Looking forward to learn more about your interest,- For whomever might be interested, we published a 'handbook' last year, which explains to GLAMs (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) why an edit-a-thon makes sense and which explains to Wikipedians why Fashion is (one of many) such an interesting topic. You can find it via: https://blog.wikimedia.org/2014/04/09/europeana-fashion-handbook-to-bring-wiki-and-glams-together/Hi Béria,- I CC'd my esteemed colleague Anabela, from MUDE, who is the go-to person for any questions about location, mission and, ultimately, fashion history!
Good to hear from you! As I'm speaking to the list then (hello list!) two observations:
with warm regards,
ErwinOn Wed, Sep 17, 2014 at 5:43 PM, Béria Lima <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Erwin,I'm passing your message to our general list so you can talk with all of us (only 2 people see monitorize the e-mail to where you sed your message).Best Regards,_____
Imagine um mundo onde é dada a qualquer pessoa a possibilidade de ter livre acesso ao somatório de todo o conhecimento humano. Ajude-nos a construir esse sonho.2014-09-17 11:43 GMT-03:00 Erwin Verbruggen <email@example.com>:Hi,
I tried calling your office but didn't receive a response. My name is Erwin Verbruggen, I work at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision and we are a partner in the European cultural project Europeana Fashion. In the framework of this project we cooperate with the MUDE museum in Lisbon.
With the project, we've now organised seven edit-a-thons in different cities across Europe and would like to work with you on organising one in Lisbon. Would someone from the Wikimedia GLAMwiki volunteers be available to talk about a potential collaboration?