for your information, Wikimedia Nederland is working on a a combination of
some events around January 15th, and has set up a committee to organize more
events throughout the year. As these ideas will develop further, you will
see them appear in our chapters reports. We plan to have a year of
activities roughly - some of which we would have done anyway, some of which
Around the 15th, we will organize:
* A boot camp for museum employees on how to write Wikipedia articles 13-15
* A hackathon 14-15
* A newyear reception/party/whatever-you-call-it on the 15th
All of these in or around one of the museums of Amsterdam (still
* The deadlines will be flexible, but right now we're looking at
disbursing grants at the end of Sept and the end of October.
I hope to have more info about the grants process to share in the next few
days or early next week so interested organizations can post and share their
proposals and think about how to use the funds.
Have I missed this being posted somewhere?
It just reminds me of CafePress. I agree it's a good idea, BTW.
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寄件者： "Jay Walsh" <jwalsh(a)wikimedia.org>
日期： 周六, 9 月 11 日, 2010 年 3:32 上午
主旨： [WikiX-l] Wikipedia Loves Threadless 10-year t-shirt challenge
A great way to centralize the creation of designs - for sure.
I'll do a bit of research with a few contacts I have at threadless as well. They might be able to open things up a bit for something this significant.
On Sep 10, 2010, at 12:09 PM, Casey Brown wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 3:26 AM, Lodewijk <lodewijk(a)effeietsanders.org> wrote:
>> Definitely, do it! I would like to suggest that we ask for a design that can
>> also be (semi-)applied or intra/extrapolated to other swag such as mugs etc.
>> to fit the needs in each country.
> Indeed, and it would also be important to mention licensing requirements.
> Casey Brown
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