[WCNA2020] WCNA 2020 Notes from last night meeting // WCNA 2020 Notes de la réunion d'hier soir

Jean-Philippe Béland jpbeland at wikimedia.ca
Thu Feb 27 09:59:49 EST 2020


I also added some of this language and a few photos, and a little bit more
info about WMCA and the Indigenous projects. I also added references to the
Wikimedians of North American Indigenous Languages User Group and the
Toronto WikiClub.

Let me know if I can do anything else,

Thanks!

JP

On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 8:58 AM Stacy Allison-Cassin <
stacyallison at wikimedia.ca> wrote:

> I've added some of this language and a few photos. I'll continue to
> work on it as I can.
> Stacy
>
> On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 8:24 AM Andrew Lih <andrew.lih at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > A few more mentions of Wikimedia Strategy 2030 would not hurt - showing
> the conf is about implementing it!
> >
> >
> > On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 8:00 AM Andrew Lih <andrew.lih at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> Oh, and send mail to your community to get them to endorse!
> >>
> >>
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Grants:Conference/WMCA/WikiConference_North_America_2020&diff=19847944&oldid=19847938
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 7:59 AM Andrew Lih <andrew.lih at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >>>
> >>> In order of importance, I'd say:
> >>>
> >>> 1. Replace all TBC with real names
> >>>
> >>> 2. Put in at least 1 exterior and 1 interior shot of UT
> >>>
> >>> 3. Put in more pix of WCNA principals - group shot, WCNA board shot,
> etc.
> >>>
> >>> 4. Anything else from my list
> >>>
> >>> On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 6:58 AM Stacy Allison-Cassin <
> stacyallison at wikimedia.ca> wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>> I have a little bit of time this morning before a giant block of
> >>>> meetings. Andrew, what are the priority areas I should work on?
> >>>>
> >>>> Can someone tell me quickly what the deadline for modifications is?
> >>>>
> >>>> Is there a picture of us receiving the "award" at WCNA last year?
> >>>>
> >>>> Stacy
> >>>>
> >>>> On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 6:26 AM Andrew Lih <andrew.lih at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >>>> >
> >>>> > Great work all! The grant is looking much better with the $88k ask.
> >>>> >
> >>>> > I've made a number of enhancement edits that I'll describe below.
> More importantly, I think we should make some critical edits before final
> submission:
> >>>> >
> >>>> > 1. BRAG. BRAG BIG - Have you ever met "Chen" from WMF before? I
> know I haven't. So assume that the readers of the grant don't know anything
> about you. They don't know what we look like. They don't know whether we
> are experienced or newbies. They don't know you, WMCA, helped pull off
> Wikimania 2017. So we need to paint in bold strokes and brag about
> ourselves. It's the only way to get WMF to pay attention.
> >>>> >
> >>>> > - Mention your role in Wikimania 2017! I don't see any mention of
> that currently
> >>>> > - I have written briefly about BANQ and Culture Crawl, but you
> should put in a graf about WMCA activities. Even just cutting and pasting
> and linking to your annual report will work here. Mention the Strategy 2030
> magic words of Knowledge Equity and underserved communities with WMCA's
> work with First Nations groups, etc. I put this in, but please feel free to
> edit:
> >>>> >
> >>>> > "WikiConference North America 2020 is a continuation of the annual
> conference and embraces even more the idea of inclusion and knowledge
> equity by embracing First Nations and Francophone content."
> >>>> >
> >>>> > It took us a while as WCNA to remember to brag about ourselves.
> Constantly. It took the WMF really disappointing us with a surprise gap in
> funding for us to wake up to this – WE ARE THE constant, change-making
> force in the community and WMF needs to be continually reminded of this
> fact. Especially as their grant officers come and go, and we know for a
> fact they have a very short-attention span.
> >>>> >
> >>>> > 2. PHOTOS, VISUALS - It may seem shallow, but I cannot imagine WMF
> rejecting a grant that is full of photos showing specifics - venue, team,
> GLAM partners, etc. I would add as many as you can. Maybe take a look at
> our 2019 report for some ideas on visuals. Feel free to incorporate any/all
> that are useful too.
> >>>> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiConference_North_America/2019#Event_team
> >>>> >
> >>>> > Suggestions:
> >>>> > - Photo of Wikimedia Canada board or the team that is running the
> conference.
> >>>> > - Photo from 2017 showing the WMCA crew that pulled off Wikimania
> 2017 to show you have done a big conference before
> >>>> > - Photos of previous WMCA events that would inspire or be similar
> to events at WCNA2020? Show that you have a rich history of events,
> collaborations, GLAM stuff, indigenous languages work
> >>>> > - Photo of UT, even if it's not the specific facilities but outside
> of buildings and examples of the types of facilities we will have.
