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Sujet : Re: [Wren] Re: WREN or GLAM Wiki panel for Wikimania?
Date : Sun, 31 Mar 2024 18:42:50 +0200
De : Florence Devouard <fdevouard@gmail.com>
Pour : wren@lists.wikimedia.org <wren@lists.wikimedia.org>

Hello collegues

I have submitted a 55 mn slot.

You may see it here : https://wikimania.eventyay.com/2024/talk/review/EGFJNMN3MF8FNGJSPKANFCELC7FEA9ZY
I have favored efficiency and mostly reuse the text we made last year. Any feedback for change... please tell me.

It is technically not yet possible to add the "additional speakers". Same situation than last year I guess. When this becomes available, I'll add those interested as co-speakers.



Le 28/03/2024 à 16:00, Martin Poulter a écrit :
Hi all, I will definitely be there and would love to assist with any WIR meetups/panels. My perspective is that I'm a WIR in a private art collection  and also that I'm funded to promote cultural diversity generally, not just relating to a specific collection. I am going to put in my own proposal for a session about my work  to maximise the chance that my employer will pay for the trip.


Dr Martin L Poulter   (he/him)


From: Florence Devouard <fdevouard@gmail.com>
Sent: 28 March 2024 14:54
To: wren@lists.wikimedia.org <wren@lists.wikimedia.org>
Subject: [Wren] Re: WREN or GLAM Wiki panel for Wikimania?


So so far, we do have
* Andrew talk about GLAM CSI
* Possibly a roundtable with at least Jamie, Lane, Andrew and myself (anyone else interested ?)
* A peer to peer WIR meetup for networking (which may be conflated with the above in fact... meet-ups spots are often a bit challenging at Wikimania; easier to set-up in smaller conferences)

Anyone else ?


Le 27/03/2024 à 03:13, Andrew Lih a écrit :
I'll be there too! I am going to propose a session related to my new project which I'm happy to expand to include others or we could propose another one dedicated to another wikimedian in residence topic. 

-Andrew Lih
Smithsonian Institution - Wikimedian at Large
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Wikimedia strategist
Previously: professor of journalism and communications, American University, Columbia University, University of Southern California

On Wed, Mar 27, 2024 at 4:39 AM Lane Rasberry <lanerasberry@gmail.com> wrote:
I will be there

I talked last year; would join and support a session but others should talk.

Instead of a session or in addition to a session would like a wiki in residence meetup for peer to peer networking

Lane Rasberry

On Tue, Mar 26, 2024 at 12:00 PM Jamie Flood <jamie.flood2@gmail.com> wrote:
I will also be there in person! I’d be interested in joining. If we wanted to talk about tools I would gladly share about View It! 


On Tue, Mar 26, 2024 at 11:16 AM Florence Devouard <fdevouard@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello all

Turns out that I will be attending Wikimania afterall.

So same question than last year really...

Did someone already submitted a proposition about WREN and WIR ?

If not... anyone interested for a joint effort ? in presence or distance.

Here is a link to last year submission : https://wikimania.wikimedia.org/wiki/2023:Program/GLAM,_Heritage,_and_Culture/WDZBPN-Learn_and_discuss_with_member_of_the_Wikimedians_in_Residence_Exchange_Network

Some thoughts

1) Related to WIPO, 3 years down the line... what worked... what did not work... what the plans are

2) Update about the tools and Wikimedia metrics issues.

3) Cool initiatives in Europe ?

4) Topics recently raised by Blace - to be discussed during Wikimedia Summit. Lessons from those discussions ? More proactive position in WM 2030 strategy implementation ?

What do you think ?


On Tue, Mar 14, 2023 at 1:28 PM Florence Devouard <fdevouard@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello all

One year later... I would like to invite potential attendees for a shared submission proposition to Wikimania about WREN and WIR. Possibly more a panel type of submission than separated presentations.

Any one interested to join on drafting such a submission on a shared doc ?