WikiWomen's User Group/Reports/2016

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WikiConference USA, Washington, DC, October 2015
Wikimedia Conference, Berlin, Germany, April 2016
Wikimedia Diversity Conference, Washington, DC, June 2016

The WikiWomen’s User Group was recognized as a Wikimedia user group in July 19, 2015. This report outlines the accomplishments and activities supported by the group between July 19, 2015 and July 18, 2016. WWUG has not applied for funding so no financial reporting is required.

Activities[edit]

  • July 2015, recognized as a Wikimedia user group
  • July 2015, Wikimania, presentation, “Content Gender Gap - how to improve the coverage of women on Wikipedia”
  • October 2015, WikiConference USA, Washington D.C., presentation, “Women... it takes a village”
  • October 2015, Mentor for Kelly Doyle the Wikipedian in Residence for Gender Equity at West Virginia University
  • January 2016: Wikipedia Day 15, Wikimedia Foundation, San Francisco, California, presentation, “Perspectives on Wikipedia's Content Gender Gap”
  • April 2016: Mentor for Wiki Loves Women (Ghana and Nigeria teams)
  • April 2016: Wikimedia Conference, Berlin, Germany
  • Poster: “How to design and run a successful virtual editathon on a budget of $0… a Lightening Talk using the example of an event which ran for 31 days, attracted 71 participants & generated ~841 articles”
  • Lightening Talk: “How to design and run a successful virtual editathon on a budget of $0… a Lightening Talk using the example of an event which ran for 31 days, attracted 71 participants & generated ~841 articles”
  • June 2016: Diversity Conference, Washington, DC
  • June 2016: Wikimania, Esino Lario, Italy
  • WWUG co-founders, Emily Temple-Wood and Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight, co-Wikipedians of the Year
  • Wikimania Women’s Group (Facebook, Twitter, Meetup, Discussion Room)
  • Presentations and poster

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Presentations[edit]