It also just occurred to me the Wikimedia Australia group on facebook is
another avenue - the membership of the group currently sits at 48, which
would be close the number of actual financial members WMAU has - but there
wouldn't be 100% overlap - we may be able to catch a few more along the
way. Anyway, it is another avenue to publicise our activities. It may even
be a good idea to send a general summary update anyway, perhaps encouraging
them to join as financial members?
On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 9:01 PM, Lloyd Nguyen <zero1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Strike out the spam option and that sounds good. Even if it's a good
> intention that's never a good way to go about it.
> 2009/1/14 Liam Wyatt <liamwy...@gmail.com>:
> > 3) Depending on the number of available spots left we: headhunt specific
> > Sydney Wikipedians on the Sydney-WIkipedian's category (a "ask your
> > approach); We spam on the talkpages of those listed in the
> > sydney-wikipedian's category; We advertise in the Wikiproject Australia
> > noticeboard (and/or similar).
> Always here,
> Lloyd Nguyen
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