Hi Jamie

Both links are 404 ?



Le 10/04/2024 à 07:59, Jamie Flood a écrit :
Hi folks,

I have submitted two:


One is about View it! tool and one is about Wikimedia Indiana and shouting out WCNA/ our planning for that. 

On Wed, Apr 10, 2024 at 12:41 AM Andrew Lih <andrew.lih@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Florence, thanks for that!

I don't think there is any way yet to add speakers. I hope that gets resolved later when submissions are accepted.

BTW, if folks have other GLAM related submissions it may be useful to folks to send them here. I'll include one below that I submitted:

GLAM CSI (Contributor Study Initiative) Workshop on Documenting Wiki User Stories: From Insight to Action 

This session will introduce the GLAM CSI (Contributor Study Initiative), an ongoing 2024 project analyzing Wikimedia's contribution pipeline for cultural and heritage collaborations. Discover the documented "user stories" collected by the project so far and contribute additional "user journeys" in a workshop to pinpoint critical areas for Wikimedia engagement, empowering volunteers, Wikimedians in residence, and GLAM Wiki participants. (See: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/GLAM_CSI)


On Mon, Apr 8, 2024 at 1:02 PM Florence Devouard <fdevouard@gmail.com> wrote:


I can not remember if I posted the link to the Wikimania proposal : https://wikimania.eventyay.com/2024/talk/review/EGFJNMN3MF8FNGJSPKANFCELC7FEA9ZY

I still have not found out how to add co-speakers... does anyone know ?



Le 02/04/2024 à 03:02, Andrew Lih a écrit :
Hi all, 

Deadline is approaching, though I have it on decent authority that the deadline will be extended at least a few days.

I'm happy to be part of the WREN roundtable focusing on WiR challenges/approaches, though since I'm proposing some other sessions, I'm happy to take a "back seat" on this one and defer to others.

Note that there is also "yet another" GLAM panel organized with Sandra Fauconnier, Susanna Anas, Larissa Borck and others re: "Towards a cultural commons..." which has overlap with WiR but with a particular focus.

I still find the closing words of Lane Rasberry and Mike Dickison from last year's Wikimania panel ringing in my ears: 

"There's a problem in that the free tools that we use to measure impact are broken... they are broken because it's no one's job to maintain them. Our livelihoods and jobs depend on this. Institutions are canceling Wikimedian in residence contracts because there's now no way to demonstrate impact. This is a critically important problem for the community to discuss. We need some solutions. We need commitment. We need commitment from the foundation otherwise the job of a Wikimedian in residence will disappear."

So one aspect of the panel could be to reassess the situation in light of this comment, in 2024.

Last year's session page: