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Project status[edit]

Did you comply with the requirements specified by WMF in the grant agreement?

Yes

Is your project completed?

Yes

Activities and lessons learned[edit]

Activities[edit]

Detailed information about our activities[edit]

Summary of our activities[edit]

15.01.2016 Heroines (disambiguation)[edit]

A day dedicated to presentations, discussions and Wikipedia editing, addressing gender issues around the theme of heroines, with guests Catherine Lenoble and Clara Thomine. Despite Wikipedia's efforts to come up with solutions to live up to their motto “the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit”, not only do the contributors predominantly identify as men, but the contents published also show partial gender representations. With platforms as Wikipedia becoming more important in our society these issues require attention. As a symbolic example, the article ‘heroine’ is automatically redirected to the article ‘hero’, and its emblematic figures are mostly male. Next to the issues of authorship and subject matter, the writing style and article structure that have become idiomatic on Wikipedia cause their own issues. A classic example of this is the amount of articles about women that starts with “this woman was the sister/wife of this famous man” in their first or second sentence. During Heroines, we will take these observations as the point of departure for lectures and discussions, and intervention—the day includes a crash course in Wikipedia editing.

  • Venue: Pianofabriek, Brussels
  • Date: 15.01.2016, 10:00-18:00
  • Language: English, French, Dutch
  • Cost: Free
  • Participants: Open to anyone interested in this experience: beginners welcome! débutant(e)s bienvenu(e)s! beginners welkom! Experienced Wikipedia editors will be present and will share their knowledge in editing Wikipedia.
  • What to Bring: Attendees should bring their own laptops and power cords. Light lunch and drinks will be provided, as well as childcare.
  • A temporary library will be set up by the participants who are invited to bring their books and digital documents to feed the edit-a-thon!
Pictures[edit]
Welcome!
JFTR Heroines 01.jpg
JFTR Heroines 02.jpg
JFTR Heroines 03.jpg
JFTR Heroines 04.jpg
JFTR Heroines 05.jpg
JFTR Heroines 06.jpg
JFTR Heroines 08.jpg
Participants[edit]

Register here!! (24 people present, with a few extra after 17:00)

Contributions[edit]
Announce on the Village pump[edit]

The working session and its goals were announced on the Village Pump (used to discuss the technical issues, policies, and operations of Wikipedia).

Work on the hero-heroines page[edit]
  • more diversity was brought in the first paragraph which was giving only male examples of heroes
  • pictures have been added
  • Washington name has been removed
  • modern fictional hero has been changes + picture of Catwoman
  • ethymology of the word hero arguing on the non neutral hero word proving that a proper heroine page is needed
On the heroines page in french[edit]
  • Claude Cahun work called heroine
  • pdf archive of the last publication
  • makes links on several wiki pages which links to
Heroines disambiguation[edit]
  • link to Claude Cahun
  • filling more this page with more pictures
Creating a heroine page on discussion[edit]
  • create an heroism page that link to hero and heroine page
  • intersectionality
  • creating a gender gap page or link on the heroism
  • fictional heroins
  • using the word era instead of heroine
  • heroines discussion and hesitation and reflection might need a proper page to explain the problematique
  • advise : usually you start to create a new page if it is needed in terms of space, if the first page start to be too long
Talk page of the hero[edit]

Explaining all the today changes why and propose them to contribute https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Hero

27.02.2016 Gender Redirect[edit]

Just For The Record organizes its second event, Gender Redirect, a day bringing attention to gender representations in language constructions. Gender Redirect takes over the threads developed in the previous event, heroine, and continues its analysis of the process of Wikipedia editing, with its specific functions such as ‘view history’ and ‘talk page’, analysis tools like metrics and operations like redirection and disambiguation - to investigate the possibilities and challenges of gender-neutral writing.

