|Organised by||Local volunteer teams|
Wiki Indaba is an official conference of the Wikimedia Foundation with interest in African content. Topics of presentation and dialogue include Wikimedia projects such as Wikipedia, other wikis, open-source software, free knowledge, free content and how these projects affect the African continent.
Covid 19 Impact
Before the Covid 19 pandemic, affiliate usergroups selected to host the conference would organise to host it in-person. However since the onset of Covid 19 the format has changed to hybrid where participants can attend both online and physical. Uganda was the recent affiliate country to host it solely online in 2021 which saw the numbers of participants double from when it hosted in person.
|WikiIndaba 2014||June 20–22||Johannesburg, South Africa|
|WikiIndaba 2017||January 20–22||Accra, Ghana|
|WikiIndaba 2018||March 16–18||Tunis, Tunisia|
|WikiIndaba 2019||November 8–10||Abuja, Nigeria|
|WikiIndaba 2021||November 5–7||Kampala, Uganda|
- WikiConference India
- WikiConference North America
- Wikipedia Summit India
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