Thanks to Wikimedia UK and the board (old and new) for a fascinating
afternoon in Manchester yesterday - and for the opportunity to witter on
about the BBC and open media. FWIW, as an outsider, and a veteran of
many committees and groups, I saw enthusiasm and real professionalism
from members and board (I also joined up!). Well done to all.

I took some pictures, which are here:

Do me a favour and add notes and tags etc., especially names. Some pics
didn't come out because I am an idiot - apologies if you're apparently


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> -----Original Message-----
> From: 
> [] On Behalf 
> Of James Farrar
> Sent: 26 April 2009 18:17
> To:
> Subject: [Wikimediauk-l] New Board elected
> (Posting this on the train home. The full details will no 
> doubt be provided by Secretary Turvey in a timely manner...)
> The following seven individuals have been elected by the AGM 
> of Wiki UK Limited (Wikimedia UK) to serve as the Board of 
> Directors for
> 2009/2010:
> Zeyi He
> Thomas Holden
> Michael Peel
> Joseph Seddon
> Andrew Turvey
> Steve Virgin
> Paul Williams
> Both on behalf of my fellow Teller James Humphreys and for 
> myself, I would like to congratulate these seven, and 
> commiserate Thomas Dalton, who was unsuccessful. I would also 
> like to thank the membership - the turnout was over 80%, 
> which is a more than creditable performance.
> James Farrar
> Teller, Wikimedia UK
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