Hi! I noticed you uploaded some Critical Mass photos. They look great! :)
Since you have released them under GDFL or public domain, are you interested in uploading them to commons? Commons is a repository specifically for images (and other media). Images there can be automatically used by all wiki projects, like the other language wikipedias, as well as wikitravel, wiktionary etc etc. Images uploaded here can only be used by the en wikipedia.
If you upload them there, be sure to add them to at least one category - I just made a commons:Category:Critical Mass which would be a good start. :)
(oh, btw, WP:WELCOME to Wikipedia! ;)
--pfctdayelise 13:08, 25 November 2005 (UTC)
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Thanks for adding Tober Brandt to the list; I hope you'll try to write an article on him as well. I've removed the wikilinks (these symbols: [[ ]] ); these should only be used once an article has been written for him. Feel free to ask questions at my talk page if you like.—Chidom talk 07:50, 6 September 2006 (UTC)
|In the area? You're invited to|
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|Date: September 16th, 2007|
|Place: Yerba Buena Gardens, 3pm|
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Wikipedia Campus Ambassador needed
Hi! My name is Annie Lin - I'm the Campus Team Coordinator at the Wikimedia Foundation. I'm contacting you because you're listed as a resident of San Francisco, and we're currently looking for a friendly Wikipedian to teach students in a University of San Francisco class how to use/edit Wikipedia. This is a role titled the "Wikipedia Campus Ambassador," and you'll basically be doing in-class presentations about Wikipedia, running Wikipedia labs/workshops, and in general providing face-to-face Wikipedia help for the professor and the students in the class. The time commitment is about 3-5 hours a week (with variations throughout the semester), and for this particular University of San Francisco class, most of the workload will be between March and May.
Please let me know if you're interested!
Thanks. Annie Lin (Campus Team Coordinator, Wikimedia Foundation) (talk) 19:44, 25 January 2011 (UTC)
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