This is a project page for the informal community group that supports Wikimania.
Proposal: organize a standing Wikimania committee, to preserve institutional knowledge about running Wikimanias, help new bid teams get up and running when they start, and run an effective triage after they are done.
- General mailing list (public): wikimania-l
- Planning mailing list (private): wikimania-planning-l
- Committee mailing lists (private): wikimania-program, wikimania-scholarships, wikimania-jury
- IRC: #wikimania on freenode
- People to draw on for expertise, insight, and scribbled margin-notes about how to do things better 'next time'.
list yourself if you've worked on Wikimania in the past, and what your areas of expertise are
- James F. (talk) - Organiser/Assistant 2005-2010. Jury moderator 2007, 2008, 2010. Programme judge 2007, 2008. Scholarships judge 2009. Speaker 2005-2010.
- Phoebe - 2006 program organizer; helped with programs, scholarships, misc. organization for the following years. Bid jury moderator 2008-2010. Have spoken or otherwise participated in all Wikimanias to date. Gadfly. Documentor of Wikimania. Supporter of events. I can probably answer your questions.
- Samuel Klein = 2005 program co-organizer, scholarships reviewer. 2006 (Boston) bid lead & co-organizer. Juror 2007-2009. Misc. involvement since 2007; speaker and booth organizer.
- Cbrown1023 talk - helped out with online planning for Wikimanias 2008, 2009, and 2010, including program committee, website management, and translations.
- Angela - attendee (05-09, 11), speaker (06,08,09), jury (06-09), program committee (05-08), scholarship committee (09,10, 11)
- Peteforsyth More of a RCC organizer than WM organizer, but I'd imagine some skills transfer =) presented at WM 2010, and have been involved in planning two RCC's and similar events.
List yourself if you're interested in supporting Wikimania planning
- Interests: Unconferences, video streaming, side events, regional conferences. Available for 2010. --Pharos 01:39, 13 May 2010 (UTC)
A conference book should describe: what does the perfect runup to a conference look like? See: Wikimania/Handbook
- add your topic here. be bold!
- A to-do list of ongoing projects related to Wikimania can be found at Wikimania/community/projects
- discussion: how to best organize the bidding process (rotation, choosing +1 year in advance, etc).
- working on better documentation of the wikimania process
Separate from the implementation calendar, there are community events that tie into Wikimania. This calendar can be used to ensure that the org team and the various chapter, foundation, and community groups that organize themselves around Wikimania, stay in synch with one another.