I’m creating a dashboard for an ongoing event and am wondering what the best way is to organize this.
The ongoing event would be Wikipedia editing hosted by Boston University Libraries every few months or so.
Would it be easiest for me to have the Libraries as the campaign, and each event have a dashboard?
Or, just have an open-ended dashboard?
I’m researching this but if anyone has experience or examples to share, they’d be appreciated.
Communication, Media, & Film Librarian
Dear Boston Wikipedians,
I’m considering creating a dashboard for our next BULibraries wikipedia event.
Are there any advantages to using this instead of adding event hashtags to posts/edits? We are still in mostly novice editing stage, though I recall the dashboard being easy to use.
Communication, Media, and Film Librarian
In lieu of a US Wikiconf (which is happening as a pair of preconf days in
Montreal next week!) There is a regional gathering in San Diego, October
Information below: it should be a relaxing and energetic time, hosted by
the local wikimedian group.
Hello from sunny San Diego - we'd love to have you come visit!
I won't be able to join the call tonight but wanted to make sure we got
this invite out to you for our October 6-9 WikiConSoCal. Could you forward
this message to anyone in your circles who might be interested?
WikiConSoCal - Allie's Adventures in WikiWonderland
This year we have an unconventional convening in the Balboa Park museum
district of San Diego, and including opportunities to attend and
participate in our big San Diego Maker Faire
<http://sandiego.makerfaire.org>. We are actively looking for members of
the wiki communities to join us, especially wiki community organizers like
We'll be hosting Mad Hatter Tea Party Wiknics with family-friendly
exploration activities throughout the park, all weekend long. Lots of great
opportunities to connect with your fellow wiki peeps, and help us outreach
to our very diverse communities. No previous wiki experience necessary, but
lots of wiki opportunities ready for newcomers to try.
We're now working even more closely with the American Foundation for the
Blind (AFB.org) with plans for including members of our blind communities
as volunteers within our events! We're also outreaching into our Latino and
other marginalized communities. Striving for radical inclusivity in our
volunteer groups. Speak any language besides English? Join our meetup group
to learn more: WikiSoCal & Wikimedians of San Diego
Dr Mel Ganus, EdD, MBA, ADD
CoFounder, WikiSoCal & Quality of Life Experiments
www.qol-x.org & www.wikisocal.org
Samuel Klein @metasj w:user:sj +1 617 529 4266