Great work !!
And a nice report too!!

Is it possible to have some followup events for this activity. Some
women meetup every 2-3 months will be a good way to keep everyone in
touch and to have better interaction.

Congrats to all the volunteers, co-ordinators and participants for a
successful event.
Keep up the good work!!

Regards
-Sudhanwa


On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 4:05 PM, Krutikaa Jawanjal <krutika...@gmail.com> wrote:
> A Day Spent well.
>
> The Wikipedia Women Workshop which took place on November, 4th 2012 in
> Vidyalankar Institute of Technology (VIT), Wadala was indeed a
> success.
>
> The people who volunteered in organizing this workshop were Bishakha
> Datta, Moksh Juneja, Karthik Nadar, Pranav Curumsey, Pradeep Mohandas,
> Anshuman Fotedar, Aditi Juneja, Harriet Vidyasagar, Nikita Belavate,
> Netra Parikh, Noopur Raval, Netha Hussain.  All discussions and
> planning done while organizing this workshop for women paid off. In
> all, 70+ women participants attended the workshop.
>
> The workshop started with a short introduction after which, wasting no
> time, the women participants moved on to learning how to edit
> Wikipedia which was though by the present on ground volunteers. The
> participants were were divided in groups and every group had to create
> a new article which wasn't already available on Wikipedia. In the
> process, women interacted with the volunteers, asked question
> regarding Wikipedia. Every group at least had added introduction to
> the new article.
>
> Having done with the basic editing, a general presentation on
> Wikipedia was given by some of the volunteers. This was followed by
> question and answers regarding the same. By this time, it was already
> 1.30pm, so the lunch was announced. After having lunch, the
> participants got back to their seats. Pretty much everybody stayed
> back post lunch. Moksh continued with teaching how to edit Wikipedia.
> This time it wasn't it in groups though. "References" and "Notability"
> were the main topics that were covered in this session.
>
> Anshuman and Karthik then proceeded  with teaching photo uploads on
> Wikipedia. Quiz was conducted towards the end and Wikipedia-Tshirts
> were given as prizes for giving right answers. Karthik, then also
> showcased the winning images of Wiki Loves Momunents 2012 India. The
> long day came to an end with an overwhelming response and a call for
> organizing many such activities. The feedback received was positive.
> The participants enjoyed the workshop.
>
> We are thankful to everybody who made this event a great one. Thanks
> to all the volunteers. Special thanks to Moksh and Karthik who went
> out of the way to get everything arranged before hand at the venue, to
> Netha and Noopur for making it to the workshop and for working hand in
> hand with the Mumbai Community, to Srikanth Ramakrishnan who
> constantly stayed in touch for online help.
>
> Special thanks to whole Vidyalankar team. Vishwas Deshpande, Founder
> of Vidyalankar, who gave us an opportunity to to do the Mumbai's first
> Wiki Workshop for Women at Vidyalankar. Milind Tadvalkar (Director)
> and Seema Shah (Principal), Jayprakash Kurmi and Vivek and the
> complete IT Team at VIT, Mahesh from Canteen for an awesome Pav Bhaji
> for Lunch. Another thanks to Netra Parikh, for giving us enough place
> at her office, Pinstorm, for all out pre-meetings. Thanks to all.
>
>
> Regards,
> Krutikaa Jawanjal
>
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