Just added a lightning talk proposal "CC World University and School adding
CC MIT OCW in 7 languages into CC Wikidata - and then into CC Wikipedia?" -
I might also explore facilitating open space sessions for both a) "Queries"
and b) "Citoid" re Wikipedia from Wikidata, building on these:
partly to learn about these myself. But I'd look for someone to
co-facilitate these, since I don't know them very well myself.
Suggestions for people for co-facilitating these?
On Wed, Jan 4, 2017 at 12:22 AM, J. <j.blackm...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, y'all. All hands on deck! Bay Area WikiSalon is hosting a Wikipedia
> Day 16 in SF on January 15, and we could use some planning help in making
> it more interesting, fun, and useful. Please add your ideas to the event
> page - it's a wiki!
> We would also like to run an edit-a-thon in the corner of the lounge
> during the party. Anybody up for coordinating that?
> Please edit our event page directly so we can start advertising right
> away! We could also use a video to run during setup and for early arrivals.
> Got any ideas? Also, please start thinking about ways of promoting this.
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