  • Venue: Amazone, Brussels
  • Date: 27.02.2016, 10:00-18:00
  • Language: English, French, Dutch
  • Cost: Free
  • Participants: Open to anyone interested in this experience: beginners welcome! débutant(e)s bienvenu(e)s! beginners welkom! Experienced Wikipedia editors will be present and will share their knowledge in editing Wikipedia.
  • What to Bring: Attendees should bring their own laptops and power cords. Light lunch and drinks will be provided.
  • A temporary library will be set up by the participants who are invited to bring their books and digital documents to feed the edit-a-thon!
Pictures[edit]
Brussels-Just For The Record Gender Redirect (1).jpg
Brussels-Just For The Record Gender Redirect (11).jpg
Brussels-Just For The Record Gender Redirect (14).jpg
Brussels-Just For The Record Gender Redirect (4).jpg
Brussels-Just For The Record Gender Redirect (5).jpg
Brussels-Just For The Record Gender Redirect (9).jpg
Program[edit]
  • 10:00 – welcome at Amazone with tea and coffee
  • 10:30 – presentation of Just For The Record
  • 11:00 – presentation by Femke Snelting
  • 12:00 – presentation and open discussion on language & gender
  • 13:00 – lunch break
  • 14:00 – crash course on Wikipedia editing and start of the editing session
  • 18:00 – end of the day at The Student (Paleizenstraat 76 rue des Palais), with a DJ-set and performance by Frau Picha at 19:00
Participants[edit]

Register here!!

Working threads[edit]

→analyze in which direction the redirects go (female to neutral, male to neutral, female to male, male to female) →start the talk page of the gender redirects about the criteria for the directions of the redirects

https://metrics.wmflabs.org/

Participant's projects to collaborate to[edit]
Redirects from gender[edit]

See: Wikipedia:Meetup/justfortherecord/Events/Gender Redirect

  • Creation of a table with explanations of the redirections

Redirect M → N F → N M → F F → M

Discussion[edit]
08.03.2016 Just For The Record stand at International Women’s Day[edit]

At the occasion of the International Women’s Day and the worldwide annual Art+Feminism events, join our discussion table, with books from the Muntpunt’s library about great women from all over the world! People passing by will be invited to join the table, have an intro on the gender gap on Wikipedia and an editing demonstration. You will be able to create an account, and then if you want you can stay at the table, browse through the books, edit an article about an inspiring figure you would like to write about, talk with the people already around the table!

  • Venue: Muntpunt, Place de la Monnaie 6, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
  • Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2016
  • Time: 12:00 – 18:00
  • Language: Dutch, English, French
  • Cost: Free
  • Participants: Open to anyone interested in this experience: beginners welcome! débutant(e)s bienvenu(e)s! beginners welkom! Experienced Wikipedia editors will be present and will share their knowledge in editing Wikipedia.
  • What to Bring: Attendees can bring their own laptops and power cords.
  • A temporary library will be set up by the participants who are invited to bring their books and digital documents to share with the others!
Pictures[edit]
Brussels-Just For The Record International Women's Day 2016 (1).jpg
Brussels-Just For The Record International Women's Day 2016 (11).jpg
Brussels-Just For The Record International Women's Day 2016 (16).jpg
Brussels-Just For The Record International Women's Day 2016 (4).jpg
Brussels-Just For The Record International Women's Day 2016 (9).jpg
participants[edit]
  1. Romaine (talk) 10:56, 7 March 2016 (UTC)
  2. Loraine Lfurter (talk) 11:43, 7 March 2016 (UTC)
  3. Bibboy16 (talk) 11:59, 8 March 2016 (UTC)
  4. Inge Taha (talk) 12:25, 8 March 2016 (UTC)
  5. Joan Blondell (talk) 13:18, 8 March 2016 (UTC)
  6. SvenDK
  7. User:MMelvaer
20.03.2016 presentation at the LADYFEST Brussels (Alter Egoes)[edit]

Presentation and stunts at the Ladyfest fair

  • Venue: Brass, Avenue Van Volxem 364, 1190 Forest, Bruxelles, Belgium
  • Date: Sunday, march 20th 2016
  • Time: 15:00 – 16:00 + 17:00 - 18:00
  • Language: English
  • Cost: Free
  • Participants: A lecture open to anyone interested to know more about our project Just for the Record, learn more about gender bias on Wikipedia and learn the basic tools to create an account and start editing.
  • What to Bring: Attendees can bring their own laptops and power cords if they wish to start editing.
participants[edit]
  1. Loraine
  2. User:MMelvaer
  3. Léonie Butler
  4. Sarah Magnan
Page edited[edit]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ladyfest

30.04.2016 3 workshops at Girl Tech Fest[edit]

