Timeline for Whose KnowledgeEdit
|Establishing connections with partners.||30 January 2018|
|Creating communication and graphic elementos (logo, landing page, etc.).||30 January 2018|
|Creating the 2019 campaign: Meta page update, Commons category and Campaign page.||15 February 2019|
|Updating resources kit.||25 February 2019|
|Featuring the campaign on WhoseKowledge? blog and newsletter.||25 February 2019|
|Creating a social media countdown for campaign launch.||1 March 2019|
|Coordinate with partners to support the launch.||1 March 2019|
|Translations: adding Portuguese to the resources kit.||8 March 2019|
|Campaign launch.||8 March 2019|
|Creating a cheatsheet to support edit-a-thon organizers.||15 March 2019|
|Creating a model to help edit-a-thon organizers make Wikidata query.||20 March 2019|
|New resource on image donation from GLAM institutions: first draft to review with partners.||8 April 2019|
|Blogpost, podcast and newsletter on Visibility.||22 April 2019|
|Launch #WomenofColors mini-campaign.||22 April 2019|
|Presenting #VisibleWikiwomen in panel Women and the Commons: visibility strategies, in the Creative Commons Summit 2019.||9 May 2019|
|Closing 2019 campaign with a blogpost.||15 May 2019|
|Publishing: "Guide for Cultural Institutions to make women more visible on Wikipedia".||30 May 2019|
Please prepare a brief project update each month, in a format of your choice, to share progress and learnings with the community along the way. Submit the link below as you complete each update.
- Created a list of 50 potencial partners.
- Sent invitations to potencial partners.
- Scheduled first meetings with partners that decided to join the campaign.
- Created new campaign logo.
- Created landing page for the campaign on WhoseKnowledge? website as well.
- Updated Meta page of the campaign.
- Created the VisibleWikiWomen_2019 category on Commons.
- Updated Upload Wizard and Campaign Page.
- Created a mailing list to communicate with partners.
- Coordinated the launch with partners.
- Published a pre-launch blogpost.
- Created a social media countdown.
- Updated the content of the resources kit in English and Spanish.
- Translated the resources kit to Portuguese.
- Sent the Whose Knowledge? Newsletter Issue #2 introducing VisibileWikiWomen.
- Updated the design of the resources kit.
- Published resources kit 2019 in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
- Launched #VisibleWikiWomen campaign on March 8, 2019.
- In-memoriam honoring of Marielle Franco on March on March 14, 2019.
- Created a cheatsheet for edit-a-thons organizers in English.
- Created a model of basic query to identify women articles without images, to be adapted and used by partners.
- Partners follow up and support.
- Maratona Artes+Feminismos na Lusofonia 2019
- Women's History Month
- Women of the Wiki Edit-a-thon
- #VisibleWikiWomen Bangalore Editathon
- Editatona de Mujeres Latinoamericanas en Buenos Aires Arte y Feminismo 2019
- Editatona de Mujeres Latinoamericanas en Córdoba Arte y Feminismo 2019
- Editatona Mujeres de Trayectoria y Compromiso
- Editatona Feminismos en Uruguay
- Uploaded 3000 Women’s Photos in the first 50 Days.
- Coordinated a butch upload with the Smithsonian American Women's History Initiative.
- Drafted a new resource on image donation from GLAM institutions to get feedback from key partners (work in progress).
- Designed new #VisibleWikiWomen stickers and postcards.
- Published a guest blog post by The Black Lunch Table: "Portraits of women artists".
- Edited the Whose Knowledge? Podcast Series Episode 3: “On the question of representation and consent: reflections from Bangalore after a Wikipedia edit-a-thon”.
- Sent the WhoseKnowledge? Newsletter Issue #3 on: "Visibility": Are all women equally (in)visible?.
- Launched the #WomenofColors mini-campaign.
- Presented #VisibleWikiWomen at the CC Global Summit session: Women and the Commons: Visibility Strategies (May 9, Lisbon).
- Printed the new #VisibleWikiWomen postcards edition.
- Published a blog post about the story of Petronila Infantes, her biography and photo on Wikipedia.
- Camapign close. Metrics to May 8:
- 3700 images uploaded.
- 1787 total image usages.
- 861 (23.27%) distinct images used.
- 71 different Wikipedia languages. Most of the uses were in Wikidata (645) and English Wikipedia (439).
- Midpoint report.
- Learning pattern: Have a photographer present at edit-a-thons to photograph notable women with consent.
- Online interview with Alissandra Cummins (Director of the Barbados Museum & Historical Society and UNESCO chairperson), with the aim to write and introduction for the VWW GLAM guide, and to draft a blog post on partnerships with cultural and memory institutions from the Global South.
- Blogpost: “I will only stop when my eyes close” – Why we must keep WHRDs’ stories alive, honouring women human rights defender, in collaboration with our partner AWID.
- Submitted a proposal to participate on the Gender and Diversity Panel of Conferencia de Derechos Humanos en Entornos Digitales, organized by Wikimedia Argentina.
- Presented #VisibleWikiWomen at the Conferencia de Derechos Humanos en Entornos Digitales. September 12-14, 2019, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Slides.
- Contact with Wikimedia Colombia and Wikimedia Mexico to work with indigenous women for the next VWW edition.
- Contact with indigenous leader from Uruguay (CONACHA).
- Contact with indigenous organizations from Honduras and Guatemala.
- Learning pattern: Simple ways to join the VWW as a campaign organizer in your own local context.
- Final report.