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Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
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Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
Wikipedia Brasil BDB presentation_01.24.2011
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Wikipedia after 10 years and how the Future of Collaboration changes the enterprise. Knowledge wants to flow as freely as possible and companies need to adjust to these changes to stay ahead. …

Wikipedia after 10 years and how the Future of Collaboration changes the enterprise. Knowledge wants to flow as freely as possible and companies need to adjust to these changes to stay ahead. Presented to Banco do Brasil in Portuguese.

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  • "Young Professionals International Forum" of the World Affairs Council. The people that helped me work on this are Phil Walker and Katherin Jansen` Greetings and thanks Pleasure and honor to be visiting Tokyo this week, especially to talk about something I care a great deal about. This is perhaps only the second time that a representative from the Foundation has been able to attend, and it’s a great opportunity to share our work and to hear what Wikimedians and enthusiasts of our projects are doing in Japan. A great opportunity to start a dialog and for the Foundation to gain some perspective.
  • Google Yahoo Microsoft Facebook … Wikimedia
  • Wikipedia started with Jimmy Wales. He made this declaration at some point in his life – wanting to carry out the idea of bringing all knowledge to all people in all relevant languages. Jimmy was thinking about Wikipedia before the technology even existed. He was thinking about his idea in his time as a day-trader in Chicago. He was an early internet adopter – active on mailing lists, and drifted towards the very early ideas of the internet. He pondered whether these early technologies could lead to something like an on-line encyclopedia.
  • Google Yahoo Microsoft Facebook … Wikimedia
  • When I was at the job I had previous to the WMF, I used the presentations and documentation given by WMF to scale the web architecture there. The information was great, and it was one of the most open architectures I've ever gotten to read about. It made things really easy to follow, especially since even many configuration files were shared. I'm glad to be able to now share this information with others as well
  • When I was at the job I had previous to the WMF, I used the presentations and documentation given by WMF to scale the web architecture there. The information was great, and it was one of the most open architectures I've ever gotten to read about. It made things really easy to follow, especially since even many configuration files were shared. I'm glad to be able to now share this information with others as well
  • Google Yahoo Microsoft Facebook … Wikimedia
  • Google Yahoo Microsoft Facebook … Wikimedia
  • Google Yahoo Microsoft Facebook … Wikimedia
  • If it were a country it would be the 4th largest country in the world - somewhere between Indonesia and the U.S.
  • This is how many languages Wikipedia is in today.
  • And zero marketing dollars No advertising While keeping it completely free for users
  • And zero marketing dollars No advertising While keeping it completely free for users
  • And we do all of this with just 62 employees
  • Over 100,000 volunteer editors, from all over the world and all walks of life. Wikipedia editors aren’t paid – they’re passionate about sharing what they know. They are anthropologists, geologists, sports columnists, chefs, musicians, theorists, political scientists, actuarial scientists, Michael Landon superfans, poets, laureates, etymologists, masons, anesthesiologists, bartenders, cigar aficionados, farmers, stock brokers, potters, Wu Tang Clan biographers, coders, astronauts.
  • Wikipedia traffic in relation to other news / information resources - public or private.
  • Theory of Change: to increase our reach, we are focused on increasing participation & quality Leads in to strategic plan
  • Google Yahoo Microsoft Facebook … Wikimedia
  • 6/23/10 Theory of Change: to increase our reach, we are focused on increasing participation & quality Leads in to strategic plan
  • 6/23/10 Theory of Change: to increase our reach, we are focused on increasing participation & quality Leads in to strategic plan
  • 6/23/10 over 371,000,000 visitors a month. If it were a country it would be the 4th largest country in the world - somewhere between Indonesia and the U.S.
  • Google Yahoo Microsoft Facebook … Wikimedia
  • All Wikimedia projects run on a MediaWiki platform Designed primarily for Wikimedia sites Very scalable, very good localization Open Source PHP software (GPL) All WMF sites run MediaWiki as their application Sites operate differently because of the extensions installed. MediaWiki is very extendable! It is also very scalable and localizable. Runs the 5 th largest web site Over 300 languages supported The MediaWiki software is open source, and maintained by us; we have roughly 300 contributors
  • All Wikimedia projects run on a MediaWiki platform Designed primarily for Wikimedia sites Very scalable, very good localization Open Source PHP software (GPL) All WMF sites run MediaWiki as their application Sites operate differently because of the extensions installed. MediaWiki is very extendable! It is also very scalable and localizable. Runs the 5 th largest web site Over 300 languages supported The MediaWiki software is open source, and maintained by us; we have roughly 300 contributors
  • * Go to MediaWiki webpage * Talk about Disocyclopedia
  • Where do you fall on the spectrum
  • Open / Closed Wiki
  • Transcript

