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* Provide solutions to allow people to their own ZIM files following a self-service workflow
* Provide solutions to allow people to their own ZIM files following a self-service workflow
* Diversify the content offer, including non-free content.
* Diversify the content offer, including non-free content.
== Library ==


Develop a quality content offer makes no sense if this portfolio is not comprehensive. Therefore it is important to develop a library which is comprehensive.
Develop a quality content offer makes no sense if this portfolio is not comprehensive. Therefore it is important to develop a library which is comprehensive.


== Approach ==
== Approach ==
Following that goals will be a long journey, but we don't start with nothing. Serious achievements have been reached these last year around the scrapers, the industrialisation of publishing processes or even the quality of the library.
He would be the primary axes:
* Continue the development of the tooling to have a better control over the publishing of content:
** Improve the automatic Q&A chain with "zimcheck" and its integration
** Develop the CMS to have an efficient human driven / semi-automatic control about the library
* Develop self-service tools:
** Continue WP1 project transformation to allow anybody to make Wikimedia projects (not only Wikipedia in English) to make selections and better choose revisions
** Improve publishing solution to allow non-tech people to publish custom-applications (maybe not even only on Android)
** Develop
* Have a non-free content approach:
** Allow to have a ZIM creation and publishing tool chain which is private/propriatery and non public, primarely for the offspot (cardshop).
** Make a clear pricing for the non-free content, with a pricing which is proportional (super propriatery content are the most expensive)

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