operational method to (potentially) reach some of those goals. It's no accident that [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Wikipedia_Signpost/2015-05-13/Foundation_elections the last time this question was asked], candidates collectively ranked the most general aspirations top and the most specific projects bottom. So this answer so far is probably telling you that I like to think carefully about issues and challenge assumptions. Hopefully those are characteristics that you want in a Board member! That said it's probably helpful for me to answer the actual question as well: : 1)'''आंदोलन रणनीति''' :: यह एक व्यापक प्राथमिकता है। एक रणनीति के बिना हम नहीं जानते कि हम कहाँ जा रहे हैं या हम वहाँ कैसे हैं। :2) Jointly: '''Increasing participation in emerging communities'''; '''Reducing the gender gap''' :3) '''Increasing editor retention''' ::All of these are very important for the long-term health of our communities, and thus our ability to fulfill our mission. These should be among the key measures that WMF looks at to know whether it's succeeding or not. However, they aren't the only things. ::I would like the WMF to improve its metrics develop some kind of "balanced scorecard" approach looking at reach, importance, quality and diversity of content, as well as numbers of new and long-term contributors and how happy they are. [[User:The Land/Thinking about the impact of the Wikimedia movement|More thought on this in my meta-essay on how to understand our impact.]] :4) '''Providing more engineering resou[...]



Wikimedia Conference 2017/Documentation/Movement Strategy track/Day 3/it

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 12:42:00 GMT

Niccolò Caranti (WMF): Created page with "Clicca sul video per vedere di cosa si tratta." {{Wikimedia Conference 2017/Menü|8}} {{TNT|Wikimedia Conference 2017/Menü2|3}} ==Dichiarazioni tematiche: priorità e implicazioni== {{TOC right|limit=3}} Muovendoci all'interno del compito più concentrato della traccia sulla strategia del movimento, ai partecipanti è stato richiesto di inserirsi vicino alla categoria alla quale si sentivano più inclinati a contribuire. Da questa seleziona iniziale, ai partecipanti di ogni categoria è stato chiesto di formare gruppi più piccoli di 3 o 4 persone con lo scopo di produrre un'affermazione tematiche che informasse la strategia complessiva di Wikimedia. Sono state formate 36 task-force. [[File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 216.jpg|center|upright=2|frameless]] ===Dissenso rituale e apprezzamento=== [[File:Berlin avril 2017 (73).jpg|right|upright=1|frameless]] Il processo di ricavare le affermazioni è avvenuto in diversi round, usando un metodo di "dissenso rituale". Dopo il lavoro su una bozza iniziale, ogni task-force ha mandato un "ambasciatore" del gruppo perché condividesse la proposta con un altro gruppo. L'ambasciatore ha quindi dato le spalle al gruppo che stava visitando in modo da ascoltare il "dissenso costruttivo" e le critiche alla proposta. L'ambasciatore quindi è tornato al proprio gruppo iniziale con i commenti da tenere in considerazione nel riscrivere e raffinare la proposta. Il processo è continuato fino al quarto round, dove il "dissenso rituale" è diventato "apprezzamento rituale", nel senso che al gruppo ospitante è stato chiesto di offrire osservazioni positive sul lavoro invece di critiche. Quando le affermazioni sono state finalizzate c'è stata un grande sentimento di realizzazione, dimostrato dalla quantità di selfie di gruppo che hanno seguito questo esercizio. === Voti e commenti === Per aggiungere un altro strato di idee sui risultati delle task-force, l'inter conferenza (non solo i partecipanti alla traccia sulla strategia del movimento) sono stati invitati a commentare e ad attribuire un "peso" alle affermazioni usando una prioritarizzazione a punti. Ad ogni persona sono stati dati tre punti rossi per votare sulla direzione nella quale secondo loro il movimento Wikimedia si sarebbe dovuto concentrare, due punti verdi per votare sulle affermazioni per le quali avrebbero potuto contribuire personalmente con le proprie forze, e un punto blu per i "segnali deboli" (affermazioni che potevano contenere idee più sottili, ma rilevanti, sul futuro). === Risultati === Lista di affermazioni tematiche sotto le stesse categorie utilizzate per raggruppare i punti chiave (vedi "[[Wikimedia Conference 2017/Documentation/Movement Strategy track/Day 2#Distilling Key Points|Giorno 2: sintetizzare i punti chiave]]"). {| class="wikitable sortable zebra" ! style="background-color:#AAAAAA| CATEGORIA ! style="background-color:#AAAAAA| # ! class="unsortable" style="background-color:#AAAAAA| DICHIARAZIONE TEMATICA ! style="background-color:#cc0000| ROSSO
("Questo è importante")
! style="background-color:#6aa84f| VERDE
("Ho forze per questo")
! style="background-color:#3d85c6| BLU
("Segnale debole")
! style="background-color:#AAAAAA|Σ |- | Altri media || 1 || ''Entro il 2030, Wikimedia do[...]



Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Updates/Cycle 2 pre-announcement/it

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 12:33:12 GMT

Niccolò Caranti (WMF): Created page with "Insieme, cominceremo a dare un senso a tutte queste informazioni e a organizzarle in un documento guida significativo, che raffineremo collettivamente durante il terzo e ultim..."



Il primo ciclo del processo strategico del movimento Wikimedia si è concluso recentemente e il secondo ciclo inizierà presto. I facilitatori della strategia e molti volontari hanno [[m:Category:2017_Wikimedia_movement_strategy_Cycle_1_sources|riassunto]] le discussioni del mese scorso. Una analisi quantitativa delle più di 1500 affermazione sintetiche raccolte dalle varie comunità verrà postata su Meta per la traduzione questa settimana, assieme al [[m:Special:MyLanguage/Wikimedia_Conference_2017/Documentation/Movement_Strategy_track|report dalla conferenza di Berlino]].

Il secondo ciclo inizierà il 5 maggio e proseguirà fino al 31 maggio. Durante questo periodo sarai invitato a immergerti negli argomenti principali emersi dal primo ciclo, discutere del loro significato, di quali sono i più importanti e perché, e quali sono le loro implicazioni pratiche. Questo lavoro sarà informato e accompagnato da una ricerca che coinvolge nuove voci che non sono state tradizionalmente incluse nella discussione sulla strategia, come lettori, partner ed esperti.

Insieme, cominceremo a dare un senso a tutte queste informazioni e a organizzarle in un documento guida significativo, che raffineremo collettivamente durante il terzo e ultimo ciclo in giugno-luglio.



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 11:19:48 GMT

Lionster (WMF): Created page with "קתרין"



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== הודעה מקתרין מאהר ==

: "הודעה זו, "[[mailarchive:wikimedia-l/2017-April/087391.html|April 28: Update on Wikimedia movement strategy process (#14)]]", נשלחה על ידי [[Special:MyLanguage/Wikimedia Foundation Executive Director|קתרין מאהר]] ב-28 באפריל 2017."

היי כולם!

'''סיכום: המעגל הראשון של הדיונים האסטרטגיים הסתיים, והמעגל השני של הדיונים יתחיל ב-5 במאי. תודה!'''

תודה (!) לכל מי שהקדיש זמן ושיתף את תשובתו לשאלה זו: "מה אנחנו רוצים לבנות או להשיג יחדיו כתנועה במהלך 15 השנים הבאות?"

