Wikimedia chapters/Reports/Wikimedia España/2011-10-12

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This is the chapter report of Wikimedia España for the months of October, November and December 2011.

October[edit]

  • 01.10.2011: Workshop about Catalan Wikipedia at Aplec de la Plana. Moncofa, Castellón. [1]
  • 07-08.10.2011: Participation in European Heritage Days: Landscape and Archeology. Sagunto. [2]
  • 21.10.2011: Interviews for article of La Vanguardia (newspaper). Barcelona. [3]
  • 21.10.2011: Meeting with Comunication Agency f2.8. Valencia.
  • 22-29.10.2011: Participation with Press pass at Seminci 2011. Valladolid. [4] Pictures uploaded to Commons: [5]
  • 23.10.2011: Interwiew for article of Diario de Ferrol (newspaper). El Ferrol. [6]
  • 26.10.2011: Agreement with Real Dreams. Barcelona.
  • 27-28.10.2011: Participation at "II Jornadas de Debate. Museos y Bibliotecas: nuevas Estrategias en Internet." (2nd Conference of debate. Museums and Libraries: new strategies in Internet) organized by Museum of Prehistory of Valencia. Valencia. [7]
  • 28.10.2011: Participation at "VI jornadas de la asociación nacional de podcasting" (6th National Association of Postcasting Conference). Alicante. [8]

November[edit]

  • 01.11.2011: Official results of Wiki Loves Monuments in Spain are announced. [9]
  • 05.11.2011: Awards Ceremony of Wiki Loves Monuments in Spain. Plasencia. [10]
  • 16.11.2011: Participation in the III Meeting of Free Knowledge in Cadiz. [11] [12]
  • 22.11.2011: Participation in FICOD 2011: Workshop on "Wikipedia, Wikimedia and Collaborative Projects of the Digital World". Madrid. [13]
  • 25.11.2011: Radio interview about Wikipedia in Aragón Radio 2. [14]
  • 29.11.2011: Workshop about WikiAfrica: "How to share your knowledge about Africa in Wikipedia". Collaboration with Casa de África. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. [15] [16] [17]

December[edit]

  • 05.12.2011: Interview about Wikipedia in "Gaceta Tecnológica" [18]
  • 16.12.2011: Seminar eMadrid "Wikipedia as a technology enhanced learning tool" at Rey Juan Carlos University. Madrid. [19]
  • 16.12.2011: Interview in La Sexta (national tv) on Wikipedia and SOPA.