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In the real world I am Liam Wyatt (the username is an anagram). I am the Program coordinator for WikiCite (Wikimedia Foundation contractor position, editing as User:LWyatt (WMF)). Australian but now living in Bologna, Italy.
Formerly the Europeana GLAMwiki Coordinator, elected member of the Funds Dissemination Committee, and chair of the Wikimania 2018 and 2019 program committee. In 2013-14 I was the person behind the National Library of Australia's social media. In June 2010 I had the role of "Volunteer Wikipedian in Residence" at the British Museum. You can read about this project at WP:GLAM/BM.
Before this I was a Project Officer at AustLII, formerly the Multimedia Coordinator at the Dictionary of Sydney. I was also the Vice President of Wikimedia Australia, was the convener of the GLAM-WIKI conferences in Australia and England; the Wikimedia @ Museums and the Web 2010 workshop; 2011 GLAMcamps in NYC and in Amsterdam; and the European GLAMwiki Coordinators meetings in Paris 2015, 2017, 2019.
In 2008 I wrote my thesis entitled "The Academic Lineage of Wikipedia: Connections and Disconnections in the Theory and Practice of History" at UNSW. This draws parallels between academic debates on such topics as Truth, Authorship and Freedom and our own similar debates. I believe that we can learn a great deal from these longstanding debates in professional historiography and, correspondingly, both academia should recognise our pedigree - there is much each can appreciate from the other. For this I was awarded the Degree - First Class and the "UNSW 2008 University Medal for history"!
In 2012 I undertook a Masters of Intellectual Property Law at Queensland University of Technology (co-sponsored by WIPO). My Thesis was entitled "Copyright and faithful reproductions of two-dimensional works of art" which I later turned into a submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission's Inquiry into Copyright and the Digital Economy. You can read the full submission here or download it from the ALRC's inquiry website.
|Congratulations! You have been awarded the Four Award for your work from beginning to end on Norman Selfe. TonyTheTiger (T/C/BIO/WP:CHICAGO/WP:FOUR) 01:29, 7 May 2013 (UTC)|
A chronological list of content I've created from scratch:
Optimum currency area • Bure, Switzerland • Aurora Place • HSC distinction courses • List of Lund University nations • Inspektor • Xenophon (disambiguation) • SproutCore • Greg Urwin • Pat's Uninteresting Tours • Edith Clampton • ArtBabble • Asia cup (disambiguation) • Base Mérimée • Dinocochlea • Australia Forum • The Pit (memorial). • Museums and galleries in Oxfordshire (template) • Qatar Museums Authority • The Power of Children • Christopher Lawrence (broadcaster) • Les Barricades Mystérieuses • Belmore Park • WestConnex • Codan (disambiguation) • New York pneumatic tube mail • Langford Wellman Colley-Priest • St Paul's, Manuka • The Australian and New Zealand Association of Bellringers • Australian Federation of Women Voters • Classic 100 Baroque and Before (ABC) • The Corso, Manly • Statue of Queen Victoria, Sydney • Golf book • Cloud arch • Norma Parker • Needle, Thread and Knot • List of works by Oldenburg and van Bruggen • Camden bench • Braderie de Lille • Princess Charlotte of Cambridge • L'Amour à la folie • Léon Pourtau • Le vieillard (Pourtau) • Peggy Gram • Hostile architecture • Sweet Adelines International competition (+ 2010s chorus comps, 2000s chorus comps, 2010s quartet comps, Harmony Classic) • QAGOMA • Great wall of sand • Alan Coates • Lac Sauvage (Saint-Faustin–Lac-Carré) • ICRC International T20 Cricket Tournament for people with physical disabilities • Bravio delle botti • Millennium celebrations • Star Trek (2017) • Damiano Zoffoli • Opernpassage • San Michele dei Leprosetti • UN Live • Zebra clock • Picture clock with Alster panorama • Saddle (artwork) • Staging point (Rozenfeld) • Dijon mustard • The offerings of peace and The offerings of war • 2016 Nobel Peace Prize • Nettuno d'oro • The Duke and Duchess of Urbino • The Fall of Icarus (Picasso) • History of Fair Use proposals in Australia • Oval Office grandfather clock • Jordon Steele-John • Umarell • The Norman Album • Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint Francis de Paul, and Saint Peter penitent • National liberation skirt • Aleksandras Račkus • Withlocals • Rongomaraeroa • Impact of the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic on the arts and cultural heritage • The Europeans (podcast)
Articles I've been heavily involved in but didn't personally start:
St James' Church, Sydney • Trove • Australian Women's Weekly Children's Birthday Cake Book • Ella Orr Campbell • Jacaranda, University of Sydney • Amber Galloway Gallego • Sydney Writers Walk • Che vuoi...and I can't forget the fabulous Hoxne Hoard around which I coordinated the Hoxne Challenge (see also the centrefold of the 2010 WMF Annual Report).
