Vikipediya müzakirəsi:Görüş

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Hazırdır! İşlər bitdi! :) Nəhayət ki, bizim vikinin də özünün rəsmi "Görüş" səhifəsi var. Burada görüş təşkil etmək üçün ilkin addımlar, qaydalar və forma göstərilib. Məncə pis alınmayıb. Artıq buradan elə gələcək görüşləri elan verərik. Uğur olsun! --Proger danış 18:36, 18 noyabr 2010 (UTC)

Əladır! Görüş üçün xüsusi səhifələrin yaratdığınıza görə təşəkkür edirəm! Face-smile.svg Hörmətlə:-- Pərviz  18:45, 18 noyabr 2010 (UTC)
Mənim də təşəkkürlərimi qəbul edin)--Robert Langdon 19:01, 18 noyabr 2010 (UTC)
Dəyməz dostlar :). --Proger danış 16:47, 19 noyabr 2010 (UTC)
Təşəkkürlər Proger. Lazımlı səhifədir. Növbəti vikigörüşümüz yəqin ki, dekabrda baş tutacaq. Görüşdən əvvəl soyuq Bakı havasında qısa bir vikigəzinti də nəzərdə tutulur:)--Sortilegus 22:40, 24 noyabr 2010 (UTC)

1 ya I[əsas redaktə]

Bu görüşlərin adını adi rəqəm (ədəd) ya rum rəqəmi ilə yazaq? Hansı daha yaxşıdır sizcə? --Proger danış 21:18, 18 dekabr 2010 (UTC)

Məncə adi rəqəm olsa yaxşıdı. Gələcəkdə görüşlər artanda bəzi istifadəçilər rum rəqəmlərini oxumaqda əziyyət çəkə bilər. -- Pərviz  22:43, 20 dekabr 2010 (UTC)
Mm, əslində ensiklopediyada yazanların bir çoxu savadlı adamlar olur. Savadlı adamların da hamısı və ya çoxu rum rəqəmini başa düşür. Həm də məsələ "Görüş" şablonundadır. Orada fikir versəniz misal üçün belə gəlir "Şəhər 1 dekabr 6 2009". İstifadəçilər yuxarıdakı "Şəhər 2"-ni görməsələr çaşarlar və elə düşünə bilərlər ki, söhbət 1 dekabrdan gedir. Rum rəqəmi ilə olsa məncə çaşma ehtimalı azalar. --Proger danış 12:50, 25 dekabr 2010 (UTC)
Əlbətdə çaşıb çaşarlar :) Niyə bu cür yazılmır ki, məsələn Şəhər-1, 6 dekabr 2009? --Vago 12:55, 25 dekabr 2010 (UTC)

Savadlı olmaq hələ o demək deyil ki, o adam rum rəqəmini tanıyır. Mən də adi rəqəmlərin tərəfdarıyam. Görüş şablonunda isə belə yazmaq olar: Bakıda 1-ci görüş: 6 dekabr 2009. Vəssalam. Rum rəqəminə ehtiyac yoxdur. --Cekli829 16:56, 25 dekabr 2010 (Cek vaxtı ilə)

Siz deyəsən buranın ensiklopediya olduğunu unudursunuz. Ensiklopediya və rum rəqəmi az qala sinonimdir. Savadlı adamların da əksəriyyəti, təkrar edirəm əksəriyyəti, rum rəqəmlərini bilir. Burada çətin nə var ki? Sizin təklif etdiyiniz variant uzundur. Vago-nun təklifi ağlabatandır. Düşünmək olar. --Proger danış 15:18, 25 dekabr 2010 (UTC)

5 görüş[əsas redaktə]

Statistikaya nəzər saldım. Hələlik 5 görüşün 5-ndə də iştirak edən yeganə AzVikiçi — Səfər Azəri. Eşq olsun!--Sortilegus 16:00, 25 yanvar 2011 (UTC)

Olsun! :) --Proger danış 01:36, 2 fevral 2011 (UTC)

IGF in Baku[əsas redaktə]

Hi all,

Sorry for jumping in here with the English, but I can not even pronounce your words over here. I am a Brazilian, working for the Wikimedia Foundation, and Steven Swalling shared with me you had this page after I posted the email below in internal-l. If you do have someone interested in participating, please let me know at ocastro@wikimedia.org

Does anyone know anyone from Wikimedia who will be attending the Internet Governance Forum in Baku (Azerbaijan)?

I just got an email from the Center for Technology and Society of FGV-RIO (Brazil) and they'll be organizing a workshop "how to engage users" and are inviting Wikimedia Foundation to speak.

