This is just a quick reminder of the up coming Wikimedia ZA AGM on Saturday
the 12th November 2016 in Cape Town.
The AGM is open to anyone with an interest in Wikipedia or related projects
such as Wiki Commons, Open Street Map, Wiki Voyage and so on.
- Location: Spin Street House <http://www.spinstreet.co/>, 8 Spin
Street, Cape Town city centre.
- Date: Saturday, 12 November 2016
- Time: 10:00 - 13:00
- Parking: Best to park at either the small parking lot at Mostert
Street nearby or at the free parking lot
<https://www.google.co.za/maps/@-33.9278169,18.423642,18z> on Caledon
Street four blocks away.
If you want to attend digitally (from anywhere in the world) then please
email me and I will add you to the Google hangout to attend digitally that
We are also organising a celebration event nearby in the afternoon after
the AGM to celebrate Afrikaans Wikipedia's 15th birthday. Everyone
attending the AGM as well as anyone associated with Afrikaans Wikipedia
especially and other language Wikipedias generally are welcome to join.
Douglas Ian Scott
South African mobile number: +27 (0)79 515 8727
In 2014 a team of researchers set off on a project, supported by SUPSI and UCT to provide primary learners with the necessary information on Wikipedia to complete the cycle of primary education in their language of choice.
We invite you to join us as this project comes to an end to discuss the methodology, findings and models for replication.
Kindly RSVP via Eventbrite<https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/wikipedia-primary-school-the-way-forward-ticket…>.
We look forward to welcoming you to the event.
University of Cape Town - Faculty of Law
Phone: +27 (0)83 400 8521
Skype : theresa_hume
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Intellectual Property Unit - www.ip-unit.org
Open AIR - www.openair.org.za
Centre of Criminology - www.criminology.uct.ac.za
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