We held 3 workshops as a part of the first annual Girl Tech Fest in Brussels, an event that invites 250 girls in the age between 11 and 15 who are interested in technology to a day of workshops and activities. The event is organized by the Digital Leadership Institute International, and we decided to go for a slightly different approach that what we usually do, not only because the age-group was different (a conscious choice by the DLII, as this is the age a lot of girls drop out of tech.) but also because the girls were technologically very advanced and did not need any guidance as to how to create a Wikipedia account. Using the well-known surrealist game called "Exquisite Corpse" we invited the girls to collectively draw or write stories about 5 subjects: The internet, Wikipedia, A Hero, A Heroine or Someone brave. During and after this exercise we used what they drew or wrote to create a discussion about their choices and teach them how Wikipedia works. Each workshop had 8 participants which is a size we recommend, and the exercises were repeated whenever the participants wanted to as this would naturally follow the discussion at the table. At the end of each session each participant could take home their favorite piece and would in this way also take home a little text that describes the gender gap on Wikipedia.

  • Venue: European School of Brussels IV, Drève Sainte-Anne 86, 1020 Bruxelles
  • Date: 30.04.2016
  • Time: 08:00 - 15:00
  • Language: English
  • Cost: Free
  • Participants: 250 girls from the Brussels district who are interested in technology
  • What to Bring: Nothing
Pictures[edit]
10.06.2016 Bots, Robots and Cyborgs - Part 1 - Uncertainty Detected?[edit]

The first part of two events dedicated to presentations, discussions and Wikipedia editing, addressing gender issues around the themes of bots, robots and cyborgs, with guests An Mertens and Zora the robot.

  • Venue: De Munt Punt, Munt 1 1000 Brussel, BE
  • Date: 10.06.2016
  • Time: 13:00 - 20:00
  • Language: English
  • Cost: Free
  • Participants: Open to anyone interested in this experience: beginners welcome! débutant(e)s bienvenu(e)s! beginners welkom! Experienced Wikipedia editors will be present and will share their knowledge in editing Wikipedia.
  • What to Bring: Attendees can bring their own laptops and power cords.
  • A temporary library will be set up by the participants who are invited to bring their books and digital documents to share with the others!'
Pictures[edit]
Presentation and editing workshop by just for the record
Presentation and editing workshop by just for the record
Presentation and editing workshop by just for the record
Presentation and editing workshop by just for the record
Presentation and editing workshop by just for the record
Presentation and editing workshop by just for the record
Program[edit]
  • 13:00 – introductory presentations of Just For The Record and the gender gap on Wikipedia
  • 14:00 – discussions
  • 14:30 – crash course on Wikipedia editing and start of the editing session
  • 18:00 – break
  • 18:30 – presentation by An Mertens: Uncertainty detected?
  • 20:00 – the end

Guest speaker: An Mertens is an artist, writer and storyteller. As a member of Constant she experiments with writing and storytelling on the web, on paper, or in a performative context. She co-initiated Algolit, a workgroup around i-literature, code and texts. This group inspired Algorithmic Storytellers, her actual research on the narrative perspective of algorithms. In 2013 her experimental novel 'Tot Later' was published with De Bezige Bij, Antwerpen.

UNCERTAINTY DETECTED? Developers of AI often use Wikipedia and Wikidata as training material for their applications, because it is the only corpus available that is large, well structured, multi-lingual, peer-reviewed, up-to-date and free to use. Mapping language to a computer model is still an experimental practice which requires compromises and contains many grey zones. An Mertens guides you through a self learning algorithm showing the different stages of the process, while the algorithm tries to detect uncertain zones in the texts she feeds it with.

Guest performer: Zora, a humanoid “girl” robot, developed to perform in residential care centers, in schools with autistic children and in various types of hospitals, trained by Tom Rottinghuis to become a member of the team of the Muntpunt library.

+ A special selection of books by Muntpunt librarian Martine Seys

Registered Wikipedia Users[edit]
18.06.2016 Bots, Robots and Cyborgs - Part 2 - Just a Data Point, the bot that draws the borders of Wikipedia[edit]

The second part of two sister events dedicated to presentations, discussions and Wikipedia editing, addressing issues around the themes of bots, robots and cyborgs, with guests Cristina Cochior and Zora the robot.

  • Venue: De Munt Punt, Munt 1 1000 Brussel, BE
  • Date: 18.06.2016
  • Time: 13:00 - 18:00
  • Language: English
  • Cost: Free
  • Participants: Open to anyone interested in this experience: beginners welcome! débutant(e)s bienvenu(e)s! beginners welkom! Experienced Wikipedia editors will be present and will share their knowledge in editing Wikipedia.
  • What to Bring: Attendees can bring their own laptops and power cords.
  • A temporary library will be set up by the participants who are invited to bring their books and digital documents to share with the others!
Pictures[edit]
Presentation by just for the record
Presentation by guest before the editing workshop
Program[edit]
  • 13:00 – introductory presentations of Just For The Record and the gender gap on Wikipedia
  • 14:00 – presentation by Cristina Cochior and intervention by Zora Robot
  • 15:00 – crash course on Wikipedia editing and start of the editing session
  • 18:00 – the end

Guest speaker: Cristina Cochior (RO) is a researcher, designer and bot custodian working in the Netherlands. Currently completing an MA in Media Design and Communication at the Piet Zwart Institute, her interests revolve around automation practices, disrupting the interface and peer to machine knowledge production. Her current research topic is the power relation between human and non-human participants in knowledge production, with a focus on the Wikipedia anti-vandalism bot Cluebot NG.

Guest performer: Zora, a humanoid “girl” robot, developed to perform in residential care centers, in schools with autistic children and in various types of hospitals, trained by Tom Rottinghuis to become a member of the team of the Muntpunt library.

+ a special selection of books by Muntpunt librarian Martine Seys.

Registered Wikipedia Users[edit]

Lessons learned[edit]

What worked well?
  • We have found that starting the events with a lecture on a specific topic helps the participants engage in the following discussion and edit-a-thon. We introduce that lecture with shorter talks on how Wikipedia works and Just for the Record's background to give context to the lecturer.
  • The layout of the rooms have also proved to have a great impact, and we find that having people sit in smaller groups around islands of tables work better than everyone on one big table as it makes the participants collaborate more.
  • As we also provide a lunch on our bigger events we find that doing a round of introductions before lunch make people talk more to each other, which again helps the workshop flow later.
  • Reaching out to existing institutions in our city is mostly a very positive experience.
  • Always having a person (could be different ones during the day) who is responsible for keeping things on schedule.
What didn't work?
  • We have learned to have more moments where people can ask questions, as our participants come from very different backgrounds.
  • We have learned to subscribe around 10 percent more participants than what we can host as there always are some last-minute cancellations.
What would you do differently if you planned a similar project?
  • Every time we host an event there are small improvements that reflect lessons learned on our previous event, however we are not planning any radical changes. If you are planning to organize a similar event together with a group of people we will recommend to make sure to debrief with your whole team afterwards, and try to get feedback from your participants after your event.

Learning patterns[edit]

Outcomes and impact[edit]

Outcomes[edit]

Provide the original project goal here.

Goals[edit]

  • Bring together people around gender gap issues in the recording and writing of history.
  • Find creative and inclusive ways of dealing with these issues.
  • Encourage more diversity on wikipedia by introducing and training collaborators (focusing on the presence of women).
  • Document this process and publish articles on wikipedia.
Did you achieve your project goal? How do you know your goal was achieved? Please answer in 1 - 2 short paragraphs.

We are proud to have reached and even exceeded our projects goals; It took more time than expected to launch our events, but we have now managed to secure a vast network of partners to collaborate with, and participants interested in our activities and coming back to our events.

