Content Partnerships Hub report
Tools; Helpdesk; IGO/INGO
The Content Partnerships Hub hosted a group discussion on August 13 at Wikimania 2022, for anyone who builds and uses content partnerships tools (Wikimedia tool developers, Wikimedia affiliates and end users) to talk about better support for such software in the upcoming years.
More than 30 people participated in the session. Brainstorming was done collaboratively: participants answered various questions in a shared Etherpad document, now saved to the wiki. The session was recorded and (for now) available on YouTube; a blog post has also been published at Diff.
The Helpdesk of the Content Partnerships Hub has just been officially launched, and a session was dedicated to the Helpdesk during Wikimania. The Helpdesk will “provide hands-on support to affiliates and volunteers who are trying to form content partnerships, especially for local communities in the underserved and underrepresented parts of the world.” The work of the Helpdesk will be guided by an Expert Committee, composed of experienced Wikimedians working with content partnerships from across the globe.
If you want support from the Helpdesk – with anything from batch uploads to advocacy support – send an email to helpdeskwikimedia.se and the process will start from there.
Graph from IEA on how to reduce reliance on Russian energy.
Wikimedia Sverige works with and supports the International Energy Agency (IEA) with writing articles related to energy, energy security and sustainable energy. This work follows an upload of graphics from the IEA.
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