Wikipedia:Meetup/Melbourne

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See also: Australian events listed at Wikimedia.org.au (or on Facebook)
Wikipedia Meetups
   August 2021 +/-
San Diego 73 (Kearny Mesa) August 14, 2021 (2021-08-14)
BLT Online August 22, 2021 (2021-08-22)
   September 2021 +/-
San Diego
74 (Balboa Park)
75 (Online)
September 25, 2021 (2021-09-25)
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Wikipedians in Melbourne hold regular, informal meetups. At the meetup we usually have some experienced users available to provide advice on any questions you may have about editing or understanding a particular aspect of Wikipedia, as well as ways to get more engaged with the Wikimedia movement. If you have ideas for discussion topics, or have a specific question to be addressed, please list them on the next meetup page.

In addition to this informal social meetup, there are several smaller editing meetups in Melbourne (focused on learning and practising article editing):


Next meetup[edit]

Wikipedia:Meetup/Melbourne/41 Saturday 19 December 2020

Previous meetups[edit]

The full list of earlier meetups can be found on this page

History[edit]

There have been Wikipedia meetups in Melbourne since 2005. In 2012, regular meetups were run by Wikimedia Australia, generally at Computerbank, which saw a more engaged Melbourne Wikimedia community, and editing workshops held in various locations. Meetups are currently most often held at Federation Square, with smaller editing meetups held at University libraries.

Since 2013, Wikipedia meetups have been supported by Wikimedia Australia (funding available for events, food and venue hire). More information can be found at wmau:Proposal:Wikimedia Australia Meetups.

Participants[edit]

This is a list of users who are interested in future meetups in Melbourne (Please sign up to this list)

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