I don't deny that he's notable, but as it stands now, the article looks like a resume. Can you rewrite the career and education sections to provide more of a chronology, and concentrate on his notable achievements? I'm sure you're aware of WP:LINKEDIN. I tried to do this myself but found it difficult since I'm not familiar with the subject. ubiquity (talk) 21:01, 5 September 2014 (UTC)
You are right. I mostly concentrated on facts and sources and neglected to pay attention to the actual wording. I have never run into WP:LINKEDIN essay before, so thanks for pointing it out. --Jarekt (talk) 02:29, 6 September 2014 (UTC)
Wikipedia and YOUR History: Taking Control of the Internet
Come one and come all. To a presentation at the Laurel Historical Society about how you can help verify, validate, and edit the information that is on the front line of local history.
Picture your self leading the masses to improve Wikimedia one article at a time.
Show the Internet who is the better editor.
Be the creator of culture that you know you are.
Spread the knowledge of noteworthy people who no one but you cares about.
Lead the charge to a better Wikipedia --- eventually.
Wikimedia DC invites revolutionaries, free thinkers, and other sundry editors to a DC WikiSalon
The WikiSalon is a special meetup usually held during the first and third full weeks of every month, from 7 PM to 9 PM. It's an informal gathering of Wikimedia enthusiasts, who come together to discuss Wikimedia wikis and collaboratively edit. There's no set agenda, and guests are welcome to recommend articles for the group to edit or edit on their own.
If you're coming by Metro, the closest station is Dupont Circle (on the Red Line). If you're driving, a lot of parking opens up downtown after 6:30 PM, so finding a parking space (even a free one) should be easy. Once you've found the building, go to Cove on the second floor. We will be in the conference room.
When: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Where: The Cove, Dupont Circle, 1730 Connecticut Avenue NW, 2nd floor, 20009, DC
Thursday, September 11: “Wikipedia and YOUR History: Taking Control of the Internet, One Article at a Time!”
A presentation at the Laurel Historical Society about how you can help verify, validate, and edit the information that is on the front line of local history. Laurel Pool Room, 9th and Main Street in Laurel, MD. 7 PM.
Saturday, September 27 – Sunday, September 28: Please RSVP for the Open Government WikiHack at Eventbrite by clicking on the link. The National Archives and Records Administration and Wikimedia DC are teaming up to come up with solutions that help integrate government data into Wikipedia. 10:30 AM – 5 PM each day
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