The next Cambridge meetup will be on 29 September, with the usual meetup social occasion 3 pm to 6 pm, with optional pub visit afterwards. There will be a workshop 1 pm to 3 pm beforehand, on the ScienceSource project: see John Lubbock's blogpost
If that leaves you with unanswered questions - well, you'd better come along.
See https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Meetup/Cambridge/38 for the signup page. We're back in central Cambridge at 16 Mill Lane, in the Makespace community workshop. Jo Brook who is the ScienceSource developer is also involved in Makespace, and will be able to show people around the laser cutters, 3D printers and other interesting kit.
September is here- which means that submissions are now open for your
photos- to be entered into the running for Wiki Loves Monuments 2018!
It is incredibly easy to submit your photos through the interactive
monument map <https://tools.wmflabs.org/wlmuk/#/> (which I can vouch for
having just test- uplaoded few images in the space of a minute)- and if
you're not sure what to enter, there are a few hints in Andy Chopper's post
We look forward to seeing your photos in the running!
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