Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources/Japanese Wikipedia Facebook Group
What group or community is this source coming from?
|name of group||Japanese Wikimedians|
|virtual location (page-link) or physical location (city/state/country)||offwiki|
|Location type (e.g. local wiki, Facebook, in-person discussion, telephone conference)|
|# of participants in this discussion (a rough count)||1|
- By asking at a closed Facebook group of Japanese Wikimedians and supporters.
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The first column (after the line number) should be a single sentence. The second column should be a comma-separated list of keywords about that sentence, and so on. Taken together, all the sentences should provide an accurate summary of what was discussed with the specific community.
|Line||Statement (summary sentence)||keywords|
|1||What is required to keep Wikipedia lasting long is accumulating know-how. The effort telling what we are doing, even if it is trivial. Such effort may reduce weight of everybody's heart, or misunderstandings, as nobody can play active roles forever.||know-how accumulation|
|2||Required role is someone who can play an admin role without admin privileges. Without block or protection. Someone who can organize things through conversations. In fact I have to admit demands for block or protection, however, such mind is required. It is prerequisite to make Wikipedia last long and make community mature.||facilitator|
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The group has 148 members; the post is marked as read by 66 members, got four likes, but only 1 comment in 12 days since March 18, 2017.