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See also proposal:strategic meetings.
Meetings that discussed strategic planning.
August 18 : Cambridge, MA, USA
A discussing on the future of Wikipedia, with a nod to Wikimedia planning
- ragesoss (talk)
- AaronSw (talk)
- Emufarmers (talk)
- Benjamin Mako Hill (talk)
- sj (talk)
- Jonathan Z
- Tim Hwang
- Alison Lee
- Brett Stilwell
- Amar Ashar
- Ted Rybeck
- what is wikipedia's future? what are major risks facing us?
- how can we better recognize strengths and weaknesses?
- where might we change the scope of the collective projects? [who else is furthering the same goals?]
- how do they get belgium into belgian chocolate ice cream?
Contribution - deletion impulse participation socialization notability , quality: who needs reads what Structured cities - policy creation City planning direct democracy organizers [x500?] Open frontiers - free creation independence from oppressive norms How do we preserve these Scope changes - Wiktionary impulse Distribution v. Centralization - sharing namespaces / simple synch MediaWiki - sharing code priorities Support for similar projects - Law: Bias (death panels) Debates (point-by-point) debate prcon.org, disputefinder Barnstar scoring -> award them by bot svgs. Ways to thrive. Systemic bias. Inspiration. "Lack of features" is a feature. Retention: visibility/graying Talk page promotion Motive: boredom, fame, credit, skill > analyze "Report a problem/ask a question" button; how many open issues for this article? Random issue! "Benjamin's Law of Collab Discussion" E (ex of 4chan) approaches 1