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Please note that the following schedule information is subject to change!

Registration will be on second floor foyer, Hilton Hotel.
Wednesday, July 15 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, July 16 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Friday, July 17 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Saturday July 18 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Sunday July 19 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


Wednesday, July 15

Time Hackathon Workplace 1 - Don Américo Hackathon Workplace 2 - Don Genaro Hackathon Workplace 3 - Don Julián Hacking Hall 1 - Don Diego 4 WMF - Don Diego 3 Education - Doña Adelita
60 classroom & video recording equipment.
Newcomer-friendly sessions preferred.
60 classroom This room is still mostly empty! Add your sessions! (60 classroom) 300 with rounds of 10 By invitation By invitation, registration closed
07:00 On-site registration
Registration 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Second floor foyer, Hilton Hotel
09:00 Opening plenary session (Hackathon) in Don Diego 4 WMF Learning Day
(etherpad)
Education Pre Conference
10:00 Introduction to Wikimedia Tech for newcomers and their buddies Hacking!
11:00 Introduction to Phabricator (Wikimedia's task and bug tracking tool) for newcomers Tutorial: Drinking and Filtering the Recent Changes Stream
12:00 Lunch Don Diego 1 (Hackathon attendees only)
13:00 Training: MediaWiki-Vagrant install party Sprint: Making the Wiki Ed dashboard work for outreach projects OTRS Meetup Hacking!
14:00 Training: Wiki Front-End in 40 LOC, and other Parsoid tricks (slides) Meeting: Wikidata - Find a project, ask your question OTRS Meetup Continued
15:00 Presentation/Discussion: How Mapillary can be used with wiki Workshop: Doing Research on Wikimedia things as a volunteer - tools and communities
16:00 Hacking Tools that use Revision Scoring Workshop: CI: automated tests on patch upload and merge
17:00 Meeting: MediaWiki RFC: Streamlining Composer usage IdeaLab Mixer
18:00 End of Hackathon program. Dinner provided for Hackathon Participants @ 18:00 in Don Diego 1. Don Diego 4 remains open for quiet hacking overnight.
20:30 to 01:00 Hackathon Social Event: Drinks and food, bring your badge and get a discount. Location: Cancino Alameda, Calle Doctor Mora 9 Cuauhtemoc, Centro. Two minutes walking from Hilton. Map here

Education Pre-Conference

Thursday, July 16


Time Hackathon Workplace 1 - Don Américo Hackathon Workplace 2 - Don Genaro Hackathon Workplace 3 - Don Julián Hacking Hall 1 - Don Diego 4 Education - Doña Adelita WMCON Follow-Up Day Press - Don Diego 3
60 classroom & video equipment.
Newcomer-friendly sessions preferred.
60 classroom 60 classroom 300 with rounds of 10 By invitation, registration closed room C/D;
in Fiesta Inn Hotel (close by)
80 room (by invitation)
08:00 On-site registration
second floor foyer, Hilton Hotel
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. , 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
09:00 Hacking! Education Pre Conference Press Conference
10:00 Learn about Puppet Learning SQL with Quarry Spanish track:

Introducción a las tecnologías del movimiento Wikimedia. Un espacio para los novatos y sus compañeros de hackeo.

(Introduction to Wikimedia Tech for newcomers and their buddies.)

Wikimedia Conference Follow-Up Day (no registration needed, just come along)
11:00 Adding (interactive) graphs and maps to articles How to get Grant Funding for your Hacking Project
12:00 Hackathon Group Photo @ 12 in Don Diego 4! Lunch (Hackathon attendees only)
13:00 Workshop: Learn about and evaluate our web API client libraries! Hacking!
14:00 Discussion: Researchers in our midst: Subject recruitment in Wikimedia communities WMF Engineering Management Q&A Ally Skills Workshop
15:00 Workshop: Getting started (and making better!) tools and bots on Tool Labs Best Practices for Hackathon Showcase Presenters Code of conduct/Phabricator etiquette/Friendly Spaces/etc breach consequences and escalation paths
16:00 Sprint: VisualEditor's "translathon", 2nd edition Citathon 2015 Building a Visual Video Editor for the Web
17:00 Clean up Ruby code with RuboCop!
18:00 End of program. Welcome Reception in Salon Don Diego. Hacking Hall 2 - Doña Adelita opens at 8pm for 24h hacking for the remainder of Wikimania
20:30 to 01:00 Hackathon Social Event: Drinks and food, bring your badge and get a discount. Location: Cancino Alameda, Calle Doctor Mora 9 Cuauhtemoc, Centro. Two minutes walking from Hilton. Map here

Education Pre-Conference

Friday, July 17

Check ongoing meetups too.

