This page aims to track the presence of women both on the boards and in
the leadership of affiliated Wikimedia groups, as well as the main
bodies of the movement and the Wikimedia Foundation. The idea is to have
a more accurate vision of how many women are taking positions of
leadership and thus promote more equity in our movement.
Le 13/05/2020 à 20:20, Florence Devouard a écrit :
u:Alacoolwiki <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Alacoolwiki> and
myself worked on the portal page of the Gender Gap on meta.
New : https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Gender_gap
Why ? The former page was very very outdated.
So first task was to clean it up, remove outdated info
Second task was to look for more recent data, do a bit of digging around.
Third task was to reorganize the whole portal. This was done along the
same lines than the *Wikimedia Resource Center
How you can help ?
Please note that the goal is not necessarily to have regular
information being updated over there (because we do know it will not
happen, right ? :)),
but to serve as a hub to link to all resources, groups, initiatives
led within the community (and beyond). The current pages are by no
means fully updated. Feel free to jump in and add.
Please do NOT drop links and be done with it. Have a _curated
approach_ to make it useful AND practical.
In particuliar, I hope that gender-gap oriented groups will make the
effort of adding their groups to the page listing them if it is found
to be missing : https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Gender_gap/Groups
And I hope that people leading initiatives will add them here :
I hope it can be useful and better reflect the diversity of our
mouvement and of the approaches we follow.
Last, I will outline that I am aware that the current design does not
permit translation. I gave much thinking about that and, in light of
former state of the page (very outdated) and former state of
translations (very very weak...), I decided to favor design and