Vibhi,
As far as I know, the Chapter, is registered in K'taka and as per K'taka
rules you need to be above 18 to be a part of it. I'm pretty sure this age
rule is commons throughout the country. If it is, even if you do get a
chapter, you'll have to wait 5 years to be a member.
You're13. The same age, I was when I joined Wikipedia.
I suggest you concentrate on your edits.
I see you have good language skills, why don't you focus on local
wikiprojects?
Or help me translate Huggle to Hindi or Samskrit?
Have a look: http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Huggle/Localization

Arun, Naveen, and I had held a Samskrit academy last year in Bangalore.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Academy/India/2010/Bangalore1
The people who attended it are still active on Samskrit Wikipedia. Get in
touch with Arun or me, we can plug you into their Google Group.

Are you interested in Photography?
Or editing images? Maps perhaps?
Get in touch with PlaneMad, Logicwiki, SBC-YPR, naveenpf or me, we can
collectively contribute to the Commons.

If you are interested in bird watching, I'm pretty sure User:Shyamal will be
more than happy to help you identify  birds and upload pictures.

Or are you into coding?
Get in touch with Logicwiki, Tinucherian or Yuvipanda.
I'm pretty sure you can improve your edits and contributions thru these
channels.

My best wishes to you.

--Regards,
SR.


On 6 June 2011 13:02, Bishakha Datta <bishakhada...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
>
> On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 12:57 PM, Srikanth Ramakrishnan <
> rsrikant...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Bishakha,
>>
>> Just to point out, our community was going super strong in the first half
>> of 2009, before our first meetup at Tinu Cherian's house in July 2009. We
>> were colaborating, discussing and working together, on Wikipedia itself.
>> Without the mailing list, knowing each other, offline, on Facebook or
>> Twitter ...
>> Ask anyone in the Banglore community, purely by using Users talk pages we
>> got several GA and FA level articles. Gdibyendu, SBC-YPR, me and Logicwiki
>> got Transport in India elevated to GA, without knowing each other offline.
>>
> Got it - didn't mean to suggest offline better than online.
>
> Totally agree on the basic point: building a strong community, by any means
> necessary.
>
> Best
> Bishakha
>
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