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Keeping Wikimedia Chapter abreast with Local Free Culture counterparts: Keynote
 

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Promoting free culture in their own jurisdictions is a designated mission of Wikimedia chapters, which is almost impossible to achieve without collaborating with the local Free Culture groups. Some ...

Promoting free culture in their own jurisdictions is a designated mission of Wikimedia chapters, which is almost impossible to achieve without collaborating with the local Free Culture groups. Some places, for example Hong Kong, Germany Australia and Israel, are lucky to have some rather developed communities for the Free culture Movement. But in the past, Wikimedians may be strangers to local free culture counterparts, as the situation in Hong Kong.

So we would like to share the experience we have on turning stranger to our supports and sponsors in free-culture circles, and also explore more possible models and methods to keep up the momentum of such collaboration.

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    • Keeping Wikimedia Chapter abreast with Local Free Culture counterparts Liam Wyatt, Australia Dror Kamir, Israel Sebastian Moleski, Germany Mathias Schindler , Germany Jeromy-Yu Chan, Hong Kong Proceedings:111 of Wikimania 2009
    • What we going to share
      • The project we are working on
      • And more important
      • How we get these support
      • Especially from Free Counterparts
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • The Hong Kong Experience Jeromy-Yu Chan, ARAD President, Wikimedia Hong Kong Communications Committee, Wikimedia Foundation
    • Things here Started in 2005 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 CC-by-sa work by Andrew Lih
    • And suddenly
      • A Regional Conference in 2006
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 CC-by-nc-sa work by Jeromy-Yu Chan CC-BY-SA work by Terence Yuen
    • Actually
      • We managed to have it for around 10 people actually “functioning”
      • And these are only stuff we can produced :p
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 CC-BY-SA work by User:Sl
    • And left everyone
      • Fatigue
      • Even Angry
      • And even an article on Uncyclopedia appeared :P
      • But in Chinese,
      • Sorry
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • Things have to go on
      • And we made a chapter in 2007
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 Cc-by-sa-nc work by Charles Mok
    • BEGAN TO HANG OUT WITH THE LOCAL FREE CULTURE COMMUNITY
      • & some of us
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 In the events Like……
    • BarCamp 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 CC-by-nc-sa work by Robert Lowe
    • Punch Party 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 CC-By –nd work by Jack Szeto
    • Some others
      • Openeverything
      • Wordcamp
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 WordCamp 2009 CC-by Work by David Wong
    • WHAT ABOUT OURSELVES?
      • So
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • WE SHOULD HAVE AN ANNIVERSARY EVENT! 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • 1 st Anniversary Event
      • Decided in June 2008
      • The designated date: July 2008
      • Within few days we gather helped from
        • ISOC-HK
        • Legislator of the IT Sector
        • We got almost instant nod from speakers, like Rebecca Mackinnon
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • 1 st Anniversary Event 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 CC-by-sa-nc work by Sam Hau
    • REFLECTIONS 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • WERE ALREADY AROUND IN 2007 EVEN 2006
      • Hey Those helped us in 2007
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • Rebecca Mackinnon 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 2008 CC-BY-SA-NC work by Sam Hau 2007 CC-BY-SA-NC work by Charles Mok
    • C. K. Sin 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 2006 CC-BY-SA work by Terence Yuen 2007 CC-BY-SA-NC work by Charles Mok 2008 CC-BY-SA-NC work by Sam Hau
    • Charles Mok 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 2008 CC-BY-SA-NC work by Sam Hau 2007 CC-BY-SA-NC work by Charles Mok 2006 CC-BY-SA-NC work by Charles Mok
    • Chitat Chan 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 2008 CC-BY-SA-NC work by Sam Hau 2006 Copyrighted work by Chitat Chan
    • SO WHY WE DON’T FIND THEM IN 2006!!!
      • Scream!
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • Problem in 2006 & 07
      • The Mindset!
        • A problem comes
        • Seek solution within the group
        • But we are only STUDENTS
          • at least most the active ones
          • Or not with much social experience
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • We found the person
      • But did not ask for more
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • Lesson from Taiwan 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1160/937303350_1f7bebc64c_o.jpg CC-BY work by KJ Hsu
    • My Experience
      • Open up the stuff
      • To Free culture counterparts
      • But that is not enough
      • People may dunno who you are
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • Building up ones identity
      • Interaction
        • Emails
        • SNS
        • Instant Messengers
        • Blogging / Micro-blogging
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • Helping others
      • Is helping yourself
      • We helped CCHK, they helped us back
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009 CC-BY work by Creative Commons Hong Kong
    • Lesson from Wikinomics
      • mass collaboration VS individual labour
        • within the wiki-community VS with Free culture counterparts
      • Openness
      • Peering
      • Sharing
      • acting globally (just like now LOL)
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • TIME FOR SOME OTHER EXAMPLES 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • LIAM WYATT
      • Australia
      • GLAM institutions
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • DROR KAMIR
      • Israel
      • ISOC-IL
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • SEBASTIAN MOLESKI
      • Germany
      • Creative Commons Deutschland
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • MATHIAS SCHINDLER
      • Germany
      • Bundesarchiv
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • QUESTION TIME 26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009
    • Reference
      • Relevant Event pages on Wikipedia, Meta-wiki, and Wikimedia Hong Kong
      • D. Tapscott & A. D. Williams, Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything , Portfolio, 2006
      26-Aug-2009 Proceeding 111 of Wikimania 2009