Wikimania Wants You!


Calling all educators, researchers, programmers and free culture movement participates –anyone with a focused interest in Wikimedia projects: we want you to share!
Wikimania, the annual global event devoted to all Wikimedia projects, is now open for program submissions. This year’s conference is open to the public and will be held July 9-11, 2010 in Gdańsk, Poland. Conference organizers are accepting submissions for presentations, workshops, tutorials and panels related to Wikimedia projects. Submissions should address one of three conference tracks:

  • People and Community
  • Knowledge and Collaboration
  • Infrastructure

To participate, please send submissions no later than May 20; acceptance notifications will be sent by May 25 for workshops and May 31 for panels, tutorials and presentations.  For more information see Call for Participation or visit the the official Wikimania 2010 site.
If you’re interested in the future of Wikimedia projects or have important insights to share with the rest of the community, please submit proposals now.  Registration for general attendees will be available soon.
See you in Gdańsk!
Moka Pantages, Communications Officer

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I would like to contribute content/information on various issues for the wikipedia

I swear, you guys should have called it Gdanzig. 😉