I stand corrected! Notices should go out to this list then, too :)
ps. I got confused by this page:
maybe someone should update the archives?
On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 11:57 AM, Liz Henry <l...@bookmaniac.net> wrote:
> Actually, we held a lot of the Wiki Wednesdays in SF, at Citizen Space. 8-)
> phoebe ayers wrote:
>> On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 10:49 AM, Brion Vibber <br...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
>>> On 2/3/09 11:35 AM, phoebe ayers wrote:
>>>>> Dreamfish is hosting our first San Francisco Wiki Wednesday this week on
>>>>> Thursday, February 5, at 6pm. Nothing big or fancy, but it would be
>>>>> great if you came.
>>> Allow me to register my objection to the name/schedule combination! ;)
>>> (Would love to come, but I'll be on a plane to Brussels for FOSDEM. Next
>> Ha, yes. I guess "Wiki Thursday" didn't have quite the same ring... :)
>> For those who aren't familiar with these gatherings, "Wiki Wednesday"
>> is an ongoing meetup about wikis, typically on the 1st Wed of the
>> month -- they happen all over the world in various locations. I
>> believe that SocialText started them, and here in the Bay Area, the
>> SocialText office in Palo Alto has hosted most of them. I believe the
>> Dreamfish one above is the first one in SF. Check the wiki page for
>> more info:
>> I'm not usually able to make it, since Palo Alto is pretty far away
>> for me, but I hear the meetings are good. Wikimedians have presented
>> at them in the past.
>> -- phoebe
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> Liz Henry
> "Without models, it's hard to work; without a context, difficult to
> evaluate; without peers, nearly impossible to speak." -- Joanna Russ
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