Oh, man, that would be neat. Would you know how to set something for
that up, or who would? (Nevermind that we already had a WLL - we can
have another! Or something.)
And yeah, we definitely need to work on organising things better and
getting word out ahead of time. For this thing we just had a small group
mostly with librarians and folks and discussed sourcey things, which was
cool, but by no means the extent of what we might hope for.
On 04/11/2012 16:15, Neal McBurnett wrote:
Wow - thanks for organizing! How did it go?
Unfortunately, I missed this entirely. I didn't notice the email (I've now fixed
my mail filters, so I'll probably see future posts).
Next time, I suggest a bit more notice, coordinating with the library folks, having
something cool, like a special viewing of the Rosetta Disk at the CU Library Special
Collections department, and having them help get the word out.
You can't open the rosetta disk up without special permission, thus the idea for a
special event. Learn more about it e.g. here:
Neal McBurnett http://neal.mcburnett.org/
On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 at 11:05:25AM -0400, Gaurav Vaidya wrote:
On 26 October 2012 10:39, Gaurav Vaidya <gaurav(a)ggvaidya.com> wrote:
> Wikipedia Loves Libraries will be at Norlin Library, CU Boulder, this
> Thursday! The focus is going to be mainly on primary resources, but
> come on down to meet with other local Wikipedians! It'll be on
> Thursday, November 1, at 4pm.
> I'm going to be doing a presentation on "your first edit" on
> Wikipedia, covering the absolute basics of using the Sandbox, the edit
> page, previewing your changes before committing and taking part in
> conversations on Wikipedia. Lisa suggested that this might be more
> interesting if multiple editors presented this -- giving multiple
> perspectives and giving us a chance to show off our diversity. Any
> volunteers? Let me know!
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