It used to exist on the outreach wiki in an infobox. But that was several years ago. As I recall the format was changed by a pair of German editors.
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Does this list exist anywhere yet? I think it's a great idea for people doing this work, because it's an easy way to see what other people are doing and develop your new ideas.
But I also think it would help me. I was looking for such a list (with dates) a few months ago when a Tech Ops project stopped all editing for ~30 minutes twice in the same week for a major maintenance activity. You can easily
understand how a 30-minute outage would ruin a class presentation, if they happen at the same time. But there's no central calendar for either Edu or GLAM projects, so I didn't know who could be affected.
Speaking of which: A similar pair of maintenance-related outages may happen in October or November. Planning has just begun, and the dates are unknown. Announcements will be made via http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Tech/News
Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2016 18:01:34 -0700
From: Pine W <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Wikimedia & GLAM collaboration [Public]"
<email@example.com>, Wikimedia Education
Subject: Re: [Wikimedia Education] [GLAM] WikiVoyage, WikiSource,
WikiSpecies and WikiNews in education and GLAM
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Thanks everyone. I might suggest that we keep a centralized list of
GLAM+STEM and Education projects, probably on the Outreach wiki, to
facilitate awareness and communication. As far as I know, we currently have
no easy way to figure out what projects are planned, are happening, or have
happened. These don't need to be elaborate reports; a simple list of
locations and dates with links to the project pages would be great.
Alex, is this something that you and Tighe could look into coordinating?