The third set of WikiD Wikipedia writing workshops is coming up in Melbourne, Berlin and New York. Please join us to keep increasing the number of women architects on Wikipedia.
Melbourne: Saturday, 14 November, 11am –4pm
Australian Institute of Architects Architext cafe, 41 Exhibition Street Melbourne, VIC 3000
We’ll start with a presentation about how to write and edit Wikipedia entries, then you can stay for however long suits and start writing in good company and with help at hand. (Bring your laptop and charger.) We’ll also provide a light lunch to snack on as we go, and drinks to celebrate at the end.
Berlin: Sunday, 8 November 10, 12 noon–6pm
Wikimedia Deutschland, Templehofer Ufer 23–24, 10963 Berlin, Level 1, Alphabet room.
Find out more and sign up here.
New York: Saturday, 14 November, 12 noon–6pm
Center for Architecture @ the Seaport Culture District, 181 Front Street.
Find out more on Architexx.
Who is this for?
We welcome anyone interested in writing more women in the built environment into Wikipedia. No Wikipedia editing experience is necessary! We provide a quick overview of how to write and edit Wikipedia articles, and assistance throughout the event for your first attempts! Experienced Wikipedians are also very welcome – we need as much help as you can offer!
Please do a couple of things before coming along:
- Please sign up to get a Wikipedia user name BEFORE the event, if you don’t already have one. Do this here.
- Think about who you want to write about – if possible collect some reference material. See here for topic suggestions and here for Australian references.
- Take a look at the WikiD Guides to Editing Wikipedia.
Stay up to date
Please also join our WikiD mailing list – sign up here – to keep up-to-date with news about writing and editing resources.
If you are based somewhere else please still sign up – we will have material and resources to help regardless of your location.
If you already have a Wikipedia username, please add your name to the wikiD Wikipedia project page.