Grants talk:Project/Rapid/Amy/Binghamton Art+Feminism Wikipedia Editathon/Report

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Hello Padawan15 thank you for submitting your report for Binghamton Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. I know you got a lower turn out than expected but this was a great first edit-a-thon you've put on. You've already identified great areas of improvement. I was especially excited to see that you had included the quotes from your participants. It really showed the impact you had on the group. I wanted to ask some follow up questions on your report and provide comments and resources for future events you might plan.

  1. Could you please share with us your outreach dashboard so we can see the articles your group was able to edit?
  2. In your finance section please include the expenses you had for each of the budget line items. I see from your email that you spent the budget but we will need the numbers in the grants funds spent section of the report as well.


  • In the new fiscal year we've been encouraging all our grantees to scale back on t-shirts. We have recognized that they are high cost items and are also not inclusive as you're limited in getting specific sizes for participants. Please consider other gifts or giving a variety of prizes for your participants.


  • If you're looking to increase your participation perhaps you can collaborate with teachers in different courses such as in Women's studies, to spread the word of your future Art + Feminism edit-a-thons. You can explore the following resources to encourage professors to participate in your program.

Again, thank you for all the work you do on Wikimedia projects and I am accepting your final grant report and expense documentation. Best regards, WJifar (WMF) (talk) 16:50, 26 March 2019 (UTC)