Just a reminder folks, looking forward to see you all at the meeting
tomorrow afternoon at Columbia.


On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 4:02 PM, Pharos <pharosofalexand...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Come one, come all!
> Our next meeting for Wikimedia NYC is Sunday March 29 at Columbia University.
> This is a meeting for volunteers to the projects of the non-profit
> Wikimedia Foundation, and everyone else too, who has ever looked at
> Wikipedia and wondered what's going on behind it.
> One big topic of discussion, out of many, will be signing
> incorporation papers for our Wikimedia NYC chapter.
> Other topics will be a review of our recent 'Wikipedia Loves Art'
> events at several museums in our city, our representation at the WMF
> Chapters meeting (and the possibility of applying for WMF grants) and
> Open Everything NYC in April, classes at the New York Public Library
> in May, and discussing issues relevant to Wikipedia and the other
> Wikimedia projects.
> We welcome all guests.  If you support open education and free
> culture, we are your people.  If you have a project you want to work
> on with us, this is a great opportunity to get acquainted. If you want
> someone to give a talk or teach a class with an inside view of
> Wikipedia, meet your volunteers.  And if you just have any questions,
> we'd be glad to try to answer them.
> Remember, the agenda here is up to you!  I encourage anyone who is
> interested to sign up to give a presentation or suggest a topic for
> general discussion at our wikimeetup page (given below).
> ---Meeting details---
> 2:30 PM - 5:00PM:
> Room 1402 Pupin Hall, Columbia University. Take the elevator to the
> 13th floor and then walk up one flight of stairs. Meeting to be held
> in the library at the east end of the hall.
> 5:00 PM onwards:
> Meetup at Pupin Hall, and then walk together to The Symposium, a local
> Greek restaurant with an oddly appropriate name..
> Page on Wikipedia:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Meetup/NYC
> You can officially 'sign up' at that page, and please add your ideas
> to the agenda!
> Thanks,
> Pharos

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