    1. 10 anos de Wikipedia e o Futuro da Colaboração Banco do Brasil 24 de Janeiro 2010 KUL TAKANAO WADHWA Managing Director Wikimedia Foundation
    2. Em Janeiro de 2006, Gareth Owen, volunt á rio da Wikipedia escreveu em sua p á gina de usu á rio: "O problema da Wikipedia é que esta somente funciona na pr á tica. Em teoria, é um desastre total."
    3. <ul><li>Intro to the Wikimedia Foundation
    4. Wikipedia over the last ten years
    5. The future of collaboration </li></ul>
    6. VISÃO ` Um mundo em que cada ser humano tenha livre acesso à soma de todo conhecimento. CCBYSA3.0 by Nicolas Goldberg
    7. The Wikimedia Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization funded by community donations
    8. Wikimania Wikibooks Meta-wiki Wikiquote Wikispecies Media-wiki Wikimedia Incubator Wikiversity Wiktionary Wikinews Wikisource Wikimedia Commons Wikipedia
    9.  
    10. <ul><li>Intro to the Wikimedia Foundation
    11. Wikipedia over the last ten years
    12. The future of collaboration </li></ul>
    13. A Wikipedia representa coisas diferentes para diferentes tipos de pessoas <ul><ul><li>Confian ç a
    14. Conhecimento
    15. Inova çã o
    16. POV Neutro </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Communidade
    17. Poder individual
    18. Puro/Simples
    19. Aberto/Acess í vel </li></ul></ul>
    20. X
    21. 5 RANKING global da WIKIPEDIA entre as top websites
    22. 408.000.000 NÚMERO de pessoas que usam WIKIPEDIA todos os meses
    23. 273 NÚMERO de versões linguísticas na WIKIPEDIA
    24.  
    25. 0 NÚMERO de dólares gastos em publicidade e promoção
    26. CUSTO para usar a WIKIPEDIA 0
    27. NÚMERO de funcion á rios 64
    28. NÚMERO de editores ativos da WIKIPEDIA 100.000
    29. A imagem da Wikipedia mudou dramaticamente nos ú ltimos 10 anos Source: Pew Internet research paper, January 2011; BrandChannel/Interbrand Survey, 2006; 53% do adultos americanos s ã o usu á rios da internet na busca de informa ções 4 a mais valiosa marca do mundo Confian ç a Marca Cultura
    30. Audiência da Wikipedia comparada com outros sites Medido usando visitantes únicos . Dados da comScore MediaMetrix. (Global Unique Visitors, em milh õ es de usu á rios) 2007 2008 2009 2010
    31. 2007 é marcada por um pico na edi ç ã o da Wikipedia em Portugu ê s, seguida por um crescimento anual constante Source: http://stats.wikimedia.org/ l
    32. Reach Ecossistema do conhecimento
    33. As Pessoas: Além de editar, volunt á rios doam seu tempo de outras formas <ul><li>Fazendo a divulgação pública nas m í dias </li></ul><ul><li>Desenvolvendo software e administrando sistemas </li></ul><ul><li>Tirando fotos, fazendo mapas e criando vídeo e á udio </li></ul><ul><li>Organizando encontros </li></ul><ul><li>Construindo parcerias com instituições culturais </li></ul><ul><li>Buscando financiamento e doações </li></ul>
    34. Instituições Culturais (“GLAMs”) Parcerias para documentar o patrim ô nio cultural do mundo (fotos, artigos, etc.) Trabalhando com Instituições Instituições educacionais Trabalhando com Universidades na utiliza çã o de artigos da Wikipedia nos cursos (projeto emblemático: $1,2M iniciativa política pública)
    35. <ul><li>Intro to the Wikimedia Foundation
    36. Wikipedia over the last ten years
    37. The future of collaboration </li></ul>
    38. Power Shift Timeline
    39. <ul><li>Tecnologia </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Infra-estrutura
    40. Ferramentas
    41. Open Source </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Movimento Cultural </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Cultura Livre (Linux, Apache, etc.)
    42. Conhecimento Livre </li></ul></ul><ul><li>License Structure </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Gnu Free Documentation Licenses (GFDL)
    43. Creative Commons (CC-BY-SA) </li></ul></ul><ul>Fatores que contribuem para o Power Shift </ul>
    44. <ul>Acontecimentos que vieram do Nada: Power Shift de Provedores para Usu á rios </ul><ul><li>Resultado do Power Shift: Impulsionado pelo crescimento da comunidade </li></ul><ul><li>Modelo de Gestão: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Fornecer teto aos servidores </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Definir regras básicas
    45. Deixar o caminho aberto </li></ul></ul>
    46. <ul>Aberto…Transparente </ul><ul>QUALQUER PESSOA pode entrar no site e melhor á -lo </ul>
    47. What is a Wiki?
    48. <ul>The Wiki Software </ul>
    49. <ul>A look through MediaWiki </ul>
    50. <ul>Diplopedia: an example of how MediaWiki can be used </ul><ul><li>Shift from “need to know” culture to “need to share” culture
    51. Simplified recording information
    52. Created greater ability to access and find information </li></ul>“ This is a technological manifestation of a policy difference.” Deputy Director of eDiplomacy
    53. <ul>Openness Spectrum </ul>Total closed access Total open access
    54. The WikiMedia/Open Research Trust Partnership
    55. The Partnership Brings An Agile Research Framework Goal: To surface existing expertise and create new expertise as a community resource Adapted from the Agile Development/Lean Startup world, our research methodology is characterized by: <ul><li>Speed
    56. Transparency
    57. Focus on researching emergent behavior enabled by technology
    58. Pushing results and insights out to practitioners as soon as possible </li></ul>
    59. <ul>The next 10 years : what should collaboration with your different consistencies look like? </ul>Open access Open access Open access Open access Core company Customers Field experts Other organizations Employees
    60. <ul>Kul Takanao Wadhwa The Wikimedia Foundation [email_address] Twitter: @thekulway </ul><ul>Muito Obrigado! </ul>

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