Proposal: Proposed membership table
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- This page is a proposal being developed by our members. The proposal was moved by Tony Souter and seconded by Sam Wilson. If you are not a member of the organisation, you may request an account on this wiki using special:RequestAccount, and discuss this proposal on the discussion page.
This is a proposed table for members to enter their basic details. The purpose is to make it easier for members, and the chapter overall, to understand the geographical and thematic scope of the membership. In such a demographically dispersed country, knowing who is roughly where can help us to achieve our goals throughout Australia.
The list is entirely optional. Please remember that it's publicly accessible. If you enter your name, you're free to give as little or as much information as you wish. For example, you may wish to give no information about where you live; or your state/territory alone; or to be as specific as stating your city/region.
List of members
|Name (real or wiki username)||Location||Interests and skills||Current availability|
|Tony Souter, (en.WP page)||Sydney, inner west||English language, classical music, science||Restricted until early March; freest in winter|
|Graham Pearce (en.WP page)||Perth||Classical music, history||All year round|
|John Vandenberg (en.WP page)||Jakarta & Armidale||Academic journals, Wikisource, bots||All year round|
|Sam Wilson||Fremantle, WA||Digitisation, Wikisource, history, archiving/preservation, beer-and-coding|
|Liam Wyatt (en.WP page)||Sydney||GLAM, outreach, training, liaison with other chapters/WMF||All year round|
|Craig Franklin (en.WP page)||Brisbane Northside||Cricket, Australian History, English Wikipedia Administrator||Time poor :-(|
|Kerry Raymond (en.WP page)||Brisbane Westside||local history, GLAM engagement, training||In 2013, working part-time with some likely heavy loads around May-June|