WikiConference North America

WikiConference North America is a conference and, as of November 2016, Wikimedia user group.

WikiConference North America
Legal statusvoluntary and non-profit organization
Approval dateNovember 7, 2016
Websitewikiconference.org
E-mail addressinfo(_AT_)wikiconference.org
Twitter@wikiconNA
FacebookWikiConference North America

On the last day of WikiConference North America 2016, the organizing team announced the creation of a permanent group that will plan future WikiConference North America events. The scope of the group is to coordinate the planning and hosting of WikiConference North America in future years. Membership in Wikimedia North America User Group is open to all people interested in supporting the mission of the group. People from WMF affiliate user groups and other active Wikimedians in North America are invited to join. Outreach will occur across North America in order to attract members with diverse interests and skills.

2024 edit

WikiConference North America/2024 -- in Indianapolis, Indiana, (add dates), 2024.

2023 edit

WikiConference North America/2023 -- in Toronto, November 9–12, 2023.

2022 edit

WikiConference North America/2022 -- Dates: November 11-12 2022. We had an online event jointly with OpenStreetMap. A few locations had meetups too. We had about 190 attendees at the peak.

2021 edit

WikiConference North America/2021 -- We did it! It was an online event, Oct 8-10, 2021. See the wikiconference.org report for details.

2020 edit

WikiConference North America/2020 was a virtual event from Friday, December 11 - Sunday, December 13.

2019 edit

Dates November 8-11, 2019
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Theme Reliability
Location MIT Stata Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.
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  • Credibility Coalition
  • Connie Moon Sehat
  • Jennifer 8. Lee
  • MIT

2018 edit

Dates October 18-21, 2018
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Theme possibility/posibilidad/possibilité
Location Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.
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2017 edit

Dates August 11-13, 2017
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Theme amplify/amplifier/amplificar
Location Le Centre Sheraton, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Committee

2016 edit

Dates October 7–10, 2016
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Theme inclusivity
Location San Diego Public Library, San Diego, California, U.S.
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Committee

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