במהלך החודש האחרון אספנו למעלה מ-1,800 הצהרות, ביותר מ-20 שפות, מתוך [[Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources|עשרות דיונים מרחבי התנועה]]. זה כולל את הדו"ח שהובטח מוועידת ויקימדיה (מרץ 2017, ברלין), שוויקמדיה גרמניה השלימה וש[[Wikimedia Conference 2017/Documentation/Movement Strategy track|פורסם המטא-ויקי]]. אני נרגשת מהדו"חות המגיעים מרחבי תנועה, אודות קבוצות שמתאחדות, לפעמים בפעם הראשונה, על מנת לדון בעתידנו. כך, למשל, שמענו את זה מידידינו בוויקימדיה אינדונזיה: "תודה לכם על ארגון החוויות הנפלאות האלה, שמאפשרות לנו ליצור קשר עם כמה ויקיפדים שמעולם לא פגשנו בעבר."

צוות האסטרטגיה המורחב מאגד את ההצהרות הללו, ומקבץ את הנושאים המשותפים, בהם נדון במעגל הדיונים הבא. החלטנו לדחות את תחילת המעגל השני מה-25 אפריל על מנת לאפשר יותר זמן לעבור על הכל, ועכשיו אנחנו מתכננים להתחיל את המעגל השני ב-5 במאי.

המאמצים שלנו לאסוף משוב משותפים וממומחים ברחבי העולם נמצאים בכיוון הנכון! למעשה, הייתי בבריסל השבוע, והשתתפתי בארוחת ערב עם נציגי האיחוד האירופי ועם מומחים למדיניות אינטרנט, אשר חלקו את הרעיונות שלהם לעתיד שלנו. הצלחנו לארגן את ארוחת הערב הזו הודות לעזרתם של חברי הקהילה המעורבים ב[[EU policy|קבוצת התמיכה בידע חופשי באיחוד האירופי]] ו[[Wikimedia Belgium|וויקימדיה בלגיה]]. מפגש זה עם אנשים מכל רחבי האיחוד האירופי היה הזדמנות לדון על ההשפעה של מדיניות האינטרנט על העתיד של הידע החופשי ועל תנועת ויקימדיה.

המשוב שנאסף באירועים מסוג זה ישותף בנינו, וישולב בדיונים העתידיים סביב אסטרטגיית התנועה שלנו. אם אתה מעוניין לראיין שותפים פוטנציאליים בעצמך, או לארגן דיונים דומים בקבוצה קטנה מול מומחים, אנו מעודדים זאת! הקרן עשויה להיות מסוגלת לספק תמיכה כספית עבור מאמצים כאלו. בבקשה [[Talk:Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017|צור איתנו קשר במטא-ויקי]] אם זה מעניין אותך.

יש לנו הרבה עבודת הכנה לעשות לפני מחזור הדיון הבא, אז זה הכל לעת עתה!

אבל כל עוד אתה פה, אני רוצה להזכיר לכולם שזה השבוע האחרון להעביר דיווחים על מענקי התכניות השנתיים שהוגשו לוועדת חלוקת הכספים, כולל התכנית השנתית הבאה של קרן ויקימדיה. הדו"ח שלך מועיל לא רק לוועדת חלוקת הכספים, אלא גם לשאר הארגונים שהגישו דו"חות. אנא שקול [[Grants:APG/Proposals/2016-2017 round 2|להעיף מבט ולספק משוב בונה]] אם יש לך זמן לפני המועד האחרון ב-30 באפריל.

À plus (תרגום מצרפתית: "עד הפעם הבאה"),
קתרין

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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 10:54:06 GMT

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Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Updates/28 April 2017 - Update 14 on Wikimedia movement strategy process/pl

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 10:00:15 GMT

Polimerek (WMF): Created page with "À plus (tłumaczenie z francuskiego: “Do późnej”)," __NOTOC__ == Wiadomość od Katherine Maher == : ''Ta wiadomość, "[[mailarchive:wikimedia-l/2017-April/087391.html|April 28: Update on Wikimedia movement strategy process (#14)]]", została wysłana przez [[Special:MyLanguage/Wikimedia Foundation Executive Director|Katherine Maher]] 28 kwietnia 2017.'' Witam wszystkich! '''Podsumowanie: Pierwszy cykl dysputy o strategii został zakończony a drugi cykl zacznie się 5 maja. Dziękuję!''' Dziękuję(!) każdemu kto poświęcił czas na udzielenie odpowiedzi na to pytanie: "Co chcemy zbudować lub osiągnąć razem przez następne 15 lat?" W minionym miesiącu zebraliśmy ponad 1800 stwierdzeń w więcej niż 20 językach z [[Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources|dziesiątek dyskusji w całym ruchu]]. Obejmuje to wcześniej obiecany raport z Konferencji Wikimedia, którą Wikimedia Deutschland ukończyła i [[Wikimedia Conference 2017/Documentation/Movement Strategy track|opublikowała w Meta-Wiki]]. Jestem podekscytowana raportami z całego ruchu o grupach, które się zebrały, czasem po raz pierwszy w ogóle, aby dyskutować o naszej przyszłości. Na przykład usłyszeliśmy od naszych przyjaciół w Wikimedia Indonezja, "Dziękujemy za zorganizowanie tych wspaniałych doświadczeń, pozwalających nam nawiązać kontakt z kilkoma Wikipedystami, których wcześniej nigdy nie spotkaliśmy". Poszerzony zespół ds. strategii kompiluje te stwierdzenia i łącze je w tematy, które będą dyskutowane w kolejnym cyklu naszej dysputy. Przesunęliśmy początek cyklu 2 z 25 kwietnia aby mieć więcej czasu przygotować wszystko i teraz planujemy go zacząć 5 maja. Staramy się zbierać opinie od partnerów i ekspertów na całym świecie! Właściwie to byłam w Brukseli w tym tygodniu i jadłam kolację z ekspertami polityk UE i internetu, którzy podzielili się swoimi pomysłami na naszą przyszłość. Udało nam się zorganizować ten obiad dzięki pomocy społeczności lokalnych uczestniczących w grupie [[EU policy|FKAGEU]] i [[Wikimedia Belgium|Wikimedia Belgium]]. To spotkanie z osobami z całej Unii Europejskiej było okazją do dyskusji na temat wpływu polityki internetowej na przyszłość wolnej wiedzy i ruchów Wikimedia. Informacje zwrotne gromadzone w trakcie takich wydarzeń zostaną udostępnione nam w celu rozważenia i włączenia ich w przyszłe dyskusje dotyczące strategii naszego ruchu. Jeśli jesteś zainteresowany/a w przesłuchaniu potencjalnych partnerów samemu lub zorganizować podobne dyskusje w małych grupach z ekspertami, zachęcamy do tego! Fundacja może być w stanie zapewnić wsparcie finansowe dla takich starań. Prosimy [[Talk:Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017|skontaktować się z nami na Meta-Wiki]], jeśli jesteś zainteresowany/a. Mamy dużo pracy z przygotowaniem zanim zacznie się kolejny cykl dyskusji, zatem to tyle na tą chwilę! Lecz, skoro już mam Waszą uwagę, chcę wszystkim przypomnieć, że jest to ostatni tydzień, aby dostarczyć swój wkład do planu rocznych grantów Komitetowi ds. Dysponowania Funduszami (FDC), w tym przyszłorocznego rocznego planu Fundacji Wikimedia. Twój wkład będzie pomocny nie tylko Komitetowi ds. Dysponowania Funduszami, ale także organizacjom, które złożyły swoje plany. Proszę rozważyć [[Grants:APG/Proposals/2016-2017 round 2|rzucenie okiem i dostarczenie pozytywnych informacji zwrotnych]], jeśli masz trochę czasu przed terminem 30 kwietnia. À plus (tłumaczenie z francuskiego: “Do późnej”),
Katherine {{Strategy/Wik[...]



