[WMCEE-l] What the meeting is good for?

Laura Hale laura at fanhistory.com
Sat Nov 15 08:54:39 CET 2014

To accomplish goals, to be better integrated into the wider community, to
help build the global Wikimedia brand for your own benefit, to get better
access to grants, to find other partners in chapters to do projects with,
to teach others what you have learned to be successful, to learn from
others what they have done to be successful, to alert others to important
copyright issues facing your local community, to better lobby on reforms
related to open access to information, etc.

Improving visibility in a positive way is about improving collaboration.
Collaboration is at the heart of all Wikimedia projects, and what makes it
successful.  Often, you need face to face to do that.

At the end of the day, you can argue go it alone all you want.  What
success has this strategy of going alone brought you?  Why is eschewing
collaboration in this case the better option?  Why is not working with
others a better road to success for your chapter or your Wikimedia project?

Laura Hale

On Saturday, November 15, 2014, Juan de Vojníkov <juandevojnikov at gmail.com>

> And why we have to improve the visibility of wmcee comunity?

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