Moderation worksheet

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This is a temporary space to develop relationships between sessions and appropriate moderators.

We encourage all attendees to feel invited to contribute in this process. Please use Moderation instructions and its talk page to coordinate.

8/3 Moderators needed

Time Session
at Hall (300)
Session
at Room 325 (70)
Semantic web and Various Wiki site
Session
at Room 328 (80)
Community Report
Session
at Room 332 (70)
Museum , Digital Library and Languages
Session
at Room 334 (70)
Lounge & Open Space
at 319
Moderators
needed per time slot
9:00~10:15 Welcome: Anthere/Jimbo
Moderators needed:
1 VIP,
2-4 assistants
10:15~10:30 Break, open space introduction
10:30~noon Session 1 session 101

Benjamin Mako Hill: Freedom's Standard Advanced

Lawrence Liang - open content licensing
Moderators needed:
1 VIP,
2-4 assistants

session 102 Panel

Jakob Voss: The Semantic Web and why Wikipedia should bother

Ngon Pham Hun: A semantic search engine for MediaWiki software

Denny Vrandecic: Wikipedia 3.0: MediaWiki meets the Semantic Web
Moderators needed:
1 panel,
1-2 assistants

session 103

Erin McKean: Ways to evangelize people into becoming Wikipedians

Seth Anthony: Where Have All The Writers Gone: The Diversion, Distraction and Departure of Wiki "Content Creators""
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants

session 104

Raoul Weiler: Cataloging museum objects
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants

session 105
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants
session 106
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants
Moderators needed:
1 VIP,
1 Panel,
4 Session,
7-14 assistants
12:00~1:30pm Lunch
1:30~2:30pm Session 2 session 201

Erik Moeller: Wiki2Wiki: Wikimedia and the new ecosystem of knowledge
Moderators needed:
1 VIP,
2-4 assistants

session 202

Sabahat Ashraf: National and Community Information Databases—WikiPakista, WikiIndia and HumanRights.ProgressiveIslam.org

David Beall: SFHOMELESS.NET and Wikia: Wiki technology expanding into government and social service resources
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants

session 203

Revo Soekatno: Malay, Malaysian and Indonesian languages on Wikipedia

Ravi Kant The history and the current status of Hindi wikipedia and it's communities.
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants

session 204 Panel

Anthony Mao, Thomas Tsai, Yun LongSam: Library with Free Information and Free Software
Moderators needed:
1 panel,
1-2 assistants

session 205

Masayuki Hatta: The Issues on Wiki Licensing

Naoko Kizu: Translation for Community Building
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants

session 206
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants
Moderators needed:
1 VIP,
1 Panel,
4 Session,
7-14 assistants
2:30~2:45pm Break
2:45~3:45pm Session 3 session 301

Guillaume Paumier, Elisabeth Bauer: Strengthening and unifying the visual identity of Wikimedia projects: a step towards maturity
Moderators needed:
1 VIP,
2-4 assistants

session 302

Jack Herrick: Challenges in a growing wiki : The wikiHow case study

David Akerson: The war crimes and genocide wiki -- issues and obstacles of Wikis for war crimes prosecutors
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants

session 303

Harel Cain: Hebrew language Wikipedia: what makes it special and what other projects can learn from it

Chia-Wei Chiu: The Study of Wiki Editing Behavior of China Wikipedian - A Case Study of Wikipedia
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants

session 304 Panel

Open Content Licensing Strategy and Business model in Digital Library, the experience from NDAP (National Digital Archive Program)
Moderators needed:
1 panel,
1-2 assistants

session 305

Lightning talks #1
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants

session 306
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants
Moderators needed:
1 VIP,
1 Panel,
4 Session,
7-14 assistants
3:45~4:00pm Afternoon break
4:00~5:00pm Session 4 session 401 Workshop

