Hello, my name's Brianna, and in case you're wondering my username is pronounced "perfect day elise".
- Philip Greenspun illustration project
- Wikimedia Australia - I'm President and do some press as well.
- commons: - my home project.
More details below.
The main factor to watch for in complex systems is scalability. The main factor for managing large communities is acculturation. Our performance in these two factors taken together determines how well the community operates at any point in time.
Some stuff I like:
- Images, obviously
- Categorization (it's pretty pervasive, hard to ignore)
- Commons:Help desk
- Wikimedia logo mosaic for our millionth upload!
- daily-image-l mailing list, I started and run this (it's automated now, so I only have to act when something goes wrong)
- Facebook group
- Commons:Welcome, iCommoners (iCommons iHeritage event in South Africa)
- plus tons more (see my userpage there)
- right here :)
- Wikimedia Australia - http://www.wikimedia.org.au/
- EasyTimeline (I still dream)
- OTRS permissions and wm-au press queue
- Useful for writing about Commons, and stuff
- Mailing lists
- Mailing lists are so useful. There should be more.
- commons-l - very high ratio of useful:useless
- wiki-research-l - uber-low traffic, but useful
- wikitech-l - be in the loop
- foundation-l be in the psuedo loop
- wikimediaau-l teh plannorz
- wikiworld (not just Wikimedia)
- There's other people out there?
- my blog
- Facebook: Wikimedia Australia
- w:WP:AWNB Australian Wikipedians' notice board
- w:WP:MELB Wikiproject Melbourne, and corresponding meetups
- w:WP:MFIC Moving Free Images to the Commons
- w:WP:WSW Spoken Wikipedia
- Mostly the Cookbook at the moment, just getting into it
- Would love to write b:Uyghur, but small catch: might need to learn it myself, first
- Pfctdayelise/A picture's worth 1000 words, and 250 encyclopedia articles
- Pfctdayelise/Chapters communication
- Pfctdayelise/Inkscape booksprint
- Pfctdayelise/MediaWiki Weekend Hack
- Pfctdayelise/WMA talks
- Pfctdayelise/Wikimania 2009 submission
- Pfctdayelise/Wikimedia Commons: Why free content media matters