  • Bring together people around gender gap issues in the recording and writing of history:
    • As we have mentioned in the activities section, we have had four major one day events, each time bringing around 25 participants to learn about gender biais issues and collaborate to make a change on Wikipedia.
      • Heroines - 15.01.2016 - Pianofabriek, Brussels
      • Gender Redirect - 27.02.2016 - Amazone, Brussels
      • Bots, robots, cyborgs part 1 - 10.06.16 - MuntPunt, Brussels
      • Bots, robots, cyborgs part 2 - 18.06.16 - MuntPunt, Brussels
    • We have even achieved more than planned and reached for a broader audience. On top of the 4 planned events, we have made 4 other presentations for the public;
      • International Women’s Day - 08.03.2016 - MuntPunt, Brussels
      • Alter Egoes - 18-20.03.2016 - Brass, Brussels
      • VUB – gender-neutral writing - 13.04.2016 - VUB library for the Brussels Writing Week
      • Girl Tech Fest 30.04.2016 - European School of Brussels IV, Brussels
  • Find creative and inclusive ways of dealing with these issues:
    • The events are always free, a vegetarian/vegan lunch is provided.
    • We are always trying to expand our network and reach different audiences, this is why we are working with many different collaborators and spaces to host our events. We work to make encounters between different circles of interest to get to know each other by bringing the cultural/artistic sectors in political/associative venues and vice versa.
    • We want to understand more deeply how gender bias happens in society in general, to be able to understand better then how it manifest on wikipedia. To do so, we invite guest speakers to talk about their expertise, we are focussing on research-based or performing artists who bring a creative twist into their inquiry of gender studies.
  • Encourage more diversity on wikipedia by introducing and training collaborators (focusing on the presence of women):
    • The events are open to everyone. We strive to provide a friendly environment where everyone feels welcomed to participate to the discussions in an open way, with special care for women, but also people of all race, class or sexual orientation. We want more diversity on wikipedia.
    • We always have a discussion before, and also after with the participants. This way everyone can share the contributions they have achieved on the platform, but also the technical or relational problems they have encountered on Wikipedia. We are sure that by doing this we can find collective solutions and make it less likely for people to leave the platform after a negative first experience.
    • By having relatively small groups, and events that last a whole day, we contribute to create a sense of community and trust between the participants.
  • Document this process and publish articles on wikipedia:
    • As we have mentioned previously, we keep track of the articles that have been edited each time and record the big lines of the discussions that happened during our events on our meetup page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Meetup/justfortherecord . It has proven to be a great tool, for us to keep track and improve our activities and also for others who want to get a sense of what we are doing.

Progress towards targets and goals[edit]

Project metrics

Target outcome Achieved outcome Explanation
30 participants at each event between 18 and 24 participants at each event, plus the participants of supplementary events. There were more people registered, but we had seats limits so we couldn’t do too much overbooking and we had some last minute cancellations. more people came for the first part of the day, and attended to the presentations, but sometimes they couldn’t stay for the editing session, or didn’t want to register on the meetup page.
half of the 30 participants stay active on Wikipedia over 38 editors we have 15 active editors So far we can say that approximately that more than a third of the participants stay active after the event. Talking with edit-a-thon organizers, it seems it is a very good ratio.


So far, our measures at this point (half way) give us
rolling active editor: 15
bytes added: 177703382
newly registered: 25
pages edited: 153676
pages created: 787
existing editors: 38


Global Metrics[edit]

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  1. Next to each required metric, list the actual outcome achieved through this project.
  2. Where necessary, explain the context behind your outcome. For example, if you were funded for an edit-a-thon which resulted in 0 new images, your explanation might be "This project focused solely on participation and articles written/improved, the goal was not to collect images."

For more information and a sample, see Global Metrics.

Metric Achieved outcome Explanation
1. # of active editors involved 17 All the users who have at least 5 or more edits from January 1 to September 30
2. # of new editors 32 Editors who created usernames one week before the event and up to the end of each event.
3. # of individuals involved 94 All people participating in the project (organizers, users, attendees, etc.)
4a. # of new images/media added to Wikimedia articles/pages 3 Number of images uploaded to Commons and added to Wikipedia articles or other Wikiproject pages (without counting the many images on our meetup page)
4b. # of new images/media uploaded to Wikimedia Commons (Optional) 84 84 images were uploaded to Wikimedia Commons.
5. # of articles added or improved on Wikimedia projects 157916 1341 pages created + 156575 pages modified on the whole events period (january till september)
6. Absolute value of bytes added to or deleted from Wikimedia projects 180684977 calculated with the global metrics tool, on the whole events period (january till september)
Learning question
Did your work increase the motivation of contributors, and how do you know?

We continue having participants at our event who come because previous participants recommended them to. We get very good feedback from our participants.


Impact[edit]

What impact did this project have on WMF's mission and the strategic priorities?