Training modules/Dealing with online harassment/slides/documentation-2/sv

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 09:42:12 GMT

Sara Mörtsell (WMSE): Created page with "== Att avsluta ett fall: Dokumentation =="



== Att avsluta ett fall: Dokumentation ==
We've covered a lot of skills that are important for closing a case in previous lessons in this module. Let's review them now.

Any case closure will need to start with '''documentation'''. Your documentation should have information about what the case was about, who investigated the report and what they found, and what the outcome was.

This documentation may be stored on your team's private wiki, or in a post to your team's private, secured mailing list. Do not document your cases publicly or in a low-security location like an [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Etherpad etherpad]. Information that is private and personal should not be made public.



Training modules/Dealing with online harassment/slides/handling-reports/sv

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 09:32:06 GMT

Sara Mörtsell (WMSE): Created page with "== Hantera rapporeringar =="



== Hantera rapporeringar ==
Reporting harassment publicly, or even privately, is a difficult thing for many to do. It's natural to feel uncomfortable accusing someone of harassing you or someone you know, especially when the person in question is powerful. It's possible also that the harassment is subtle and easily deniable. When people submit reports to you, they may be afraid that you may simply not take them seriously or that, even if you do, you won't care.

When you or your team receives a request, bear in mind that it may have taken a great deal of courage and caused a lot of anxiety to the reporter. Treat every claim as serious, even if its tone seems bombastic or overwrought.



Training modules/Dealing with online harassment/slides/communication-style/sv

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 09:29:58 GMT

Sara Mörtsell (WMSE): Created page with "== Kommunikation: Kommunikationsstil =="



== Kommunikation: Kommunikationsstil ==
Appropriate communication with a harassment reporter should focus on two areas: first, appropriate communication style, and second, appropriate information and expectation sharing.

One of the most important things to remember when you are communicating with someone who reports suffering harassment is that harassment is, by design, intended to intimidate and upset. As a result, you will likely be addressing someone who is frightened, angry, hurt, or a combination of all three. Reporters may be worried that they will receive a dismissive response. Whatever the merits of the report itself, you can go a long way toward making the reporter feel safer than they may have feared simply by approaching it, and the reporter, with '''empathy'''.

Your goal in empathetic communication is to signal to the reporter that you understand that this is a stressful or frightening situation for them.

Some ways to communicate empathy will involve your choice of words and phrases. Try to use language that approaches the report with concern and attention, like:
* '''"I understand"''' or '''"Could you help me understand"''' – Let the reporter know that you are not just reading the words they wrote, but rather are truly trying to grasp the situation. If the initial report is clear and thorough, show them that you understand their situation. If you need to ask questions to get a handle on the situation, ask them in a way that communicates "seeking to understand" rather than skepticism or doubt about the report.
* '''"That must be (frightening/hurtful/upsetting)"''' or '''"I see that you are (frightened/hurt/upset)"''' – Active listening is an important skill in these situations. Your communications to the reporting user should indicate that you understand why they felt it necessary to reach out to you.

Avoid using words and phrases that indicate skepticism or disinterest, like:
* '''"I disagree"''' – Remember that they are reporting the situation to you as they understand it. Negative assertions and disagreement won't help you understand the situation better, and may lead the reporter to believe you are not here to help.
* '''"Nothing we can do"''' – There certainly will be cases where you cannot take action. However, there is a difference between saying "nothing I can do", and offering advice or alternative routes forward. Even if a situation does not call for administrative attention, you may be able to help the reporter with suggestions of other venues, new communication strategies, or referrals to support organizations.
* '''"The person accused of harassment has a good reputation"''' – Sometimes harassers have a good reputation on their project, which can act as a social "shield". Do not offer opinions on the person accused of harassment. Instead, focus on the reported behavior or actions.



Training modules/Dealing with online harassment/slides/publication-of-personal-information/sv

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 09:26:02 GMT

Sara Mörtsell (WMSE): Created page with "==Hantera personlig information: Publicering av personlig information =="



==Hantera personlig information: Publicering av personlig information ==

"Doxing", or "outing", is usually described as the publication of personal information online, generally in order to intimidate or threaten. In some cases, this personal information is used to actively seek out and harass online users in real life. Real-life outcomes can involve someone unwelcome literally showing up at the target's door or place of employment. Unfortunately, doxing has become a common method to intimidate, harass, or punish people online.



Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Updates/Cycle 2 pre-announcement/ja

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 09:25:07 GMT

Takot (WMF): Created page with "一緒に、これらの情報全てを意味のあるものにし、有意義な指針のドキュメントとしてまとめていきます。これらはすべて、6月か..."



ウィキメディア運動の戦略プロセスのサイクル1はこのほど完了し、サイクル2がまもなく始まります。戦略ファシリテーターと多くのボランティアが、先月の議論を[[m:Category:2017_Wikimedia_movement_strategy_Cycle_1_sources|まとめ]]ました。量的な分析を述べると、1500以上のサマリーが、さまざまなコミュニティから収集され、メタに投稿されて翻訳できるようになりました。[[m:Special:MyLanguage/Wikimedia_Conference_2017/Documentation/Movement_Strategy_trackm:Special:MyLanguage/Wikimedia_Conference_2017/Documentation/Movement_Strategy_trackm:Special:MyLanguage/Wikimedia_Conference_2017/Documentation/Movement_Strategy_track|ベルリンでのWMCONのレポート]]もあります。

サイクル2は5月5日に始まり、5月31日まで続きます。この期間中、サイクル1から生じてきたトピックに参加することができます。それがどのような意味なのか、どれが最も重要でそれはなぜなのか、実用的な異議は何なのか、議論してください。この作業は、これまで慣習的に戦略の議論に含まれてこなかった新しい声、たとえば読者やパートナー、専門家、についての調査によって、知識が裏付けされ、補完されます。

一緒に、これらの情報全てを意味のあるものにし、有意義な指針のドキュメントとしてまとめていきます。これらはすべて、6月から7月にかけての最後のサイクル3の期間中に、まとめて磨きをかけていきます。



Training modules/Dealing with online harassment/slides/purpose-of-this-module-2/sv

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 09:15:12 GMT

Sara Mörtsell (WMSE):



==Modulens syfte==

This module is intended to help community leaders, users with advanced rights, and groups handle community challenges around allegations of online harassment and abusive behavior. Working with such reports can be a challenging and time-consuming process. Wikimedia projects' fragmented system can mean a lack of consistent approaches to the issue between different Wikimedia projects, or even within a single project or group. Harassment cases can cause emotional strain on those reporting the abuse as well as those experiencing it, and it is often very difficult to find solutions that satisfy everyone involved.

However, helping fellow community members deal with this issue is important. [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Harassment_survey_2015 The experience of feeling harassed is a deterrent to participation]. Volunteers often struggle with finding assistance when they feel harassed. Supporting them, and supporting each other in supporting them, may help us avoid losing good-faith contributors who could be helping build out content for readers.

These training materials will evolve over time. Approaches to online harassment, as well as policies and tools, are an expanding area of study.



