2012년 7월 위키미디어 중요한 사건

This page is a translated version of the page Wikimedia Highlights, July 2012 and the translation is 25% complete.


위키미디어 재단 보고서위키미디어 주요 사건Wikimedia 공학 보고서"를 "위키미디어 운동의 선택된 다른 주요 사건"을 첨부하였음.

위키마니아 2012 단체 사진

위키미디어 재단 주요 사건

위키마니아에서의 직무에 관한 재단 직원 보고서

7월 12일부터 7월 14일까지 전세계로부터 온 위키메디안들이 금년의 연중 위키마니아 컨퍼런스를 위하여 워싱턴 D.C.에 모였다. 이 회의는 위키미디어 DC에 의하여 조직되었다 (참조 2012년 7월 위키미디어 주요 사건 금월의 운동 주요 사건). 그들 가운데는 위키미디어 재단 직원, 동료와 계약자들이 동참하였습니다.

위키미디아 재단 사무총장 수 가드너의 기조 연설은 "위키미디아 재단: 한해를 검토하고 다음 해를 계획한다"의 제목을 가진 것이었습니다.(슬라이드), 그리고 스케쥴은 위키미디어 재단 직원, 동료와 계약자들에 의한 많은 다른 발표를 포함하였습니다:


  • 패브리스 플로린, 하위 펑, 카린 글래드스톤, 브랜든 해리스, 올리버 키예스:"위키백과 편집자들과 접촉 유지: 새로운 특징의 길잡이" (요약, 슬라이드) / 올리버 키예스: '커뮤니티와 접촉유지: 우리가 노력한 것과 우리가 가는 곳 (요약) - 동영상
  • 트레버 파스칼과 로안 카투우: "브래킷 없는 인생: 위키텍스트의 시각 편집" (요약,
  • 에릭 뮐러: "목적 중심 소셜 네트워크: 기술로 위키프로젝트 지원" (요약, 슬라이드)
  • 브랜든 해리스: "아테나 프로젝트: 2015년 위키백과" (요약. 슬라이드)
  • 스티븐 월링, 마리야나 핀추크: "위키백과에 오신 것을 환영합니다, 이제 저리 비키세요: 우리가 새 편집자들과 어떻게 의사소통을 개선할 것인가요 (요약, 슬라이드, 동영상)
  • 틸만 바이어 (MZMcBride와 함께): '스팸 스톱' vs. '아무도 나에게 말하지 않았다' – 운동 방송 기계장치의 상태와 미래 (요약, 슬라이드, 동영상)
  • 알로리타 샤르마: 공개된 출처 Webfonts를 동반한 다음 수십억명의 위키백과 사용자들 (요약, 동영상)
  • 아미르 E. 아하로니: "소프트웨어 지방화 역설" (요약, 슬라이드)
  • 누푸르 라왈: "인도에서의 GLAM 과 소비자와의 접촉과 대응" (요약)
  • 로리 버드 필립스: "미국에서의 GLAM-위키의 상태" (요약)
  • 제임스 포레스터, 필립 보데트: "위키미디어의 정부, 로비 그룹과 홍보와의 관계" (요약, 동영상)
  • 시브란트 마젤랜드, 산토시 토팅갈, 파우 기네르, 니클라스 락스트롬, 아미르 아하로니, 아룬 가네쉬, 알로리타 샤마: "언어 지원 담당자에게 문의하세요" (요약, 동영상)
  • 파브리스 플로린: "독자들에게 목소리를 주기: 피드백 v5조항으로부터의 교훈" (요약, 슬라이드, 동영상)
  • Leslie Carr, Ben Hartshorne, Jeff Green, Ryan Lane, Rob Halsell: Ask the Operators (abstract, video)
  • Amir E. Aharoni: The hundred-year old websites - a new look at Wikisource (abstract, slides, video)
  • Brion Vibber: Embedded scripting: creating interactive diagrams, maps, and other media resources in MediaWiki (abstract, slides, video)
  • Andrew Garrett, with other panelists: Small Process Helpers: The case for Widgets (abstract, video)
  • Tomasz Finc, Jon Robson: The Wikipedia Mobile Experience — Where We've Been and Where We're Going (abstract - submitted by Patrick Reilly -,slides, video)
  • Yuvaraj Pandian: The Wikipedia Smartphone Apps Story (abstract, video)
  • Oliver Keyes, with other panelists: Eternal December: How Awful Arguments are Killing the Wiki, and Why not to Make Them (abstract, video)
  • Maryana Pinchuk, Steven Walling: “This is my voice”: the motivations of highly active Wikipedians (abstract, slides, video)
  • Ryan Lane: Wikimedia Labs and the state of our open source infrastructure (abstract)
  • Amit Kapoor/Kul Takanao Wadhwa: Reaching the Next Billion Users: Wikipedia on mobile (abstract, slides, video) + panel (video)
  • Sumana Harihareswara, Guillaume Paumier, Rob Lanphier: Transparency and collaboration in Wikimedia engineering (abstract, video)
  • Santhosh Thottingal: Read and Write in your language (abstract, slides)
  • Asaf Bartov: Funds for Free Knowledge: Wikimedia Foundation Grantmaking (abstract, slides, video)
  • James Alexander: The Bad Assumptions of the Copyright Discussion (abstract)
  • Sumana Harihareswara: What Does THAT mean? Engineering Jargon And Procedures Explained (abstract)
  • Roan Kattouw and Timo Tijhof: ResourceLoader 2: The Future of Gadgets (abstract, slides)
  • Guillaume Paumier: 11 years of Wikipedia, or the Wikimedia history crash course you can edit (abstract, video)
  • Lori Byrd Phillips (with Àlex Hinojo and Andy Mabbett): QRpedia and you (abstract)