Is anyone attending IGF and would be available for speaking there? From their message, it seems there's no travel expense covered by the organizers of the workshop at this point.

please find details below (IGF will take place on 6-9 November 2012)

Proposal No.120 - How to engage users? Status: Accepted Workshop Theme: Internet Governance for Development [IG4D] Workshop Theme: Internet Governance for Development [IG4D] Theme Question:

Thematic Cluster 2 "Enabling Environment" Consice Description of Workshop:

Gradually and slowly as we merge the digital divide, it is possible to envision the Internet as an ultimate leveler, representing one playing field, where, theoretically, everybody has the potential to interact. But how to engage users on political debates? How to use the net to bring them to the negotiation table? There are indeed, a few examples of Internet serving as a tool for empowerment. In some countries, public sector have been fostering such initiatives, as the case of Iceland, where an online public consultation was held for drafting it's new constitution. Or Brazil, where a several consultations are being held either to discuss digital rights or to monitor implementation of public policies, such as the initiative from the so called “Gabinete Digital”, where citizens where able to demand policies from the governor in a real virtual dialogue.Entrepreneurship has also played a role in terms of users engagement. As the case of Ushahidi, a remarkable open source web platform, that had allowed users to crowd source information about violent “hotspots” and spreading rampages, which was all sent via email or mobile text-messages, generating an online interactive mapping of the crisis, or the so called “activist mapping”.Users have also been involved in creative usages of the internet for education and others forms of exercising citizenship. Wikipedia is the most paradigmatic example, once, besides engaging users for the production of content, it was also one of the leaders at SOPA/PIPA online protests. In terms of social news, Reddit is another interesting example. Nonetheless, there has been no systematic approach or proper exchange of knowledge about mechanisms that are being invented to engage users. Assessments like that are important to evaluate and try to promote other initiatives to empower users.Therefore, the main goal of this workshop is to discuss and evaluate how open online consultations and users led initiatives have been creating mechanisms to engage users on the Internet Government debates and other initiatives that represent the usage of ICT for political participation. For achieving such goal, this workshop will gather speakers with different experiences on the topic. In a multistakeholder approach, it will gather representatives from governments, companies, the technical community, academia and civil society from both developed and developing countries. Active moderation will foster debate amongst those in Baku and encourage remote interventions. Organiser(s) Name:

Center for Technology and Society at Fundação Getúlio VargasPart of the Fundação Getulio Vargas Law School in Rio de Janeiro, CTS is the only research center in Brazil specifically aimed at dealing with the interplay of law, technology and society. It is engaged in different research and education projects, and committed to interdisciplinary approach. Its collaborations include anthropologists, computer scientists, economists, and media executives.Among its different projects, the CTS is responsible for helping Brazilian Ministry of Justice to create an online consultation process to debate the privacy law, the internet civil rights framework and is also leading a research to use cybercafes as a platform to implement surveys on public policies assessments at low income communities. CTS also acts as a consultant to several branches of the Brazilian government such as the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee, the National Institute of Technology and the Ministry of Education. It is engaged in developing projects to promote access to knowledge, protect digital rights and study the democratization of cultural production through technology.AccessAccess is a NGO premised on the belief that political participation and the realization of human rights in the 21st century is increasingly dependent on access to the internet and other forms of technology. Founded in the wake of the 2009 Iranian post-election crackdown, Access teams with digital activists and civil society groups internationally to build their technical capacity and to help them advocate globally for their digital rights. Access provides thought leadership and practical policy recommendations in the broader field of internet freedom, and based on that expertise mobilizes its global movement of citizens to campaign for an open internet accessible to all.Access' Global Movement for Digital Freedom is made up of ordinary people from all over the world. Many of them are normal internet users without much experience in either human rights or technology, but understanding that technology can be a powerful platform which gives us all additional strength to achieve greater participation, accountability and transparency. Previous Workshop(s):

http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/component/chronocontact/?chronoformname=W... Submitted Workshop Panelists:

Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit (Tech Company, WEOG, tbc)Jim Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia (Foundation, WEOG, tbc)Erik Hersman, co-founder of Ushahidi (Non-profit Tech Company, Africa, tbc)Iceland Government (Govt, WEOG, tbc)Jochai Ben-Avie, Director of Operations at Access (NGO, WEOG, confirmed)Joana Varon, researcher from the Center of Technology and Society (Academia, GRULAC, confirmed) Name of Remote Moderator(s): Naor Elimelech


Thank you all Best --Ocastro (talk) 21:20, 30 iyul 2012 (UTC)

Hi all! Thank you for your interest. We got email from two people willing to participate! Hope you have a great meeting!--Ocastro (talk) 15:54, 7 avqust 2012 (UTC)