Then maybe if we have breakout sessions on Wikimedia and Wikipedia in
Northern Ghana, more people would be wise and would get in touch? :-)
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On 16 Oct 2016 21:00, "Nkansah Rexford" <nkansahrexf...@gmail.com> wrote:
In fact, I went into the breakout session with the intention not to take
anyone's contact whatsoever. I'm tired taking them.
I just told all in attendance to search for "Wikimedia Ghana User Group"
online. If their search engine sends them to #KalyppoChallenge, well...
But I believe a word to a wise 'is in the north' so those who really wanna
get going will get in touch if they really want to.
On Sunday, October 16, 2016, Ato Ulzen-Appiah <abo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Oh, sorry Rexford. Contacts are not normally shared at breakout sessions.
> We'd make a note to fix that. Cced Rachel.
> We can contact those who were at Barcamp Koforidua to ask who was in the
> session. If you send me a picture of the session, I could recognize people
> and give you contacts :-)
> From what transpired, it was a good session and people learnt a lot.
> We can target edits to the Koforidua, Koforidua Technical University and
> ANUC pages.
> Thanks for the pictures.
> Barcamp Accra dey. But there be Barcamp Ho, Kumasi and Sunyani before that.
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> On 16 Oct 2016 19:52, "Nkansah Rexford" <nkansahrexf...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello guys,
>> I was at the Barcamp Koforidua this year. I was part of a breakout
>> session where Wikimedia world was discussed.
>> How many people joined the session? About 8.
>> How many people were recruited? None. Did I take anyone's contact? No.
>> Did anyone show enthusiasm to join? Not that I noticed.
>> Did Wikimedia/Wikipedia make sense to them? I think so. When one lecturer
>> at ANUniversity came to appreciate the structure of Wikimedia and Wikipedia
>> and why everything happens the way it does, everything I guess made more
>> sense to him.
>> At the educational level, how people see Wikipedia and it's related
>> project sites is very different and negative. If and should that be fixed,
>> I'm sure the effects will bubble down to many in schools.
>> Will those who joined the breakout session become editors? I don't know.
>> Will they get in touch to learn more? I don't know. Did they take something
>> useful about Wikimedia home? Yes, absolutely. I gave Wiki-related handouts
>> I received from Wikimedia UK to some in attendance.
>> A lecturer at Koforidua Poly plans to get in touch later in the course
>> this week to further discuss if they could do something Wikipedia Education
>> Program related. Will update this thread with more.
>> Pictures of the event: https://twitter.com/has
>> Are the pictures on Wikimedia Commons at the moment? Mine aren't, will
>> upload in the course of this week.
>> I hope to be at the Accra Barcamp as well, then with a combined power
>> from all the Wikimedia guys in Accra, we could push the Wikimedia word more.
>> Did I do a good job at Barcamp Koforidua 2016? I don't know.
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