I have access to 2 video-capable cameras that I can bring, but
1. One of them will need a high capacity memory card, preferably at least
32 GB, and UHS-I or UHS-II.
2. Both of them will need tripods. I have a tripod but packing it into my
luggage would be a problem.
Is there anyone who could loan the memory card and/or tripods?
I believe that there will be some official video at the conference, but I'm
not sure if that will extend to every session, so I'm planning to bring
these two. I've contacted James but because time is running short I'm
posting here also.
Good news. (:
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Pine W" <wiki.pine(a)gmail.com>
Date: Oct 29, 2015 12:48 AM
Subject: "Harvard Law Library Readies Trove of Decisions for Digital Age"
To: "Wikimedia Mailing List" <Wikimedia-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>, "Jake
Cc: "Wikimedia Legal" <legal(a)wikimedia.org>
Good news for open access:
I hope that Wikimedians will get access to the collection via TWL. (:
Our New York City event for wikipedia Day in January is looking to take on
an unconference format, and link by video regionally and globally with
similar events sharing lightning talks from different cities.
The question remains though, should we do this Friday January 15, or that
perhaps more conveniently that weekend, Saturday January 16 or Sunday
The input of other locations would be appreciated, let's settle on a common
Please comment here: