I, too, like writing/editing in company. I'm definitely interested in
getting together regularly! Since I live 20 minutes north of Berkeley, any
considerations regarding (free/cheap) parking would be deeply appreciated.
On Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 8:32 AM, Karen Coyle <kco...@kcoyle.net> wrote:
> Some people like to sit in cafes while they work "alone", others prefer to
> be alone at home. Same with editing. Some people like to do it in company,
> others not.
> Speaking of editing in company, I would love to find an informal but
> pleasing venue where people can stop in, have a beer, and join others who
> are editing, without having to organize something more formal. Although I
> find value in holding editing sessions in the local libraries, it can be
> hard to book the rooms, and once there the environment is a bit sterile.
> I'm in Berkeley and there are some cafes that have wifi, coffee, beer, and
> food. Is anyone else interested in a kind of "Wednesday nights at xx" or
> something like that?
> (obviously someone who likes to edit in company)
> On 6/23/14, 8:18 AM, Wjhonson wrote:
>> I don't really understand the point of going to Editathons
>> I can sit at home and edit.
>> Maybe someone needs to post pictures and reviews and so on to encourage
>> how fun it is, or whatever it is....
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Saehrimnir <saehrim...@gmx.net>
>> To: wikimedia-sf <email@example.com>
>> Sent: Sun, Jun 22, 2014 8:25 pm
>> Subject: [Wikimedia-SF] Anybody out there
>> this is the lamest mailing list I ever subscribed to and probably the
>> wikimedian meetup group with the highest moment of inertia compared to
>> its size (I know physics is not on my side here, but thats OK it never
>> really is) I have been part of.
>> Don't get me wrong I know that anyone I met so far in this Community
>> does some amazing and impressive projects inside and outside of the
>> wikimedia universe. And I realize that the fourth dimension is the most
>> limited and that hanging out with other people at Edithatons has to be
>> weighted against this other projects. But there is also statistics if it
>> would take the amount of Editors from more than 7 million Inhabitants to
>> make a event every other month nothing would ever take place in Germany.
>> For instance Stephen LaPorte proposed a meetup next saturday a
>> Edithathon at the Foundation (Stephen is that dead already?) and no one
>> even looked at the Page. The Wicnik is 2 weeks away and there is some
>> interest but neither place nor food wich are at least in my opinion some
>> important part of an Picknick.
>> OK enough Rant back to you Silence.
>> Knowledge should be free!
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