> >>>> > - Photo/maps/illustrations of logistics - locations of UT, airport,
> proposed GLAM entities
> >>>> >
> >>>> > 3. TEAM - Even if we don't know for sure, we should replace all the
> TBCs with some type of name. Safe Space is easy - put in at least three
> names, but this can change later. You can put at least one of us from the
> core WCNA team on that list. Put one name for volunteer coordination (this
> can change later!) and one for comms. Just don't give WMF a reason to think
> we have missing info.
> >>>> >
> >>>> > 4. VENUE AND LOGISTICS - If you have time, put in some more info on
> Venue and Logistics like UT space, airport, GLAM map here:
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:Conference/WMCA/WikiConference_North_America_2020#Venue_and_Logistics
> >>>> >
> >>>> > 5. ENDORSEMENTS - We'll need to really solicit folks to add
> endorsements, do you have any ideas on places to do this? I would think:
> >>>> > - WCNA 2019 Telegram group
> >>>> > - Facebook groups
> >>>> > Others?
> >>>> >
> >>>> > On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 4:28 AM Kevin Payravi <
> kevinpayravi at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> >>
> >>>> >> Hi all,
> >>>> >>
> >>>> >> I've added in the survey results (as best as I could summarize
> late at night); I also expanded the Background section with information on
> previous WCNA iterations, as well as a list of innovations/accomplishments
> that WCNA has made over the years, as put together by Andrew, Richard,
> Rosie, and myself.
> >>>> >>
> >>>> >> Cheers,
> >>>> >> Kevin
> >>>> >>
> >>>> >> On Wed, Feb 26, 2020 at 10:09 PM Jean-Philippe Béland <
> jpbeland at wikimedia.ca> wrote:
> >>>> >>>
> >>>> >>> Good day all,
> >>>> >>>
> >>>> >>> This is to inform you that I have updated the grant request on
> Meta according to your suggestions in the Google Doc and our discussions
> during the meeting on Monday. Please review it.
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:Conference/WMCA/WikiConference_North_America_2020.
> At this point, do not update the Google Doc if you want to make any
> changes. You are invited to edit directly the grant request on Meta.
> >>>> >>>
> >>>> >>> Kevin, please add the survey results directly on Meta.
> >>>> >>>
> >>>> >>> Thank you all and do not hesitate to contact me if you have any
> questions or concerns,
> >>>> >>>
> >>>> >>> JP
> >>>> >>>
> >>>> >>>
> >>>> >>> On Wed, Feb 26, 2020 at 2:08 PM Kevin Payravi <
> kevinpayravi at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> >>>>
> >>>> >>>> Engagement survey results will be posted late tonight :)
> >>>> >>>>
> >>>> >>>> Thanks,
> >>>> >>>> Kevin
> >>>> >>>>
> >>>> >>>> On Wed, Feb 26, 2020, 2:06 PM Jean-Philippe Béland <
> jpbeland at wikimedia.ca> wrote:
> >>>> >>>>>
> >>>> >>>>> Things that really need to be done:
> >>>> >>>>> - We need the results from the engagement survey (Kevin?)
> >>>> >>>>> - We need to update the budget
> >>>> >>>>>
> >>>> >>>>> From my opinion those are two most urgent things.
> >>>> >>>>>
> >>>> >>>>> I will update the grant on wiki late tonight from the Google
> Docs.
> >>>> >>>>>
> >>>> >>>>> Thank you all,
> >>>> >>>>>
> >>>> >>>>> JP
> >>>> >>>>>
> >>>> >>>>> On Wed, Feb 26, 2020 at 1:23 PM Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight <
> rosiestep.wiki at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>> Thank you, Loren, for the update. Five tracks would be
> optimal, especially on Saturday.
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>> I've made comments and added information into both google
> docs, and I've seen that others are doing so, too. Are we on track for
> someone to update the WMF grant proposal page before the end of today? If
> not, would someone please indicate the bottleneck(s) or areas needing
> immediate attention? Thanks.
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>> Best,
> >>>> >>>>>> Rosie
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>> Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>> Visiting Scholar, Northeastern University, Boston
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>> Chair, Affiliations Committee, Wikimedia Foundation
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>> Vice-President, Wikimedia District of Columbia
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>> Co-founder, Women in Red
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>> rosiestep.com
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>> On Wed, Feb 26, 2020 at 10:03 AM Loren Fantin <
> lfantin at ourdigitalworld.org> wrote:
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>> Hi,
> >>>> >>>>>>> My mistake - I've booked it for the Saturday and Sunday
> sessions - October 17th and 18th.  I think we can get it at no to low cost
> - they will need to pay staff extra on Sunday morning.  If we go ahead with
> that space, then that means we can have 4 or a maximum of 5 tracks.
