Celtic Knot Conference 2020/Participants list
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|Name and/or username||Time zone||Spoken languages||Main areas of interest, what you'd like to do during the conference & "talk to me about"||Contact|
|Léa Lacroix||UTC+2||French, English, German||I'm one of the organizers of the conference, I'm also working on Wikidata, connecting the Wikidata development team to communicate about the software and features of Wikidata. I'm supporting the Wikidata community on various projects, such as events (like Wikidata's eighth birthday in October 2020!).
Talk to me about: Wikidata, your experiences with remote events, Celtic music <3 and Breton dances <3, onwiki communication, feminism and vegetarian recipes!
Telegram & Twitter: @Auregann
|Rebecca O'Neill||UTC+1||English, some Irish||I'm one of the organizers of the conference, and project coordinator for Wikimedia Community Ireland. I am passionate about small language representation across Wikimedia projects, with a special grá (love) for Irish, of course!
Talk to me about: Minority English speaking cultures (such as Irish culture on EN Wikipedia), the gender gap, and Vicipéid!
Telegram: @Smirkybec Twitter: @restlesscurator
|Richard Nevell||UTC+1||English||I am part of the organising team for this year's conference and work for Wikimedia UK. I was at the first Celtic Knot Conference in 2017 and helped organise last year's edition in Cornwall. Though I am tragically monolingual, Wikimedia UK do some excellent work supporting language communities such as the Welsh Wicipedia. It's a crucial part of our programme and I'm looking forward to the Celtic Knot.
Talk to me about: Cultural heritage online and Wikipedia training.
Telegram & Twitter: @RichardNevell
|Nicolas Vigneron||UTC+1||French, Breton, English, etc.||Languages (obviously), Wikisource and Wikidata (and how to interlink them efficiently)||on wiki, by mail, on Facebook or on Twitter: @belett|
|Anass Sedrati||UTC+2||Berber, Arabic, English, Swedish, Spanish, French||Areas of interest & Talk to me about: Languages, Incubator, Oral Heritage, Wikimedia Strategy, Future of Free Knowledge||On Wiki @:user:Anass Sedrati|
|Paucabot||UTC+1||Catalan, Spanish, English||Wikidata, Wikipedia infoboxes||Twitter: @Paucabot|
|RexxS||UTC+1||English, a few words of French and German||I'm a trustee of WMUK and chair of WMMED. I've delivered training for WMUK for almost 10 years now. My on-wiki interests include integration of Wikidata into different language Wikipedias and Lua programming.
Talk to me about: Lua and Wikipedia/Wikidata training.
|Email: rexx at blueyonder.co.uk|
|Mike Peel||UTC+1||English, some Spanish, some Portuguese||Using Wikidata in the Wikimedia projects and elsewhere, particularly through multilingual infoboxes||User talk:Mike Peel|
|JimKillock||UTC+1||English, Welsh (fluent but rusty), Latin (B1ish), German (B1ish)||I think that reusable Open Content can support language learning extremely well, as well as hep cultural creation. I am hoping to talk about reusing the recently released ZDF professional broadcast standard content on climate change and historical events as an example of how we can push state media to promote open content effectively to these ends.||Email: jim at killock dot org dot uk|
|Michaelgraaf (talk) 15:50, 22 June 2020 (UTC)||UTC+2||English, Afrikaans, conv.Zulu||Concerned that African languages are missing the semantic web/NLP bus|
|Christina Mutter||UTC+2||German, English, Italian, French||Areas of interest & Talk to me about: FAIR principles, research data management, integration of norm data (like Q- and L-IDs of Wikidata) in research projects||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jason Evans||UTC+1||Welsh & English||Areas of interest & Talk to me about: I'm interested in growing small language editing communities, Wikipedia in education and Wikiprojects, especially Wikidata, in cultural organisations and multilingual settings of any kind, and would love to chat about any or all of the above.||Email: Jason.email@example.com
