Five terrific Wikipedians made it to last April’s meetup in Vancouver. We had a good informal gathering, and we would like to meet more regularly. The next Vancouver meetup will be on Sunday, June 9. We will meet at 10 AM at Kafka's Coffee and Tea, 2525 Main Street. I hope to see you there.
Jean-Philippe, if you could please put this on the Wikimedia Canada calendar, that would be great.
I’m organizing an informal get-together in Vancouver for Sunday, April 14. It’s been a very long time since our last one.
We’ll meet at 10 AM at 49th Parallel Coffee, which is at 2902 Main Street (https://www.yelp.ca/biz/49th-parallel-coffee-vancouver-3). There’s no particular topic or agenda. I'm doing some research about Wikipedia group dynamics and would like to chat about your editing experiences, if anyone wants to share. If you can’t make it but can get together some other time, please let me know.
Hope to see some of you there :)
Good day all,
For those of you on the Canadian side of the border (or those of you
interested in activities in the Canadian side), I would like to invite you
to join our new mailing list for wiki activities in Canada:
Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions,
Hello, first an apology; I have been away for conferences the last two
weekends, & the initial email notification came during the first, the
second during the second conference. I did not see this until yesterday
upon my return from the Wikimedia Summit 2019 in Berlin.
On Saturday, April 6, 2019 , 1–5pm, the Jacob Lawrence Gallery at the UW
Seattle campus is hosting an Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon. You can find details
at these links:
After two weekends away, including travel to and from Berlin, I am planning
a quiet weekend with friends. If any of you in the Seattle area can come to
the edit-a-thon so that we can have a Cascadia Wikimedia presence and
experienced Wikipedians, that would be great! In particular, any one who
happens to have, or who can get, the Event Coordinator role might be
I will add this event to the on-wiki Seattle meetup page this evening.