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Open Content in Kalimantan: Wikipedia and Open Street Map for Transparency Report Term I

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Open Content in Kalimantan: Wikipedia and Open Street Map for Transparency Report Term I

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  2. 2.   2 Preface On September 2013, Kate Chapman Executive Director of Humanitarian Open Street Map came with the news of opportunity of the possibility that our organization working together to create a manual for Indoensian public to map and to to write content in Open Street Map and Indonesian language Wikipedia . This possibility is made possible from the opportunity provided by Making All Voices Count. At the time, both of the organization has been sharing space together, however worked independently. Excited, we wrote a proposal and send it off. On April 2014, still on my maternity leave, we receive the news that we are one of 28 funding recipient out of 500 applications that enter the contest actually receive funding. There’s nothing new about two organization receiving a grant, but it is good to know that we’re also able to compete for a grant, together! So the adventure and hard work begin on September 2014. Please find our mid term report for your perusal. We highlight our accomplishment, failure, and lesson learn to the world. Siska Doviana Head of Board of Executive
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  4. 4.   4 Table of content 2 Preface 4 Table of content 5 Administrative data 7 Introduction & Highlights 8 Summary of Activities 8 Compiled baseline numbers 8 Joint Instructional Toolkit Draft Deployment 8 OSM data available for Wikipedia source data 8 Wikipedia article software tested & ready 9 Volunteer coordinator established 9 Feedback from participants for Training Module 10 Local partners & Gov interested & engage 12 Result 22 Outreach 23 Skills 24 Conclusion 25 Financial report P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id    
  5. 5.   5 Administratif data Organizations responsible Project Name Contract Number Reporting period Perkumpulan Wikimedia Indonesia & Humanitarian Open Street Map Perkumpulan Wikimedia Indonesia (WMID) established on 5 September 2008 and legally recognize as an association by the Ministry of Law and Human Right in 2011. Wikimedia Indonesia is founded to encourage growth, development and dissemination of knowledge in Bahasa Indonesia and other languages spoken in Indonesia for Free. As an association Wikimedia Indonesia have 58 members from throughout Indonesia and eight board member. Since 2010 Wikimedia Indonesia has initiate and completed 15 projects and 21 sub-projects with the duration from 3 to 18 months period. Humanitarian Open Street Map (HOT) started recruiting intern in Indonesia to map in 2011 to help the Indonesian Government in assessing disaster respons. By 2014 they have coached students from 13 Universities in Indonesia and their “Train of Trainers” program have successfuly train people to do data collection, data integration, and validation of data, which becomes a special skill or ability inbecoming OSM experts. P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id     Annual  Meeting  of  Member  Wikimedia  Indonesia  2014     OSM  team  2014  
  6. 6.   6 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id     Administratif data Organizations responsible Project Name Contract Number Reporting period Open Content in Kalimantan – Wikipedia & OpenStreetMap for Transparency Open Content in Kalimantan Project is a joint-project between Wikimedia Indonesia (WMID) and Humanitarian Open Street Map (OSM) in mapping and content production about Kalimantan. The project is focused on making mapping module for OSM and making bot articles in Indonesian Wikipedia and Banjar Wikipedia and training for organisation's partner in Kalimantan. The toolkit is to create and using the internationally recognised toolsets Wikipedia and OpenStreetMap at the micro/local level – in this case, Kalimantan. The project reflects Wikimedia Indonesia’s and the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team’s commitment to the growth of open content in Indonesia and will train local communities and government to produce their own content, document their knowledge and map capacity in their localities. Rather than build a completely new toolset, this project takes existing tools and uses them to create local content. Contract Number HO CIM 18740 Reporting period This reporting period covers September 2014 – March 2015
  7. 7.   7 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id   1 Introduction and highlights This section is an introduction and highlights of the past reporting period for the project. About the project Open Content in Kalimantan project is focused on making mapping module for OSM and making module for creating bot articles in Indonesian Wikipedia and Banjar Wikipedia. It also will do a try out of this module in Kalimantan. The Open Content in Kalimantan is the first in the world on how to combine OpenStreetMap and Wikipedia as a tool to improve transparency. The focus of the activities is to enable local resident and government to built database of public infrastructure location and facilities. This would improve citizens accessibility on public infrastructure information which normally hard to access. The first step to reach the goal is by developing toolkits to address lack of data in Kalimantan. In January 2015, initial contact with local partners have been established, particularly with East Kalimantan public and private universities. The follow up of this meeting is an initial training on how to add local information into OpenStreetMap and Wikipedia platform that was held in Samarinda in mid-February 2015.   Mapping  module  in  Indonesian  language  
  8. 8.   8 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id   2 Summary of activities This section is a summary of the activities that have been implemented during the reporting period. It will relate to agreed indicators (if any) and compare with the original proposal or last annual review 2.1. Indicator: Compiled baseline numbers for Kalimantan before project roll out Result: Baseline numbers compiled. See answer in details under number 3 question (result) 2.2. Indicator: Joint instructional Toolkit draft are ready to be deployed Result: Instructional Toolkit draft for OSM by HOT OSM deployed in February 2015 and tested with 16 students from three different University during the training session in Samarinda, Kalimantan. This draft is also accessible online (in Indonesian) at http://openstreetmap.id/panduan-osm/ Instructional Toolkit draft for Wikipedia by WMID is still under work and not tested in February 2015 during the training session in Samarinda, Kalimantan. Joint instructional kit for WMID and HOTOSM manual 3 is not finalized, it is also missing draft instructional toolkit for Wikipedia manual 1, while draft manual 2 to edit Wikipedia using bot is done. See answer in details under number 3 question (result) 2.3. Indicator: OSM Data is available as an input for Wikipedia source data Result: OSM data to be used as an input for Wikipedia needs to consist of many data points about each potential Wikipedia article. The criteria for OSM data has been established for five OSM entity types: hospital, school, place for worship, university and government office. Two OSM entities, both about universities in Saraminda, meet the threshold for being used to create a Wikipedia article. 2.4. Indicator: Wikimedia article creation software tested and ready to be deployed Result: The Wikimedia article creation software is tested on December 2014. Wikimedia also trained local resource in Samarinda, Kalimantan on how to create article by bot on November 2014. The software and manual is ready to be deployed.
