Oooo Buttons. How about a few of the giant Wikipedia stickers? Those are
always favorites (and generally hidden away for good measure).
Anyways, I was curious myself if anything was going to be happening this
year. So I'm totally game to help out how ever is needed. I can gather
desktop computers to be used (if someone can find monitors) and related
networking gear - should it be useful.
On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 12:40, Jay Walsh <jwa...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
> There actually is an 'education' day beforehand where exhibitors can
> get in front of a massive school audience.
> I think aligning with any other volunteer groups would be fab too -
> students for free culture? EFF and creative commons will probably
> have tables set up there. Being close by would make a lot of sense.
> Wish I could commit some more resources, but I can say that this time
> next year we should be in a better position to have people and stuff
> to share.
> That being said, I could probably provide a few more bags of buttons
> Jay Walsh
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> On Mar 18, 2009, at 11:42 AM, Samuel Klein wrote:
> > wait, wait -- could you import a busload of children from the rural
> > bayosphere? I bet they would feature a school fieldtrip as part of
> > their educational program...
> > On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 2:36 PM, Cary Bass <c...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
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> >>> MF was amazing. where else can you get firebreathing robots and
> >>> sockpuppet-making kits? I hope to come out again.
> >>> Was wikihow there last year? How about "how to share great maker
> >>> ideas", with a double booth shared with wikihow, showing off neat
> >>> wikiversity tutorials, maker-style wikibook drafts, and where to
> >>> publish amazing animated diagrams and schematics? You could
> >>> highlight some of the fine illustrations from recent contests /
> >>> from the philg project...
> >>> SJ
> >> And a sockpuppet-making workshop!
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