|London 100||13 December|
|Oxford 35||17 January|
|East London 4||26 January|
|Oxford 34||29 November|
|Cambridge 29||28 November|
|East London 3||24 November|
|Hong Kong 103||20 November|
|Birmingham 4||15 November|
|London 99||8 November|
|Singapore 8||8 November|
|Manchester 31||25 October|
|Edinburgh 9||30 September|
|Liverpool 17||27 September|
|list of regular meetups|
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Meetups are important occasions when Wikimedians (users of Wikipedia and the sister projects) come together face-to-face generally in an informal basis. These have been going on for several years and in a wide range of places across the world. Where there have been a series of meetups at a locality, they have often developed their own culture. Check the page for previous meetus at any location you are interested in to get a better understanding of this.
Meetups can be arranged via Meta, the mailing lists, or meetup pages on the individual projects. If you have attended a meetup, you can add a little report here (and link to a longer one, if you're in the mood of writing much).
See also the page for Wikimedia and MediaWiki related events - presentations at conferences, fairs, arts events etc. This is usually a good occasion to meet other people from the Wikimedia crowd.
- Wikimedia in meatspace
- Editing Weekends - proposal for editing-related events
- Archive - older discussion about meetups
Local meetup pages (by language): als | ar | an | as | bn | bs | bg | bo | ca | cs | da | de | el | en | es | eo | et | eu | fr | ka | ko | hr | id | it | he | jv | hu | mk | nl | ja | no | uz | nds | or | pl | pt | ro | ru | sk | sl | sr | fi | sv | te | th | tr | uk | vec | vi | zh
- English Wikipedia meetup page, includes a global list of upcoming meetups
- Other local Wikipedia meetup pages:
- Events, for larger events & conferences (may also be out of date)
How to manage a Wikimedia meetup
Hundreds of Wikimedia meetups have been hosted around the world. If you wish to host a meetup in your area, then consider using the following sets of lessons from others who have hosted meetups in the past.