Cormac Lawler: Understanding, defining, and developing Wikiversity
Moderators needed:
1 VIP,
2-4 assistants

session 402

LIN, Shin-Cheng: Evaluating the Effectiveness of TaiwanBaseballWiki

Kwang-Tsao Shao: how to apply Wiki system on Taiwanese Encyclopedia of Life
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants

session 403 Panel

David Pendery: Wikipedia and Taiwanese Students--A Good Mix
Moderators needed:
1 panel,
1-2 assistants

session 404 Workshop

Gerard Meijssen: languages, small projects, the language committee, fund raising, signwriting
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants

session 405
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants
session 406
Moderators needed:
1 session,
1-2 assistants
Moderators needed:
1 VIP,
1 Panel,
4 Session,
7-14 assistants
5:00~5:30pm Wrap-up (summary of day's sessions); Poster Session


8/4 Moderators needed

Time Session
at Auditorium (800)
wikimedia
Session
at Room 325 (70)
Technical
Session
at Room 328 (80)
Educational
Session
at Room 332 (70)
in the business and offline world
Session
at Room 334 (70)
Lounge & Open Space
at 319
Moderators
needed per time slot
9:00~9:15 Welcome, daily announcements and overview
9:15~9:30 Break
9:30~10:30 Session 5 session 501

Achal Prabhala: Wikimedia in the offline world

Samuel Klein: OLPC

session 502

Greg Stein: Google and wiki

session 503

Teemu Leinonen: Vision for Wikiversity: academy, popular education/folk high school and free school

session 504 Workshop

Alexis Rondeau, Hector Rinaldi, Stan Wiechers: Distribute knowledge using cell-phone readable physical hyperlinks

session 505
Spare
session 506
10:30~10:45 Break
10:45~12:00 Session 6 session 601

Brian Behlendorf:open source & wiki

Chao-Kuei Hung: Free Culture Advocacy: A General Strategy and Examples Involving Social Movement Groups and Community Universities

Adam Hyde: Free Manuals for free software

session 602

Kate (Aude): Free, open source geospatial mapping tools and use in Wikimedia projects

Evan Prodromou: Extending wikis with social networking tools

session 603

Ida Suandi: Wikipedia: A Powerful Tool of Knowledge or an Internet Phenomena? A Survey Study of Singapore Language Teachers' Perspectives on the Use of Wikipedia in Teaching.

Jan-bart De Vreede : Wiki's in Dutch Education

May-Ann Lim: Wikipedia in Higher Education: Attitudes and Uses in Singapore universities

session 604

Renaud Gaudin: moulin - offline wikipedia for the developing world

Kim Tucker: Libre Knowledge and Another World is Possible

session 605 BOF BOF

Craig Spurrier: Wikinews: How it is unique, and what the future holds

Li-Hua Wu: The Accumulation of Local Knowledge and Public Participation:A case study of Chu-Tien, Liu-Dui

session 606
12:00~1:30pm Lunch
1:30~2:30pm Session 7 session 701

Melissa Hagemann: Open Access movement

Oscar Van Dillen: Wikimedia: somewhere between Art and Science

session 702

Michael Dale: Metavid Wiki - Real Time Collaborative Semantic Audio/Video Metadata in MediaWiki.

Ping Yeh: Embeddable Wiki Engine: proof of concept and application ideas

Jun-Fa Wong: How to gathering local knowledge?─Public Participation mechanism of 2007 localogy GIS project.

session 703

Xavier Giro:Academic assignments on the Wikipedia

Cormac Lawler: Learning and learning about learning in Wikiversity

session 704

Haidong Pan Democracy and business model: wikipedia and wiki ecosystem in China

Mathias Schindler:The economics of writing and publishing an encyclopedia

session 705
Spare
session 706
2:30~2:45 Break
2:45~3:00pm Session 8 Plenary session 806
3:00~3:15pm Break
3:15~4:15pm Session 9 session 901 Workshop

