Congrats! Your poster has been accepted for Wikimania 2019[edit source]
Congratulations! Your poster has been accepted for Wikimania 2019. Now what?
Start designing your poster. Remember that this is an academic poster, not a promotional one: this means that you have to share insights, technical aspects, numbers, and any technical information that would allow a participant to understand your process better. For more information about academic posters, and examples that will inspire you, please visit the Poster session page.
If you'd like us to print the poster for you, please send it by Sunday, July 21st. We'll also take care of bringing the poster to the conference, and this option is at no cost to you. Find information about where to send your poster here.
Finally, on the day of the poster session, remember that every poster presenter is expected to stand by their poster and engage session participants in conversation about it. We will not display posters whose presenters are not in the room at the time of the session.
Thank you for submitting a proposal and making Wikimania more diverse! We look forward to seeing you in a few months,
- Hi María thanks for sharing the good news. I will submit the poster soon. --Psubhashish (talk) 17:33, 9 July 2019 (UTC)
Only a few days left to submit your poster for print![edit source]
There are only a few days left to submit your poster for print! If you want us to print your poster and bring it to Stockholm, please send us the finalized PDF by Sunday, July 21st.
Looking for guidance on how to create your poster? Check out the creation instructions on the poster session page on Wikimania wiki for specific format instructions and some examples that can serve as inspiration.
If you'd like to print the poster yourself and bring it, please let us know by email.
I look forward to seeing your poster in my inbox! Best, María Cruz
MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 23:39, 18 July 2019 (UTC)