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Do you want to meet other Wikidata editors, attend a workshop or organize one? Don't hesitate to add a section on this page or use the talk page to suggest ideas! To help us advertise the event, please consider adding it to the next issue of the weekly newsletter.

If you are planning a workshop for Wikidata editors, see Wikidata:Planning a Wikidata workshop. You can also join the Wikidata Events Telegram group.

Upcoming events

If you're adding an event here, please consider adding it to the next issue of the newsletter as well!

Some events (conferences) can be entered in Wikidata. You can find them on this page on Scholia, as well as related submission deadlines.

Active regular meetups

Other meetups

These groups may not be active, or maybe the pages are not up-to-date. Feel free to contact the editors to revive the meetups!

Office hours

The Wikidata and Wikibase office hours are online events where the development team present what they have been working on over the past quarter, and the community is welcome to ask questions and discuss important issues related to the development of Wikidata and Wikibase.

They are announced on the Wikidata mailing list and in the Weekly Summary.

Wikidata bug triage hour

The bug triage hour is an online event where the product manager of Wikidata publicly works on triaging development tasks (typically on Phabricator), improving their descriptions, defining their priority, and collecting the wishes and needs from the Wikidata community. This experiment is part of the improvements on the support process, starting in February 2021.

The event is open to anyone who is interested in the development of Wikidata. When joining the event, the participants commit on following the Code of Conduct for technical spaces.

Next bug triage hour:
  • Date and time: Monday, April 15, at 18:00 CET (16:00 UTC, see other time zones), during one hour
  • Place: Jitsi Meet
  • Topic: Mobile statement editing
  • Speaker: Lydia Pintscher
  • Moderation and time-keeping: Léa Lacroix, Mohammed Abdulai
  • Language: English (German and French also possible)
  • Preparation: bring your favorite Phabricator task related to mobile statement editing!
  • Main rules: In order to keep the discussions easy to follow, please keep your microphone muted, and interact in the text chat.
  • Recording and documentation: the event is not recorded, collaborative notes can be taken by participants here

This event is in an experimental phase: the format, tools used, and many other things are still going to evolve in the future. If you have ideas, suggestions or issues, feel free to contact Léa.

  • Documentation of previous sessions: Etherpad

Past events

You can find a (probably incomplete) list of past events and office hours on the archive page.

See also