Option A: How did you increase participation in one or more Wikimedia projects?

Option B: How did you improve quality on one or more Wikimedia projects?

Option C: How did you increase the reach (readership) of one or more Wikimedia projects?

Reporting and documentation of expenditures[edit]

This section describes the grant's use of funds

Documentation[edit]

Did you send documentation of all expenses paid with grant funds to grants at wikimedia dot org, according to the guidelines here? Answer Yes.
yes

Expenses[edit]

Please list all project expenses in a table here, with descriptions and dates. Review the instructions here.
Number Category Item description Unit Number of units Actual cost per unit Actual total Budgeted total Currency Notes
1.E1 documentation, beamer rental, etc event 1 142.96 125 euros
1.1 documentation, beamer rental, etc Book - Le panthéon des femmes... 20.04 1 20.04 euros 29_2016-01-15-note_frais_myriam and 29_20_2016-01-08_documentation-pantheon_Myriam
1.2 documentation, beamer rental, etc book - introduction aux etudes de genre 23.38 1 23.38 euros 29_2016-01-15-note_frais_myriam and 29_23_2016-05-30-documentation-etude-genre-Myriam
1.3 documentation, beamer rental, etc book - feminism unfinished 14.15 1 14.15 euros 29_2016-01-15-note_frais_myriam and 29_feminism unfinished-myriam
1.4 documentation, beamer rental, etc book - prehistory cloud 23.14 1 23.14 euros 29_2016-01-15-note_frais_myriam and 29_facture-prehistory-myriam
1.5 documentation, beamer rental, etc book - cyborg-donna harraway 29.7 1 29.7 euros 29_2016-01-15-note_frais_myriam and 29_29_cyborg-myriam
1.6 documentation, beamer rental, etc beamer 15 1 15 euros 17_EXPENSE_REPORT_JFTR_printing_material
1.6 documentation, beamer rental, etc car rental (Cambio) 17.55 1 17.55 euros 16_EXPENSE_REPORT_JFTR_car_rental
1.E2 documentation, beamer rental, etc event 2 90.97 125 euros
1.7 documentation, beamer rental, etc book - About Feminism 44.7 1 44.7 euros 21_documentation-loraine and 21_2016-01-19_documentation_1_Loraine
1.8 documentation, beamer rental, etc book - RIOT bookshop 18 1 18 euros 21_documentation-loraine and 21_2016-01-16_documentation_Loraine
1.8 documentation, beamer rental, etc book - Feminism And Art 28.27 1 28.27 euros 21_documentation-loraine and 21_2016-01-19_documentation_2_Loraine
1.E3 documentation, beamer rental, etc event 3 151.4 125 euros
1.9 documentation, beamer rental, etc books - see notes details 151.4 1 151.4 euros 25_2016-06-17-documentation_Mia
1.E4 documentation, beamer rental, etc event 4 0 125 euros
TOTAL 1 documentation, beamer rental, etc all events 395.33 500 euros
2.E1 Fee for the space event 1 160 300 euros
2.1 Fee for the space Pianofabriek 60 1 60 euros 01_contract 16003 just for the record-signed
2.2 Fee for the space Childcare 100 1 100 euros 06_F001DCALK2016
2.E2 Fee for the space event 2 342 300 euros
2.3 Fee for the space Amazone 242 1 242 euros 19_amazone-space
2.4 Fee for the space Childcare 100 1 100 euros 13_Pascale_Barret
2.E3 Fee for the space event 3 300 300 euros
2.5 Fee for the space wtc-constant 300 1 300 euros 26_Constant_DN16012-rent-space-event3-4_mia
2.E4 Fee for the space event 4 300 300 euros
2.6 Fee for the space wtc-constant 300 1 300 euros 26_Constant_DN16012-rent-space-event3-4_mia
TOTAL 2 Fee for the space all events 1102 1200 euros
3.E1 Food and beverages event 1 509.36 750 euros
3.1 Food and beverages Pianofabriek lunch 10 23 230 euros 07_2015-01-Pianofabriek
3.2 Food and beverages Pianofabriek drinks coffee water 10 23 55.6 euros 07_2015-01-Pianofabriek
3.3 Food and beverages biscuits and juices 39.97 1 39.97 euros 05_food_tanneurs
3.4 Food and beverages beers - 3 crates of bio beers = 72 beers 27.93 3 83.79 euros 09_FAC 2015614 (1)
