Difference between revisions of "Meeting 018"

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# Mediawiki discussion
# Mediawiki discussion
# Wiki Loves Monuments 2017 review
# Wiki Loves Monuments 2017 review
# Art & Feminism editathon
## Art & Feminism editathon
# Accounting and administration
# Accounting and administration
# Other matters
# Other matters

Revision as of 04:18, 13 April 2018

Date & venue

11/01/2018, Kavallier ta' San Ġakbu, Valletta


  • Tony Micallef (President)
  • Neville Borg (Secretary)
  • Toni Sant (Board Member)


  1. Update from previous meeting
  2. Mediawiki discussion
  3. Wiki Loves Monuments 2017 review
    1. Art & Feminism editathon
  4. Accounting and administration
  5. Other matters


Item 1: Update from previous meeting - It was agreed that the frequency of WCM board meetings shall be set to every other month for a frequency of a minimum of six meetings per year. Extraordinary meetings shall be organised as required.

Item 2: Mediawiki discussion -

  • Neville has renewed the domain "www.wikimalta.org", at his own expense. He will be presenting a request for reimbursement.
  • The presence of a number of spam pages on the website was raised. The team will be deleting these pages over the coming days.
  • Toni and Andrew will be updating MediaWiki to Special:Version 1.30 over the coming days.

Item 3: Wiki Loves Monuments 2017 review -

Item 4: Plan of action for 2018 -

  • The idea of setting up a regular WikiMeet for local Wikimedians. The first WikiMeet will be planned for 8 February.

Item 4: Art & Feminism editathon - WCM were approached by Blitz to participate in the Art & Feminism project. The idea of this activity forming part of Wiki Loves Art, together with the documentation of the Fondazzjoni Kreattivita collection. A training session for the working group will be carried out on 15 February, whilst an editathon will take place on 9 & 10 March 2018.

Item 5: Accounting and administration -

Item 6: Other matters -

  • Toni has been invited to lead a workshop in Rome.