User:OwenBlacker

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About me[edit | edit source]

Hi, I'm Owen, a queer British guy based just outside of London.

I've been a Wikimedian since 2004, editing mainly on the English Wikipedia, Wikidata and Commons. Off-wiki, I've been involved in mySociety and Open Rights Group, including membership of WMF's European Public Policy panel, and as a climate activist; my dayjob is in advertising.

In 2021, I took on some responsibilities within the Wikimedia LGBT+ User Group, including helping organise the Queering Wikipedia 2021 Working Days.

Planned schedule for Wikimania 2021[edit | edit source]

Saturday 14 August[edit | edit source]

UTC Europe/London Session Alternate option
1000–1030 1100–1130 Welcome session
1030–1100 1130–1200 Break
1100–1130 1200–1230 Transposing the EU Copyright Reform in 28+ countries (Etherpad)
1130–1230 1230–1330 Product Platform Strategy from the Wikimedia Foundation (Etherpad)
1230–1245 1330–1345 Break
1245–1415 1345–1515 Unpacking the Foundation Board (Etherpad, Remo 2, YouTube 2)
1415–1515 1515–1615 Break
1515–1545 1615–1645 Developing a strategy, involving the entire organization (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
1545–1600 1645–1700 Cross-wiki ideological conflict and Wikimedia's vision of knowledge equity (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
1600–1605 1700–1705 Break?
1605–1615 1705–1715 What do you eat intermediary liability with? (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
1615–1625 1715–1725 How to find tools to improve your workflow (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
1625–1635 1725–1735 Documenting Women Artists in the University of Salford Art Collection Through Wikidata (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
1635–1645 1735–1745 From the Brussels War Room: Current Legislative Files Important for Wikimedia (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
1645–1700 1745–1800 Break
1700–1740 1800–1840 Wikimedia Movement and the Paradox of Open (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
1740–1745 1840–1845 After the lifting of the block: Case study of Turkey (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
1745–1800 1845–1900 Editing the Wiki Way: software and the future of editing (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
1800–1830 1900–1930

Sunday 15 August[edit | edit source]

UTC Europe/London Session Alternate options
1530–1600 1630–1700 GLAMs and Open Access: The Met Museum and the Smithsonian Institution as Case Studies (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
1600–1630 1700–1730 Peer-support networks: a working model for the support of targets of harassment in the Wikimedia movement? (Etherpad, Remo 5, YouTube 5)
1630–1645 1730–1745 Break
1645–1730 1745–1830 Can we rid Wikipedia of its content gender gap? Views from Women in Red (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
1730–1815 1830–1915 English as a lingua franca of the Wikimedia movement: how do we ensure people's inclusion? (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
1815–1935 1915–2035 Break
1935–1945 2035–2045 Papiamentu Wikipedia — How can I help? Reviving a wiki of which I do not speak the language (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
1945–1955 2045–2055 Structured data on Commons: today and tomorrow (Etherpad, Remo 5, YouTube 5)
1955–2015 2055–2115 Internet Archive and Wikimedia: a virtuous collaboration (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
2015–2020 2115–2120 Conflict Resolution: Collective Responsibility (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
2020–2040 2120–2140
2040–2045 2140–2145
2045–2120 2145–2220 Break
2120–2130 2220–2230 Newcomer Experience and Content Campaigns (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
2130–2140 2230–2240 Large Scale Wikimedia Projects and Consistency (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
2140–2145 2240–2245 Documenting social movements through the Wikimedia Projects: Argentina, Chile and Colombia experiences (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
2145–2150 2245–2250 Wikimedians for Sustainable Development User Group: Looking at Sustainability Through Wikimedia Lenses (Etherpad, Remo 5, YouTube 5)
2150–2200 2250–2300
2200–2210 2300–2310 Notability under non justice information (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
2210–2230 2310–2330

Monday 16 August[edit | edit source]

I cannot guarantee to attend most Monday sessions, as I only have a small period of time guaranteed away from my dayjob.

UTC Europe/London Session Alternate option
0730–0750 0830–0850 Wikipedia and the Collaborative Humanities (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
0750–0810 0850–0910 Break
0810–0820 0910–0920 Automatically maintained citations with Wikidata and Cite Q (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
0820–0830 0920–0930 “Do Something Doctrine”: looking back on EU TERREG (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
0830–0930 0930–1030 Break
0930–0940 1030–1040 Making feedback loops work for Wikidata (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
0940–1000 1040–1100 Break
1000–1035 1100–1135 How banner campaigns can be requested to reach marginalized groups or contents (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
1035–1045 1135–1145 Towards a more environmentally sustainable Wikimedia Movement (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
1045–1055 1145–1155
1055–1100 1155–1200 Break
1100–1145 1200–1245 UCoC Roundtable (Etherpad, Remo 5, YouTube 5)

Tuesday 17 August[edit | edit source]

UTC Europe/London Session Alternate options
1400–1415 1500–1515 Reflecting on the Past, Present and the Future (Etherpad, Remo 1, YouTube 1)
1415–1430 1515–1530 Break
1430–1515 1530–1615 Integrating Wikidata into the Wikimedia projects (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
1515–1615 1615–1715 Break
1615–1700 1715–1800 The top 9 things to know about safety and inclusion at Wikimedia online events (Etherpad, Remo 5, YouTube 5) Inclusive Product Development: Building With, Not For (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
1700–1720 1800–1820 Gawa, the new tool for centralizing biographies to be created and improved in Côte d'Ivoire (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3) Partnerships for content, on a global level (Etherpad, Remo 5, YouTube 5)
1720–1730 1820–1830 Exploring a cultural gap on Wikimedia: the case of the visual arts (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)
1730–1740 1830–1840 A future Wikimedia Language Diversity hub (Etherpad, , Remo 5, YouTube 5)
1740–1745 1840–1845
1745–1800 1845–1900 Art+Feminism: Beyond the Edit-a-thon (Etherpad, Remo 2, YouTube 2)
1800–1815 1900–1915 Wikimedia and Sustainability-Selecting topics for impact (Etherpad, Remo 4, YouTube 4)
1815–1845 1915–1945
1845–1915 1945–2015 Movement Strategy 2021 Crash Course (Etherpad, Remo 3, YouTube 3)

Contact me[edit | edit source]

Veuillez ne pas hésiter à m’écrire en français si vous préférez.

User page on other wikis[edit | edit source]