Wikipedia:Meetup/Belgium/Hack The Gender Gap, 29 January 2019

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Edit-a-thon Brussels 29/01
Keynote speech
Part of group 4
Wall of Fame: the written articles

The Hack The Gender Gap edit-a-thon is an edit-a-thon organised in BeCentral on 29 January 2019 to get women better described on Wikipedia.

Please add photos of the event to Category:Hack The Gender Gap edit-a-thon, 29 January 2019.

Every two weeks we also organise the Wiki Club Brussels in what we write about women and tech and more, see Wikipedia:Meetup/Belgium/Wiki Club Brussels.

Programme[edit]

  • 18h20 - 18h50: Registrations
  • 18h50 - 18h55: Welcome by BeCentral
  • 18h55 - 19H05: Speech by Didier Gossuin, Minister of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Economy & Employment.
  • 19h05 - 19h10: Speech by Loubna Azghoud, Women In Tech Brussels
  • 19h10 - 19h30: Keynote
  • 19h30 - 21h00: Creation of profiles in smaller groups.
  • 21h00 - 21h30: Closing drink & Results.

Facebook invitation: https://www.facebook.com/events/2315095565386167/

Handy links[edit]

Guidelines[edit]

The (simplified) guidelines on Wikipedia, resting on the five pillars, include:

Further:

  • Use references to source facts in your article. Every paragraph and every two/three sentences should have a reference. You can use a reference more than once. Without references an article can't be published.
  • Sign your messages in talk pages with ~~~~.

12 points to keep in mind with writing an article:

  • add only knowledge that belongs in an encyclopedia
  • add only material that is available under a free license or express it in your own words
  • describe this knowledge from a neutral position
  • add references and sources for the added information
  • do not write about your organisation, yourself, a family member, or your boss
  • do not describe new theories, new insights or thoughts and no opinions
  • see articles about similar topics as an example
  • use headings to structure an article
  • use internal links (links to other articles on Wikipedia)
  • do not add links to other sites in the body text, add those only at the bottom of the article
  • use no qualifications (best, most, etc)
  • write timeless (not: "the last century", "next month", "recent", yes: "on 27 September 2016")

Please note: if certain parts of your article have no reference, your article can't be published! Please make sure every paragraph and every two/three sentences has a reference. You can use a source more than once.

Written articles[edit]

Contact info[edit]

Participants[edit]

Helpers[edit]

Articles published[edit]

  • Aline Snz (talk) 18:53, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 4
    • Article Helena Samsioe exists already in French, one paragraph added to existing article

Published and not yet published[edit]

  • Jomassart313 (talk | sandbox) 18:57, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group:
    • Published: Renee Macklin (rewritten)
    • Not published: Star Simpson, too much text is too literally copy paste from other sources = copyright infringement -> text need to be rewritten in your own words

Not yet published[edit]

  • Cedric Genin (talk) 18:51, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 4
    • Nothing found, perhaps page not saved?
  • Christelle Pandanzyla (talk | sandbox) 18:53, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 1
    • Not published: Janet Ikpa, too much text is too literally copy paste from other sources = copyright infringement -> text need to be rewritten in your own words
  • Claratures (talk | sandbox) 18:45, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 3
    • Not Published: Natalie Warne, more references needed
  • DelphWikiBe (talk | sandbox) 18:56, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 4
    • Not published: Laura Robinson, too much text is too literally copy paste from other sources = copyright infringement -> text need to be rewritten in your own words
  • Geecko old (talk | Brouillon) 20:51, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 1
    • Not published: Interface3, due missing independent sources
  • Ibahri (talk | Brouillon) 18:56, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 1
    • Not published: Irene Veldstra, too much text is too literally copy paste from other sources = copyright infringement -> text need to be rewritten in your own words
  • Louise Shinola (talk | sandbox) 18:50, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 3
    • Not published: Alya Baffoun, is written in French in the English Wikipedia, needs to be moved to the French Wikipedia and expanded
  • Margauxdere1810 (talk | sandbox) 18:28, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 4
    • Not published: Jessie Frazelle, extension and sources needed
  • MCambie (talk | sandbox) 18:53, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group:
    • Not published: Yukako Uchinaga, too much text is too literally copy paste from other sources = copyright infringement -> text need to be rewritten in your own words
  • MonicaMold (talk | sandbox) 18:58, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 2
    • Not published: Louise Havey, because in this form it can be deleted as it is not mentioned nor fully clear why this person is relevant for Wikipedia
  • Pimenthee (talk | Brouillon) 18:48, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group:
    • Not Published yet: Maria Bertoletti, more references needed
  • Rajae Maouane (talk | sandbox) 18:29, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group:
    • Not published: Janet Foutty, extension and sources needed
  • Stéphane (talk | sandbox) 17:40, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group:
    • Not published: Ash Beckham, extension and sources needed
  • Vdvmaarten (talk | Kladblok) 18:57, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group: 4
    • Not published: Kyra Gantios, issues with style of writing, improvements are needed before it can be published (advice: look how her colleague has been described)
  • Yngndcld (talk | sandbox) 19:22, 29 January 2019 (UTC) - group:
    • Not published: Véronique Garçon: not published due missing sources