Wikimedia Foundation elections/2017/Translation/hi

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 09:13:08 GMT

SGill (WMF): Created page with "यह पृष्ठ २०१७ के बोर्ड चुनाव पृष्ठों का अनुवाद निर्देशांक है। चुन..." {{WMF elections 2017}} यह पृष्ठ २०१७ के बोर्ड चुनाव पृष्ठों का अनुवाद निर्देशांक है। चुनाव समिति के व्यक्ति अपने काम का बोझ कम करने के लिए कई अनुवादकों को खोजने के लिए अपनी पूरी कोशिश करेंगे। अगर आप किसी भी समस्या या अनुवाद के बारे में संदिग्ध हैं, कृपया [[Talk:Wikimedia Foundation elections 2013/Translation|इस वार्ता प्रष्ठ]] पर एक संदेश छोड़ें। == Aggregate groups == * [//meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=agg-2017_Wikimedia_Elections&filter=%21translated&action=translate High Priority Translations] - Pages needed for the current election stage === Shared/multiuse election translations === * [https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=page-Template%3AWMF+elections+translations&language=en&action=page&filter= Template:WMF elections translations] * [https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=page-Template%3AWMF+elections+translations%2F2017+translations&language=en&action=page&filter= Template:WMF elections translations/2017 translations] == Election status pages == * [https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=page-Template%3AWMF+elections+translations%2F2017+translations&language={{int:Lang}}&filter=%21translated&action=translate Status] == General information pages == * [//meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=page-Wikimedia+Foundation+elections&2F2017&language={{int:Lang}}&filter=%21translated&action=translate Wikimedia Foundation elections 2017] * [//meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=page-Wikimedia_Foundation_elections_committee&language={{int:Lang}}&filter=%21translated&action=translate Election Committee] === Board elections === * [//meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=page-Wikimedia_Foundation_elections%2F2017%2FBoard+of+Trustees&language={{int:Lang}}&filter=%21translated&action=translate Board elections rules] * [//meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=page-Wikimedia+Foundation+elections%2F2017%2FBoard+of+Trustees%2FCall+for+candidates&language={{int:Lang}}&filter=%21translated&action=translate Call for candidates] === FDC elections === ''TBA'' | The Land = I will be an '''effective voice for the community on the Board''' and '''I have deep experience of governance''' in the Wikimedia movement.
It’s easy to say “the WMF should listen to the community more” or “we need board members who are active community members”. '''Doing it is the difficult bit'''. In practice, who’s going to help WMF work better with the community? Who would be best able to stop another Superprotect fiasco or handle an ED transition? Who's best able to help WMF get the best out of the new movement strategy achieve the most it can for our mission?
This is why I think I'll be a good WMF Board member: #I have '''experience not just as a Wikipedian''' who writes featured articles, but also as a volunteer and/or staff member in '''many other non-profits''' where the objective is to win elections or cure diseases. The context is different but the dynamics of the relationship are similar. I [[User:The_Land/Why_do_They_always_do_It_wrong|have written on how these dynamics work]] and on why the WMF needs to '''listen''', '''consult''' and '''communicate proactively''', and '''avoid using its power''' to impose solutions wherever possible. I’ll take my own advice if I’m elected and encourage the rest of the Board to. #I can '''influence and challenge effectively'''. I know my own mind and I’m not afraid to be in a minority, of one if necessary. Equally, there are times when I’ve started off in a minority of one and ended up winning the argument. I’ve done that quietly, behind the scenes, effectively - the opposite of public grandstanding. '''There is no point being “the voice of the community” if you lack the skills or judgement to make that voice effective''', no matter how many edits you’ve made. #After 5 years’ experience on the board of Wikimedia UK, '''not only do I know what the right thing to do as a board member is, I have actually done it''' - sometimes when I and the rest of the Board were under considerable pressure. The start of my time as Chair in 2012-13, dealing with the circumstances that led to the [https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikimedia/uk/a/ae/Wikimedia_UK_gov_review_rpt_v5.pdf Wikimedia UK governance review], involved some serious challenges which I helped the organisation overcome, and I left the organisation in a much better position than when I took over. While WMF isn’t in a crisis now, at some point in the next three years the unexpected will happen, and my experience will be a real asset. | millosh = O[...]



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 07:55:46 GMT

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आप २०१७ के विकिमीडिया फाउंडेशन, जो कि $ACTIVEPROJECTs जैसी परियोजनाएं चलाता है, के न्यासी बोर्ड के चुनाव में मतदान करने के लिए योग्य हैं। न्यासियों का बोर्ड निर्णयकर्ता निकाय है जो कि फाउंडेशन की दीर्घकालिक स्थिरता के लिए अंततः जिम्मेदार है, इसलिए हम आपके व्यापक इनपुट का आदर करते हैं।

मतदान चरण १ मई ००:०० यूटीसी से ३१ मई २३:५९ यूटीसी तक चलेगा। मतदान करने के लिए, पर जाएँ। पर इस चुनाव के बारे में अधिक जानकारी प्राप्त की जा सकती है। भविष्य की सूचनाओं से अपने आप को हटाने के लिए, कृपया अपना सदस्य नाम में शामिल करें।

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Wikimedia Conference 2017/Documentation/Movement Strategy track/Day 3/ja

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:58:15 GMT

Takot (WMF): Created page with "===結果===" {{Wikimedia Conference 2017/Menü|8}} {{TNT|Wikimedia Conference 2017/Menü2|3}} == Theme Statements: Priorities and Implications == {{TOC right|limit=3}} 運動戦略トラックの中のもっとも焦点が当たったタスクに取り組むにあたって、参加者は最も自分のやりたいと思うカテゴリーに近い場所を選ぶように求められました。最初の選択では、参加者は3人から4人の小さなグループを作るよう求められ、そのグループでは、ウィキメディアの戦略全体にテーマに沿った提言をすることが目的でした。全部で37のタスクフォースが作られました。 [[File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 216.jpg|center|upright=2|frameless]] === 儀礼的異議と評価 === [[File:Berlin avril 2017 (73).jpg|right|upright=1|frameless]] 提言をまとめるプロセスは数回にわたって行われ、「儀礼的異議」という手法が使われました。初稿について取り組んだあと、それぞれのタスクフォースはグループから「大使」を一人送り、他のグループと提言をシェアします。大使は訪問先のグループに、提言についての「建設的な異議」や批評を渡します。そして大使は元々のグループに、コメントを持ち帰って、原稿の書き直しと提言の磨き直しをします。このプロセスが4回まで繰り返され、「儀礼的異議」は「儀礼的評価」に変わっていきます。つまり訪問先のグループでは、成果物に対して批判よりも前向きなコメントを出すよう求められるということです。最終的に提言が固まったとき、大きな達成感がもたらされました。その大きさは演習に参加した人たちで撮影した集合写真が物語っています。 === 投票とコメント === タスクフォースの成果について別の角度からの洞察を加えるため、(運動戦略の参加者に限らずに)カンファレンス全体の参加者が、コメントと、それぞれの提言に対してシールで重み付けするために呼ばれました。各人は3個の赤いシールを与えられ、それを使ってウィキメディア運動が重点を置くべきだと考える指針に投票しました。また緑のシール2枚を、個人的にエネルギーを注いでもいいと感じる提言に投票し、青いシール1枚を「弱いシグナル」を表すものに投票しました(これはより控えめな、しかし関連する、将来への洞察を表す提言、ということです)。 ===結果=== List of Thematic Statements below under the same categories used for clustering key points (see "[[Wikimedia Conference 2017/Documentation/Movement Strategy track/Day 2#Distilling Key Points|Day 2: Distilling Key Points]]"). {| class="wikitable sortable zebra" ! style="background-color:#AAAAAA| CATEGORY ! style="background-color:#AAAAAA| # ! class="unsortable" style="background-color:#AAAAAA| THEMATIC STATEMENT ! style="background-color:#cc0000| RED
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Training modules/Keeping events safe/slides/following-up/bg

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:19:25 GMT

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== След събитието: Поинтересувайте се ==
It's good practice to follow up with reporters who were immediately affected by a harassment incident. You are not expected to provide care or counseling, but there may be important developments between the people involved, post-event, that may be worth recording, reporting or considering for your future events.
You can also consider following up with reporters who were not immediately affected, as a matter of courtesy, though there is no obligation or expectation to do so. If you chose to follow up with them, you should make sure not to disclose private details regarding the incident or the people involved.



