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English: A bird's-eye view of a selection of the coolest projects of the Wikimedia Chapters in the past year. Be inspired by creativity and community work from all over the world, in order to transfer the enthusiasm and ideas to your communities back home. A 50 min presentation during which you will learn about more than 30-40 projects run by Wikimedia Chapters, followed by a vote on the coolest project and a 20 minutes panel - "How to run a cool project".

Wikimedia Chapters run awesome projects and programmes, all year long. Most of which, you will never hear about. Just like in 2011 - 2016 we will give the Wikimaniacs an overview of the coolest of these projects. The overview includes topics like tips to be successful and things to better avoid, people and movement money involved, target groups or goals. Our goal is to inspire the audience: We hope that they learn from these projects, replicate or improve them and come up with their own ideas.

This session should be a great start of the first day for every Wikimania (and has been for the past seven years).

The Panel will dicuss how the cool projects can assist the movement and the local chapters in their outreach.

Panel: Juliet Barbara, communication's Director of Wikimedia Foundation. Itzik Edri, Board Member of Wikimedia Israel Michael Jahn, Head of Communications & Partnerships Wikimedia Deutschland Maria Cruz, Communications and Outreach Project Manager for Community Engagement at the Foundation The Panel will be the Jury selecting the coolest Project of the year, based on the vote of the audience in the room.
Source YouTube: The Coolest Projects of Wikimedia Chapters Be Inspired
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