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December 3rd

Introductory word - Wikimedia and Wikipedia

Wikimedia and Wikipedia
Wikimedia and Wikipedia

Friday, December 3rd from 9:30am to 10:20am

Bastien Guerry will present the program for these two days. Adrienne Alix will introduce the Rencontres Wikimédia, explain why we organize this GLAMWIKI conference and tell a few words about Wikimédia France. Florence Devouard will give an introductory talk about Wikipedia and the Wikimedia Movement. Erik Moeller will present the Wikimedia Foundation.

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Worldwide cultural partnerships with Wikimedia

GLAMWIKI
GLAMWIKI

Friday, December 3rd from 10:50am to 13:00am

Beatriz Busaniche will present cultural partnerships which Wikimedia Argentina is now working on. Mathias Schindler will come back to the partnership with the Bundesarchives, which led to release 100.000 images from the Second World War on Wikimedia Commons. Emilie Laffray will present the Open Street Map project and tell more about collaborations with Wikimedia projects.

Liam Wyatt will come back to its work as Wikipedian in residence at the British Museum. Gerard Meijssen will give a talk on "restorations and shared cultural heritage", also presenting the project led with the Tropenmuseum. Osmar Valdebenito will go into details about current projects with the Library of the National Congress of Chile.

Benoît Evellin and Jean-Frédéric Berthelot will be the facilitators for this discussion.

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The partnership between Toulouse and Wikimédia France

An example image from the partnership with Toulouse
An example image from the partnership with Toulouse

Friday, December 3rd from 2:15am to 3:30pm

François Bordes will present the project with the Archives of Toulouse. Francis Duranthon will present the "Phoebus" project and collaboration that took place between Wikimédia France and the Museum of Toulouse, which led to the upload of numerous paleotology pictures on Wikimedia Commons. Ludovic Péron will go through this experiment as a photographer.

Adrienne Alix will help as a facilitator for this session.

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Digital Cultural Policies

Digital Cultural Policies
Digital Cultural Policies

Friday, December 3rd from 4pm to 5:45pm

Thomas Aillagon will present current work of the French government about giving access to cultural data. Philippe Barbat will talk about digital policies from the French national Archives point of view. Anne Fauconnier will present what tools are currently developed by APIE to encourage public information to be reused. Xavier Crouan will present open data initiatives in Rennes and its metropole. Michel Briand will expose his work on local wikis.

David Monniaux, member of Wikimédia France, will animate this session.

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December 4th

The French National Library-Wikimedia France partnership: opening new perspectives?

BnF and Wikimédia France
BnF and Wikimédia France

Saturday, December 4th from 9:30am to 10:45am

Back in April 2010, an agreement between the French national Library and Wikimedia France was publicly announced. 1.400 scans of books from the Gallica online library have been given to Wikisource for contributors to freely correct and release them.

What is the history behind this partnership? What are its goals, from the perspective of the French national Library and from that of Wikimedia France?

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Wikipédia, Wikimédia and the Free Licenses

Wikipédia, Wikimédia and free licenses
Wikipédia, Wikimédia and free licenses

Saturday, December 4th from 11am to 12am

Wikipedia and its sister projects rely on the Creative Commons free licenses. What rights these licenses give to the contributors? To the users? Are these Creative Commons licenses compatible with the French copyright law? What precise cases can help us answer these questions?

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Metadata: Normalization Cultures and Implementations of Norms

Metadata: Normalization Cultures and Implementations of Norms
Metadata : Normalization Cultures and Implementations of Norms

Saturday, December 4th from 12am to 1pm

Handling metadata is a problem for Wikimedia projects and for cultural institutions. What needs are currently addressed by the use of metadata on Wikimedia projects? What kind of requirements are emerging in GLAM/Wikimedia partnerships? What needs are addressed by the use of metadata from the institutions perspective? How normalization and implementation happen in each environment?

This panel session will be facilitated by Alexandre Monnin, PhD student in philosophy.

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Free Access to Scientific Research and Collaboration

Free Access to Scientific Research and Collaboration
Free Access to Scientific Research and Collaboration

Saturday, December 4th from 2:15pm to 3:15pm

What is the current state of the Open Access movement in France? What solutions are being built by French institutions? What possible bridges with the Wikimedia projects? What kind of questions about collaborative scientific writing and sharing are emerging from these solutions?


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New Images of Culture?

New Images of Culture?
New Images of Culture?

Saturday, December 4th from 3:15pm to 4:15pm

Free collaborative video is a technical, editorial and cultural challenge. Michael Dale will present the current state of video on Wikimedia projects. Vincent Puig will do a demonstration about "Ligne de temps", an open source software developed by the Centre Pompidou, enabling users to share annotations and analyses of movies. Roei Amit will explain the multimedia strategy of the National Institute for Audiovisual archives, dwelling on a few collaborative projects. David Harris will talk about GlobalLives.org, a website for sharing cultural videos.

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Museum 2.0?

Museum 2.0?
Museum 2.0?

Saturday, December 4th from 4:45pm to 6pm

How museums are they using the Web? Which new audience and new exhibition practices? What new forms of participation are possible in the digital age, inside and outside of the museum?

The panel session will be animated by Coline Aunis, web and multimedia project manager at the Museum of Arts and Crafts.

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Closing

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