Hello fellow Wikimedians, librarians, and bibliophiles,
I hope you are doing alright and staying healthy in this new year. The
January round of the 2022 1Lib1Ref <https://1lib1ref.org/> starts on the
21st birthday of Wikipedia,15th January, and will run until 5th February.
I am thrilled to share that 2 more languages from the CEE region have been
added to the list of languages supported by the CitationHunt tool over the
holidays, which makes it a total of 9 new languages added for the upcoming
round of the campaign. Huge thanks for the volunteer efforts of Guilherme
Gonçalves <https://github.com/eggpi> and Gorana Gomirac
As always, participation is pretty simple. All you need to do is add more
references to Wikipedia articles, type #1lib1ref in the Edit Summary. In
case you are a newbie and would like to learn how to add references to
Wikipedia articles, Open Foundation West Africa <https://ofwafrica.org/> is
hosting an online Citation Masterclass on 14th January at 4 PM UTC. Sign up
If you are already familiar with editing Wikipedia and would like to
experiment a bit, we are piloting a couple of contribution methods for
in the January 2022 round.
*If you are an organizer, remember to add your local events to the campaign
so we can learn and track activities happening across the world.*
Check the blogpost for more information about the campaign :
See you all in a couple of days!
Satdeep Gill (pronouns - he, him)
GLAM and Culture
Wikimedia Foundation <https://wikimediafoundation.org/>