Celtic Knot Conference 2022/Satellite events

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Celtic Knot
Wikimedia Language Conference
1-2 July 2022
hybrid event

☘️ Welcome

🗒️ Online program

🛰️ Satellite events

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💬 Knot together

⏯️ Videos pool

📯 Updates

The ongoing pandemic situation doesn’t allow bringing all participants to an in-person event. However, taking into account the need for real-life connections, we would like to encourage regional communities to meet in person, when their local context allows it.

List of satellite events[edit]

Are you organizing an onsite or online event in the frame of the conference? Feel free to list it below!

  • Indicate the date, location, link to a page with more information
May 28, 2022: Celtic Knot Connect (online)
July 1–2, 2022: Watching the livestream, Yoruba Wikimedians User Group (Nigeria)
July 1–2, 2022: Celtic Knot Conference 2022 Wikipedia Satellite Event
July 2, 2022: Livestream: let's create a Lua template using Wikidata Lexemes with Ainali, Abbe98, Mahir256 and Lucas Werkmeister. Starting on July 2nd at 18:00 UTC on Youtube, available on replay afterwards.
July 8–9, 2022: Celtic Knot Conference 2022 Lagos
July 8–9, 2022: Editathon with the Wikimedia Fan Club, University of Ilorin (Nigeria)
July 10, 2022 9 am UTC: Celtic Knot Workshop Tamale 2022 (Ghana)
July 23–24, 2022: Celtic Knot Workshop Kumasi 2022 (Ghana)
July 30–31, 2022: Celtic Knot Workshop Accra 2022
December 30th, 2022: Training new editors in Osun State (Nigeria)
2022: Wikidata workshop for the Malayalam community (United Arab Emirates)
August 12–13, 2022: Translate Wikidata properties to Igbo language (Nigeria)
August 20–27, 2022: Info visibility on Igbo Wikipedia (Nigeria)
September 14, 2022: Wikidata workshop in Dubai
January 20th–21st, 2023: Translation Workshop with the Wikimedia fan club Kwara State University Malete (Nigeria)


Here are some examples of onsite events that could be organized along the Celtic Knot:

  • Introduction to Wikipedia, Wikidata or any useful project or tool
  • Contributing session, where people edit together and help each other
  • Gathering during the online event to watch sessions together and discuss
  • Discussions about the specific challenges of a language community
  • Social gathering, meetup, open discussion
  • Post-event discussion to reflect on what they learned and exchange highlights
  • Post-event workshop where participants share the skills they learned during the event, to empower their local community
  • Post-event contributing session, to keep improving the content or tools that were started during the conference