Time Auditorium / Don Alberto 1 Don Alberto 2 Don Alberto 3 Don Alberto 4 Don Diego 4 Don Americo Don Julian Don Genaro Time
07:00
On-site registration

Second floor foyer, Hilton Hotel
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
07:00
10:00 10:00
12:00 12:00
13:00 13:00
09:00
Opening Ceremony

Speaker Icon.svg Simultaneous interpretation available

Opening video

Greetings by:

Iván Martínez, Wikimanía 2015 coordinator

Don Alberto 1-2 , 4th Floor
09:00
09:15 09:15
09:15
Welcome to the City message by Dr. Miguel Ángel Mancera, mayor of Mexico City.
09:15
09:30 09:30
09:30
Opening Plenary by Lila Tretikov, Wikimedia Foundation Executive Director
09:30
10:30 10:30
10:30
Break
Foyer Area, 2nd Floor
10:30
11:00 11:00
Track

Featured Speakers I With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Spanish I With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Education I

GLAM I Coolest Projects

Community I Improving Wikipedia

Workshop I Crowd control

REDHD I

Tech I

Track
11:00 La oferta turística de la #CDMX y las nuevas tecnologías

Miguel Torruco Marqués (30 min.)

Digital technology and biocultural diversity. How to survive the epistemicide

Domenico Fiormonte

Linking Wikipedia with educational innovation: The Wiki Learning Project

The coolest projects of Wikimedia Chapters - be inspired

State of Wikimedia Scholarship 2014-2015

Crowd control - How to build effective community monitoring for crowdsourced projects

Hacia una Wikipedia de audiovisuales creados también en Colaboración

José María Serralde

Finalizing SUL, and why we're never doing it again

11:00
11:15 11:15
11:30 Civil Liberties and how to defend those in the 21st Century: A global overview

Renata Ávila

Main principles of organizing Youth Wiki Camps and their impact on Wiki movement, education and contribution

The Effect of Blocking IP Editing: Evidence from Wikia

How we made VisualEditor faster

11:30
11:45 11:45
12:00

Coloniality of power in Wikimedia, a vision from Global South

El crecimiento de una comunidad de Wikipedia en español: el caso de Puebla, México

Engaging Wikipedia's Natural Ally: How to unlock and amplify the access, knowledge, skills and resources of University and Research Libraries

100wikidays

Los dispositivos móviles en la escuela secundaria.

Alejandro Águila Martínez

Science Assessment systems & what Wikimedia can learn

12:00
12:15 12:15
12:30
Lunch
Don Diego 1, 2, 3
12:30
12:45 12:45
13:00 13:00
13:15 13:15
13:30 13:30
13:45 13:45
Track

Featured Speakers II With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Spanish II With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Legal I

GLAM II

Community II

Discussions I

REDHD II

Tech II

Track
14:00

El anarchivo de los comunes
Antonio Lafuente

De una reunión de amigos a la reunión anual del movimiento Wikimedia

War Stories From WMF Legal: Defending Users & Content

MOOCs and MapWarping: Mapping Online/Offline Communities in Libraries

Show Me the Money - Here's your Global Financial Report

Wikimania Discussion Room 1:
"The Wikipedian self help group: Collecting the most annoying, beautiful & hilarious experiences of Wikimedians"

Datos abiertos en la investigación científica

Joaquín Giménez (CCUD-UNAM)

Usage of Digital Object Identifiers across Wikimedia projects

14:00
14:15 14:15
14:30 Hackear el Universalismo Digital: La Vanguardia Tecnologica y Inter-tecnologidad en las Americas Globales

Anita Chan

What does "free" mean in Wikimedia?

The EAGLE Project - a Story of Epigraphy, GLAMs, Linked Data, and Wikibase

Vocabulario Alteridad y Exclusiones

Francisco Barrón y Marco Godínez

Wikimedia Translation Sprint

14:30
14:45 The other copyright fights

Paz Peña

14:45
15:00

The Twilight of EU Copyright Reform, or, How to reform with a hammer

Wiki Loves Earth: why it is cool and how you can join

Failures that made us better: A brief history of the Wikimedia Foundation as a learning organization

El papel de las Humanidades Digitales en el aula

Miriam Peña

15:00
15:15 15:15
15:30
Break
Foyer Area, 2nd Floor
15:30
15:45 15:45
Track

Featured Speakers III With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Spanish III With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Education II

GLAM III

Tech IIIbthen
Community III

Discussion II

REDHD III

Tech III

Track
16:00

Crypto Wars, Government Hacking and Secret Surveillance Katitza Rodríguez Electronic Frontier Foundation

Los proyectos enciclopédicos y la construcción del conocimiento: La investigación histórica en Wikipedia

MediaWiki as a Transformative University Platform: Creating an Institutional Gateway to the Commons

Wikipedian in Residence in the National Library of Israel - How can a success story be a failure?

