AAF training course; Workshops in Strasbourg; European Heritage Days: Rennes; Wiki Loves Monuments
AAF training course
The "association des archivistes français", biggest archivist association in France organized with Wikimedia France an training course on september 8. That was the opportunity to explain and practice around Wikimedia movement, Wikipedia, Wikimedia commons and a bit of Wikidata for 7 hours. There were 8 attendees during this training session. The idea is to reproduce this kind of training session each year in the framework of a partnership.
Workshops in Strasbourg
The Wikipedia, Wiktionnary and Wikisource workshops are back at the Mediathèque André Malraux of Strasbourg since this 26 september.
European Heritage Days: Rennes
On September 20, wikimedians hold a stand and a workshop at the Champs Libres (Museum of Brittany and library of Rennes) for the European Heritage Days. Like the previous years, we shared the space with OpenStreetMap.
Wiki Loves Monuments
For the 9th year in a row, Wiki Loves Monuments was organized in France. The symbolic threshold of 10 000 uploaded photos was passed, making 2020 the best of the last 5 year in term of participation. This year, the scope of admissible photo was enlarged. In France "monument historic" can be either building or object ; until this edition, WLM was only for buildings but it was open to objects. This category was quite succesful.
Now, the 5 members of the jury will now start doing its selection to find the 10 winners. The results should be avalaible in two months.
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