Saturday 9th August

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Reception tonight in Foyer -1 | food and drinks provided

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

Walk-in

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

Featured Speakers V Platform

Workshop V Foundations

Maps OpenStreetMap

Open Scholarship II Communication

Diversity I Tools

Discussion V Newbies

GLAM II Organisations

Technology V Internals

Track
09:30

Join the technical community! Intro for absolute beginners

Learn to edit Wikipedia

OpenStreetMap – what is it and what does it mean for Wikimedians?

The fount of all knowledge – Wikipedia as the front matter to all research

Zero-cost strategies for Wikimedia outreach

Welcoming and retaining new users

Community empowerment through professional Community involvement. Will it blend?

Parsoid: Dealing with Wikitext so you don't have to™

09:30
09:45 09:45
10:00

Showcase ALL the (cool) things!Marc A. Pelletier, Wikimedia Tool Labs Engineer

Open Access & Wikipedia: A Panel Discussion

Wikipedia Goes Viral: Experiments in Social Media

Open Authority: A New Way to Talk to GLAMs

Finding and fixing software bugs for the Wikipedias

10:00
10:15

What do new users need to be successful?

10:15
10:30

Raph Koster, Author "A Theory of Fun"

Wikimedia and OpenStreetMap: History, Current Status, and Challenges

Creative Ways to Alienate Women Online: A How-to Guide for Wikipedians

Four Years of Contributing and Connecting to Wikipedia from Inside the Audio-visual Archive

Ask the WMF developers

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

Coffee break

11:00
11:15 11:15
Track

Featured Speakers VI Complexity

Workshop VI Cartography

Free Culture IV Terms & Conditions

Wikimedia II Grants

Diversity II Projects

Discussion VI Metadata

GLAM III Sources

Technology VI Views

Track
11:30

Yaneer Bar-Yam, President of the New England Complex Systems Institute

Humanitarian OpenStreetMap mapping workshop

The WMF's Free Software Advocacy Group and how you can help

WMF Grants Showcase: Funding Diversity

Where's the T in Wikimedia Diversity?

Wikimedia Commons – Needs and wishes for the perfect Wikimedia media database.

Promoting OpenGLAM – Exchange of Experiences and Best Practices

Replaying Edits & Visualising Edit History

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

Open Source Hygiene: Getting the Details Right

Kumusha Takes Wiki: activating communities across Africa

The Old New Thing: Crowdsourcing the Digitization of Ben-Yehuda's Dictionary

Testing internationalized applications for Wikimedia content

12:00
12:15

The State of Wikimedia – A movement Dialogue

Will we still need categories in times of Wikidata?

12:15
12:30

Virtual Community Roundtable

Creative Commons 4.0: Everything You Wanted to Know, and Probably More

Systemic Bias Workshop Development – IEG update

The Future of Libraries and Wikipedia

FastCCI: Taming the Commons Category Tree

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

Lunch

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

Lunch

Lower Foyer (-1)
13:30–14:00
Bella Figura

14:00–14:30
Anna Pacaldi
Acoustic singer-songwriter.
Main Foyer (0)
13:30–14:00
Ewan and Jayne Philips
Acoustic harmony duo.
14:00–14:30
Richard Black & Caroline Kennedy
A selection of french songs for soprano and piano.

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

Featured Speakers VII Knowledge

Workshop VII Ideas

Free Culture V Movement

Social Machines VI Patterns

Diversity III Empowerment

Discussion VII Notability

GLAM IV Partnerships

Wikimedia III Cooperation

Track
14:30

Brandon Harris, State of the Wiki

IdeaLab Workshop: Making Ideas into Action

Access to Knowledge and Wikipedia Zero

Wikistats: New Patterns

Informed but unempowered

What topics are relevant/notable?

The GLAM-Wiki Revolution (film screening)

Cooperation between the chapters: lessons from the past

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

David White, Head of Technology Enhanced Learning at UAL

Wiki Loves Capitol Hill

Hi, my name is 192.195.83.38: unmasking anonymous editors on Wikipedia

Why we need to pay people to create free knowledge

Direct, sustainable partnerships: How do we keep GLAMs and editors in touch?

The role of the media in the development of Wikipedia

15:00
15:15

Exchange of deletion/review processes and best practices

15:15
15:30

Jack Andraka, Citizen Scientist

Liquid Lobbying - How could Wikimedia change EU copyright?

The missing Wikipedia ads: Designing targeted contribution campaigns

Internet skills and the gender gap

Insider/Outsiders – GLAM case studies from India & Mexico

What does a Wikipedian in Residence in the scientific sector do?

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

Coffee break

16:00
16:15 16:15
Track

Featured Speakers VIII Education

Free Culture VI Advocacy

Social Machines VII Interaction

AGM Wikimedia UK

Discussion VIII Rights

GLAM V Ecosystem

Wikimedia IV Communication

Track
16:30

"How will the Wiki Education Program make Wikipedia more useful to more people?" Diana Strassmann, Chair Wiki Education Foundation

(room closed)

Liquid Lobbying – How should Wikimedia advocate for free knowledge?

VisualEditor – helping users edit more easily

Wikimedia UK Annual General Meeting

Admins: editors with extra buttons or community leaders?

How we organized a hackathon with GLAM institutions, gave open culture to hackers and made everyone happy

Thank you for your email: A day in the Wikimedia Mail Room

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

Clare Sutcliffe, Code Club Founder

It's Alive! The Joy of Real-Time Collaboration

Meet the press: Introducing WMF’s new Communications team, the new blog and new chances for community collaboration on media

17:00
17:15

Mass article creation – who should write Wikipedia?

17:15
17:30

Emma Mulqueeny, founder Young Rewired State

Real-time Collaborative Editing with TogetherJS

Medical information online; Wikipedia's place in the ecosystem

Supporting and developing the Wikimedia organisations: the role of the Funds Dissemination Committee

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

Break

18:00
Track

Keynote Speakers III

Track
18:15

Lila Tretikov
Executive Director of The Wikimedia Foundation

18:15
18:30 18:30
18:45

Free

18:45

Reception

19:00 – 20:00

Rocket & Prosciutto Pizza (vegetarian)
BBQ Chicken Skewers
Rosemary Marinated Lamb Skewers
Tiger Prawn & Lemone Skewers
Fregola Pasta Salad
Chickpea & Beetroot
Potato Salad with Swiss Cheese & Garlic Sausage

Water
Orange Juice
Beck's beer
Peroni beer
red wine
white wine

Barbican Hall
Laila's Grand Central Arena
Lower Foyer (-1)
Laila's Underworld Utopia
Fountain Room
Laila's Playground
Main Foyer (0)
Laila's Acoustic Airspace
19:00

Comedian's Bookshelf
featuring Jorik Mol, Elise Bramich, Steve Cross, Tom Mayhew, Nathan Willcock, Diane Fitton
Comedians present material on their favourite books and authors.

(stage closed)

The Wikimania Games Corner
Modern and retro games alongside classic table top and board games.

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

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

(stage closed)

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

(stage closed)

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

Wikipedia – The Missing Bits
curated by Dan Schreiber
Unique show especially for Wikimania 2014! Comedians and popular academics take it in turns to add amusing information to wikipedia pages, stand-up style.

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

The Levity
This dynamic fresh four piece play classic pop you can dance to.

21:00
21:15 21:15
21:30

Mark Mathews
Indie pop singer-songwriter.

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

(stage closed)

Goldbones
Awe-inspiring brass quintet perform their own arrangements of classic pop and rock hits.

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

Free

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