  9. 9.   9 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id   2 Summary of activities This section is a summary of the activities that have been implemented during the reporting period. It will relate to agreed indicators (if any) and compare with the original proposal or last annual review 2.5. Indicator: Initial communication with volunteer coordination established Result: Volunteer coordinator, Arief Rahman is invited and has been flown in to Jakarta from Samarinda, Kalimantan to receive training in mapping and creating bot article on November 2014 for one month in Jakarta. 2.6. Indicator: Four universities approx. 12 students total (three persons/ universities) have access to DRAFT toolkit and give feedback to WMID & HOT OSM (gender and age disaggregated data collected) Result: A Total of 19 students from three universities received training from Wikimedia to contribute to Indonesian language Wikipedia for Kalimantan content and HOT OSM to contribute to Open Street Map. The number of student express interest and have access to DRAFT toolkit by HOT OSM are 16 students. In a three day workshop, they are train on how to contribute to OpenStreetMap and was also given a before and after questionnaire. The questionnaire become an indicator review for the toolkit. Result in detail can be found below under the answer for number 3. The number of student express interest to receive training from Wikimedia are 15 students. Since DRAFT toolkit to contribute to Wikipedia is not finished, the students are taught using power point slide on how to contribute. Result in detail can be found below under the answer for number 3.   Arief  Rahman  volunteer  coordinator   in  Kalimantan  learning  how  to  map    
  10. 10.   10 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id   2 Summary of activities This section is a summary of the activities that have been implemented during the reporting period. It will relate to agreed indicators (if any) and compare with the original proposal or last annual review 2.7. Indicator: Extent to which local partners (and possibly related government agencies) show interest and engage in process (gender and age disaggregated data collection) Result: Wikimedia Indonesia and HOT OSM went extra length to contact other NGO, Universities, and local government partners. In total, three universities commit to participate: STMIK SPB Airlangga, Politeknik Negeri Samarinda, and Universitas Mulawarman. Out of three University, Politeknik Negeri Samarinda officially sign Memorandum of Understanding with Wikimedia Indonesia. HOT OSM met with Ridzki Sigit, Program Manager of Mongabay Indonesia on December 10th, 2014 in Wikimedia Indonesia office. Mongabay Indonesia is based in Bogor and have a wide network of reporters for environmental issues in all over Indonesia Result in detail can be found below under the answer for number 3. Wikimedia Indonesia and HOT OSM visit Provincial Government: The Governor of East Kalimantan office, The East Kalimantan Tourism Office, and Communities of People Supporting Village Growth (Desa Membangun) in Kalimantan.   Meeting  Village  Movement  Community  in  Samarinda,   Kalimantan  
  11. 11.   11 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id   2 Summary of activities This section is a summary of the activities that have been implemented during the reporting period. It will relate to agreed indicators (if any) and compare with the original proposal or last annual review 2.7. Indicator: Extent to which local partners (and possibly related government agencies) show interest and engage in process (gender and age disaggregated data collection) Wikimedia Indonesia use a local resource living in Samarinda, Kalimantan, after being trained in Jakarta, to do guerilla outreach to Kalimantan municipalities offices as a safety net for data collection from the government if all other effort to approach government fails. The outreach took a simple form of writing the a letter and asks their data in digital format. Out of 13 letters sent to government offices, two, from Samarinda City Department of Education Data and Information Section and Penajam Paser Utara Department of Education and Sport. Both send us a total of 573 data of pre school, elementary, middle school and high school of the area that we could integrate in the maps.   Cover  of  partnership  proposal  sends  to  the  East   Kalimantan  Provincial  government  by  Wikimedia   Indonesia  &  Humanitarian  Open  Sreet  Map  