|Gareth Morlais||UTC+1||Welsh & English||The role of Wikipedia article writing and editing workshops in increasing language use and community cohesion. Wikipedia as a way of strengthening languages.||Twitter: @digitalst in English @melynmelyn yn Gymraeg|
|Eli Asikin-Garmager||UTC-6||English, Spanish, Indonesian||Areas of interest: languages, infoboxes, under-represented languages, translation, editor experiences||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Iñaki LL||UTC+1||Basque, Spanish, English, French, some German, some Catalan||Cooperation of minorized language Wikimedia projects and their technical and quality content provision, particularly Basque. Etc.||Telegram:@Inaki L
|Ewa Hermanowicz||UTC+2||Polish, Italian, English, French, some German, some Spanish||Cooperation with international scientific community on Wikipedia articles related to forestry in different languagues||Twitter:@miscelanousmind|
|Meghan Dowling||UTC+1||English, Irish, some Scottish Gaelic||Final year PhD student investigating English-Irish machine translation, Vicipéid editor and Vicipéid tutor in DCU. Also dabble in Wikimedia Commons & Wikidata when I notice something missing for Irish :)
Talk to me about: Translation, Vicipéid, Wikipedia in education, language technology, Wiki gender gap
|Rachel Farrand||UTC-7||English, very small amount of Spanish||I am helping to facilitate and happy to help anyone that needs anything. Also have to be around to chat about Wikimedia Foundation Conference Grants or anything related to events.||rfarrand @ wikimedia.org|
|Trey Jones||UTC-4||English, very small amount of Spanish||Tell me why search sucks in your language—maybe I can do something about it!||tjones @ wikimedia.org|
|Ilario Valdelli||UTC+1||English, Italian, French||Education program manager of Wikimedia CH and Italian community manager||ivaldelli @ wikimedia.ch|
|Luistxo Fernandez||UTC+2||Basque, Spanish, English||Volunteer at the Basque Wikipedia branch, and as an employee and developer of a software company, currently interested in the use of Wikidata/Wikipedia info in a trivia game app (Egunean Behin), open to l10n in other languages.||Twitter:@luistxo|
|Adrián Estévez||UTC+1||Galician, Spanish, Portuguese, English||Wikipedia, Wikidata, Commons and Wiktionary user
Talk me about Toponymy and literature in minorized languages
|Lianne Wilson||UTC+1||English, Cornish, Welsh, French, Japanese||Cornish Wikipedia editor, TranslateWiki translator for Cornish
Talk to me about: Literally anything Cornish, inter-Celtic co-operation, minority language growth and participation
|User page: Gwikor Frank
|Ewan McAndrew (Wikimedian at University of Edinburgh)||UTC+1||English and some rusty French mainly but a modicum of Spanish, Scots Gaelic and Japanese||Wikipedia, Wikidata, Commons and Wikisource user
Talk me about Wikimedia in education, Wikidata maps of witches and the first Celtic Knot conference.
|Twitter: @emcandre |
|David (Davydh) Trethewey||UTC+1||Cornish, English, some Welsh, and learning some Scottish Gaelic and Irish||Wikipedia Kernewek, Cornish Language, place names. Natural Language Processing for Cornish.
I have worked for the Cornish Language Office on the data for the Akademi Kernewek Cornish online dictionary, and Cornwall place name online map.
|Twitter & Telegram: @mawkernewek|
|Mohammed Sadat||UTC||English||Wikidata, Wikibaseemail@example.com
Telegram & Twitter: @masssly
||enwiki, wikidata, commons, ClimateAction.tech, …|
|Killim||UTC+1||English, semi-fluent Irish||First timer, here to listen, connect, knot puns. I'm an archivist at Dublin City University and Europeana Members Councillor
Talk to me about: Europeana cooperation with Wikimedia community (Wikidata) Supporting young and new professionals within digital cultural heritage domain Improving inclusivity and diversity in Europeana
|Nolan S. Purcell||UTC-5||English, Gaelainn (~ TEG A2)||First-timer. Computer Programmer. Bagpiper. Theater Artist. Here to connect and learn.||Twitter: @piper_patroc|
|Kevin Scannell||UTC-5||Irish, English||Software developer and Irish Wikipedian. Professor of Computer Science in the US.