Elizabeth Stark & Samuel Klein: Free Culture Spaces - Building a Network of Community Centers to Free Culture Spaces - Building a Network of Community Centers to promote free content development

session 902 'Workshop

Yuri Astrakhan: Direct data access with MediaWiki API

session 903 'Workshop

Kim Tucker: WikiMedia and Education: extending Wikimedia tools for Collaborative Learning

session 904 Workshop

Dirk Riehle: Bringing Wikipedia to Work: Open Collaboration within Corporations

session 905
Spare
session 906
Lightning talks #2
4:15~4:45pm Afternoon break
4:45~5:30pm Daily wrapup, session summary and Awards session


8/5 Moderators needed

Time Session
at Hall (300)
Session
at Auditorium (800)
Session
at Room 325 (70)
tech 2
Session
at Room 328 (80)
admins
Session
at Room 332 (70)
Session
at Room 334 (70)
Lounge & Open Space
at 319
Moderators
needed per time slot
9:00~9:15 Welcome, daily announcements and overview
9:15~9:30 Break
9:30~10:30 Session 10 session 1001

Wayne Mackintosh: Sustainable innovation in mega-projects

Delphine: Virtual and national cultures: Wikimedia, projects and organisation

session 1002

Ward Cunningham:

session 1003

Brian Mingus: Using Natural Language Processing to determine the quality of Wikipedia articles

Luca De Alfaro: A Content-Driven Reputation System for the Wikipedia

session 1004

Brianna Laugher: Special:Contributions/newbies: a study of newly-registered user behaviour

James Hare: How to Effectively Deal with Disputes

session 1005

Enric Senabre Hidalgo: Meritocracy and vandalism

Su-Chu Hsu: Authorship and Liquidity in Wikiart

KaKan Lo: Another role of Wikipedians: Guiding machines to do intelligent tasks

session 1006
Spare
session 1007
10:30~10:45 Break
10:45~12:00 Session 11 Plenary session 1107
12:00~1:30pm Lunch
1:30~2:30pm Session 12 session 1201

Heather Ford: iCommons

session 1202

Rebecca MacKinnon: Citizen media

Isaac Mao: Blogs and Wiki

session 1203

Christoph Sauer, Chuck Smith: WikiCreole and its practical applications - the future of wiki interaction

Jon Phillips: SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT - Wikibiblio: A Community-based Bibliographic System

session 1204

Benjamin Mako Hill: Supporting Collaboration in Branched Articles

Alain Desilets: Making WikiMedia resources more useful for translators

session 1205 session 1206 BOF

Lodewijk Gelauff: Wikimedia conferences - Local opportunities

Guillaume Paumier : Wikimedia Meta-Wiki as a thematic coordination platform for WikiProjects

session 1207
Lightning talks #3
2:30~2:45 Break
2:45~3:00pm Session 13 Plenary - Joi ito session 1307
3:00~3:15pm Break
3:15~4:15pm Session 14 Closing Speech session 1407
4:15~4:45pm Afternoon break
4:45~5:30pm Wrap-up, closing gala & ceremony

Definitions

VIP moderator is likely a Wikiprojects leader, Foundation boardmember, guest presenter, or otherwise distinguished conference attendee who has strong knowledge and experience in the field presented or discussed, and who also has the requisite standing to represent the conference's NPOV to presenters and participants.

Panel moderator is likely a longtime project participant, guest presenter or distinguished conference attendee who has strong knowledge and experience in the field presented or discussed, and who also has the requisite standing to represent the conference's NPOV to presenters and participants. A panel moderator must facilitate the free flow of ideas during kinetic and sometimes passionate discussions.

Session moderator is likely a longtime project participant, guest presenter or distinguished conference attendee who has some knowledge and experience in the field presented or discussed, and who also has the requisite standing to represent the conference's NPOV to presenters and participants. A session moderator introduces speakers, subject matter and helps presenters to summarize and bring closure to a shared presentation environment.

Assistant moderator is likely a project participant, guest presenter or distinguished conference attendee who has some knowledge and experience in the field presented or discussed, and who also has the requisite standing to represent the conference's NPOV to presenters and participants. An assistant session moderator provides communication and logistical services to lead moderators and presenters, maximizing moderator energy while preventing minutia from hindering that effort.