Project Tiger/Community Inputs
This page is intended for the community members to register their suggestions, feedback’s or even grievances on making subsequent rounds of Project Tiger much more effective and impactful.
In 2017–2018, the Wikimedia Foundation and Google working in close coordination with The Wikimedia India chapter (WMIN), Centre For Internet and Society and user groups hosted a program encouraging Wikipedia communities to create locally relevant and high-quality content in Indian languages. This program (Code name: Project Tiger) (a) supported active and experienced Wikipedia editors through the donation of laptops and stipends for internet access and (b) sponsored a language-based contest that aims to address existing Wikipedia content gaps.
Community members to put their suggestions to be taken for subsequent iteration of the program.
- Listening to the community via surveys for the most favourable time to host the edit-a-thon in order to ensure their utmost participation.
- Dialogue with Google for any possibility of community having a say in list of articles to be created and expanded.
- Making laptop provisions for Media Wiki community members who require high processors.
- Working towards finding a solution for creating a point of contact for laptop maintenance and other issues in Tier 2 and 3 cities where after-sales services may not be available.