Visually editing Wikipedia: Why VisualEditor is different

Real-Time Collaborative Editing

Representación de 'otras' literaturas mexicanas en medios digitales.

Ernesto Miranda (INAH)

50 Shades of Wiki: New Tools to Share, Remix and Reuse

16:00
16:15 16:15
16:30

Artesanía, tecnopolítica y derechos en el contexto de la vigilancia masiva

Pitfalls, Protocols and Prior Planning: a Panel on Making the Most of the Education Program

Sum of all paintings

Can Conflicts of Interest (COI) be aligned with the Wikimedia project?

Formando la red de Humanidades Digitales

Isabel Galina

Analyzing 50 billion Wikipedia pageviews in 5 seconds

16:30
16:45

Latin America Internet Freedoms Panel

16:45
17:00

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Playground, school or library? A wiki for children

A Gateway Theory – How Edit-a-thons Can Lure Innocent GLAMs into the World of Wiki

Funding the movement's dreams: How FDC works and help build strong organizations

CEN, una ventana digital a la lengua y los códices nahuas

Salvador Reyes y Jorge Arturo Ruedas (IIB-UNAM)

WikiMiniAtlas - the interactive world map for Wikipedia

17:00
17:15 17:15
Track

Meetup I

Meetup II

Meetup III

Meetup IV

Meetup V

Meetup VI

Meetup VII

Meetup VIII

Track
17:30 Mexican Faculty Meeting WikiFranca Meetup Education Meetup Wiki Loves Meetup including WLM 2014 awards ceremony and exhibition Canada/US Meetup Medicine meetup 17:30
17:45 17:45
18:00 18:00
18:15 18:15
18:30 18:30
19:00

Wiki Wedding
At Doña Sol Room (4th Floor)

19:00
19:30 19:30
20:00 20:00


Saturday, July 18

Check ongoing meetups too.

Time Auditorium / Don Alberto 1 Don Alberto 2 Don Alberto 3 Don Alberto 4 Don Diego 4 Don Americo Don Julian Don Genaro Time
08:00
On-site registration

Second floor foyer, Hilton Hotel
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
08:00
10:00 10:00
12:00 12:00
13:00 13:00
Track

Featured Speakers IIII With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Spanish IIII With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Tech I

GLAM IIII

Community IIII

Workshop IIII

Discussion III

Discussion IIII

Track
9:00

Wikipedia and the new media ecology
Carlos Alberto Scolari

The gender gap in Wikipedia: What are we doing in Mexico?

Building wiki tools outside of Wikimedia Foundation

"L" for Laboratories and "M" for Microscopes : Redefining GLAM by partnering with a medical school

Engaging with Community Engagement

Ask the Designers

Wikimania Discussion Room 2:
"When to include data from Wikidata in a content page, and when not?"
&
"Citing sources in biographies of living people"

9:00
9:15 9:15
9:30

La brecha digital: una respuesta plural

Video Production Tools and Community in the Wikiverse

Wikimedian in Residence at UNESCO collaboration workshop

9:30
9:45

How do we gather knowledge Nestor García Canclini

9:45
10:00

La brecha de género en Wikipedia
(Panel)

Operationalizing usability testing for Mediawiki engineers

An Edit A Day: Collaboration with Medical Institutions

State of Wikidata - giving more people more access to more knowledge one edit at a time

10:00
10:15 10:15
10:30
Break
Foyer Area, 2nd Floor
10:30
10:45 10:45
Track

Featured Speakers IIII With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Spanish V With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Tech II

GLAM IIII

Community IIII Wikidata

Discussion V

Discussion VI

Track
11:00

Q&A with WMF Board

Cómo Commons me ayudó como fotógrafo

Are we failing our users when they search Wikipedia?

A Hitchhiker's Guide through Creative Commons photography

Ask Us Anything About Wikidata

IdeaLab Workshop: Making Ideas into Action

Wikimania Discussion Room 3:
"Wikimedia Commons - Needs and wishes for the perfect Wikimedia media database"
&
"Including large content donations in our projects: how, and under which conditions?"

Wikimania Discussion Room 4 (español):
"¿Qué hacer con el Editor Visual?"
&
¿Cómo recibir y retener nuevos usuarios?

11:00
11:15 11:15
11:30

Adiós a la soledad: colaboración para humanistas

Ernesto Priani

Future of structured documents: VisualEditor, Citations and Wikidata, oh my!

