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Fashion is one of Wikipedia's weakest areas in terms of coverage and this edit-a-thon is a first step in changing this. By bringing together experienced Wikipedians with energetic and knowledgeable students and subject matter experts, we hope to take some initial steps in taking fashion to Wikipedia. This edit-a-thon takes place on the 22 March from 10:30 to 20:00 at Nordiska museet in Stockholm. This event is organized in cooperation between Wikimedia Sverige, Nordiska museet, Stockholm University as well as Europeana and Europeana Fashion.
During the event participants will come together to edit and contribute new information to Wikipedia by using the digital collections shared by the Nordiska museet. The goal of the edit-a-thon is to improve and increase the presence of fashion related information on Wikipedia and spread knowledge about the collections of the Nordiska museet, Europeana Fashion and Wikipedia as sources of information. The theme is fashion, folk costume history and casual wear through the last centuries.
Through our fantastic collaboration we can offer snacks, coffee and tea during the edit-a-thon, a lunch in the restaurant at the Nordic Museum and at the end of the day there will be time for a mingle with wine or soft drinks and snacks. Our experience is that it is essential that blood sugar is kept at a reasonable level for the writing to be as fun as possible!
So join us to help improve Wikipedia, to meet nice people and create new, or improve existing, articles about fashion! The event has a limited number of places so we ask that you pre-register as soon as you can. An unlimited number of participants can however join online and work with the articles (please sign up here)!
- Date: 14 November 2013
- Time: 10.30-19.00 TBD
- Event: Una Edit-a-thon. Scriviamo articoli sulla moda.
- Food: Snacks, coffee and tea during the edit-a-thon, a lunch in the restaurant at the Nordic Museum. At the end we serve wine or soft drinks and snacks during the closing mingle.
Una WIFI aperta sarà disponibile.
Lunch coupons will be distributed in the beginning of the event and participants can go and eat at the restaurant when they feel hungry between 13.00-15.00.
10.30-11: Registration and coffee/tea and Swedish cinnamon buns.
11.15: The Edit-a-Thon starts and the hosts at the Nordic museum wish everybody welcome and talk about the event and the photos, reference books and magazines that can be used.
11.30: Presentation – what is Europeana Fashion? By Marco Rendina from Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale, Firenze and Erwin Verbruggen, from Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision.
12.00: How to edit on Wikipedia. Short presentation of Wikipedia by Wikimedia Sweden, John Andersson and Axel Pettersson.
12.30: The participants start writing articles. Practical support is given by the Nordiska museet/Stockholm University/Wikimedia Sweden.
14.30: Guided tour of the fashion exhibition the Power of Fashion.
15.15: More writing!
16.30: End ceremony.
17-20: Mingle with drinks and snacks.
- Per favore, portate il vostro laptop.
- Any special reference literature that you might like to use.
- Create your own user on Wikipedia. Please try to do it in advance as there is an upper limit to how many people can register from a single IP address during one evening. Here is a step-by-step introduction on how to create a user page and edit on Wikipedia.
- Spread the word about the event!
There is a limited amount of people that can participate in person, so please sign up on Eventbrite.com.
There is no limit and all help is much welcome!
Articles to work on
Here we will add images from the Nordic Museum linked to the matching articles!
We want to know more of what these images can tell us! Help us to put them in context!
Next to the images there are suggestions for articles that you can create or expand and illustrate with the images. There are also links to the English articles that you can translate to or from.
If you have other suggestions for articles that you would like to work on and use the images for you are more than welcome!
Altri articoli migliorati (wikified etc.)
Materiali da usare