Thanks so much for your help Andy - Brilliant see you in 10 Victuallers 10:47, 31 March 2011 (UTC)
You are now an administrator[edit source]
Congratulations! The Land 18:14, 24 January 2012 (UTC)
- Thank you. Andy Mabbett (User:Pigsonthewing); Andy's talk; Andy's edits 22:50, 24 January 2012 (UTC)
Wikimedia UK Annual Conference 2012[edit source]
I'm writing to let you know that WikiConference UK 2012 is coming up, on Saturday 12 May 2012, in London. Some time ago you indicated that you are interested in attending the event. If this is still the case please help us in planning for the event by registering at http://donate.wikimedia.org.uk/wikicon12. The conference will incorporate both presentations and talks about Wikipedia/Wikimedia, as well as Wikimedia UK's Annual General Meeting. It is free to attend. If you have any questions please contact Daria Cybulska on email@example.com or 0207 065 0994. Hope to see you there! Richard Symonds (talk) 15:08, 27 April 2012 (UTC)
WWI topics[edit source]
Hi Andy - thanks for the suggestions! The idea of that section is to focus on articles which not only need attention, but where the academics attending definitely know a lot about them. I've taken out two that don't really match any academic's expertise (I am pretty sure none of them know much about mining, sadly). However, that leaves 2 that do. It would be great if you could suggest a particular article on the Home Front that's in dire need of attention! Hope this makes sense. Regards, The Land (talk) 20:47, 22 May 2012 (UTC)
- Up to you, but you've taken out "Memorials and war-graves", even though one of the experts is the historian for the War-Graves Commission. And didn't "British strategy and operations on the Western Front" include tunnelling? Andy Mabbett (User:Pigsonthewing); Andy's talk; Andy's edits 21:17, 22 May 2012 (UTC)
Train the Trainers[edit source]
I am pleased to announce that the Train the Trainers event which you have expressed interest in will take place on the weekend of 9-10 June at the Wikimedia UK office, 56 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4LT.
The timings of the training are roughly: Saturday 9:30 am - 6:30pm, Sunday 9am - 5pm. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided; we are also planning to go for a meal after the training on Sunday.
It is vital that you do not miss the start of the training session, so before confirming your availability please do make sure you can make the start time of the training.
We are able to cover travel and sccommodation, including if you need to travel on Friday - an advance notice will be appreciated!
Please reply promptly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (or 0207 065 0994) and confirming your availability - places are limited.
I've confirmed the times for the World War I/World War I Editathon event, and updated the hCalendar data on the page - I've not dealt with these much before, so could you check I haven't messed it up?
- Thanks - I was a little confused by whether the times were to be given with or without the UTC offset! Andrew Gray (talk) 12:57, 1 June 2012 (UTC)
There's a sign up section on the event talk page. If you have a particular preference about work shops you want to attend, you might want to add you name to the relevant lists. Richard Nevell (WMUK) (talk) 16:05, 20 March 2013 (UTC)
Nice to meet you at the AGM![edit source]
Always good to put a name to a face :) Really interested in the proposed development of software to support your audio work and I'm sure you'll be in touch with Tom around that. I'm scheduling a Tech Comm next week - if you fancy coming just pop you're availability on this doodle before Friday! :) Katherine Bavage (WMUK) (talk) 09:45, 10 June 2013 (UTC)