[WMCEE-l] CEE meeting 2013?

Raul Veede raul.veede at gmail.com
Sun Sep 22 11:00:38 CEST 2013


Good work!

Raul


On Sun, Sep 22, 2013 at 9:36 AM, Samat <samat78 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Kiril,
>
> I like your proposal.
>
> Thanks for your work!
>
> Best,
> Samat
>
>
>
>
> On Sun, Sep 22, 2013 at 2:26 AM, Kiril Simeonovski <
> kiril.simeonovski at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> Since we're in a hurry to come out with a programme for this year's
>> conference, I decided to make a draft schedule extracting some of the
>> proposals that have been recently discussed and received largest support
>> from the potential attendees. My suggestion is to have a two-day conference
>> with an option of having additional day for open thematic discussions or
>> pre-conference activities. I think it's difficult at this stage to squeeze
>> new proposals and find competent speakers and facilitators to fulfill
>> another day. Note that last year we also had a two-day conference. The
>> draft version of my proposal is as follows:
>>
>> 15 November 2013 (Day 1)
>>
>> 09:30 Walk-in
>> 10:00 Opening
>> 10:45 Break
>> 11:00 From small group to a Wikimedia Chapter/How to start a project?
>> 12:30 Break
>> 12:45 Chapters Dialogue
>> 14:00 Lunch
>> 15:00 Thematic organizations/Non-Wikimedian funds
>> 16:00 Break
>> 16:15 Best time for chapters professionalization/Don't try this at home
>> 17:15 Summary of the day
>> 18:00 Wrap up
>>
>> 16 November 2013 (Day 2)
>>
>> 09:30 Walk-in
>> 10:00 Introduction of the day
>> 10:15 Wikimedia Education Program/Science GLAM
>> 11:30 Break
>> 11:45 Wiki Loves Earth/Wiki takes ... photographs
>> 12:45 Break
>> 13:00 News from Wikidata/Translation of content
>> 14:00 Lunch
>> 15:00 Working groups (six proposals for three working)
>> 15:45 Report back
>> 16:00 Break
>> 16:15 Closing
>> 17:00 Wrap up
>>
>> The concept follows the schedule for the last year's conference, with the
>> first day focusing on the organizational issues and the second day on the
>> different types of projects and initiatives across the movement. Some of
>> the interesting topics that are worth discussing in the working groups may
>> include: Community and chapters relations, Content disputes about
>> historical and political affairs, Development of the other Wikimedia
>> projects, Things in common, How to promote Wikipedia?, Wikimedia and
>> external relationships).
>>
>> Please feel free to suggest changes if you think they're necessary.
>>
>> Best regards,
>>
>> Kiril
>>
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