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User:Daniel Mietchen

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Wikimania 2018 promo video
Group photo, Wikimania 2018, Cape Town
WM18 metapage TableMountain
Wikimania 2018 - Wikidata building bridges every single day
Lifting a veil on the sources of free knowledge a WikiCite workshop
Poster - Sustainability and the Free Knowledge Movement - Wikimania 2018
Babel user information
af-1 Hierdie gebruiker het basiese kennis van Afrikaans.
sw-1 Mtumiaji huyu ni mwongeaji wa Kiswahili cha kiwango cha Msingi.
en-4 This user has near native speaker knowledge of English.
fr-4 Cet utilisateur dispose de connaissances proches de la langue maternelle en français.
ru-4 Этот участник владеет русским языком почти как родным.
de-N Dieser Benutzer spricht Deutsch als Muttersprache.
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Users by language
Video ad by Wikimedia India. Seen here.
Video ad by Wikimedia Iraq. Seen here.
Video ad by Wikimedia Nigeria. Seen here.
Travel diary from the Rivonia Trial (State v. Nelson Mandela and Others)
Lingua Libre presentation Wikimania 2018
German pronunciation of "Zika virus". Self-recorded while testing Lingua Libre. Background.
FileAnnotation with Wikidata statements demonstration
Wikidata-enabled Infobox Workshop
Wikibase registry draft logo. Seen here.
Coolest African projects - Be inspired
Africa's Wikipedias
Lightning talk Blogs
Sister project incubator (Wikimania 2018)
Wikipedian in Residence at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani
Women in Red 2018
Wikimania 2018 - One World, One Wiki!
WikiProject Medicine in Arabic Wikipedia, Wikimania 2018 Capetown, Alaa
Wikipedia classes in Côte d’Ivoire issues and lessons learned Wikimania 2018
Wikimania 2018 opening plenary data
Wikimania 2018 – How majorities can support minority languages
Which parts of a (Wikipedia) article are actually being read (Wikimania 2018)
Kiwix - 8 ways to improve offline access
WikiChallenge poster-High Resolution
Wikimania 2018 Wikidata babel workshop Level 1 instr
Wikimania 2018 - 'Building a better harassment reporting system' slides
Wikipedia 4 Refugees - Wikimania 2018 poster
Wikimania2018 CommonsInfobox
Wikimania 2018 Poster38
Wikimania 2018 poster - user sandbox+
WikiFundi Generic Poster-A2
Training needs of university students
Poster WM2018 - Wikipassaporto
Poster Wiki Loves Folk - Wikimania 2018
Poster 100wikidays Women Writers
Wikimedia 2030 @Wikimania
Journeys to the human past
Fire at train station in Capetown 2018 1
South Sun Cape Sun Hotel Elevator
People staring at penguines

I am a biophysicist interested in interactions between the Wikimedia and scholarly communities, as well as in integrating their respective workflows and infrastructure. Within this general framework, my focus for this Wikimania is on WikiCite (especially Scholia) and disaster prevention, both with special attention to Africa.

Sessions I am involved in

These are bolded in the schedule below.

Sessions I plan to attend

17 July (Tuesday)

18 July (Wednesday)

19 July (Thursday)

20 July (Friday)

21 July (Saturday)

22 July (Sunday)

23 July (Monday)

24 July (Monday)


Submissions I made or was considering

The deadline for Submissions was March 18, 2018.

Focus on Africa

With Wikimania 2018 being in Africa, I am looking into connecting to interesting projects that happen there or in other often neglected parts of the planet. Some that I heard about at the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Summit:

Water shortage

Wikimania 2018 reports

See also