How to do GuerillaGLAM

Building up Wikidata, country by country

11:30
11:45 11:45
12:00

Morfología de la radio desde la cultura.
Agustín Peña, Ibero 90.9

User(s) Talk(ing): The future of wiki discussions

Ebola Translations: How We Did it & How to Get Involved

12:00
12:15 12:15
12:30
Lunch
Don Diego 1, 2, 3
Wikiwomen’s Lunch
Don Genaro
12:30
12:45 12:45
13:15 13:15
13:15 13:15
13:30 13:30
13:45 13:45
Track

Featured Speakers II With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Spanish VI With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Tech III Translation

Legal II

Community II

Workshop II

Discussion VII

Discussion VIII

Track
14:00

"Wikipedia y la construcción colectiva del conocimiento. Más allá del fetichismo tecnológico"

César Rendueles

Five Pillars Panel by RedHD members

Designing Content Translation: how to improve the translation process from a user-centered perspective

Non-copyright Restrictions on Free Knowledge?

Activating communities across Africa with Kumusha Takes Wiki and Wiki Loves Africa

MediaWiki Stakeholders' Meetup

GLAM Learning Circle

Wikimania Discussion Room 5 (español):
"Donaciones de contenido: ¿cuánto, cómo, a cambio de qué?"
&
"Cantidad versus calidad en programas educativos con Wikipedia. ¿Cómo medir su éxito?"

14:00
14:15 14:15
14:30

Content Translation - what’s running under the hood

Re-use of Wiki Loves Monuments photos as a hurdle race

Covering the Wikimedia Community

Build interactive graphs and maps in wiki

14:30
14:45 14:45
15:00

Marcela Peñaloza
Toda la UNAM en línea.

The Philippines and the Spanish Wikipedia: a roadmap towards building a new, healthy community

Nothing Left but Always Right: The Twisted Road to RTL Support

Free as in Free: Strategies for Advancing Open Access on Wikipedia

Would you like some artificial intelligence with that?

Wikidata Babel workshop

15:00
15:15 15:15
Room Auditorium / Don Alberto 1 Don Alberto 2 Don Alberto 3 Don Alberto 4 Don Diego 4 Don Americo Don Julian Don Genaro Time
Track

Featured Speakers III With simultaneous interpretation English and Spanish

Education III

Tech IIII

Legal III

Community III Gender Gap

Workshop III

Discussion IX

Discussion X

Track
15:30

How public figures are trying to erase public interest information from the Internet? Panel

Assignment 1: Become A Wikipedian

Templates are dead! Long live templates!

External funding give more than money

Our options for addressing harassment of women, LGBT+ people, and other popular targets for discrimination

OpenStreetMap workshop

Content Translation - translathon and discussion

Wikimania Discussion Room 6: "Plantillas de mantenimiento: ¿uso o abuso?"

15:30
15:45 15:45
16:00

WikiMotivation - why do we use and contribute to Wikimedia?

Communicating your projects - Wikipedia Education Program as an example

The next million articles in Wikipedia

Understanding gender and skills gaps beyond Wikipedia 16:00
16:15 16:15
16:30
Break
Foyer Area, 2nd Floor
16:30
17:00 17:00
17:00

"Bringing Free Education to the World"

Plenary talk by Luis von Ahn

Speaker Icon.svg Simultaneous interpretation available
Don Alberto 1 - 2

17:00
17:15 17:15
17:30 17:30
18:00 18:00
Track

Meetup I

Meetup II

Meetup III

Meetup IV

Meetup V

Meetup VI

Meetup VII

Track
18:00

WikiArabia Meetup

CEE Meetup

LGBT Meetup

Asia Pacific Forum

Canada/US Meetup

18:00
18:15 18:15
18:30 18:30
19:00

Buses pickup attendees to Museo Soumaya. Meeting point: Hotel Hilton.

19:00
19:30 19:30
20:00
Museo Soumaya reception
Wikimania 2015 group photo at the museum

Food, refreshments and music for all the attendees.
Guided visits in English and Spanish to the museum collection! Art from Pre-Hispanic Mesoamerica, 19th- and 20th-century Mexican art and an extensive repertoire of works by European old masters and masters of modern western art such as Auguste Rodin, Salvador Dalí, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo and Tintoretto.

20:00


Sunday, July 19

Check ongoing meetups too.

Time Auditorium / Don Alberto 1 Don Alberto 2 Don Alberto 3 Don Alberto 4 Don Diego 4 Don Americo Don Julian Don Genaro Time
08:00
On-site registration

Second floor foyer, