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  • (NSW) 2021 September 25, SaturdayParalympics Wikipedia edit-a-thon — Online
    The City of Sydney Library is hosting edit-a-thons to increase and improve content relevant to our diverse communities. Highly decorated Paralympian and passionate advocate Sarah Stewart will speak about the importance of diverse voices in documenting Australian Paralympic history. The editing will be led by Tony Naar, Greg Blood and Ross Mallet who manage the Australian Paralympic History Project. Wikipedia editors Toby Hudson and Caddie Brain will help participants improve articles about Paralympians and the Paralympic Games. This event will be hosted online and tickets can be booked from the event page. No experience is necessary to join the edit-a-thon. Participants are encouraged to set up a Wikipedia account prior to the workshop.
  • (National) 2021 October 13, WednesdayCommunity Meeting - A discussion about the Census and Code of Conduct — Online
    Universal Code of Conduct A discussion and opportunity to offer feedback on the Enforcement Draft Guidelines of the Universal Code of Conduct, a document that will outline the mechanism, reporting system, division of role, and disbursement of responsibilities within the Wikimedia movement to enforce the UCoC. Guided by Ramzy Muliawan, Facilitator, Movement Strategy and Governance at the Wikimedia Foundation, the conversation will focus on current and best practices of enforcing similar behavioural policy within the context of Wikimedia volunteers in Australia and Wikimedia Australia. Census Tools: A discussion The 2021 Census results will be released next year. This offers massive challenges in terms of updating and maintaining data across Wikimedia platforms. What opportunities might there be for automation or tool development to assist with this process? What needs are there and what might we build together?

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