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>> Loren
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>> On Tue, Feb 25, 2020 at 11:48 AM Andrew Lih <
> andrew.lih at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> >>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>> Great to hear from you folks on the UT space. As Rosie
> suggested - if you can clarify the dates that would be great.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>> Also, we have typically had 3 days of full programming, and
> then 1 day of Culture Crawl. There's no need to do it all this way every
> year, as long as you folks think it is do-able to have the Culture Crawl on
> Friday, hosted by a GLAM at their facility, then conference days for Sat
> and Sun, then that should work.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>> -Andrew
> >>>> >>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>> On Tue, Feb 25, 2020 at 11:31 AM Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight
> <rosiestep.wiki at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> Hi Stacy,
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> Thank you for the update. It's great news that UoT will
> donate space for WCNA 2020. That is just the sort of information
> (description of each of the spaces) which will improve the grant proposal.
> I have a question. You write, "We have booked space at UofT for the
> Saturday/Sunday" (which is October 17-18) and then you write, "I have
> tentatively booked it for October 15 and 16" (which is Thursday/Friday).
> Are these different spaces at UoT on four different days?
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> Best,
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> Rosie
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> Visiting Scholar, Northeastern University, Boston
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> Chair, Affiliations Committee, Wikimedia Foundation
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> Vice-President, Wikimedia District of Columbia
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> Co-founder, Women in Red
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> rosiestep.com
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>> On Tue, Feb 25, 2020 at 7:17 AM Stacy Allison-Cassin <
> stacyallison at wikimedia.ca> wrote:
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> Hi, all.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> Quick update here, from Loren. She has some questions for
> the Board I
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> will forward later. We have booked space at UofT for the
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> Saturday/Sunday. I believe this is "in kind". We are still
> missing a
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> big space for plenary sessions. I might see if the ROM can
> provide.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> Stacy
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> 1) iSchool
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> I have tentatively booked it for October 15 and 16, and
> will follow up
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> if we decide to go with that space
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> Space -
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> on main floor - TEAL - has room for 65 people in tables,
> and is a smart lab
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> 5 th floor - 2 classrooms 507/538 - that hold about 58
> people each -
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> needs an UofT account to sign into for use of AV
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> There is another closed space, 520 - the Ideas Exchange,
> holds about
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> 24, but can also can be used for lunches, snacks, etc.and
> space can be
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> reorganized
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> There is also a large table on the 5th floor
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> 4th floor - open Inforum space - there are 2 large tables,
> and a
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> number of pods, and even though space is open - has
> projector and
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> microphone and about 75 stacking chairs
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> it is possible to serve a takeaway lunch there as well
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> There is also a basement room - 116 UX Design Lab, holds
> about 40
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> people around 12 tables
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> On Tue, Feb 25, 2020 at 9:44 AM Jean-Philippe Béland
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> <jpbeland at wikimedia.ca> wrote:
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> > Good day all again,
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> > Here is the Google Doc for the grant request:
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Y9jlFz7wFuC9f_r5duxgqM8Q_3Xl8AOEHJMMFlee-bI/edit
> .
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> > Please only use the "Suggest mode" and "Comments" to
> make modifications so I can track them and incorporate them on the request
> on Media-Wiki afterwards.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> > Everybody at Wikimedia Canada should already have access
> to the file and I shared it with the four addressees that are not part of
> WMCA.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> > Thank you and do not hesitate if you need anything else.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> > JP
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> > On Tue, Feb 25, 2020 at 9:25 AM Jean-Philippe Béland <
> jpbeland at wikimedia.ca> wrote:
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> (Le français suit)
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> Good day all,
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> Thank you to everyone who came to the meeting last
> night to discuss about the WikiConference North America 2020, especially
> our colleagues from the US. It was very helpful. Here are the notes I took
> from the meeting.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 1.       The grant request to the WMF must be finalized
> before 27 February.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 2.       Benoit Rochon sent the engagement survey to a
> few people and Kevin Payravi to the participants from previous years. Kevin
> should have all the results. He reported that so far we have 24 answers.
> Michael David Miller sent a reminder to people from Wikimedia Canada to
> fill the survey.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 3.       One of the main points is to try to find a
> free venue and to remove space rental from the grant request budget. Stacy
> Allisson-Cassin mentioned that she will most likely be able to find spaces
> at the University of Toronto.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 4.       It is necessary to reduce the budget that we
> are asking to the WMF. We suggest a budget under 100k USD. Andrew Lih
> shared a ‘brainstorm’ budget that their group discussed.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 5.       We suggest to ask funds from Heritage Canada
> for translation (English-French only).
