From Rencontres Wikimédia 2010
Wikimedia France promotes free sharing of knowledge. This year, we dedicated a lot of our energy to cultural partnerships. The Wikimedia movement as a whole has been initiating several cultural partnerships all over the world and we have a lot to learn from each others: let's do it live! The Rencontres Wikimédia 2010 conference aims at gathering as many cultural actors as possible to discuss new online collaborative practices and opportunities to take free access to culture a step further.
These Rencontres Wikimédia 2010 are the third edition of the GLAMWIKI series. The second is going to happen in London on November 26th and 27th 2010 (see http://glamwiki.org for more information).
Talks are mostly in French. Real-time translation will be available for the ones in English.
Friday, December 3rd
Saturday, December 4th
Read the detailed program.
Adrienne Alix - Alexandre Moatti - Alexandre Monnin - Andrea Zanni - Anne Fauconnier - Arnaud Beaufort - Bastien Guerry - Beatriz Busaniche - Ben White - Benjamin Jean - Benoît Evellin - Coline Aunis - Daniel Mietchen - David Evan Harris - David Monniaux - Diane Drubay - Emilie Laffray - Emmanuelle Bermès - Emmanuel Mahé - Erik Moeller -Florence Devouard - Francis Duranthon - François Bordes - Gautier Poupeau - Gerard Meijssen - Ghislaine Chartron - Gilles Vercken - Gloria Origgi - Grégoire Blanc - Ian Padgham - Jean-Frédéric Berthelot - Liam Wyatt - Ludovic Péron - Marin Dacos - Mathias Schindler - Michael Dale - Michel Briand - Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay - Pete Forsyth -Philippe Barbat - Nicolas Vigneron - Olivier Hugot - Osmar Valdebenito - Roei Amit - Régis André - Rémi Mathis - Samuel Bausson - Stéphane Pouyllau - Thomas Aillagon - Vincent Puig - Xavier Crouan
Registration is mandatory. Participation is free, only limited by the places available.