3.5 Food and beverages Clara catering 100 1 100 euros 08_RPI-justForTheRecord-clara
3.E2 Food and beverages event 2 684.1578999999999 750 euros
3.6 Food and beverages Amazone lunch 11.995 26 311.87 euros 19_amazone-space
3.7 Food and beverages Amazone tea coffee 1.5 58 87.0232 euros 19_amazone-space
3.8 Food and beverages Amazone water and juices 4.99 15 74.9595 euros 19_amazone-space
3.9 Food and beverages after food 80 1 80 euros 12_food_student
3.10 Food and beverages biscuits & fruits 30.3 1 30.3 euros 11_food_tanneurs
3.11 Food and beverages Femke (catering) 100 1 100 euros 22_Constant_DN16010-femke-mia
3.E3 Food and beverages event 3 400 750 euros
3.12 Food and beverages An Mertens (catering) 100 1 100 euros 27_Constant_DN16011-an-mia
3.13 Food and beverages catering Louise & Cristian (food) 10 30 300 euros 31_Facture justfortherecord1
3.E4 Food and beverages event 4 400 750 euros
3.14 Food and beverages Cristina Cocchior (catering) 100 1 100 euros 33_Cristina
3.15 Food and beverages Cristina Cocchior (travel) 28 1 28 euros 33_Cristina
3.16 Food and beverages catering Louise & Cristian (food) 10 30 300 euros 32_Facture justfortherecord2
3.E5 Food and beverages 10% extra gathering report euros
3.17 Food and beverages Brunch ASBL 15.37 1 15.37 euros 34_2016-06-30 brunch
3.18 Food and beverages food for editing session 63.91 1 63.91 euros 28_Expense report JFTR editing session mia
TOTAL 3 Fee for the space all events 2072,79 3000 euros
4.E1 Wikipedia-editing material (print) budget event 1 16.3 25 euros
4.1 Wikipedia-editing material (print) budget copies (cheatsheets, business cards, stickers) 16.3 1 16.3 euros 18_EXPENSE_REPORT_JFTR_printing_loraine
4.E2 Wikipedia-editing material (print) budget event 2 0 25 euros
4.E3 Wikipedia-editing material (print) budget event 3 17.84 25 euros
4.2 Wikipedia-editing material (print) budget copies (cheatsheets, business cards, stickers) 17.84 1 17.84 euros 24_Technical_materials_Loraine
4.E4 Wikipedia-editing material (print) budget event 4 0 0 euros
TOTAL 4 Fee for the space all events 234.14 100 euros
5.E1 Communication budget event 1 61.63 50 euros
5.1 Communication budget stickers sheet print material 9.68 1 9.68 euros 30_2016-01-15 bis-note_frais_myriam
5.2 Communication budget card 12.35 1 12.35 euros 04_print
5.3 Communication budget posters 39.6 1 39.6 euros 10_facture2016-01-03_02-42-14
5.E2 Communication budget event 2 0 50 euros
5.E3 Communication budget event 3 0 50 euros
5.E4 Communication budget event 4 0 50 euros
TOTAL 5 Fee for the space all events 61.63 200 euros
Total project budget (from your approved grant submission)
5000 euros
Total amount requested from WMF (from your approved grant submission, this total will be the same as the total project budget if PEG is your only funding source)
5000 euros
Total amount spent on this project
3683.8979 euros
Total amount of Project and Event grant funds spent on this project
3683.8979
Are there additional sources that funded any part of this project? List them here.
No additional sources

Remaining funds[edit]

Remaining funds from this grant have been returned to WMF in the amount of 1316.10 EUR.
Are there any grant funds remaining?
YES
Please list the total amount (specify currency) remaining here. (This is the amount you did not use, or the amount you still have after completing your grant.)
total amount : 1316.1021 euros

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If funds are remaining they must be returned to WMF, reallocated to mission-aligned activities, or applied to another approved grant.
Please state here if you intend to return unused funds to WMF, submit a request for reallocation, or submit a new grant request, and then follow the instructions on your approved grant submission.
return unused funds to WMF