Talk to me about: Wikidata, natural language processing, machine translation, Celtic languages and linguistics, lexicography
||wikidata, NLP & CAT, GLAM cooperation. I'm studying romance philology and work in the field of digital humanities, so those are the broad subjects I'm more-or-less competent and interested in.|
|R Ashwani Banjan Murmu||UTC+5.30||Santali, Odia,Hindi, English||I'm a santali wikipedian and working for the promotion of Santali Language. Santali Language is one of the Indigenous language of India spoken in India, Bangladesh and Nepal.
Talk to me about: Santali Language and its current status in India
Telegram: @Ashwani86 Twitter: @ashwanimurmu }}
||Hebrew Cataloguing Department, Head, and Wikidata project manager at National Library of Israel.
Talk to me about: multilingualism, wikidata and authority control, wikidata in GLAM, ethics
|Simon Tubb||UTC+2||English, Dutch, French, German, intermediate Frisian||I'm a project manager at an educational non-profit, Learning Hub Friesland, working on European funded projects with schools and colleges in the Friesland region of the northern Netherlands, including on minority language education.
Talk to me about: Minority language education projects, anything Frisian language, European cooperation projects.
|Sylvain Boissel WMFr (talk)||UTC+2||
||Staff member of Wikimédia France
Talk to me about: Wikidata
|Andy Mabbett (Pigsonthewing)||UTC+1||English||I'm a serial Wikimedian in ResidenceTalk to me about how an English monoglot can be an ally to speakers of other languages||Twitter: @Pigsonthewing|
|Martin Poulter||UTC+1||English and a bit of French||Talk to me about: Wikidata|
|Toni Sant||UTC+1||Maltese, English, Italian and a bit of Spanish+Arabic||I'm presenting with User:Nevborg on the Maltese-language Wikipedia during the first day of CKC2020.
Talk to me about: Maltese-language Wikipedia + wikis in Malta
|Shannon Eichelberger||UTC+1||English||I am the Chair of Wikimedia Community Ireland.|
|Satdeep Gill||UTC+5:30||English, Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu||Wikisource enthusiast.
Also, a member of the GLAM team at WMF.
|Neville Borg||UTC+2||Maltese, English and Italian (and the most basic and broken French imaginable)||Maltese Wikimedian, member of Wikimedia Malta, PhD student, Researcher at the Arts Council in Malta. Talk to me about: Maltese-language Wikipedia, GLAM|
|CAlmog (WMF)||UTC+1||Hebrew; English||I'm here to help facilitate some of the sessions and to help wherever I can.
I'm also the Conference Grants program officer at the Wikimedia Foundation so I'll be VERY happy to talk about any events and conferences related things. Remote and in-person!
|Ciaran||UTC+2||Irish||Editor in Irish, newbie and curious||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Danielt998||UTC||English, Welsh, (bad) Mandarin, bits of others..||Editor on Welsh and English Wikipedia and Wikidata||Telegram: @danielt998|
|Siôn Jobbins||UTC||Welsh, English, Deutsch (schlecht!)||Contributor to Welsh language Wicipedia, set article a day target betweem April 2018- March 2019 for myself #wici365, still trying to write article a day in 2020. Not very technical but passionate about Wicipedia in Welsh and different languages esp minioritised languages.||Twitter: @MarchGlas|
|Roseallen||UTC-6||Papiamentu, Dutch.||Curacao. Cultural anthropologist, First timer, here to listen, learn|
Northern Saami Skolt Saami English some other languages
|Bureaucrat on the Northern Saami Wikipedia, translator, and terminologist. Talk to me about: language revitalization, translating indigenous languages, computational linguistics.||Drop me a line at the Northern Saami Wikipedia.|
|Ainali||UTC+2||Swedish, English||Active on Commons, Wikidata and Swedish Wikipedia.||Twitter: @Jan_ainali|
|GoEThe||UTC+1||Portuguese, English, other romance languages, some Danish and Dutch (don't test me on that)||Board member of Wikimedia Portugal. I am interested in ways to help smaller projects in Portuguese, and :w:Mirandese language, as well as communities in Portuguese speaking countries.||Email:email@example.com|