  12. 12.   12 3 Result Describe the result(s) foreseen and unforeseen of each activity. - be as specific as possible - relate to agreed indicators (if any) - compare with the results that were planned in the proposal or annual review - explain major differences 3.1. Indicator of success for August/ September 2014: Compiled baseline numbers for Kalimantan before project roll out1 On August and September 2014, both WMID and HOT OSM run a baseline number investigation for specific Kalimantan content in Indonesian language Wikipedia, English language Wikipedia and in Open Street Map. This report uses numbers obtained on September 2014. Indonesian language and English language Wikipedia data regarding Kalimantan was gathered manually, Arief Rahman , a local Samarinda based volunteer in Wikipedia was asked to gather the data. The result are: Geographic article about Kalimantan (villages, cities, provinces) = 7.895 article Village/ Kelurahan 7.040 Kecamatan 614 Kabupaten 47 Cities 9 Provinces 5 Kalimantan government facilities (offices, public infrastruciure i.e. health facilities) = 82 Universities 37 articles Hospitals 19 articles Airport 26 articles Kalimantan tourism objects = 98 Museum 6 articles Hotel 8 articles Rivers 15 articles Mountains 19 articles Lakes 7 articles National park 9 articles Islands 30 articles Beaches 4 articles Kalimantan endemic plants 26 articles Kalimantan endemic animals 26 articles English language Wikipedia September 2014 Geographic article about Kalimantan (villages, cities, provinces) = 218 Kalimantan endemic plants = 789 Kalimantan endemic animals = 421 Kalimantan public flgures = 134 Misc. = 30                                                                                                                                         1   All data in this report can be publicly access via http://wikimedia.or.id/wiki/Open_Content_in_Kalimantan_Project/ Activities_Documentation (English)  
  13. 13.   13 3 Result Describe the result(s) foreseen and unforeseen of each activity. - be as specific as possible - relate to agreed indicators (if any) - compare with the results that were planned in the proposal or annual review - explain major differences 3.1. Indicator of success for August/ September 2014: Compiled baseline numbers for Kalimantan before project roll out2 Meanwhile HOT OSM ran a script to determine how many data about Kalimantan available in Open Street Map. This baseline number is also one of success indicator at the end of the project to determined how many data has been added after the project completed. The result for September 2014 are as follows: OpenStreetMap Data October 2014 South Kalimantan Nodes: 135.032 Ways: 8.977 Relations: 29 East Kalimantan Nodes: 98.337 Ways: 11.453 Relations: 25 On March 2015, the same script is executed and the result is presented below March 2015 South Kalimantan Nodes : 175.138 Ways : 12.420 Relations : 32 2. East Kalimantan Nodes : 143.514 Ways : 15.091 Relations : 33 Figure 1 South and East Kalimantan OSM Data Addition.                                                                                                                                         2   All data in this report can be publicly access via http://wikimedia.or.id/wiki/Open_Content_in_Kalimantan_Project/ Activities_Documentation (English)  
  14. 14.   14 3 Result Describe the result(s) foreseen and unforeseen of each activity. - be as specific as possible - relate to agreed indicators (if any) - compare with the results that were planned in the proposal or annual review - explain major differences 3.1. Indicator of success for August/ September 2014: Compiled baseline numbers for Kalimantan before project roll out3 A bit explanation on OSM data. Nodes is points on the maps, it can act as a pinpoint of an object on the OpenStreetMap along with their attributes. Ways can be translated as number of road segment(open ways) and building (closed ways). While Relations define a relationship between an object to another (for example to define administrative boundaries between provinces or districts). From the comparison above we can see at least 22-31% increase of OSM data in Kalimantan. The highest increase in East Kalimantan is quite visible from February to March this is supported by the fact that in February the first OSM training was held in Samarinda, East Kalimantan. While HOT OSM script is run monthly, manual calculation for Wikipedia article took too much time and effort by our resource that it will be done once more after the project is completed. 3.2. Indicator of success for December 2014: Initial communication with volunteer coordination established. This indicator relate directly to indicator of success for February 2015: Extent to which local partners (and possibly related government agencies) show interest and engage in process In October 2014, Wikimedia Indonesia contacted Arief Rahman. Arief is a long time volunteer contributor for Indonesian language Wikipedia. Arief also happened to live in Banjar and study in Samarinda. Arief also become the founder of Banjar Language Wikipedia in 2010. We invited Arief to come to Jakarta to receive training for our Kalimantan project. For one month Arief stayed in our office to learn how to create bot article in Wikipedia, how to do mapping with OpenStreetMap, and all the administrative requirement to do project reporting, including project finance reporting.                                                                                                                                         3   All data in this report can be publicly access via http://wikimedia.or.id/wiki/Open_Content_in_Kalimantan_Project/ Activities_Documentation (English)  
