University of Canberra/RCC2012/Participants
RCCamp 2012, January 20, 21, 22[edit | edit source]
On the first day, about 16 exchanged ideas in the TEAL room of the new Inspire Centre facility, including delegates from Europe, Thailand, New Zealand, Tasmania, WA, Tasmania, Victoria, Wagga Wagga, Sydney and Queensland.
The camp was run on [Bar Camp] principles. Sessions covered issues such as Systemic Bias, Editor Retention, Stub and Article Deletion, reuse of content, through Translation, particularly scientific content, across Wikipedias (English, Thai, Simple English, etc).
Another session was on the Use of Wikis for Online Consultation on Government Policy. Examples such as Kate Lundy's Public Sphere and Wiki Media's own strategy document were identified. Online Consultation has a Wikipeda Entry
- Interesting day. I still love the whiteboard walls of the University of Canberra's Learning Spaces!!
- Useful GEO Tagging Website (thanks Bidgee) http://tools.freeside.sk/geolocator/geolocator.html
- It would be good to have standard logon across Wikipedia, commons, versity etc.
- Recording planning/lead up to something expected to happen eg Sporting Fixture, Festival or Heritage Festival (15 April 2012)
Participants[edit | edit source]
- This wiki should be read in conjunction with -
- LauraHale, WM-AU member, APC project
- Chris Watkins (Appropedia:User:Chriswaterguy) from Appropedia. Wiki, open knowledge consultant.
- User:Tom Worthington, Blogger, and ICT Sustainability consultant, and ANU Adjunct Lecturer, interested in blending research and education on-line.
- Juttavd 04:50, 18 November 2011 (UTC) - my plane arrives at 8:30am, so will hopefully make it in time for the start
- John Vandenberg
- Anne Frazer
- Nigel Mitchell
- taweethaも, Wikimedia Thailand
- Jack Greenmaven, for some of it anyway.
- Anna-Maria C Sviatko (Saturday and Sunday)
- Marghanita Wikis for Policy Development & Open Format Video (Friday)
- Steven Zhang
- JJ Harrison
- Leigh Blackall
- Marcus McHale
- Nick-D (more a 'possible' than a 'likely', and even then probably only for one day over the weekend)
- No but keep me informed