What about sending something to her family aknowledging her engagement in the wikimedia
movement? We did that for Coyau in France.
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> Le 17 mai 2021 à 00:00, J Hayes <slowking4(a)gmail.com> a écrit :
> virtual memorials are fine, and we could do an editathon in her name
> as we did for Kevin,
> but i think we should organize some scholarships / stipends in her name.
> i will raise this at Wikimedia DC meeting in June. if anyone else is
> interested, let me know.
> Jim Hayes
>> On Sun, May 16, 2021 at 2:32 PM <ciell.wikipedia(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Very sorry to hear about their passing.
>> I've been involved with handling the 'administrative side' for a few
Wikimedians from the Dutch community we lost last year, and the people that handle the
en-Wikipedia page saw my edits and reached out to me and asked if I could write a small in
memorial about two of them who also were internationally active: the team is quite
pro-active in this. The in memorials were published in the English Signpost.
>> Also, since a few years Jimmy mentions the people we lost as a movement in his
speech on Wikimania (after an email on wikimedia-l, and maybe other places, to share the
usernames of the people we lost in the past year) and we even had a small memorial site at
Wikimania 2019. Very nicely done, under a tree, in the grass field next to the main
>> I guess every community needs to find it's own way in this, the en-wp page is
imho a good point to start if you would like to create a page for your lost ones.
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