Training modules/Keeping events safe/slides/get-self-care/bg

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:15:26 GMT

Spiritia:



== След събитието: Погрижете се за себе си ==
Handling an incident of harassment can sometimes feel overwhelming for somebody who doesn't do this for a living, and they may be subject to secondary trauma. Whether through professional counseling or through an informal discussion session where members of the event organizing team can talk about their experience, sharing the emotional burden associated with handling high-stress situations can be beneficial.



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:14:29 GMT

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== Какво бихте направили?: Работа с аудиторията ==
''This module will periodically present you with "what would you do?" scenarios - hypothetical accounts of difficult situations. The goal in these sections is not to test whether you arrive at an objectively "correct" single answer, but rather to give you a chance to think about the different types of situations you may encounter, and the many issues and decision points that affect any eventual outcome you settle on.''

Your relatively small-scale event is taking place in a conference venue with multiple spaces, that can be made available to different conferences at any given time. While your event is ongoing, another Wikimedia event is hosted in one of the venue’s spaces, adjacent to yours. During breaks participants of both events are able to wander through communal spaces of the venue.

You are notified by one of your event participants (person A) that they met another person attending the other event (person B) when they spent time in the communal spaces with other participants of your conference. Since then, person A has been receiving unwanted invitations to hang out by person B, despite politely declining them and explicitly stating they are not interested. Those invitations never happen when other participants of your event are present; only when person A is at a relative distance from others.

'''''If you were in this situation... what would you do? [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Training_modules/Keeping_events_safe/Discussion_hub#Dealing_with_the_public Leave your thoughts here].'''''



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:14:09 GMT

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== Какво бихте направили?: Повторни нарушители ==
''This module will periodically present you with "what would you do?" scenarios - hypothetical accounts of difficult situations. The goal in these sections is not to test whether you arrive at an objectively "correct" single answer, but rather to give you a chance to think about the different types of situations you may encounter, and the many issues and decision points that affect any eventual outcome you settle on.''

While you are reviewing the event registration list as part of your responsibilities on the event organization team, you notice a username you recognize. After some thought and research, you realize that not long ago this contributor was brought to the English Wikipedia's "administrators' noticeboard", where administrators discuss things like user conduct, for alleged off-wiki harassment with details of a particular incident they appear to have been involved in.

''(For the purpose of this exercise you should think what actions you can take, considering the fact that you are reviewing the registration list when you become aware of this.)''

'''''If you were in this situation... what would you do? [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Training_modules/Keeping_events_safe/Discussion_hub#Repeat_offenders Leave your thoughts here].'''''



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:12:37 GMT

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== Какво бихте направили?: Членове на борда ==
''This module will periodically present you with "what would you do?" scenarios - hypothetical accounts of difficult situations. The goal in these sections is not to test whether you arrive at an objectively "correct" single answer, but rather to give you a chance to think about the different types of situations you may encounter, and the many issues and decision points that affect any eventual outcome you settle on.''

Some time after the end of an event, User A reports having received repeated unwanted attention from User B, who breached the boundaries of their personal space and made them feel uncomfortable. User A is a community member, who has frequently brought in accusations of harassment against other contributors. User B is a board member of a User group and does not have a history of being sanctioned for misbehavior at events.

'''''If you were in this situation... what would you do? [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Training_modules/Keeping_events_safe/Discussion_hub#Board_member_behavior Leave your thoughts here].'''''



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:12:06 GMT

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== Какво бихте направили?: Членове на потребителски групи ==
''This module will periodically present you with "what would you do?" scenarios - hypothetical accounts of difficult situations. The goal in these sections is not to test whether you arrive at an objectively "correct" single answer, but rather to give you a chance to think about the different types of situations you may encounter, and the many issues and decision points that affect any eventual outcome you settle on.''

On the first day of your event, you receive an in-person report from User A, detailing a heated debate between them and User B that took place while both users were on the same train, traveling to your event. The two users happen to be also booked in the same shared accommodation for the duration of the event. User A is very upset and insists that they were harassed. Both users are members of different User Groups within the same language project.

'''''If you were in this situation... what would you do? [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Training_modules/Keeping_events_safe/Discussion_hub#User_group_members Leave your thoughts here].'''''



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:11:29 GMT

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== Теми за размисъл: Границите на възможностите ви ==
You need to remember that you may not always be able to resolve a situation to everybody’s satisfaction. Sometimes the information you have may not lead to any actions other than filing it and or informing other parties, as per protocol, yet you may still have to let the reporter know about the outcome.



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:11:04 GMT

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== Теми за размисъл: Уикимедиански обединения и дългосрочно сформирани групи ==
When a harassment incident involves an Affiliate member, apart from following standard process and protocol for handling it on-site, the issue should also be communicated to the Foundation as well as the respective Affiliate. Although the Foundation may review the situation, responsibility for taking further actions (if necessary) may fall on the Affiliate, subject to the nature of the incident and specific details.

If both/all people involved in the incident are Affiliate members, the incident should be communicated to the Affiliations Committee (AffCom) as well as the Foundation, on top of following standard protocols for handling it on site. Similarly, the Foundation or AffCom may take further actions, if needed, subject to specifics.



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:10:03 GMT

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== След събитието: Отчет пред Фондация Уикимедия ==
If there was a harassment incident that took place during your event, especially one where things escalated, this should be reported (by the event's emergency response team) to the Foundation's [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Support_and_Safety#Contacting_us Support & Safety team], for their records. They can be reached at ca@wikimedia.org. It may be that they follow up with further actions or, simply consider the reported incident in the future, should they receive other reports about the same perpetrator.



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:09:22 GMT

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== During the event: Dealing with the subjects of reports ==
Whether a report is valid or not, the subject of the report may still experience frustration and/or anger. It is, therefore, important that you:
* '''Stay calm'''. Remaining level-headed will help the subject of the report calm down.

== Действителни оплаквания ==
* '''Make sure you are not alone'''. Handling the subject of a valid report may be a tense process. It’s good to have another person with you to help. Having witnesses while you proceed can also protect you against future claims on inappropriate handling.
* '''Remove the subject from the premises'''. You may not always be required to take such drastic action as a removal, but be prepared to do so should the situation require it.
* '''Make sure you are always polite to the subject, even if what they did is unacceptable'''. There is no justification for treating anyone badly.
* '''Ask for help if the subject refuses to comply with your request'''. This can be venue security, venue management or even local law enforcement.
* '''Report out'''. Let the event organizing team or whoever is in charge know that the issue has been handled as per applicable policies and protocols. Keeping the team updated allows them to address further concerns that may be brought to them regarding the incident and prevents panic from spreading to other event participants.

