Welcome to Wikidata, Konrad Foerstner!
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Your feedback matters: Final reminder to take the global Wikimedia surveyEdit
(Sorry to write in Engilsh)
Thank you for reaching out to me via my talk page. I submitted a proposal for creating Bibliography of Authors with Published journals at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, in Nigeria. Already, the institution is willing to work with us to ensure this information are available on Wikidata in order to ease citation purpose. As a matter of fact, there is information locked up at University archive that will be released into the public domain if we can embark on this project.
Though the grant was declined as mentioned by Liam in her email to me because i structured the grant in the form of a long project. I am willing to reduce the grant to an event structure with a reasonable Measure of Success.
Invitation for the WikiProject COVID-19 call tomorrow (Monday, 15 of June)Edit
I would like to invite you to the tomorrow (Monday, 15 of June) cal of the Wikiproject COVID-19 at 15:00 UTC!
This is the link for the call: https://meet.google.com/vtp-ighz-npx
This is the link for the etherpad: https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/wikidata_covid_notes
The WikiProject seems to be losing momentum. Perception of the size of COVID-19 as an enormous problem is fading (at least in Brazil). That might be a sign of things getting better, but it is also very dangerous (as they might not be that better yet).
In tomorrow's call, I would like to discuss with you two important and related questions:
- How can this WikiProject best serve the anti-COVID-19 effort?
- What can this project offer for the post-COVID-19 Wikidata world?
As usual, if you have any topics to add, you can do so either before at the Project Meeting Page or at the meeting. or at the meeting.
I hope you can make it!
All the best,