The notes from the Wikisource hangout last night are now on Meta.
I wonder how long it takes after someone first starts editing a Wikimedia project that they figure out that they can read lots of Wikimedia news on https://en.planet.wikimedia.org/ — and when, after that, they realise they can also post to the news there? (At which point they probably give up if they haven’t already got a blog.)
Anyway, I forgot that I can post news, but then I remembered. So:
There’s going to be a Wikisource meeting next weekend (28 January, on Google Hangouts), if you’re interested in joining:
I can’t believe I’m going to miss this by two days! I’m going to be in San Francisco for the first time since 1997 for the week before. What are the odds.
“For 20 years, the Internet Archive has been capturing the Web– that amazing universe of images, audio, text and software that forms our shared digital culture. Now it’s time to celebrate and we’re throwing a party! Please join us for our 20th Anniversary celebration on Wednesday, October 26th, 2016, from 5-9:30 pm.”
Setting up a event calendar in FreoWiki: freo.org.au/wiki/Events.
I’m sure I’ll feel oh-so-inclined to Do More about climate change after watching this. Not that I’m feeling sick and tired of mainstream hipocracy about this stuff or anything. Just imagine Marvin: “Climate change? Don’t talk to me about climate change… I could’ve told them what to do, but of course they never asked me. No one ever asks me. And this pain in all the diodes down my left side…”
I’ll not go on.
The second Young Greens meeting will be on the 20th. See the new YG blog for more.
Come and help us celebrate! See the Co-op’s wiki for more.
From the CANC3 people:
Bring your bike to Canberra, for the ride toward a nuclear free future.
The Cycle Against the Nuclear Cycle (CANC3) campaign
are arriving in Canberra. They have cycled 2,500 km from Rockhampton, Queensland to spread the message that Australian communities don’t support the nuclear industry.
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