More than 80% of all biographies on Wikipedia are about men. A gender gap that it´s high time we close. On international women's day we gather to make the Internet more equal and we need your help.
Come to the KTH library on March 8th and help us write and publish articles about prominent women in technology for Wikipedia.
Together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Wikimedia, KTH is arranging an edit-a-thon that will last for 4 hours between 14:00 and 18:00 and end with a mingle, where we gather and review the results. We will work in teams of about 4-5 people using a volunteer from Wikimedia to guide the work.
14: 00-14: 30 Foreign Minister Margot Wallström, KTH Vice President Anna Wahl, John Andersson and Sara Mörtsell from Wikimedia
14:30 to 18:00 Edit-a-ton to make Wikipedia more equal
18: 00-19: 00 Mingel for the participants
WikiGap is a global campaign organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in cooperation with Wikimedia that takes place at nearly 50 embassies worldwide on March 8. Read more at www.swemfa.se/wikigap
No previous experiance is required but you need to bring a personal computer.
Come and make a difference in Sweden's edit-a-ton by signing up today.
Organizers do not influence or take responsible for the content produced by the volunteer writers under WikiGap. Everything written by WikiGap volunteers undergoes the same quality control as other content on Wikipedia, which means, among other things, that you can not write articles about yourself or your organization (conflict of interest) and must be able to refer to credible sources.
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