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 6.       We need to look for other possibilities for
> funding.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 7.       We discussed about identifying one of more
> themes for the conference and to mention it in the grant request. Examples
> included Wikimedia Strategy 2030, Indigenous Peoples, and Knowledge Equity.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 8.       The means of communication for the organizing
> team will be the mailing list hosted by Wikimedia Canada, a Telegram group
> (that was created by Andrew Lih) and Basecamp.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 9.       We discussed about the committees that need to
> be created, and the following were mentioned: Core Team, Local Logistics,
> Programme, Scholarships, Safe Space, Communications, and Volunteers.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 10.   Jean-Philippe Béland will create a Google Doc to
> collaborate to update the grant request to the WMF.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 11.   The next steps are to work on the grant request
> (next 48 hours).
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 12.   We discussed about identifying a leader for the
> Lead Organizing Team. Some mentioned that we don’t necessarily need an
> individual leader. Stacy Allison-Cassin will be lead for everything that is
> local to Toronto. Benoit Rochon (with the help of Jean-Philippe Béland) wil
> be the link between the WMF and the organizers from the previous years (and
> will share his experience from organizing Wikimania in Montreal).
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 13.   We discussed about the necessity to develop a
> planning timeline. Benoit Rochon shared the example from Wikimania 2017.
> Jean-Philippe Béland will develop a basic timeline based on that example,
> and everybody will then be invited to collaborate to develop it further.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> Do not hesitate if you have any questions. Please use
> the mailing list so everybody can track the discussions.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> I propose that all future internal discussions about
> planning WikiConference North America 2020 be done in English only to save
> time. Let me know if anybody disagree.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> Thank you all again.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> (Version française)
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> Bonjour à toutes et à tous,
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> Merci à tout le monde qui est venu à la réunion hier
> soir pour discuter au sujet de la WikiConférence Amérique du Nord 2020,
> spécialement à nos collègues des États-Unis. C’était très utile. Voici les
> notes que j’ai prises à la réunion.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 1.       La demande de subvention à la WMF doit être
> finalisée avant le 27 février.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 2.       Benoit Rochon a envoyé le sondage sur
> l’engagement à quelques personnes et Kevin Payravi aux participant(e)s des
> années précédentes. Kevin devrait avoir tous les résultats. Il a mentionné
> que, jusqu’à maintenant, nous avons 24 réponses. Michael David Miller a
> envoyé un rappel aux gens de Wikimédia Canada pour remplir le sondage.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 3.       Un des points principaux est d’essayer de
> trouver un emplacement gratuit et d’enlever la location de salles du budget
> de la demande de subvention. Stacy Allison-Cassin a mentionné qu’elle sera
> très probablement capable de trouver des espaces à l’Université de Toronto.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 4.       Il est nécessaire de réduire le budget que
> nous demandons à la WMF. Nous suggérons un budget de moins de 100k USD.
> Andrew Lih a partagé un budget « remue-méninges » que leur groupe a discuté.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 5.       Nous suggérons de demander des fonds à
> Patrimoine Canada pour la traduction (anglais-français seulement).
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 6.       Nous devons explorer d’autres possibilités de
> financement.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 7.       Nous avons discuté au sujet d’identifier un ou
> des thèmes pour la conférence et de le mentionner dans la demande de
> subvention. Les exemples incluaient la Stratégie Wikimédia 2030, les
> peuples autochtones et l’équité des connaissances.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 8.       Les canaux de communications pour l’équipe
> organisatrice seront la liste de distribution hébergée par Wikimédia
> Canada, un groupe Telegram (qui a été créé par Andre Lih) et Basecamp.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 9.       Nous avons discuté au sujet des comités qui
> doivent être créés et les comités suivants ont été mentionnés : l’équipe
> centrale, la logisitique locale, le programme, les bourses, espace
> sécuritaire, les communications et les bénévoles.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 10.   Jean-Philippe Béland va créer un Google Doc afin
> de collaborer pour mettre à jour la demande de subvention à la WMF.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 11.   Les prochaines étapes sont de travailler sur la
> demande de subvention (prochaines 48 heures).
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 12.   Nous avons discuté au sujet d’identifier un ou
> une leader pour l’Équipe organisatrice principale. Quelques personnes ont
> mentionné que nous n’avons pas nécessairement besoin d’un ou une leader
> individuel(le). Stacy Allison-Cassin sera la leader pour tout ce qui est
> local à Toronto. Benoit Rochon (avec l’aide de Jean-Philippe Béland) sera
> le lien entre la WMF et les organisateurs/trices des années précédentes (et
> partagera son expérience de l’organisation de Wikimania à Montréal).
