As we have stated in our annual plan , “currently, community members
must search many pages and places to stay informed about Foundation
activities and resources.” We have worked in the past two quarters to
create a single point of entry. We call it the Wikimedia Resource Center,
and its alpha version is now live on Meta Wikimedia:
As the movement expands to include more affiliates and more programmatic
activities every year, newer Wikimedians are faced with lack of experience
in the movement and its various channels for requesting support. In order
to expand Wikimedia communities’ efforts, we want to provide easy access to
resources that support their very important work. The [[m:Wikimedia
Resource Center]] is a hub designed in response to this issue: it is
intended to evolve into a single point of entry for Wikimedians all over
the world to the variety of resources and types of staff support they may
need to develop new initiatives or also expand existing ones.
This version of the Resource Center is only the beginning. For phase two of
the project, we will enable volunteer Wikimedians to add resources
developed by other individuals or organizations to the Wikimedia Resource
Center, and in phase three, the Wikimedia Resource Center will include
features to better connect Wikimedians to other Wikimedians that can
We want to hear what you think about this prototype and our plans for it!
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A feedback button is on the top right corner on every page of the hub.
Looking forward to more collaborations!
Communications and Outreach Project Manager, Community Engagement
>From the perspective of WLM in Ukraine I would give this answer: you are
bound by local list - but you are free to expand them :)
What I mean here is this. In Ukraine we have several types of cultural
monuments and they are protected by separate governmental institutions.
Thus each institution has its own list of what it protected under it. (And
UNESCO heritage sites are also monuments in the national documents). So we
took all the lists available and combined them into our own contest list of
monuments. As soon as a building or a site is proven to be state protected
we add it to the list. (Obviously, our list of monuments is gathered in
Wikipedia; and a list of monuments in Ukraine as complete as this is not to
be found on other sources yet).
So, imho, if you have UNESCO Ghana list and GMMB list you just use them
both for the contest.
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2017-05-13 11:38 GMT+03:00 Sandister Tei <sandistertei(a)gmail.com>:
> Hello all, greetings from Ghana.
> UNESCO has a world heritage list which may have monuments or sites of
> interest to WLM: http://whc.unesco.org/en/statesparties/gh
> Also the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board (GMMB) has a list which has
> served as the reference for our WLM so far.
> In the event where there's a monument or site on the UNESCO list which is
> not on the GMMB list can we visit anyway?
> We are not bound by local lists are we?
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