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At the Hill&Knowlton Demystifying Digital event in Amsterdam on April 14 2011, Lodewijk Gelauff from Wikimedia describes the world and the rule of wikipedia to a communicationa and PR directors …

At the Hill&Knowlton Demystifying Digital event in Amsterdam on April 14 2011, Lodewijk Gelauff from Wikimedia describes the world and the rule of wikipedia to a communicationa and PR directors audience

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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