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> 13.   Nous avons discuté au sujet de la nécessité de
> développer un calendrier de planification. Benoit Rochon a partagé
> l’exemple de Wikimania 2017. Jean-Philippe Béland va développer un
> calendrier de base à partir de cet exemple et tout le monde sera, par la
> suite, invité à collaborer pour le développer davantage.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> N’hésitez pas si vous avez des questions.  Veuillez
> utiliser la liste de distribution afin que tout le monde puisse suivre les
> discussions.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> Je propose que toutes les discussions internes futures
> sur la planification de la WikiConférence Amérique du Nord 2020 soient
> faites en anglais seulement afin de sauver du temps. Veuillez m’en aviser
> si vous n’êtes pas d’accord.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> Merci à toutes et à tous encore une fois.
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> Jean-Philippe Béland
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >> Wikimedia Canada / Wikimédia Canada
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>>> >>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>> --
> >>>> >>>>>>>> -Andrew Lih
> >>>> >>>>>>>> Author of The Wikipedia Revolution
> >>>> >>>>>>>> US National Archives Citizen Archivist of the Year (2016)
> >>>> >>>>>>>> Knight Foundation grant recipient - Wikipedia Space (2015)
> >>>> >>>>>>>> Wikimedia DC - Outreach and GLAM
> >>>> >>>>>>>> Previously: professor of journalism and communications,
> American University, Columbia University, USC
> >>>> >>>>>>>> ---
> >>>> >>>>>>>> Email: andrew at andrewlih.com
> >>>> >>>>>>>> WEB: https://muckrack.com/fuzheado
> >>>> >>>>>>>> PROJECT: Wikipedia Space:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:WPSPACE
> >>>> >>>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>> --
> >>>> >>>>>>>> WCNA2020 mailing list
> >>>> >>>>>>>> WCNA2020 at discussions.wikimedia.ca
> >>>> >>>>>>>> https://discussions.wikimedia.ca/lists/listinfo/wcna2020
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>> --
> >>>> >>>>>>> Loren Fantin
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>> lfantin at ourdigitalworld.org
> >>>> >>>>>>> skype: lorenfa
> >>>> >>>>>>> @ODWorg
> >>>> >>>>>>>
> >>>> >>>>>>> http://ourdigitalworld.org
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> >>>> >>>>>>>
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> >>>> >>>>>>>
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> >>>> > -Andrew Lih
> >>>> > Author of The Wikipedia Revolution
> >>>> > US National Archives Citizen Archivist of the Year (2016)
> >>>> > Knight Foundation grant recipient - Wikipedia Space (2015)
> >>>> > Wikimedia DC - Outreach and GLAM
> >>>> > Previously: professor of journalism and communications, American
> University, Columbia University, USC
> >>>> > ---
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> >>>> >
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> --
> >>> -Andrew Lih
> >>> Author of The Wikipedia Revolution
> >>> US National Archives Citizen Archivist of the Year (2016)
> >>> Knight Foundation grant recipient - Wikipedia Space (2015)
> >>> Wikimedia DC - Outreach and GLAM
> >>> Previously: professor of journalism and communications, American
> University, Columbia University, USC
> >>> ---
> >>> Email: andrew at andrewlih.com
> >>> WEB: https://muckrack.com/fuzheado
> >>> PROJECT: Wikipedia Space: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:WPSPACE
> >>>
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> -Andrew Lih
> >> Author of The Wikipedia Revolution
> >> US National Archives Citizen Archivist of the Year (2016)
> >> Knight Foundation grant recipient - Wikipedia Space (2015)
> >> Wikimedia DC - Outreach and GLAM
> >> Previously: professor of journalism and communications, American
> University, Columbia University, USC
> >> ---
> >> Email: andrew at andrewlih.com
> >> WEB: https://muckrack.com/fuzheado
> >> PROJECT: Wikipedia Space: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:WPSPACE
> >>
> >
> >
> > --
> > -Andrew Lih
> > Author of The Wikipedia Revolution
> > US National Archives Citizen Archivist of the Year (2016)
> > Knight Foundation grant recipient - Wikipedia Space (2015)
> > Wikimedia DC - Outreach and GLAM
> > Previously: professor of journalism and communications, American
> University, Columbia University, USC
> > ---
> > Email: andrew at andrewlih.com
> > WEB: https://muckrack.com/fuzheado
> > PROJECT: Wikipedia Space: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:WPSPACE
> >
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