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8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
8. d2 platform wikipedia lodewijk
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  • Wie ben ik Wie zijn jullie: Wikipedia bezocht, bewerkt, actief?
  • Uitleggen wat Wikipedia is. Organisatie Gemeenschap Waarom het werkt?
  • Uitleggen wat Wikipedia is. Organisatie Gemeenschap Waarom het werkt?
  • Uitleggen wat Wikipedia is. Organisatie Gemeenschap Waarom het werkt?
  • Wikipedia is flink veranderd over de jaren, wat je goed kunt afleiden ook aan de logo’s
  • Uitleggen wat Wikipedia is. Organisatie Gemeenschap Waarom het werkt?
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    • 1. “ Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge. That's our commitment.” Jimmy Wales Demystifying Digital Lodewijk Gelauff Schiphol, April 2011
    • 2. This presentation
      • Expect:
      • Basic understanding
      • Do not expect:
      • “ What is the secret key to getting a very positive article on Wikipedia”
    • 3. Who? Image: Pander, GFDL
    • 4. Wiki-what? © Andrew Laing - CC-BY-SA 2.0 - Wikimedia Commons Wiki: software Pedia: encyclopedia Wikipedia: Collaboration Never finished
    • 5. Wikipedia Top-10 website 410 million unique visitors per month 7500 new articles per day Volunteers
    • 6. Wikimedia
      • Foundation + ~35 chapters
      • Non-profit
      • Free knowledge
      • No 'editorial board'
      Images: logos Wikimedia Foundation © design Guillaume Paumier
    • 7. Wikimedia Donations
    • 8. Before Wikipedia: Nupedia
      • 2000 - 2003: – experts only, 24 articles
      • Assignment
      • Finding a lead reviewer
      • Lead review
      • Open review
      • Lead copyediting
      • Open copyediting
      • Final approval and markup
    • 9. 2001 - 2011 15 January 2001 Images:US Govt (PD), Wikimedia Foundation ©, Pathoschild (CCBYSA)
    • 10. Articles Aug 2010: Aug 2007: Images: Erik Zachte, Nikola Smolenski, Chris Applegate (CCBYSA)
    • 11. Images:Fotothek (CCBYSA),
    • 12. Anyone can contribute? But seriously, who writes Wikipedia? You, me, her, him, and thousands of volunteers, anonymous or not 1,2 million users 80.000 active gebruikers 10.000 very active All volunteers © Mike E. Perez - CC-BY 2.0 - Flickr
    • 13.
      • So in the beginning, anybody could edit Wikipedia.
      • And then anybody could edit Wikipedia.
      • And as of tomorrow, anybody can edit Wikipedia.
      • - Jimmy Wales -
      • On Wikipedia's New Editing Policy - NPR, August 26, 2009
      © Mike E. Perez - CC-BY 2.0 - Flickr
    • 14. Pillars
      • Online Encyclopedia
      • Neutral point of view
      • Free content
      • Respectful & civil
      • No firm rules
      © eflon / Alex - CC-BY 2.0 - Flickr
    • 15. Why might you want to stay away from Wikipedia?
      • Complicated (the rules, the software etc.)
      • Mistrust and suspicion (biting the newbies)
      • It will not say what I want to say about my company!
        • Curse that neutral point of view!
        • Magnifying glass: anything bad will look "badder"
      © break.things - CC-BY-SA 2.0 - Flickr
    • 16. Why can't you stay away from Wikipedia?
      • Wikipedia comes up often and first in search results
      • People use Wikipedia as a directory of businesses
      • People trust Wikipedia to say all there is to say
      • What do you mean, you don't have an article on Wikipedia? What kind of company are you?
      © RecycledStarDust's - CC-BY 2.0 - Flickr
    • 17. Can I be in Wikipedia? Please?
      • Back to the pillars:
      • Notability
      • Neutrality
      • Verifiability
      • Many many details to consider...
      • Do not create yourself: COI
    • 18. Questions? Slides also available: http://tinyurl.com/D2Wikipedia [email_address] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help
    • 19. Copyright
      • Copyright of images has been declared at the relative slides.
      • Slide design based on work by Delphine Ménard, Frieda Brioschi, and André Koopal.
    • 20. Questions? [email_address] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help

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