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From: Adam Baso <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, Feb 23, 2017 at 7:05 AM
Subject: CREDIT showcase Wednesday 1-March-2017
To: Wikimedia developers <firstname.lastname@example.org.
org>Hi!I'd like to welcome you to join us at the CREDIT showcase next week, Wednesday, 1-March-2017 at 1900 UTC / 1100 Pacific Time. We'd like to see your demos, whether they're rough works in progress or polished production material, or even just a telling of something you've been studying recently. For more information on the upcoming event, as well as recordings of previous events, please visit the following page:And if you'd like to share the news about the upcoming CREDIT showcase, here's some suggested verbiage. Thanks! -AdamHi <FNAME>I hope all is well with you! I wanted to let you know about CREDIT, a monthly demo series that we’re running to showcase open source tech projects from Wikimedia’s Community, Reading, Editing, Discovery, Infrastructure and Technology teams.CREDIT is open to the public, and we welcome questions and discussion. The next CREDIT will be held on March 1st at 11am PT / 2pm ET / 19:00 UTC.There’s more info on MediaWiki, and on Etherpad, which is where we take notes and ask questions. You can also ask questions on IRC in the Freenode chatroom #wikimedia-office (web-based access here). Links to video will become available at these locations shortly before the event.Please feel free to pass this information along to any interested folks. Our projects tend to focus on areas that might be of interest to folks working across the open source tech community: language detection, numerical sort, large data visualizations, maps, and all sorts of other things.If you have any questions, please let me know! Thanks, and I hope to see you at CREDIT.YOURNAME