Sunday 10th August

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Closing party 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 IX Freedom

Workshop VIII Tasks

Education IV Collaboration

Social Machines VIII Scale

Open Data II Wikidata

Discussion IX

Open Scholarship III Scholarship Tools

Wikimedia V Maturity

Track
09:30

Bill Thompson, BBC Archive

Wikimedia translation sprint
&
Label-a-thon for Wikidata
(simultaneous)

Distributing WikiReaders to Schools in India, Mexico and South Africa

How we've grown mobile into something that everyone does

Wikidata – current state and Q&A

...

Open Scholarship Tools – a whirlwind tour.

The opportunities and challenges of Wikidata

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

Luis Villa, WMF Counsel: "Trust and Sharing"

Wikipedia in Education: by the numbers

User interface: Consistency, consistency, consistency!

Wikidata Toolkit: A Java library for working with Wikidata

Open Knowledge and the National Institutes of Health of the United States

Cabal for dummies

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

Ryan Merkley, CEO Creative Commons

Big in Japan: Combating Systemic Bias Through Mobile Editing

A data and developer hub for Wikimedia

The Full OA Stack – Open Access and Open Source

Ten Years of Wikimania: Now What?

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

Coffee break

11:00
11:15 11:15
Track

Featured Speakers X Policy

Workshop IX Coalition

Technology VII Invention

Social Machines IX Motivation

Social Machines X Reaction

Discussion X Senses

GLAM VI Models

Wikimedia VI Image

Track
11:30

Carl Miller, Research Director for Centre for Analysis of Social Media at Demos

How about a MediaWiki Consortium?

Bots and Pywikibot

WikiCredit – Calculating & presenting value contributed to Wikipedia

We are all User X

Multimedia Roundtable

GLAM Boot Camp – A New Model for GLAM-Wiki Skills-Building for Wikimedians

Wiki loves parliaments

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

Heather Ford, Breaking news on Wikipedia

Engineering volunteering – what’s this volunteer support all about anyway?

Cooperation in a Peer Production Economy: Experimental Evidence from Wikipedia

The Wikipedia Adventure: Play with Learning

GLAMwiki Toolset: How to bring the cultural sector and Wikimedia together

Commons made a quality photographer out of me

12:00
12:15

Building an "open coalition"

12:15
12:30

Democratic Media Roundtable

The Wikimedia open source project and you

Measuring Editor Collaborativeness With Economic Modelling

VisualEditor – engineering against the odds

Using the Mass upload tool to copy GLAM collections to Commons

DMCA takedowns, inappropriate images and more: How the LCA team uses technology to scale

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

Lunch

WikiWomen's Lunch

Video Lunch
Conservatory (garden terrace)

Lunch

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

Lunch

Lunch Brie, Rocket & Red Onion Chutney
Coronation Chicken
Crayfish & Prawn

Lower Foyer (-1)
Black Hay
Indie pop rock (acoustic set).

Main Foyer (0)
Pete Nagle
Semi-improvised cello loops.

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

Featured Speakers XI Media

Workshop X Gender

Technology VIII Infrastructure

Social Machines XI Diversification

Social Machines XII Profit

Discussion XI Consult

GLAM VII Local

Wikimedia VII Open Source

Track
14:30

Dan Gillmor, Author "We the Media"

Diversity Workshop: Gender gap strategy into action

Rich citations from open-access scientific papers

Expanding the encyclopaedia: trends in article creation on Wikipedia

We Need to Talk About Paid Editing... Sorting Out Wikipedia's Most Enduring Argument

Design Communication Roundtable

Small is beautiful – GLAM in small museums

“Tech News”: Fighting technical information overload for Wikimedians

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

Danny O'Brien, International Director Electronic Frontier Foundation

JavaScript and long-term relationships

Close Encounters of the Third Kind – The secrets of local GLAM outreach

Going off the Boil? A summary of the leading theories as to whether Wikipedia has peaked yet.

15:00
15:15

Gender and Beyond: Building Diversity in the Digital Space

15:15
15:30

Chris Taggart, Founder OpenCorporates

Wikisource technical infrastructure: what we have done and what we could do

A Culture of Kindness

Face to face editing training: is it worth the effort?

An analysis of Deletionpedia: the Value of inclusionism

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

Group Photo at the Lakeside

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

Closing Ceremony:
Jimmy Wales – State of the Wiki Address
Wikimedia UK's Wikimedian of the Year 2014 presentation
Wikimania 2015 Mexico City Presentation

16:30
16:45 16:45
17:00 17:00
17:15 17:15
17:30 17:30
17:45 17:45

Closing party

18:00 – 24:00

Discover Mexico!

Yucatan Chicken
Chargrilled Sea-bream & Avocado Taco
Avocado Tart with Tomato Salsa (vegetarian)
Lamb Burger & Feta Salsa
Ceviche Tiger Prawn & Mango
Jalapeño Corn Cakes (vegetarian)

Baked Cheesecake Bites
Tequila & Lime Chocolate Mousse Cups

White wine
Red wine
Peroni beer
Beck's beer
Orange Juice
Water

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
18:00

(stage closed)

Si Cliff
Solo singer-songwriter and classical guitarist.

(stage closed)

Power of Two
Classical flute and piano duo.

18:00
18:15 18:15
18:30

Geek-Off
Chaotic intellectual cabaret night where clever people speak about their passions and obsessions.

Black Hay
Indie pop rock.

18:30
18:45

Benedict Taylor
Violist playing a selection of repertoire.

18:45
19:00 19:00
19:15

JB Newman Band
Lynchian Roadhouse blues.

19:15
19:30

Richard Black
A solo set of "almost jazz" and piano favourites.

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

Elektryza
Free jazz improvisational from a 7 piece band.

Wikimania Closing Party

Underworld Utopia Extravanganza ft. Dj Julio Superior and TAPE PARADE

(stage closed)

20:00
20:15 20:15
20:30 20:30
20:45 20:45
21:00

(stage closed)

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