Friday 8th August

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Time Barbican Hall Hammerson Room Fountain Room Auditorium 1 Frobisher 123 Boardroom Frobisher 456 Auditorium 2 Time
08:00

On-site registration

08:00
08:15 08:15
08:30 08:30
08:45 08:45
09:00 09:00
09:15 09:15
09:30 09:30
09:45 09:45
Track

Featured Speakers I Systems

Workshop I Media Training

Open Scholarship I Releasing Research

Social Machines I Norms

Education I Medicine

Discussion I ...

Evaluation I Metrics

Technology I Language

Track
10:00

Nigel Shadbolt, Chairman Open Data Institute

How to produce video & audio files for Wiki projects, for instance interviews

Free Our Research – reaching out to academics

How I Wrote an Article for Another Encyclopedia, and How It Compares to Wikipedia

Wikipedia and Medicine

Chairpersons' meeting
(with invitation only)

The state of metrics for Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums Projects

Fixing grammar errors semi-automatically

10:00
10:15 10:15
10:30

Lydia Pintscher, Project Manager Wikidata

Marking open-access references cited on Wikipedia

Common Knowledge? An Ethnography of Wikipedia (On Trust, Distrust, Betrayal and Loyalty)

Wiki-Med: The Story of the First Full Wikipedia Course in Israel – A Case Study

A framework to evaluate entities impact: wm metrics and friends

Machine aided article translation

10:30
10:45 10:45
11:00

Coffee break

11:00
11:15 11:15
Track

Featured Speakers II Data

Workshop II Programme Design

Free Culture I Reuse

Social Machines II Limits

Education II Reform

Discussion II ...

GLAM I Creative Content

Technology II Multimedia

Track
11:30

How to use Wikidata: Things to make and do with 30 million statementsMarkus Krötzsch

Growing the Awesome in your Programs

Image by Wikipedia

The State of Wikimedia Scholarship 2013–2014

Learning Literacy with Wikipedia

Chairpersons' meeting
(with invitation only)

Have you heard? – The spoken voices of notable people

Multimedia Overview

11:30
11:45 11:45
12:00

Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, Author Big Data

How to stay out of jail and still use images from Wikimedia Commons

Human-centered design for free knowledge

Top down: making a country's education system wiki-compatible

"F" for Fashion: our joint GLAM-Wiki efforts in collaboration with Europeana-Fashion – A Panel

The State (and Fate) of Video in Wikimedia

12:00
12:15 12:15
12:30

Open Data Roundtable

Crazy Contentious Copyright Challenges Constraining Community Creativity

Reform of citation structure for all Wikimedia projects

Presenting Wikipedia (so that people understand)

Freedom in motion: the state of open video and audio at Wikimedia

12:30
12:45 12:45
13:00

Lunch

13:00
13:15 13:15
13:30

Lunch

Lower Foyer (-1)
13:30–14:30
Horizon String Quartet
String quartet performing their own arrangements alongside classical repertoire.



Main Foyer (0)
13:30–14:00
Charlotte Richardson, Alexandra Kremakova and Clemmie Curd
Music by Franz Liszt and Caitlin Rowley.
14:00–14:30
Owl and BusuBuntu
Harmonising vocal duo with minimalistic songs.

13:30
13:45 13:45
14:00 14:00
14:15 14:15
Track

Featured Speakers III Strategy

Workshop III Directory

Free Culture II Conflict

Social Machines III Future

Education III Foundation

Discussion III ...

Open Data I Inputs & Outputs

Technology III Structure & Search

Track
14:30

Richard Stirling, International Director Open Data Institute

P2Pvalue directory: A collaborative resource to map common-based peer production

Which Law Applies to Wikipedia?

Beyond talk pages: discussing content in 2020

Ask the Wiki Education Foundation

...

Transforming Wikipedia into the timeline of everything!

Structured Wikiquote – The future of the free quote compendium that anyone can edit

14:30
14:45 14:45
15:00

Q&A with Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees

Legal Demands: The Good, The Bad, & The Just Plain Wrong

Wikipedia Education Cooperative Panel

Panel: Wikisource, from digitization to data

15:00
15:15

Measuring community health: Vital signs for Wikimedia projects

CirrusSearch: How we've replaced a great search engine with an awesome search engine

15:15
15:30

Common grounds for battle, or is the Commons still common?

The 7 biggest mistakes the Wikipedia Education Program has made – and what we’ve learned from them

Official statistics and Wikidata – how can National Statistics Institutes best contribute to the Wikimedia community

15:30
15:45 15:45
16:00

Coffee break

16:00
16:15 16:15
Track

Featured Speakers IV Applications

Workshop IV GLAM Evaluation

Free Culture III Heritage

Social Machines IV Interface

Wikimedia I Inspiration

Discussion IV Admin

Social Machines V Growth

Technology IV Experimentation

Track
16:30

Mike Bracken, Executive Director of Digital in the UK Cabinet Office

Best practices for the evaluation of GLAM-Wiki cooperations

The URAA, Copyright Terms, and the Wikimedia Projects

Interface Vision by WMF UX Director

The coolest projects of Wikimedia Chapters – be inspired!

Roundtable: Admin tools development

The state of wikiHow

An update and LIVE A/B Test from the WMF Fundraising Team

16:30
16:45 16:45
17:00

Rufus Pollock, Founder of The Open Knowledge Foundation

Italians have no art images

Lives and deaths of Wikimedia projects in a minority language

Original Research – the policy we all break on English Wikipedia

17:00
17:15 17:15
17:30

Peter Murray-Rust, Shuttleworth Fellow in machine readable scholarship

From paper book to a digital one on Wikisource

The Athena Project: Where are We?

Who reads what and how: Transforming reading behaviour into valuable feedback for the Wikipedia community

Open Data Portal Austria

Facing failures and making drastic changes

17:30
17:45 17:45
18:00

Break

18:00
Track

Keynote Speakers II

Track
18:15 Elizabeth Marincola
Chief Executive Officer
The Public Library of Science
18:15
18:30 18:30
18:45

Free

18:45
Barbican Hall
Laila's Grand Central Arena
Lower Foyer (-1)
Laila's Underworld Utopia
Frobisher 123
Laila's Happy Valley Centre
Main Foyer (0)
Laila's Acoustic Airspace
19:00

(stage closed)

Michael Baker
Acoustic singer-songwriter.

MakeSense presents "Hold-Ups"
Creative brainstorming session on solving a challenge faced by a social entrepreneur.

Richard Black and Laura Wolk-Lewanowicz
Pieces by composers underrepresented on Wikipedia.

19:00
19:15 19:15
19:30

WikiGeeks
Geek-based comedy show.

Signatures
3 contemporary classical pieces by composer Josh Spear.

Power of Two
Classical flute and piano duo.

19:30
19:45 19:45
20:00

(stage closed)

20:00
20:15 20:15
20:30

The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz
Documentary about the life of internet programmer and Hacktivist Aaron Swartz.
Aaron Swartz Q&A‎

Tom Green
Solo guitar-looping madness.

20:30
20:45 20:45
21:00

The Slumberjacks
Soulful sounds from acoustic guitar duo performing their own compositions.

21:00
21:15 21:15
21:30 21:30
21:45 21:45
22:00

(stage closed)

James Green
Acoustic guitar songs.

(stage closed)

22:00
22:15 22:15
22:30 22:30
22:45

Free

22:45
23:00 23:00
23:15 23:15
23:30 23:30
23:45 23:45