Grants:TPS/Ahmed Mohi El din/The 4th International conference for Arabic language
This Wikimedia Participation Support request was funded in the fiscal year 2014-15. A report is available.
I am an active Wikipedian also I am the co-founder of Wikipeadians Egypt user group, the main contact and the representative of the user group. I have had a submission accepted at the 4th international conference for Arabic language, where I will speak about How to increase the Arabic content on the internet ( Wikipedia as a sample) to show how Wikipedia is important for speared the knowledge also I will talk about the Wikipedia education program trying to start this project in other countries in the Middle east. generally I want to make the people more awear about Wikimedia projects.
Goal and expected impact
I hope that I can make everyone in the audience at this conference become aware of the Wikimedia projects and how Wikipedia is very important tools for spared the knowledge. How important to contribute at Wikimedia projects. I hope I can make workshops to teach the people how to edit Wikipedia and start the Wikipedia Eduction program in many other countries
- Travel (round trip airfare from Cairo to Dubai )
- Accommodation: $125 per night X 7 night.not included the city tax or sales tax. One more day after the conference because I can not find Late flight after the conference.
- per diem : $50 X 7
I endorse Ahmed's request. I'm excited to see that his submission on Arabic content and Wikipedia to the conference was already accepted. The conference seems to be in partnership with some very established institutions, and I think it's important that Wikipedia be part of conversations about the Arabic language. Ahmed is a dedicated community member, and I know he would be an excellent representative for the larger community and movement. I also think this serves as a great opportunity for the Egyptian user group to develop its network and explore potential regional partnership and collaborations. Tighe Flanagan (WMF) (talk) 17:17, 19 February 2015 (UTC)