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* Saturday, Nov 9 at 11:00 AM: Wikipedia Editing Training
 
* Saturday, Nov 9 at 11:00 AM: Wikipedia Editing Training
 
* Saturday, Nov 9 at 2:00 PM: [[Submissions:2019/Caribbean Translatathon|Caribbean Edit-a-thon / Translat-a-thon]], supported by Wikimedians of the Caribbean, [http://afrocrowd.org/ AfroCROWD], CUNY LaGuardia
 
* Saturday, Nov 9 at 2:00 PM: [[Submissions:2019/Caribbean Translatathon|Caribbean Edit-a-thon / Translat-a-thon]], supported by Wikimedians of the Caribbean, [http://afrocrowd.org/ AfroCROWD], CUNY LaGuardia
* Sunday, Nov 10: TBD
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* Sunday, Nov 10 at 11:00 AM: [[Submissions:2019/Aaron Swartz Hackathon|Aaron Swartz Day Edit-a-thon / Hackathon]]
 
* Monday, Nov 11: Reliability Edit-a-thon
 
* Monday, Nov 11: Reliability Edit-a-thon
  

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WikiConference North America 2019 • Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.
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WikiConference North America includes a series of Edit-a-thons on each day to welcome and train new participants, and engage the existing community in new ways. Each begins with a tutorial session suitable in the morning suitable for the total beginner, and then has a broad theme for the afternoon.

See also

  • 2019/Content, a collection of new and improved Wikimedia content