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Ted Speakers Challenge - Win Books!
The TED Speakers Challenge, running until 6 July, stems from the appointment by TED (the "TED Talks" talks people) of two Wikipedians-in-Residence - Jane Darnell (User:Jane023) and yours truly. (See: Meet TED's Wikipedians-in-Residence.)
We're inviting Wikimedians to write or improve Wikipedia articles and Wikidata items about the 1,800+ speakers in the dataset donated by TED as part of the project.
Points are awarded for various types of contributions, and the person with the most points at the end of the challenge will receive a box set of ten TED Books valued at $159.00USD. Ten runners-up will each receive a set of three books. For full details, and to take part, please see TED speakers challenge.
In this issue
- Africa report
- Brazil report
- France report
- Germany report
- Italy report
- Latvia report
- Macedonia report
- Mexico report
- Netherlands report
- Norway report
- Spain report
- Sweden report
- Switzerland report
- UK report
- USA report
- Special story
- Wiki Loves Earth Biosphere Reserves report
- Open Access report
- WMF GLAM report
- Wikidata report
- OpenGLAM Benchmark Survey report
- Wikimania report
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