Articles I've created by importing/translating CC-By-SA content:
Glebe Island • John Mather (artist) • Sydney artists' camps • Hugo Alpen • Florence Violet McKenzie • AWA Tower • Wealthy (apple) • Henri L'Estrange • Norman Selfe • Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts • Lörrach sculpture path • Monument to Cuauhtémoc • Francisco I. Madero Avenue • Jøvik • Blegoš • Covered passages of Paris • Piazza Santo Stefano • Tour of Tasmania • Palacio del Valle • Olomouc astronomical clock • Santa Claus (sculpture)
Articles I originally created as redirects but others made them into standalone articles!
Windburn • Yellow Shirts • Hyperwords • Royal in the Afternoon • Admonitions Scroll • Monkey selfie • Frecciargento • Frecciabianca • Operation Orangemoody((*)) United Kingdom general election, 2017 (Scotland) • Amber Galloway Gallego
To do list: Australian Royal Commission into Noxious and Offensive Trades (1882) • Como bridge • Performing animal • SS Monaro (1876) • Lucien Henry • List of music museums • Walls of Bologna • Canals of Bologna • Knife sharpener •
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You may know me as the interviewer and panel member for the WikipediaWeekly Podcast. I have interviewed a range of people including:
|The WikiProject Public art Barnstar|
|Thank you for your constant support of WSPA, encouraging our efforts and championing the cause. We appreciate all of your help! HstryQT (talk) 12:11, 2 June 2010 (UTC)|
|The British Museum barnstar|
|For all the work you have done helping everyone at the British Museum appreciate and understand the Encyclopaedia and the Community! User:matthewcock 09:43, 2 June 2010 (UTC)|
|The Real Life Barnstar|
|For convening the most amazing GLAM conference, I give you this! I hope that you continue to organize many events to come! Rock drum Ba-dumCrash 16:14, 24 May 2011 (UTC)|
|The Good Article Barnstar|
|Thanks Wittylama for helping to promote Henri L'Estrange to Good Article status. Please accept this little sign of appreciation and goodwill from me, because you deserve it. Keep it up, and give someone a pat on the back today. --Sp33dyphil ©hatontributions 06:56, 27 July 2012 (UTC)|
|The Instructor's Barnstar|
|This Barnstar is awarded to Wikipedians who have performed stellar work in the area of instruction & help for other editors.|
For excellence in face-to-face training of new Wikipedians. They described you as knowledgeable, generous, fun, patient, and enthusiastic. 99of9 (talk) 10:32, 30 November 2012 (UTC)
|The Music Barnstar|
|For your extraordinary efforts to collate and organise the historical data of Sweet Adelines International competition, I give you this on behalf of the many barbershoppers around the world who will use this incredible resource Ennegma (talk) 13:10, 25 May 2015 (UTC)|
|The Special Barnstar|
|For Hostile architecture. I'm very pleased Wikipedia has this article, and it's thanks to you. Anna Frodesiak (talk) 09:18, 7 December 2017 (UTC)|
|The Signpost Barnstar|
|Thanks for a great contribution to The Signpost. Smallbones(smalltalk) 18:22, 1 October 2019 (UTC)|
|The Original Barnstar|
|Here is a barnstar for your article Wikipedia:Wikipedia Signpost/2019-09-30/In focus Kaiser Kitkat (talk) 16:27, 11 October 2019 (UTC)|