Hi all,

WikiConference North America 2019 will be taking place in Boston, Massachusetts on Friday, November 8 through Monday, November 11.


Plans are under way for our annual Culture Crawl, hackathon and programming days. We're also teaming up with and are thrilled to have the support of the Credibility Coalition to put on a great event with reliability as a central theme.

Session proposals are open! We are pleased to announce that we are accepting submissions for WCNA lectures, panels, workshops, etc. Visit our submissions page on the conference wiki to learn more and start your submission. Submissions are due by September 20th (or September 27th for academic proposals).


Scholarship applications are also open! You can apply for a scholarship from September 1st through September 20th. Everything you need to know about the scholarship -the criteria, application timeline, evaluation process, a FAQ section, as well as a link to the application form- are available on our scholarship page.


If you'd like to stay tuned on social media, you can follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

See you in Boston in November!

On behalf of WikiConference North America,
Kevin Payravi
SuperHamster on-wiki