Beyond these, Wikimedia Foundation staff, fellows and contractors also participated in various other panels.

The fundraising team recorded over 100 on-camera interviews with Wikimedia editors, programmers and volunteers from all over the world. Interviews are inspiring new editor appeals (and a short video about Wikipedia), which we will showcase during the annual fundraiser.


Data and Trends

 
Erik Möller explaining pageviews

Global unique visitors for June:

469.64 million (-4.62% compared with May; +17.60% compared with the previous year)
(comScore data for all Wikimedia Foundation projects; comScore will release July data later in August)

Page requests for July:

17.7 billion (-1.9% compared with June; +25.3% compared with the previous year)
(Server log data, all Wikimedia Foundation projects including mobile access)

Active Registered Editors for June 2012 (>= 5 edits/month):

82,220 (-3.2% compared with May / -1.3% compared with the previous year)
(Database data, all Wikimedia Foundation projects except for Wikimedia Commons. Note: We are in the process of moving to a metric that takes into account SUL and Wikimedia Commons.)

Report Card (integrating various statistical data and trends about WMF projects) for June 2012:

http://reportcard.wmflabs.org/

Financials

 
WMF YTD Revenue and Expenses vs Plan as of June 30, 2012
 
WMF YTD Expenses by Functions as of June 30, 2012
 
Sue Gardner explaining financial information

(Financial information is only available for June 30, 2012 at the time of this report.)

All financial information presented is for the period of July 1, 2011 - June 30, 2012.

Revenue $36,112,711
Expenses:
 Technology Group $12,335,628
 Community/Fundraiser Group $3,769,765
 Global Development Group $4,879,005
 Governance Group $998,443
 Finance/Legal/HR/Admin Group $6,814,021
Total Expenses $28,796,862
Total surplus/(loss) $7,315,849
  • Revenue for the month is $549K vs plan of $162K, approximately $387K or 238% over plan.
  • Year-to-date revenue is $36.1MM vs plan of $29.5MM, approximately $6.6MM or 22% over plan.
  • Expenses for the month is $3.3MM vs plan of $2.2MM, approximately $1.1MM or 49% higher than plan, primarily due to catching up on planned capital expenditures and higher-than-budgeted expenses for professional services and wikimania.
  • Year-to-date expenses is $28.8MM vs plan of $28.3MM, approximately $512K or 2% higher than plan, primarily due to higher-than-budgeted payment processing fees (reflecting over-achieved revenue targets), higher-than-budgeted expenses for Wikimania, and an over-spend for Legal to fix issues with our trademark portfolio.
  • Cash position is $25.4MM as of June 30, 2012 which is approximately 10.9 months of expenses.
Video of the monthly Wikimedia Foundation metrics and activities meeting covering the month of July (August 2, 2012)

Other movement highlights

 
Wikimania 2012 banner

Wikimania

In mid-July, over 1,400 attendees came to Washington, DC (US) to participate in Wikimania 2012. The annual global conference of Wikimedians was organized by Wikimedia District of Columbia. The main event from July 12-14 was accompanied by a hackathon, an unconference and various other side events.

The schedule contained presentations by over 275 speakers (see also the Foundation highlights), and videos are being uploaded. In the opening session, Mary Gardiner (co-founder of the Ada Initiative) talked about fostering diversity, and Jimmy Wales gave his traditional "The State of the Wiki" speech. In another plenary session, the Board of Trustees answered questions by Wikimedians.

Wikipedian in Residence for a whole town

 
Palafrugell

카탈란 위키미디언 David Parreño은 카탈로니아 (스페인의 자치 지역사회) 내, 지중해 상의 Palafrugell 의 자치읍의 거주자 위키피디안으로 봉사하는 http://theglamwikiexperience.blogspot.com/2012/07/wikipedian-in-residence-for-whole-town.html 을 시작하였다. 자치읍의 승인으로, 그는 그들의 국제 온라인 실재를 개선하기 위하여 몇 개의 지방 문화 기관들을 돕고 있다.

Russian Wikipedia blackout

On July 10, the Russian Wikipedia community blacked out their project for 24 hours, to protest a new law about Internet restrictions which had been proposed in the Russian parliament (Duma). Although the bill passed afterwards, some changes were made to it, and according to the head of Wikimedia Russia, Vladimir Medeyko, the blackout gained much media attention in Russia.