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Session documentation edit

Ilona Buchem // Promoting gender diversity through open innovation edit

Netha Hussain // Diversifying India through outreach among women edit

Andrés Maggese // Preservation of indigenous languages through Wikipedia edit

John Andersson // Thematic edit-a-thons as a way to reach new groups edit

Nemin Wang // Editor diversity on Chinese Wikipedia edit

Gregory Varnum // LGBT Outreach edit

Dumisani Ndubane // Wiki Indaba and the African agenda edit

Katie Chan // Where´s the T in Wikimedia Diversity edit

T Vishnu Vardhan // So many languages: Challenges and opportunities for the Wikimedia movement in India edit

Jake Orlowitz and Siko Bouterse // Inviting diversity: A playful approach to broadening our community edit

Matthew Flaschen, Jared Zimmerman, Vibha Bamba, Pau Giner // Engaging new editors by reducing barriers edit

Ilona Buchem and Netha Hussain // Design Diversity edit

Alyssa Wright, Siko Bouterse and Jessie Wild // Creating a toolset for impact edit

Alyssa Wright // Collaborating with other open source communities edit

Ting Chen // The economy of Diversity edit

Valerie Aurora // Diversity initiatives that worked in other open communities edit

Silvia Stieneker // Women edit – from a small local initiative to a nationwide network edit

Emily Temple-Wood // Women scientists and philosophers on English Wikipedia edit

Gerard Meijssen // Wikidata as a tool to bring initial information edit

Tim Moritz Hector // The Teahouse – why and how we internationalize it edit

Sydney Poore // Mentoring: how to mentor women and older people in the Wikimedia movement edit

Alolita Sharma // The question of culture: changing the diversity equation of open source edit

Siko Bouterse // Ideas into Action: IdeaLab Diversity working session edit

Round up session documentation edit

  1. gender diversity: women (best practices & new ideas)Round up 1 gender diversity: women (best practices & new ideas)
  2. gender diversity: LGBT (best practices & new ideas)Round up 2 gender diversity: LGBT (best practices & new ideas)
  3. geographic diversity: language pluralism (best practices & new ideas)Round up 3 geographic diversity: language pluralism (best practices & new ideas)
  4. diversity: general (technical) approaches to further openness in WikipediaRound up 4 diversity: general (technical) approaches to further openness in Wikipedia
  5. talking points to frame the issue of Diversity for Wikimedia

General documentation edit

Our Commons Category: Category:Wikimedia Diversity Conference 2013

Photos edit

Photos of the conference can be found here.

Videos edit

Throughout the conference we conducted video interviews with most of the speakers in which they talk about their work. The videos can be found on Vimeo and Wikimedia Commons.

Follow-up Action edit

IRC chat on Learning Patterns edit

When: Thursday, 14 November at 17:00 UTC (=18:00 CET)

What: Learn how to create a learning pattern, and together hack out the key learning patterns/best practices that emerged over the past weekend.

Who: Hopefully as many of us as possible, led by WMFer Jonathan Morgan

Where: IRC #wikimedia-office and a Google Hangout (link TBD); you can join one or both.

For more information, please see Evaluation/News/Learning patterns hackathon or contact Jessie Wild (WMF).

Blog posts edit

Diversity Page on Meta edit

Ideas in the Idealab edit

Many ideas were put up regarding diversity on the IdeaLab.