Wikipedia:Meetup/Bristol 1

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Please come along to the first Bristol Wikimeet. The wikimeet has been organised to coincide with the Wikimedia Fundraising Summit which is being held in Bristol that weekend - so there is an opportunity for Bristol Wikipedians to meet representatives of the UK chapter, the Wikimedia Foundation and other chapters around the world as well as other local people interested in Wikipedia.

Where[edit]

Mackenzie's Cafe Bar, Watershed Media Centre, Bristol Harbour, Bristol

OpenStreepMap link: [1]

When[edit]

Saturday 15th May 2010 from 6:30pm

Attendees[edit]

Add your name to this list if you can make it on 15th May. Note that people of all ages are welcome!

Please also invite any Bristol Wikimedia people you know (or have had wiki dealings with) – spread the word!