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August 2014
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Highlights
August 7 to 10
August 14
August 15
  • Interview to Iván Martínez in "De doce a una" radio program at Noticias MVS, 102.5 FM of Mexico City.
August 16
  • Participation of Salvador Alcántar at panel "Café por los Derechos Digitales", Zapopan, Jalisco. Organized by Wikimedia México, Electronic Frontier Foundation and Panoptikon Foundation.
August 19
  • Interview to Andrés Cruz y Corro Armenta y Corro in "Noticias todo el tiempo" morning news with Bernardo Lartigue and Irela Perez, Radio Capital 830 AM of Mexico City.
>> Listen interview (in Spanish)
August 21
  • Wikipedia edition workshop to Centro Cultural Tlatelolco staff.
  • Follow-up meeting with Daniel Goldin and Biblioteca Vasconcelos staff about Wikimania 2015.
Carmen Alcázar giving a talk about Wikipedia in the Digital Rights Editathon at Rancho Electrónico hackerspace, Mexico City.
August 23
  • Moebius radio program 14/22: From Johnny Cash to Budapest
  • Digital Rights Editathon at Rancho Electrónico hackerspace, Mexico City.
  • "Wikipedia, Puebla art" editathon, Capilla del Arte UDLAP, Puebla, Puebla.
Editatón Wikipedia, Puebla art, organized by Puebla Wikipedist Community and Capilla del Arte of Universidad de las Américas Puebla.
August 26
  • Meeting about cultural partners with Daniel Cosío Villegas Library of El Colegio de México (COLMEX).
August 28
  • Meeting with Open Street Map local enthusiasts at Rancho Electrónico hackerspace. Wikimedia Mexico will support the edition of free maps edition in Wikibooks and Wikimedia Commons.
August 30
  • Moebius radio program 14/23: From The Great Wave off Kanagawa to Eiffel Tower
  • Wikipedia Monthly Workshop at Telmex Hub, Mexico City.

Highlights[editar]

Wikimania 2014[editar]

From August 6 to 10 we attend Wikimania 2014, the tenth conference of the Wikimedia movement at the Barbican Centre in London.

>> Read the full report (in Spanish)
>> "Impresiones post-viaje", blog post by Andrés Cruz y Corro Armenta.