I thought I'll be meeting you, .. Well, good luck for Exams... -WIth Metta, Mallikarjuna. 10:16, 27 May 2018 (UTC)
- @Mallikarjunasj: I really wanted to be there for the edit-a-thon, but the exam schedule --- I can't express how awful I feel. I did, however, "participate" in editing the project from 10 to 4, but not in a true spirit of edit-a-thon. I was up all night, writing about wikinews:Ireland votes to overturn 35-year-old constitutional ban on abortion and then dealing with GeoJSON to plot a map (on a side note, do you know any tools to create something like this?) FWIW, let's hope I would not miss the event next time.
acagastya 10:39, 27 May 2018 (UTC)
We're planning a meetup of all Bangalore based Wiki contributors, across Projects & across Languages. Of course, you must be joining us.... Can you get me contacts from Gujarati Wiki or such? any help/contacts are helpful..
Till then, Keep rocking mate. ~~ ~~ ̃
New community space for IdeaLab on Connect
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