  15. 15.   15 3 Result Describe the result(s) foreseen and unforeseen of each activity. - be as specific as possible - relate to agreed indicators (if any) - compare with the results that were planned in the proposal or annual review - explain major differences 3.2. Indicator of success for December 2014: Initial communication with volunteer coordination established. This indicator relate directly to indicator of success for February 2015: Extent to which local partners (and possibly related government agencies) show interest and engage in process In February 2015, Wikimedia Indonesia upgrade Arief’s tool to work, he was given a faster computer with enough memory to create a printed map of OpenStreetMap in Kalimantan using QGIS and a colored printer. In December 2014 a meeting between Siska Doviana, Head of Executive Board for Wikimedia Indonesia and Aday Wijaya, one of Wikimedia Indonesia founder, take place in Jakarta. Mr. Wijaya reside in Samarinda, Kalimantan and have contacts in Tourism Department of East Kalimantan Provincial region. When explained about Open Street Map and the project, including the extent of what we would like to do, Mr. Wijaya criticized our approach, he then explained that in order to have a successful approach to the government the data presented need to be usable in real time for everyday life occasions. He give an example on how Google Earth map linked to English Wikipedia articles, “Just hover the cursor on the maps, and the article link would show, why can’t you do that? “ Mr. Wijaya is confident if the project can do what google earth do, he could open an access to the Governor of East Kalimantan. He believe, if the governor support this project, all doors related to data needed in order to make the project a success, will open.   Explaining  KalMap  portal  to  Antony  Rakhman  from  East  Kalimantan   Tourism  Departement  
  16. 16.   16 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id   3 Result Describe the result(s) foreseen and unforeseen of each activity. - be as specific as possible - relate to agreed indicators (if any) - compare with the results that were planned in the proposal or annual review - explain major differences 3.2. Indicator of success for December 2014: Initial communication with volunteer coordination established. This indicator relate directly to indicator of success for February 2015: Extent to which local partners (and possibly related government agencies) show interest and engage in process Mr. Wijaya also express personal interest in OpenSeaMap, a sister project of OpenStreetMap. Having business in shipping, Mr. Wijaya explain how difficult it is to localize the map for waters in Kalimantan. Some of the area are really dangerous, there are lots of quicksand and crocodiles, yet it is difficult to put all of this information in currently available maps. The unavailability of these informations has cost local fishermen, sailors, and people exploring the waters of Kalimantan. To some experienced sailors, it is only known by experience. He also explain that one of his boat captain is teaching in Politeknik Negeri Samarinda, and it would be great to have HOT OSM staff train him and his student how to contribute in Open Sea Map. In December 2014 Wikimedia Indonesia and HOT OSM went extra length to contact other NGOs, Universities, and local government partners. The communication is not as easy as it previously thought, response from Kalimantan is slow up to none at all, when a lot of our inquiries goes unanswered, we decided to come to Kalimantan in person in January 2015 and paid a visit to our partners. HOT OSM met with Ridzki Sigit, Program Manager of Mongabay Indonesia on December 10th, 2014 in Wikimedia Indonesia office. Mongabay Indonesia is based in Bogor and have a wide network of reporters for environmental issues in all over Indonesia.The organization express its support, however currently didn’t have resources to help since they did not have full-time journalist in Samarinda. Mongabay suggest that WMID/HOTOSM deal directly with their network of volunteers. However until this report is written, it is unclear whether Mongabay already inform their network of reporters about our project or not. We also haven’t received list of reporters contact from them, nor did another follow up to Mongabay in this matter.
  17. 17.   17 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id   3 Result Describe the result(s) foreseen and unforeseen of each activity. - be as specific as possible - relate to agreed indicators (if any) - compare with the results that were planned in the proposal or annual review - explain major differences 3.2. Indicator of success for December 2014: Initial communication with volunteer coordination established. This indicator relate directly to indicator of success for February 2015: Extent to which local partners (and possibly related government agencies) show interest and engage in process In late January 2015 Yantisa Akhadi, Harry Machmud, and Siska Doviana traveled to Samarinda in order to make a personal level connections to our partners. We visit three universities, The first university we visit is STMIK SPB Airlangga, they are so enthusiastic that even when we arrived the school already prepared to be trained. However during one crucial point where training should happened, the electricity went out. The students still happily attended the talk. During the talk one of the teacher brought in a village activists (Desa Membangun) in Kalimantan. He opens dialog by stating that mapping effort by community has been done previously, but what HOT OSM is offering is something that might interest community and government in the village level. He later explain that since the change of government, there are promise that the village will have a significant funding increase for their budget, and this funding is already drafted in the next budget from Central Government.   Trainers  and  speakers  travelled  to  Samarinda  using  small   propeller  plane:  Cessna  Grand  Caravan  by  Susi  Air  
  18. 18.   18 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id   3 Result Describe the result(s) foreseen and unforeseen of each activity. - be as specific as possible - relate to agreed indicators (if any) - compare with the results that were planned in the proposal or annual review - explain major differences 3.2. Indicator of success for December 2014: Initial communication with volunteer coordination established. This indicator relate directly to indicator of success for February 2015: Extent to which local partners (and possibly related government agencies) show interest and engage in process However in order for the village to get the funding promised, the budget need to reflect an actual need based on real time data generated from the map of the village. HOT OSM offer a digital map that can be updated and contributed by community, so the village activist think this is a good idea to be implemented in village level. The discussion went on on what we can do to help and how the village activist could assist in making a training possible. The second visit is to Politeknik Negeri Samarinda (Polnes), in this visit we met by Erlyn Nurba, Vice Director of Students Affairs and soon introduced to Alwathan, Vice Director of Cooperation and Development. In this visit Siska was asked to stay one day longer to signed MoU between Polnes and WMID. Siska also discuss the possibility of conducting an OpenSeaMap training for maritime major students, and this offer is welcomed. The third visit is to University of Mulawarman. We met with Donny Dhonanto, Head of Cartography and GIS laboratory, Faculty of Agriculture. He is also enthusiastic to join the upcoming OSM training and state his future plan on the possibility of using OSM as a tools in village planning. In total, three universities commit to participate in the training session in February: STMIK SPB Airlangga, Politeknik Negeri Samarinda, and Universitas Mulawarman. Out of three University, Politeknik Negeri Samarinda sign Memorandum of Understanding with Wikimedia Indonesia.                     MoU  signing  between  WMID  and  Samarinda   Polytechnic  
  19. 19.   19 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id     3 Result Describe the result(s) foreseen and unforeseen of each activity. - be as specific as possible - relate to agreed indicators (if any) - compare with the results that were planned in the proposal or annual review - explain major differences 3.2. Indicator of success for December 2014: Initial communication with volunteer coordination established. This indicator relate directly to indicator of success for February 2015: Extent to which local partners (and possibly related government agencies) show interest and engage in process Wikimedia Indonesia and HOT OSM then visit The East Kalimantan Tourism Office, we are met by Mr. Antony Rakhman, SE, MM Head of Service Business Tourism, Department of Culture and Tourism East Kalimantan. In this meeting Yantisa walkthrough Mr. Anton to a dummy portal that we have prepared from Jakarta. The portal “open Kalmap” (http://openstreetmap.or.id/kalmap/) is an Indonesian localized version of combining OSM map and data from Indonesian Languange Wikipedia. Yantisa also explain that the portal can also contained other data, not only from Wikipedia, and can be inserted separately. Mr. Anton was impressed and promise to take us to see the the East Kalimantan Governor the next day. He warned though, the governor is currently ill, and has been that way for weeks. He also explain how things work administratively, even as he personally interested to help, officially a lot of government officials in order to help with data need to have an agreed top down letter from the Governor. Unfortunately WMID and HOTOSM delegation after several visit failed to see The Governor due to his health issues. WMID and HOTOSM then try to do a complete proposal to be taken to Kalimantan for second trial. Currently the proposal is still under review.   Meeting  in  Governor  of  East  Kalimantan  office  
  20. 20.   20 3 Result Describe the result(s) foreseen and unforeseen of each activity. - be as specific as possible - relate to agreed indicators (if any) - compare with the results that were planned in the proposal or annual review - explain major differences 3.2. Indicator of success for December 2014: Initial communication with volunteer coordination established. This indicator relate directly to indicator of success for February 2015: Extent to which local partners (and possibly related government agencies) show interest and engage in process As an alternative for our government relation, Wikimedia Indonesia did guerilla letter writing outreach to Kalimantan municipalities offices in order to collect data. The outreach took a simple form of writing a letter and asks for their data in digital format. Out of 13 letters sent to government offices, two governmnet offices replies. The first are Samarinda City Department of Education Data and Information Section, and the second are Penajam Paser Utara Department of Education and Sport. Both of them send us a total of 573 data of pre school, elementary, middle school and highschool of their area, we plan to integrate these data in OSM as a training content for selected University students in Kalimantan in end of May 2015 training. 3.3. Indicator of success for January 2015: Joint instructional toolkit draft are ready to be deployed4 Instructional Toolkit draft for OSM by HOT OSM deployed in February 2015 and tested with 16 students from three different University during the training session in Samarinda, Kalimantan. Instructional Toolkit draft for Wikipedia by WMID is still under work and not tested in February 2015 during the training session in Samarinda, Kalimantan. There are several reasons why this happened: 3.3.1 Human resource: Ivonne Kristiani previously designated to be one of the writer for the training module left Wikimedia Indonesia to pursue her Master Degree in Paris, France. Newly recruit second writer Vanessa Winona has double degree major and as a student already very busy. Previously designated as reviewer, Siska Doviana, end up to be the first writer, while she also spend the time training local contact in Kalimantan, organizing government relation to the project, and reach out to Universities. Between Vanessa and Siska coordination meeting happened frequently but not as often as it should be in order to finish on time.                                                                                                                                         4   This draft is also accessible online (in Indonesian) at http://openstreetmap.id/panduan-osm/
  21. 21.   21 3 Result Describe the result(s) foreseen and unforeseen of each activity. - be as specific as possible - relate to agreed indicators (if any) - compare with the results that were planned in the proposal or annual review - explain major differences 3.3. Indicator of success for January 2015: Joint instructional toolkit draft are ready to be deployed5 3.3.2. Standard: In order to have a joint instructional kit with HOT OSM, the quality of the module need to be in the similar standard. We realize later on that HOT OSM standard is quite high, in order to meet that standard it is not as easy as converting currently available Wikimedia training slides to books. So we look into other published book, or currently available one for basic editting and understanding Wikipedia. We found that English Wikipedia has ”Wikipedia: The Missing Manual” whereheas it has 242 page, and “How Wikipedia Work” have 455 pages. The team need to combine the two and custom tailored it to Indonesian language Wikipedia experience and and it’s local communities. Current status and next estimate milestone: a.The first Wikipedia instructional kit to do manual editing has reached 25 pages and we are working closely with the graphic designer to make sure the graphic is easily understood. Estimate time until finalization to be a draft is end of May 2015. b. The second Wikipedia instructional kit to do automatic article creation using bot (phyton programming) is done, pending final graphic design to published. c.The third instructional kit to do automatic article creation from OSM data still need template work out and discussion between OSM and Wikipedia on standard and limitation and will be finished in June 2015.                                                                                                                                         5   This draft is also accessible online (in Indonesian) at http://openstreetmap.id/panduan-osm/   How  to  do  crowd  sourcing  digital  mapping  –  Guide  book   from  Humanitarian  Open  Street  Map  
  22. 22.   22 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id     4 Outreach Specify the number of direct beneficiaries, participants, visitors of websites, audience, et cetera (outreach). - for both men and women - for rural and non rural Outreach Currently Wikimedia Indonesia and Humanitarian Open Street Map are focusing in the tool (training module), government outreach in order to have data about Kalimantan, and the training itself with local people. Number of direct beneficiaries will reflect the transfer knowledge that happened during and after the training. OSM Training in Samarinda Participants: 16, consist of 10 male and 6 female from three universities, here are the chart based on their respective universities We did not track “Open Kalmap” portal since it was developed mainly for demonstration purposes. Although this portal might be potentially managed by local partners, but it would depend on their commitment and resources to manage the portal. Wikipedia Training in Samarinda: Participant: 16, consist of 12 male and 4 female from three universities, after a month only three students still contributing to Wikipedia with total of 50 articles and pictures about Kalimantan. Wikimedia is in a close communication with the students who still contributes until this report is written.     Participants  based  on  their  respective  university     Suyono  Darul  one  of  Wikipedia  training  participant  writes  about   “Behempas”  traditional  sport  in  in  Kalimantan.  
  23. 23.   23 5 Skills Describe in what ways the skills of the staff were upgraded during the reporting period. Staff & Skill Wikimedia Indonesia recruit two previous Wikipedia volunteer for the project, Vanessa Winona (Jakarta) and Arief Rahman (Samarinda). They received trainings, instructions, and learn to collaborate in projects. Even though interview has not been conducted to them to learn what they think of their contribution before and after the project, it will be interesting to see how they progress in the end of the project. While previously Arief Rahman have been an amateur OpenStreetMap contributor, the training he received by HOT experienced trainer enables him to be one of the most active mappers in East Kalimantan. He has contributed more than 50 thousand nodes and 3 thousand ways6 . The detailed Arief contribution can be seen from the table below. This project also enables him to learn advanced technique in OSM and share his knowledge to his peer in East Kalimantan. Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team task Harry Machmud as the lead trainer for OpenSeaMap and OpenStreetMap in Kalimantan. Even though Harry is not new to training participants for OpenStreetMap, OpenSeaMap as project brought Harry to a different level of training experience. The opportunity to learn OpenSeaMap, and created a training materials for OpenSeaMap, has made Harry see new possibilities in mapping. While OpenSeaMap shares the same tools with OpenStreetMap, the collaboration between Harry and experienced sailors benefits both parties. Harry also able to share his newly acquired knowledge through training module specifically developed for OpenSeaMap. Harry also enjoy writing a report for his result, in his 26 pages report where he elaborates with graphic and pictures, Harry describes how the training went. The report includes the background education of participants, evaluation on content, evaluation on the trainer, the pre & post training question and answers, and other administrative details. After two time training with OpenSeaMap participant Harry even boasted, “Maybe we should do an OpenSeaMap training in Jakarta.” Yes Harry, we agree.                                                                                                                                         6  http://hdyc.neis-one.org/?Ezagren    
  24. 24.   24 6 Conclusion Describe conclusion and lesson learn. Conclusion 1. Beneficiaries, the people living in Kalimantan, based on a short interview wanted a tangible result out of the project. They prefer something practical that they can use in daily life, this is where we learn and create “Open Kalmap” portal. 2. The ‘Open Kalmap’ portal is currently a demonstration version of combining Indonesian language Wikipedia article and OSM data. This demonstration version was received well, however it is not scalable. Showing maps with Wikipedia links is not strictly within planned deliverables of the project, however it is a natural expectation of people that we talk with. NGO’s and government organisations expect that detailed data given to us for Wikipedia article creation will be available on a publicly accessible map. This capability English Wikipedia using the WIWOSM project, however Indonesian Wikipedia is not one of the 19 languages supported, and the tool is no longer maintained. So we’re investigating other alternative solutions to deliver a more scalable dynamic demonstration version of mapping Indonesian Wikipedia articles. 3. Similarly, the provincial government in Kalimantan also want a “ready-to-wear” product. We find out that they are not interested on “how to manuals”, they want an instant answers to their inquiries. Although this is not impossible, this is also not easy. Currently the local government website for infrastructure are showing the length of the road7 , yes it is transparent, but not very useable, 4. The project is trying to do too much in too little time and using a time-limited resources. In retrospect, approach to the government, other NGOs, and Universities can not be done in a year. It can be done in multiple years, where we allocate resources with priority rather than trying to do multiple things at once.                                                                                                                                         7  http://www.kaltimprov.go.id/infrastruktur-49-jalan--jembatan.html     OpenSeaMap  training  in  Polnes  Samarinda  
  25. 25.   25 P E R K U M P U L A N W I K I M E D I A I N D O N E S I A Centerflix Boutique Office • Jl. Danau Toba No. 104 Bendungan Hilir • Jakarta 10210 • Indonesia E-mail: info@wikimedia.or.id • www.wikimedia.or.id   7 Financial report Project financial report
  26. 26. NUMBER OF PROJECT : PERIOD COVER BY THIS REPORT : PERIOD OF CONTRACT : FROM : 01/09/2014 AMOUNT OF CONTRIBUTION : TO : 31/03/2015 NO CODE BUDGET CATEGORY IDR GBP* IDR GBP* IDR GBP* IDR GBP* IDR GBP* 1 A Development  Instructional  Kit A1  Instructional  Kit  OpenStreetMap   16,864,115 887.59                               16,864,115               887.59                                   16,864,115               887.59                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                           A2  Instructional  Kit  Wikipedia   16,864,115 887.59                               16,864,115               887.59                                   16,864,115               887.59                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                           Subtotal  1 33,728,230 1,775.17                       33,728,230               1,775.17                             33,728,230               1,775.17                   -­‐                                           -­‐                                           2 B Development  of  Software B1  Development  of  Software  for   OpenStreetMap   13,701,565 721.14                               13,701,565               721.14                                   13,701,565               721.14                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                           B2  Development  of  Software  for  Wikipedia   13,701,565 721.14                               13,701,565               721.14                                   13,701,565               721.14                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                           Subtotal  2 27,403,130 1,442.27                       27,403,130               1,442.27                             27,403,130               1,442.27                   -­‐                                           -­‐                                           3 C Kick-­‐off  Meeting  with  Local  Partner C1  Kick-­‐off  Meeting  with  Local  Partner   OpenStreetMap   7,312,055 384.85                               9,504,400                   500.23                                   9,504,400                   500.23                         (2,192,345)                 (115.39)                             C2  Kick-­‐off  Meeting  with  Local  Partner   Wikipedia   7,312,055 384.85                               6,671,840                   351.15                                   6,671,840                   351.15                         640,215                           33.70                                   Subtotal  3 14,624,110 769.69                               16,176,240               851.38                                   16,176,240               851.38                         (1,552,130)                 (81.69)                                 4 D Initial  Workshop  with  Local  Partner D1  Initial  Workshop  with  Local  Partner   OpenStreetMap   12,421,060 653.74                               5,110,896                   268.99                                   5,110,896                   268.99                         7,310,164                   384.75                               D2  Initial  Workshop  with  Local  Partner   Wikipedia   12,421,060 653.74                               6,543,496                   344.39                                   6,543,496                   344.39                         5,877,564                   309.35                               Subtotal  4 24,842,120 1,307.48                       11,654,392               613.39                                   11,654,392               613.39                         13,187,728               694.09                               5 E Follow-­‐up  OpenStreetMap  Workshop   E  Follow-­‐up  OpenStreetMap  Workshop     20,162,420 1,061.18                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       20,162,420               1,061.18                         Subtotal  5 20,162,420 1,061.18                       -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       20,162,420               1,061.18                       6 F Follow-­‐up  Wikimedia  Content F1  Workshop  in  Kalimantan  about  how  to  edit   manually   11,000,000 578.95                               11,850,000               623.68                                   11,850,000               623.68                         (850,000)                       (44.74)                                 F2  Workshop  in  Kalimantan  about  how  to  edit   using  bot   11,000,000 578.95                               -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       11,000,000               578.95                               F3  Workshop  in  Jakarta  about  how  to  add  OSM   data  to  Wikipedia   35,335,920 1,859.79                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       35,335,920               1,859.79                         Subtotal  6 57,335,920 3,017.68                       11,850,000               623.68                                   11,850,000               623.68                         45,485,920               2,394.00                       7 G Media  and  Communication G1  Social  Media  and  Public  Engagement  Officer   22,500,000 1,184.21                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       22,500,000               1,184.21                         G2  Social  Media  Coverage  and  Public   Engagement     9,000,000 473.68                               -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       9,000,000                   473.68                               G3  Media  Launching   15,000,000 789.47                               -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       15,000,000               789.47                               G4  Closing  project  press  conference   15,000,000 789.47                               -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       15,000,000               789.47                               BALANCECURRENT TOTAL EXPENDITURES 31/08/2014  -­‐  01/10/2015 HO  CIM  1008740 FINANCIAL  REPORT   OPEN  CONTENT  IN  KALIMANTAN  :  WIKIPEDIA  AND  OPENSTREETMAP  FOR  TRANSPARENCY PREVIOUS GBP  31,210.16 BUDGET
  27. 27. G5  Government  engagement  (data   collection/partnership:  communication,   transportation,  meeting  room)   18,948,510 997.29                               1,415,300                   74.49                                         1,415,300                   74.49                               17,533,210               922.80                               G6  Partnership  (transfer  knowledge:   communication,  transportation,  meeting   room)   24,000,000 1,263.16                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       24,000,000               1,263.16                         Subtotal  7 104,448,510 5,497.29                       1,415,300                   74.49                                       1,415,300                   74.49                               103,033,210           5,422.80                       8 H Support  for  Community  Mobilizers H1  Transportation   22,871,160 1,203.75                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       22,871,160               1,203.75                         H2  Internet   22,871,160 1,203.75                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       22,871,160               1,203.75                         Subtotal  8 45,742,320 2,407.49                       -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       45,742,320               2,407.49                       9 I Auditing I  External  Audit  Fee   21,079,360 1,109.44                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       21,079,360               1,109.44                         Subtotal  9 21,079,360 1,109.44                       -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       21,079,360               1,109.44                       10 J Monitoring  and  Evaluation J  Independent  monitoring  and  evaluation  cost     47,428,560 2,496.24                         -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       47,428,560               2,496.24                         Subtotal  10 47,428,560 2,496.24                       -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       47,428,560               2,496.24                       11 K Final  and  Midterm  Reporting K1  Final  and  Midterm  Reporting   OpenStreetMap   42,428,655 2,233.09                         21,214,328               1,116.54                             21,214,328               1,116.54                   21,214,328               1,116.54                         K2  Final  and  Midterm  Reporting  Wikimedia   42,428,655 2,233.09                         21,214,328               1,116.54                             21,214,328               1,116.54                   21,214,328               1,116.54                         K3  Report  Design   10,000,000 526.32                               -­‐                                           -­‐                                                 -­‐                                           -­‐                                       10,000,000               526.32                               Subtotal  11 94,857,310 4,992.49                       42,428,655               2,233.09                             42,428,655               2,233.09                   52,428,655               2,759.40                       12 L Administrative  Fee L1  Administrative  Fee  Wikimedia   26,954,244 1,418.64                         1,966,100                   103.48                                   1,966,100                   103.48                         24,988,144               1,315.17                         L2  Administrative  Fee  HOTOSM   26,954,255 1,418.65                         26,954,255               1,418.65                             26,954,255               1,418.65                   -­‐                                           -­‐                                           Subtotal  12 53,908,499 2,837.29                       28,920,355               1,522.12                             28,920,355               1,522.12                   24,988,144               1,315.17                       TOTAL 545,560,489 31,210.16                   173,576,302           9,135.59                             173,576,302           9,135.59                   371,984,187           22,074.57                   Remark  :   *  1  GBP  =  IDR  19,000 PREPARED  BY: SIGNATURE : SIGNATURE : FINANCE  &  ACCOUNTING  OFFICER  -­‐  HOT TEAM  MANAGER  -­‐  HOT NAME : R.L.KARTIKA  SARI NAME : YANTISA  AKHADI DATE : March  31,  2015 DATE : March  31,  2015 APPROVED  BY: SIGNATURE : HEAD  OF  BOARD  OF  EXECUTIVE  -­‐  PERKUMPULAN  WIKIMEDIA  INDONESIA   NAME : SISKA  DOVIANA DATE : March  31,  2015 REVIEWED  BY  :

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