== Недействителни оплаквания ==
* '''Be fair and understanding'''. Nobody enjoys being accused unfairly. The subject may be upset and you may be called to calm them down and reassure them that there was a false alarm. It helps to let them know if there is recourse for the reporter and what this may be (as and when applicable).



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:08:59 GMT

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=== По време на събитието: Реагиране на недействителните или злонамерени оплаквания ===
Not every report you receive will be valid. Sometimes people may make a report just to get attention or may report something that turns out to be a non-issue. Other times, reports may be intended to intimidate another attendee. Here are some tips that may help you recognize invalid reports:
* '''Stay informed'''. You are not expected to know the background behind every interaction between participants, but awareness of long-standing conflicts or differences of opinion may provide additional context.
* '''Separate the fact from the emotion'''. While emotion should be acknowledged, focus on the facts reported or presented by the reporter.
* '''Use common sense'''. Are the reporter's statements making sense? Are you aware of information that outright proves the report as invalid?
If you realize that a report is invalid:
* '''Be patient'''. You may have to spend some time explaining errors or misunderstandings to the reporter, but you must deal with them compassionately.



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:08:32 GMT

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=== По време на събитието: Реагиране на действителните оплаквания ===
Reporting a legitimate harassment incident may require for the reporter to muster a lot of courage. It is important to remember that the person coming to you is likely experiencing an array of negative feelings. They may feel hurt, embarrassed, upset, threatened, unsafe, discriminated against, or angry. On top of the advice listed in the previous section:
* '''Take notes'''. You are not expected to remember every detail of an incident you have not necessarily witnessed. You’ll be surprised how helpful notes can be for review, especially if other event organizing team members are involved in the process of handling a situation. You don’t need to take notes the very moment the reporter has approached you (as you may need to take immediate actions once you are aware of the details), but making a record of the report while the memory is still fresh is important. It also helps reassure the reporter that their report is taken seriously.
* '''Stay calm, think rationally'''. Being overtaken by emotions is okay for the reporter but not very helpful for the person expected to deal with the issue.
* '''Be ready to react'''. In some cases, the team’s timely intervention may be necessary. It may be that you have requested further support or inform venue security of a situation that calls for their action.
* '''In a medical situation, ensure the victim(s) receives medical care'''. If the report comes from the person immediately affected, you may need to make sure the receive appropriate medical attention, if they’ve been physically hurt, and may need to accompany them to the nearest hospital.
* '''Help the victim consider actions'''. Depending on the severity of the incident, it may be appropriate to help or encourage the victim think about their immediate and long-term options that may help them recover (for example, the immediate collection of medical evidence in the case of a rape, can make future reporting or other actions possible).



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:06:58 GMT

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== По време на събитието: Начини за приемане на оплакванията ==
Reports can be accepted verbally and in writing.

Having an official written record of the incident that can be referred to, followed up on and reviewed at a later date, is very important. However, an immediate typed or written report may not be possible or practical.

This is especially true for the more extreme incidents where outright Terms of Use or other applicable policy breaches occur, such as direct and explicit threats of harm, actual physical violence, and so on. In such situations, a verbal or in-person report is not only acceptable but highly encouraged. It is also possible that participants affected by or witnessing harassment do not feel comfortable compiling a written report to voice their concerns due to a number of other factors (for example, language proficiency, cultural norms). They may instead raise their concerns verbally.

The lack of a written report should not be a reason to turn a concerned participant away. A report of harassment should be taken seriously, regardless of the medium used to communicate it.

A verbal report can be submitted by reaching out to an emergency response team member on the ground. While response team members should be easy for participants to visually identify, one may not be present at the time an incident is taking place. In that case, the reporter can alert any member of the event organizing team on sight, who should also be easy to spot. The event organizing team member can then find an available emergency response team member to take over, and handle or escalate as appropriate.

While the responsibility of handling a report primarily falls on the emergency response team, a member of the event organizing team should be prepared to accept an urgent report if necessary in order to provide some level of immediate relief to the reporter. They can then involve the emergency response team as soon as possible, according to internal communication and escalation protocols.

In cases of verbal reports, a written record should be made by the emergency response team as soon as the issue has concluded, ensuring that their account of the report is accurate by having the reporter review and sign off the outreach part of it.



Training modules/Keeping events safe/slides/who-may-report/bg

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:06:15 GMT

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== По време на събитието: Кой може да се оплаче? ==
Even though harassment is defined as a certain type of activity, the extent to which the person on the receiving end is affected may vary from one individual to another. Some people may not consider harassment worth reporting. Other types of harassment are less obvious, and perhaps only someone who has sustained long-term harassment would be able to identify it as part of a behavioral pattern that is not acceptable.

It is very important that the person immediately affected by one's harassing behavior is the person reporting the issue (a direct report). That's because they are in a position to provide crucial information first-hand, and the possibility of misunderstanding relayed conversations is minimized and confidentiality is not compromised.

Βy-stander reports are also encouraged. For example, in extreme situations where violence is inflicted and the person affected is physically unable to report the issue at the time it's happening or, shortly after it has happened, only a third party or bystander who witnessed the incident could make a report. Bystander reports can also help in de-escalating a relatively minor situation and prevent it from becoming an issue. It should be understood though that soon as the report is made, a bystander is not likely to be kept informed of the progress and specifics of that report, as the affected party's right privacy should be respected.



Training modules/Keeping events safe/slides/participants/bg

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:05:30 GMT

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== Преди началото на събитието: Участниците ==
* '''Keep an open mind'''. Do some research on the culture you are about to enter and consider cultural differences. Something that is considered normal in your city/country may not be standard practice in the city/country where the event is held. Since you are the guest, a level of respect should be shown towards the local culture, even if you don’t personally agree with it. Preparation for dealing with harassment does not exclude preparation of how to avoid (unintentionally) becoming the harasser yourself.
* '''Read the behavioral guidelines''' applicable to the event you are attending. Those may sometimes vary from one event to another, and from one culture to another. It’s of great benefit to be aware what standards are expected of you before you enter the event.
* '''Be ready to report an issue'''. In some cultures, reporting harassment or abuse issues is not always received well, and victims are deterred from reporting in general. There is zero tolerance for abuse at Wikimedia events, and you don’t have to put with abusive behavior towards you. There is no shame in reporting witnessing or being subjected to harassment and your report will be handled confidentially to the extent possible.
* '''Be an ally'''. Be willing to speak up and stand up when you see something happening that may not necessarily require reporting but is testing boundaries of what is appropriate.
* '''Identify the event organizing team and response team members''', so you can easily spot them if you need to report a safety issue or concern to them.



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:05:03 GMT

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== Преди началото на събитието ==
All parties involved in an event can take proactive actions in preparation for handling a harassment issue that may arise: from staff and volunteers working together to ensure all necessary and proactive preparations are made, to participants planning to/and eventually attending the event. Some ideas on proactive actions are inspired by the actions listed under the [[m:Training_modules/Keeping_events_safe/slides/before-the-event#Before_the_event|procedures prescribed under the event ban policy]].



