Dear Mr. Mundol,
Thank you for sharing this document. A couple of typos not withstanding, it is very well
written and makes for a highly informative and compelling read to new eyes like mine. The
broad scope of the report and the depth of details enumerated while capturing the on-going
story of Wikipedia in India is very welcome indeed from the point of view of
record-keeping, internal reflection and public relations.
Date: Sun, 9 Oct 2011 02:58:57 +0530
Subject: [Wikimediaindia-l] Presenting "The India Chronicles"
A few months ago, the Foundation asked Tory Read to travel to India and listen and learn
and write about the movement in India. The objective was to harvest experiences and
learnings and to have an open discussion around what we could all do to further the
This isn't in the form of a (possibly) long & boring report - but in the form of a
story. (Tory's a professional researcher, writer and former journalist.) To put this
together, Tory travelled for a couple of weeks across Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore and across
towns in Kerala - attending community meet-ups and meeting up/speaking with a host of
individual community members (in these cities and indeed beyond.)
Tory's tale is called, "The India Chronicles", and is available on Wikimedia
Do have a read through and do share your views on it - positives and negatives - and do
feel free to comment on any aspect of it. It would be wonderful to have an engaging
conversation on this.
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