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50 Shades of Wiki: New tools to share, remix and reuse

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Wikipedia has a lot of incredible content. Users want to share and remix—they get lost in a "wiki wormhole" and settle bets with friends. However, Wikipedia's platform offers only two ways to engage: read and edit. How many new opportunities can we build for users to get involved and produce more free knowledge? On many other sites, users are invited to remix, curate, and share content in many different ways. We have an opportunity to turn a half billion readers into users who contribute in forms other than long-form editing.

In this talk, we'll make a case for the need of these tools and showcase a selection of recent experiments and future ideas that teams within the Wikimedia Foundation are working on, including:

- Share-a-fact: a mobile app feature to quickly generate user-selected text snippets from Wikipedia articles with beautiful background images.
- Gather: a project enabling users to create shareable collections of Wikipedia articles.
- Future ideas including embeddable widgets to syndicate content from Wikipedia and other projects.

We will share data on these features, design concepts, and engage in broader conversation with the attendees on what we should build.

M. Syed, D. Taraborelli (2015). 50 Shades of Wiki:
New tools to share, remix and reuse https://wikimania2015.wikimedia.org/wiki/Submissions/50_Shades_of_Wiki:_New_Tools_to_Share,_Remix_and_Reuse

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50 Shades of Wiki: New tools to share, remix and reuse

  1. 1. 50 Shades of Wiki: New tools to share, remix and reuse Moiz Syed • Dario Taraborelli Wikimania 2015, Mexico City
  2. 2. Dario Taraborelli Head of Research @ReaderMeter Moiz Syed Design Manager @MoizSyed
  3. 3. Outline 1. The case for remix, reuse and sharing 2. Applications 3. Expected impact 4. How you can help
  4. 4. The case for remix, reuse & sharing
  5. 5. People get lost on Wikipedia once they start going down the link rabbit- hole.
  6. 6. Sharing Wikipedia currently gets 2% of its traffic from social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter.
  7. 7. Sharing BuzzFeed’s social traffic is 5X its search traffic. Wikipedia social traffic is approximately 0.06X its search traffic
  8. 8. Mary Meeker, 2015 Internet Trends Report
  9. 9. Editing vs remixing “Content consumers may suck at producing content, but give them the right tools and they’ll make amazing content curators” – made-up quote from somebody at Flickr, on the launch of Galleries
  10. 10. Editing vs remixing How do we get value from half a billion readers? Wikipedia builds on the idea of free licenses to support reuse and remix, but we don’t actively encourage this behavior.
  11. 11. Applications
  12. 12. Share a fact
  13. 13. Collections
  14. 14. Embeddables and widgets
  15. 15. Women in Science Wikipedia needs your help The English Wikipedia article Women in Science needs contributors from a more global perspective. Help expand it!
  16. 16. Guided tours and maps
  17. 17. Museums in downtown San Francisco
  18. 18. Multimedia stories
  19. 19. Expected impact
  20. 20. Increasing reach via sharing & remixing Expand Wikimedia beyond encyclopedic, NPOV content New entry point to discover Wikimedia contents
  21. 21. Mobile-first remixing and sharing
  22. 22. Mary Meeker, 2015 Internet Trends Report
  23. 23. O. Keyes (2015) The Mobile Singularity is already here. Wikipedia and the Mobile Web
  24. 24. Broadening our contributor base
  25. 25. How you can help
  26. 26. Help us build new tools for sharing, remixing and reusing Wikimedia content. We’d love your feedback, thoughts and ideas. @moizsyed User:MoizSyed @readermeter User:DarTar

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Abstract Wikipedia has a lot of incredible content. Users want to share and remix—they get lost in a "wiki wormhole" and settle bets with friends. However, Wikipedia's platform offers only two ways to engage: read and edit. How many new opportunities can we build for users to get involved and produce more free knowledge? On many other sites, users are invited to remix, curate, and share content in many different ways. We have an opportunity to turn a half billion readers into users who contribute in forms other than long-form editing. In this talk, we'll make a case for the need of these tools and showcase a selection of recent experiments and future ideas that teams within the Wikimedia Foundation are working on, including: - Share-a-fact: a mobile app feature to quickly generate user-selected text snippets from Wikipedia articles with beautiful background images. - Gather: a project enabling users to create shareable collections of Wikipedia articles. - Future ideas including embeddable widgets to syndicate content from Wikipedia and other projects. We will share data on these features, design concepts, and engage in broader conversation with the attendees on what we should build. M. Syed, D. Taraborelli (2015). 50 Shades of Wiki: New tools to share, remix and reuse https://wikimania2015.wikimedia.org/wiki/Submissions/50_Shades_of_Wiki:_New_Tools_to_Share,_Remix_and_Reuse

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