Celtic Knot Conference 2020/Introduction & orientation
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✨⏯️ Session details
- Names: Introduction & closing sessions
- Speaker: Various people from the org team
- Link to the video/replay: see program https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Celtic_Knot_Conference_2020/Live_program
🎉🎉It's the closing session of the conference!🎉🎉
What will you remember the most from the conference?
What’s the most interesting thing you learnt at the conference?
- Amir hummus :P --> Thanks! <3 slightly outdated link: https://aharoni.wordpress.com/2015/03/30/how-to-make-hummus/
- I learned about Ordia https://ordia.toolforge.org/ , which will be very useful for me for looking up Wikidata . lexemes. Thanks to Utilisateur:VIGNERON.
- This is a cool tool!
- I enjoyed the Maltese meetup. There should be more of those, throughout the year, for all kinds of languages!
- Maltese meetup is every other Thursday at http://www.wikimalta.org/meetup -- next one is on THURSDAY 23 JULY at 4pm UTC.
- I learned how to use Wikidata templates in the English Wikipedia. It was such an obscure thing, and User:RexxS taught me useful things. Thanks!
- all the mug photos!
- video pool
- +1 The videos were amazing and varied!
- +1000000, all the videos are great and everyone should watch them and share them
- Thanks to Rebecca, Daria, Léa, and Richard for helping make presenting easy!
- THANK YOU ALL.... it was great
- I enjoyed the entertainment which I wasn't expecting since it was virtual
- Yes, I loved the poetry in particular; Ciara Ní É was awesome!
- I'm eager to see the quiz!!
🎉🌍 Welcome to day 2 of the conference!🌍🎉
Hello! What's the weather like where you are right now?
- In Berlin it's been raining like hell earlier, now it's slightly better & 21°C
- It's winter here in Cape Town and we have wind & rain, snow on the mountains!
- An howl a dhallathas splanna yn Kardydh wortiwedh! The sun has finally started to shine in Cardiff.
- Sunny blue skies here in north London
- Overcast in Amsterdam
- Overcast and a bit windy in NRW, Germany
- Sunny in Truro, Cornwall - DavydhT
- Overcast but bright - West Mids UK
- Sunny and blue skies in Glasgow, Scotland
- Lovely blue skies, warm sun, puffy white clouds - for now
- a sunny early morning, around 28 degrees already in Accra
- Suddenly quite sunny, after a very cool and wet few days in Dublin
Irish terms from the slide
- These are 2 artefacts from the Hunt Museum, being used to illustrate both the collection and some Irish-language terms
- gúna = dress
- corcra = purple
- faisean = fashion
- mainicín = mannekin
- línéadach = linen
- fáinne = ring
- ór = gold
- déantán Ceilteach = Celtic artefact
- seanda = ancient
- seandálaíochta = archæological
(As someone with limited irish I read those as "celtic made thing", "old thing", "OLD OLD thing"...)
🎉We finished the first day of the conference!
What did you enjoy most today? 🎉 (e.g. a specific talk, interaction with people, eating cereal while watching the opening talks?)
- Kevin Scannell's presentation
- Finding out that there's another Irish speaker in my hometown
- Wikidata details and how it can be used
- Learning about Wikidata has been great, although I feel like I'm dipping my toes in the edge of a VERY deep pool!
- Learning about Content Translator, so I've made my first edit on the Welsh Wikipedia. The tools for populating smaller-language Wikipedias from Wikidata look super helpful.
- The lunch was great! Just as I like it!
- just like at home 😄
- I like having an etherpad, maybe face-to-face conferences should also have them
- As someone who has been scribing into Etherpad a lot today, I'd struggle to do so at an in-person conference, unfortunately.
- The etherpad has been so good! I know I haven't taken it all in, so I will be able to look back at those notes later.
- Wikimania usually does
- very useful for the panel discussion topics (lots of things I need to look up later)
- video pool, so much interesting talks there too! (didn't had the time to look them all yet sadly)
- L99 😂
In this section, we would like to show the diversity of the participants by adding "welcome" in plenty of languages! Feel free to add the languages that you speak.
Bienvenue ! (Français/French/fr)
Ongi etorri! (euskara/Basque/eu)
Tere tulemast! (eesti keel/Estonian/et)
Welkom! (Nederlands / Dutch/nl / Afrikaans/af)
Wolkom! (Frysk / Frisian)
Eiat nen? Mbidjap! (Translation: Have you come? I have come! Wayoro/Brazil/ISO code wyr/Glottolog wayo1238)
Fàilte (Gàidhlig/Scottish Gaelic/gd -- note different accent direction :) :D)
Failt erriu (Gaelg/Manx/gv)
Degemer mat ! (Brezhoneg/Breton/br)
ਜੀ ਆਇਆਂ ਨੂੰ/Ji Aaya Nun/ (Punjabi/pa)
ברוכים הבאים/ברוכות הבאות (Hebrew/עברית/he)
שלום עליכם (Yiddish/yi)
Welcome, Bienvenue! Willkommen - sounds like Cabaret (en) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBlB8RAJEEc
Grüß Gott (Bavarian/Bayrisch/bar)
Moin moin (Norddeutsch)
Salamaik Datang! (Minangkabau/min)
Fáilte, aka Welcome - from Antiqueight
Buresboahtin! (davvisámegiella/Northern Sámi/se) Listen to its pronunciation at: http://sayitinsaami.yle.fi/?welcome (choose the right language from the list)
welcome, and thank you (en)
Mirë se erdhët! (Albanian/Shqip/sq)
Fit like! (Aberdeenshire Doric) - Ewan in Glasgow (User:Stinglehammer) ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
Добро пожаловать (Russian/ru)
أهلا وسهلا (Arabic/ar)
مرحبا (Moroccan Arabic/ary)
Pyereest puáttim! (anarâškielâ/Inari Saami/smn) Listen to its pronunciation at: http://sayitinsaami.yle.fi/?welcome (choose the right language from the list)
Tiõrv pueʹttem! (nuõrttsääʹmǩiõll/Skolt Saami/sms) Listen to its pronunciation at: http://sayitinsaami.yle.fi/?welcome (choose the right language from the list)
Buorisboahtem! (julevsámegiella/Lule Saami/smj)
Пуэдтӭ тӣррвэнҍ! (кӣллт са̄мь кӣлл/Kildin Saami/sjd)
A long list in Wiktionary: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/welcome#Interjection (add "welcome" in your language if it's missing!)
- and if it's a redlink you can create the entry ;)
- Also add as a label on Wikidata, to https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q13109234
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