Wikimania submissions closing: Submissions for Wikimania 2014 in London are closing on 31 March. Wikimania is the annual conference of the Wikimedia movement; it was held in Hong Kong last year. The conference organizers are also compiling a list of specialist libraries that Wikimedians can explore while attending.
GLAM: Wikimedia UK has a dozen tickets to the Tank Museum in Dorset, England, which has the largest amount of tanks and second-largest collection of armored vehicles in the world. The chapter is looking for editors active in the topic area to request photographs of specific vehicles, along with photographers willing to travel there.
Google Summer of Code: The Wikimedia Foundation has put out an "urgent" call for more applicants to their Google Summer of Code program. All of the current candidates are from India or Sri Lanka, leading Quim Gil (the WMF's Technical Contributor Coordinator) to remark that "While we are very happy seeing how popular Wikimedia is among technical students in the Indian subcontinent, we are concerned about the lack of candidates from anywhere else." Last year's participants numbered 69 from eight countries.
National Wikipedia Forum: Azerbaijni media is reporting that "Wikimedia Azerbaijan"—a non-incorporated chapter, which raises serious trademark issues for the Wikimedia Foundation—has held a "National Wikipedia Forum", with a member of parliament and administrator Aydin Mirzazade leading the first panel.
GAC: The Grants Advisory Committee is calling for applications. According to the call, "The GAC are community volunteers who are explicitly invited to review and evaluate grant proposals made in the Wikimedia Foundation Project and Event Grants Program, and offer advice to both grant applicants and the Foundation."
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