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:04:49 GMT

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== Ситуации, с които може да се сблъскате ==
Even though all efforts should be made to ensure that events are safe spaces for contributors to meet, congregate, and collaborate, there may be instances where you may experience or observe situations that may make you or others feel uncomfortable, in a minor or major way. All of these violations can and should be addressed. Such situations may include but are not limited to:

* '''Unclear safe spaces violations'''. These consist of commentary or actions that are not inappropriate or abusive unless considered within a specific, existing context. They may also be things that, while unnoticed by some, can be quite alienating for others.
* '''Minor to moderate safe spaces violations'''. These usually consist of inappropriate comments, on-wiki arguments becoming a hostile or heated in-person debate, or inappropriate content that may be displayed in a presentation. These violations, especially, may or may not always be intentionally designed to upset others.
* '''Major safe spaces violations'''. These are situations where someone experiences a great deal of stress or feels threatened because of abusive conduct such as targeted harassment, explicit verbal personal attacks, implicit physical or sexual threats, or repeated unwanted actions after an explicit request to stop.
* '''Locally or globally banned users'''. Some potential attendees are not permitted to attend events at all. This could be because of a local ban (for example people who have been problems at chapter events) or because of a [[m:Event_Ban_policy|global event ban]] which the Wikimedia Foundation has issued for any Foundation-supported or funded event. If you become aware of one being present at an event, keep in mind that the presence alone of a locally or globally banned user is considered to be a friendly space violation and should be reported to the event organizing team. Even if you don't feel immediately threatened by the individual, it's possible that there are concerns outside of your knowledge and/or other attendees who could feel significant concern.
* '''Critical safety violations''' such as physical or sexual assault.
* '''Medical emergencies'''. Even though a medical emergency may not necessarily be the result of altercations with another person while at the event, it also needs to be treated as a matter of priority by the event organizing team.

Bear in mind that event organizers and volunteers are equally entitled to feel safe at an event. Incidents involving those organizing the event should be treated just as seriously.



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:04:14 GMT

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== Основни въпроси: Чия е грижата по опазване на сигурността на дадено събитие? ==
It is important to remember that everybody is in a position to contribute to their own and others' actual or perceived safety during in-person events; this is not a responsibility that falls exclusively on a single person or team. Some key groups with distinct responsibilities are identified below:
* '''The event organizing team''' will often run a risk assessment and review potential safety-related scenarios during the planning stages of the event. They will then ensure that there are appropriate protocols in place that can be implemented should a situation warrant it.
* '''The hosting/paying organizing team''' will represent the entity funding (but not necessarily organizing and running) the event, and may not be involved in general operations as much as the event organizing team may be. They should, however, be involved at least on a meta level. For example, they can ensure there are policies in place to clarify what is expected of participants' behavior during the event.
* '''Venue staff and security''' have a general responsibility for the safety of people using their space. They will often be involved in the event's organization and will work closely with the event organizing team to ensure that all reasonable measures are taken to help assure participant's safety while on their premises.
* '''Event attendees''' can also take proactive steps that can help safeguard their own safety, as well as the safety of others.



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 06:03:00 GMT

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== Основни въпроси: Какво разбираме под сигурност? ==
When we talk about safety for event participants, it is important to remember that this safety is both psychological and physical. While we want to ensure that users are physically safe at an event – whether that's from physical hazards or other attendees – it is equally important to ensure that the environment allows people to feel supported enough to participate and engage fully. When attendees feel harassed, insulted or abused, the effects can be serious. Not only could you lose them as event attendees, you may lose them entirely as contributors to the Wikimedia projects based on one of these incidents.



Training modules/Keeping events safe/slides/purpose-of-this-module/bg

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 05:45:23 GMT

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== Целта на този модул ==
Още от ранните си дни Уикимедианското движение провежда събития наживо като ключова част от дейността си. Срещите с колеги и други хора, които искат да работят с вас, могат да бъдат много забавни, важни и удовлетворяващи. Сътрудничествата лице в лице са не само по-ефикасни, но и помагат на хората по-добре да общуват и да постигат целите, които са си поставили.

Реалните срещи и конференции могат да бъдат много продуктивен начин за събиране на доброволци на едно място добро, но те могат да се окажат и източник на конфликт, нежелани контакти, нарушаване на правото на лични данни, или други форми на тормоз.

* Този модул има за цел да помогне на организаторите на събития да се справят с предизвикателствата, свързани с обвиненията в тормоз или оскърбително поведение по време на събитията, на които те са домакини, организатори или гости.
* Модулът може да е полезен и за участници в събития, тъй като съдържа основни съвети и подготовка как да избягват или как да се справят с тормоза, ако им се случи да бъдат обект на такова поведение по време на събития наживо.
* В добавка, модулът ще е от помощ за доброволците като вас, които са домакини на събития, представяйки ви добрите практики за предотвратяване и справяне с проблемни ситуации по време на вашите събития.

Този модул насърчава пълното спазване на няколко стандарта за поведение и политики, каквито са [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Friendly_space_policies Политиката за дружелюбна среда], [https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Code_of_Conduct/Draft Кодексът на поведение] и [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Event_Ban_policy Политиката за прекратяване на достъпа до събития].



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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 05:42:11 GMT

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== [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Special:SecurePoll/vote/NUMBER?setlang={{CONTENTLANG}} विकिमीडिया फाउंडेशन २०१७ न्यासी बोर्ड चुनाव में मतदान शुरू हो गया है] ==


[[Category:Wikimedia Foundation elections 2017{{#translation:}}|Updates/Board voting has begun]]



Wikimedia Foundation elections/2017/Vote Questions/hi

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 05:06:10 GMT

SGill (WMF): Created page with "नहीं, चुनाव सुरक्षितपोल सॉफ़्टवेयर का उपयोग करके सुरक्षित तर..." {{Translate with google|sl=en }} {{WMF elections 2017|multilingual=yes}} ==मतदाताओं के लिए सूचना== {{WMF elections/Voter requirements/2017}} ===मतदान कैसे करें=== यदि आप मतदान के योग्य हैं: # उम्मीदवार प्रस्तुतियों को पढ़ें और तय करें कि आप कौन से उम्मीदवारों का समर्थन करेंगे। # [[Special:SecurePoll/vote/339|सिक्योरपोल्ल वोटिंग प्रष्ठ]] पर जाएँ। # उस पृष्ठ के निर्देशों का पालन करें। ==सामान्य प्रश्न== ===पात्र मतदाता वोट करने में असमर्थ हैं=== आपको यह संदेश प्राप्त हो सकता है कि "क्षमा करें, आप इस चुनाव में वोट करने के लिए अधिकृत उपयोगकर्ताओं की पूर्व निर्धारित सूची में नहीं हैं।" ====समाधान==== # सुनिश्चित करें आप लॉग्ड इन हैं # सुनिश्चित करें कि आप मेटा से वोट कर रहे हैं, आप वोटिंग प्रारंभ पृष्ठ पर जाने के लिए [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Special:SecurePoll/vote/NUMBER इस लिंक] का उपयोग कर सकते हैं। # यदि आप एक डेवलपर, विकिमीडिया फाउंडेशन के स्टाफ सदस्य, सलाहकार बोर्ड के सदस्य, या फंड प्रसार समिति के सदस्य हैं, तो हो सकता है कि चुनाव समिति आपको किसी विशिष्ट सदस्य नाम के साथ मेल न कर पाई हो। आपको सूची में शामिल होने के लिए [[User:Jalexander-WMF|जेम्ज़ अलेक्सांद्र]] से संपर्क करना चाहिए। # यदि आप अभी भी वोट करने में असमर्थ हैं और समझते हैं कि आप मतदान[...]



