*Dear all/A chairdeThe Call for Papers or Participation in the 2020
virtual/remote Celtic Knot Wikimedia Language Conference
<https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Celtic_Knot_Conference_2020> closes on
Thursday 30 April at midnight. The event will centre around 9-10 July with
workshops, help desks and other events taking place throughout the week.We
are looking for your most imaginative ideas for how we can host a variety
of interesting, engaging, and enlightening talks, workshops, presentations,
and events. We are looking for those with Wikimedia experience to share to
use their new virtual hosting and facilitating skills with those in Ireland
and beyond to bring those new events to Celtic Knot 2020.*

*Is there a new event format you have been experimenting with for your
language or other community?*

*Have you found the best platform to run a workshop, helpdesk, or learning
environment?Has a virtual/remote format you’ve developed, and you want to
showcase it to others?Are you a Wikidata, Commons, Translation Tool, or
other wizard, and you want to help new editors get involved through Celtic
Knot?Have you been trying something so innovative that you would like to
share with the Wikimedia community?Then submit a proposal here
to bring that event to Celtic Knot 2020 to work with those engaged with
minority languages. The submission formats are guidance, please feel free
to propose something that will suit your submission for a workshop, virtual
round table, interactive event or helpdesk.We look forward to hearing from
you!From the organization team,Wikimedia UK (Daria Cybulska, Director of
Programmes)Wikimedia Community Ireland (Rebecca O’Neill, Project
PhD in Digital Media
Project Coordinator Wikimedia Community Ireland <http://wikimedia.ie>
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