||Sub-categories / suggested topics
||This track welcomes affiliates and communities to present their content development campaigns and programs.
■ Capacity development programs and trainings
||This track provides a space for initiatives and programs in education and academia.
||■ Wikipedia in the classroom
■ Partnership with educational institutions or teachers' association
■ Higher education
■ Decolonizing knowledge
|Equity, Inclusion, and Community Health
||This track provides a space to discuss equity, inclusivity, and belonging as ways to improve community health.
||■ Diversity centric discussions |
■ Equity, Inclusion and belonging
■ Knowledge equity
■ User interface accessibility
■ Languages (& translations)
■ Gender gap and other gender diversity topics
■ IP address range blocks in countries with limited/ shared infrastructure
■ The Wikimedia Universal Code of Conduct (UCoC)
■ Safety of volunteer contributors
|ESEAP (East, South East Asia, and the Pacific) Region
||This track is meant to highlight initiatives by affiliates, communities, and individual contributors in improving content or concerns related to the East, South East Asia and the Pacific region.
||■ Multicultural collaborations in ESEAP countries |
■ Community developments
■ Capacity development in Small and Incubator language Wikimedia projects
|GLAM, Heritage, and Culture
||This track provides a space for initiatives and programs in heritage and cultural conservation, collaborations with cultural institutions that include Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums.
||■ Digitalization programs |
■ Open access advocacy
■ Working with Indigenous communities
||This track supports community discussions focused on governance, structures and reform, key initiatives from the Movement Strategy.
||■ Movement Charter |
■ Regional and thematic hubs
■ Roles and responsibilities in the movement
■ Decision-making processes
■ Wikimedia Global Council
■ Administrative specific governance (projects, community, affiliates)
|Legal, Advocacy, and Risks
||This track includes established topics of discussion, such as copyrights and digital accessibility, and newly emerged issues, such as rising censorship and misinformation in the world, as well as public policy and human rights.
||■ Blocking of Wikipedia in certain countries |
■ Legal threats, takedown requests
■ Government relations
■ Copyright reforms (Freedom of Panorama, free licenses, etc.)
■ Digital accessibility
■ Environmental sustainability and climate crisis
||This track gives space for community initiatives in data use and reuse, linking different Wikimedia projects together and beyond.
||■ Publicly accessible statistical data|
■ Data use/ reuse
■ Open data and transparency
■ Interlinking geographic data, socio-economic data, demographic data
■ Wikidata or Structured Data on Commons
|Research, Science, and Medicine
||This track welcomes works of research with topics relevant to Wikimedia and the theme of Wikimania. It is also a space to discuss various content initiatives in the fields of science, nature, and medicine.
||■ Environmental studies and climate crisis
■ Studies on behavioral patterns in contributing content
■ Content quality research
■ Knowledge reliability
■ Public health and wellness wiki initiatives
■ Science and Wiki
■ Taxonomy, Species
||The classic track dedicated to discussing everything product and technology in the Wikimedia movement.
||■ Latest products and features |
■ Tool demonstration or tutorials
■ Tools in development or testing stage
■ Technological innovations
■ Automation, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
■ User interface and user experience
||A future-oriented open track for Wikimedians to discuss wild ideas and predictions of the future... for good or bad.
||■ Scenarios in the near or far future |
■ Black Mirror scenarios
■ Ethics of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
■ The chatbot take over!!!