Congratulation on the usergroup application, and great to see the meta
page, and the continuing strong track record of wiki-activism from the Land
of 10,000 Lakes.
In addition to setting up the meta page, was the actual application
submitted as well?
Let me know if you good folks ever need help from our Wikimedia NYC chapter.
On Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 4:48 PM, <gobon...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Minnesota Wikimedians,
> At the meetup last Saturday we submitted an application to be recognized
> as a user group, Wikimedia Minnesota User Group (WMUG). Please add your
> name to the user group page
> <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Minnesota_User_Group> on Meta
> if you are interested.
> I'd also like to invite you to join us for some of our upcoming events:
> February 11: An edit-a-thon focusing on artists from marginalized
> communities will be held at the Loft Literary Center on Thursday, February
> 11 from 6-8pm. Sign up here
> March 5: The annual Art+Feminism edit-a-thon will be held at Minneapolis
> Central Library on Saturday, March 5 from 11 to 5. Sign up here
> To prepare we'll be doing a "train the trainers" session at the library on
> February 22 at 4pm. Contact me if you are interested in being involved.
> There will also be an edit-a-thon on June 18
> for Wiki Loves Pride at the Minneapolis Central Library. Another event on
> the horizon is a scan-a-thon of National Register files with the Minnesota
> Historical Society.
> Jason (User:Gobonobo)
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