Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources/Japanese Wikipedia Slack Talk
What group or community is this source coming from?
|name of group||Japanese Wikipedia|
|virtual location (page-link) or physical location (city/state/country)||offwiki|
|Location type (e.g. local wiki, Facebook, in-person discussion, telephone conference)||Slack|
|# of participants in this discussion (a rough count)||5|
- By asking readers what you feel about Wikipedia on a private channel of Slack.
The summary is a group of summary sentences and associated keywords that describe the relevant topic(s). Below is an example.
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||I don't read Wikipedia so often. I understand it is an online encyclopedia. You don't read an encyclopedia everyday, do you?||(not a) community, interest|
|2||Content qualities are poor in some disciplines, such as computer sciences. There are few contributors in that domain.||quality, contributor|
|3||Hopes it feature AMP (from an engineer).||technology|
|4||When I search about voice actor/actress, I see Nico Nico Pedia (similar UGM encyclopedia) rather than Wikipedia. There are not only categorization (of topics) or characteristics, but also "softer" topics like friends circles (of voice actor/actress), than Wikipedia.||nor, content|
|5||In some "thick" articles where nerds are eager to contribute (e.g. anime, tv show, or communism), it got difficult to overview the topic and to use as an encyclopedia article, as detailed episodes got separate into other article(s).||content, encyclopedianess|
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This question and talk was done in a private channel of 18 members. Five among them answered as above.