Training modules/Translation/ar

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 02:46:49 GMT

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{{TM header|الترجمة}}

توثق هذه الصفحة سبل الترجمة المتوفرة [[training modules|لوحدات التدريب]].

'''''[https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=agg-Training_modules%3A_All_content&filter=%21translated&action=translate ترجم كافة الوحدات دفعة واحدة]'''''

== الوحدات التدريبية منفردة ==
* '''[https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=agg-Training_modules_content&filter=!translated&action=translate الحفاظ على سلامة الفعاليات]'''
* ''' التعامل مع التحرش على الإنترنت:'''
** [https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=agg-Training_modules:_Dealing_with_online_harassment_(Fundamentals)&filter=!translated&action=translate الأساسيات]
** [https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=agg-Training_modules:_Dealing_with_online_harassment_(2:_Other_forms)&filter=!translated&action=translate أشكال التحرش الأخرى]
** [https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=agg-Training_modules:_Dealing_with_online_harassment_(3:_Communication)&filter=!translated&action=translate أفضل ممارسات التواصل]
** [https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=agg-Training_modules:_Dealing_with_online_harassment_(4:_Handling_reports)&filter=!translated&action=translate التعامل مع البلاغات]
** [https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Translate&group=agg-Training_modules:_Dealing_with_online_harassment_(5:_Closing_cases)&filter=!translated&action=translate إغلاق الحالات]

[[Category:WMF training modules]]



Wikimedia Conference 2017/Documentation/Movement Strategy track/Day 3/pt

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 01:43:15 GMT

Chicocvenancio (WMF): Created page with "Clique no vídeo para ver do que isso se trata." {{Wikimedia Conference 2017/Menü|8}} {{TNT|Wikimedia Conference 2017/Menü2|3}} == Declarações temáticas: Prioridades e envolvimentos == {{TOC right|limit=3}} Passando a tarefa de maior foco da trilha de Estratégia do Movimento, foi solicitado aos participantes para se colocarem próximos a categoria que eles se sentiam mais inclinados a contribuir. Dessa seleção inicial participantes em cada categoria formaram grupos menores de 3 a 4 pessoas com o propósito de produzir frases temáticas que informariam a estratégia geral da Wikimedia. 37 forças de trabalho foram formadas. [[File:Wikimedia Conference 2017 – 216.jpg|center|upright=2|frameless]] === Ritual de dissenso e apreciação === [[File:Berlin avril 2017 (73).jpg|right|upright=1|frameless]] O processo de depurar as frases aconteceu em várias rodadas, usando o método de 'ritual de dissenso'. Depois de trabalhar em um rascunho inicial, cada força-tarefa enviava um 'embaixador' do grupo para compartilhar a proposta com outro grupo. O embaixador então virava de costa para o grupo que estava visitando para ouvir 'dissenso construtivo' e críticas à proposta. O embaixador então retornava ao seu grupo mãe com comentários e o grupo os considerava enquanto refaziam e refinavam a sua proposta. Esse processo continuou até a quarta rodada, quando o 'ritual de dissenso' virou o 'ritual de apreciação', significando que os grupos visitados foram instados a darem comentários positivos em vez de críticas. Quando as frase foram finalizadas, houve um grande sentimento de sucesso e realização, demonstrado pela quantidade de selfies em grupo que seguiram ao exercício. === Votos e comentários === Para adicionar uma outra camada de opiniões e ideias sobre os resultados das forças de trabalho, a conferência como um todo (não só os participantes para a Estratégia do Movimento) foram convidados a comentar e atribuir algum 'peso' às frase usando uma priorização por pontos (pequenos adesivos em forma de pontos). A cada pessoa foram dados três pontos vermelhos para voar na direção que o movimento Wikimedia deveria se focar, dois pontos verdes para votar em frases em que eles sentiam que tem energia para contribuir para sua execução e um ponto azul para identificar os 'sinais fracos' (frases que podem conter uma visão mais sutil, mas relevante, sobre o futuro). === Resultados === Lista das Frase Temáticas abaixo sob as mesmas categorias utilizadas para agrupar pontos chave (veja '''[[Wikimedia Conference 2017/Documentation/Movement Strategy track/Day 2#Distilling Key Points|Dia 2: Destilando Pontos Chave][...]



Training modules/Keeping events safe/slides/purpose-of-this-module/fr

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 00:07:45 GMT

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== Visée de ce module ==
Le mouvement Wikimédia organise des évènements hors ligne comme activité principale depuis ses premiers jours. Rencontrer vos collègues et d’autres personnes intéressées de travailler avec vous peut être amusant, gratifiant et important. Travailler en face à face n’a pas seulement l’avantage d’être plus efficace, cela aide également toutes les personnes impliquées à mieux se connecter à ceux qui travaillent en même temps qu’eux ainsi qu’aux objectifs qu’ils partagent.

Real-life meetups and conferences can be very productive ways to bring contributors together; however, they can also provide opportunities for conflict, unwanted contact, privacy violations, or other forms of harassment.

* This module is intended to help prepare event organizers to handle challenges around allegations of harassment and abusive behavior at events they host, organize, or attend.
* It can be useful for event participants as it contains basic advice on how to prepare, avoid or deal with harassment, should they experience it during in-person events.
* Additionally, it will help prepare contributors like you to host successful events by introducing you to best practices for preventing and handling problematic situations at your events.

This module promotes full adherence to several behavioral standards and policies, such as the [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Friendly_space_policies Friendly Space policies], the [https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Code_of_Conduct/Draft Code of Conduct] and the [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Event_Ban_policy Event ban policy].



Training modules/fr

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 00:01:28 GMT

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L’un des objectifs du plan annuel de l’équipe [[Support and Safety|Soutien et sécurité]] de la Fondation Wikimédia est d’'''introduire de nouveaux modules d’entrainement traduisibles et disponibles en ligne pour aider les fonctionnaires et les affiliés à mieux gérer ces problèmes.''' Cette page sert de pointeur vers ces modules.
{{TNT|Training modules menu|1}} {{TM header|Objectifs globaux}} === Mission 1 : Créer une plateforme d’entrainement pour les fonctionnaires === Functionary and community governance groups – including [[Special:MyLanguage/stewards|stewards]], [[Special:MyLanguage/Administrators|admins]], global admins, and [[Special:MyLanguage/Arbitration Committee|Arbitration Committees]] – play a crucial administrative and editorial role on all our sites, especially in curtailing harassment of volunteers and arbitrating and resolving disputes. To help these functionary and community governance groups better coordinate their work, we will facilitate in the development of a training platform and will guide the establishment of a module based around the critical area of addressing harassment. * '''Objective 1 – Survey key groups:''' In FY16-17, consult with functionaries (stewards, global admins, Arbitration Committees, admins), community members, and outside academic and industry experts to advise on scope, content and delivery choice of the platform – whether it is through Wiki pages/templates or a MediaWiki extension. Then implement and configure the platform with the participation of at least 10 community members. * '''Objective 2 – Develop training platform and module on community challenges: ''' In FY16-17, guide the establishment of a new training platform and module on handling harassment that will help functionary and community governance groups deal with community challenges. (Location of modules may vary according to the needs of the functionary groups they will serve, based upon survey of groups impacted, but the modules should be accessible, prominent and open to the appropriate audiences/communities.) * '''Objective 3 – Produce translated versions of harassment module:''' By the end of FY16-17, have the module translated to at least 10 major languages. : More details: After the module’s creation, continue surveying functionaries and community members to determine satisfaction with the platform, the mo[...]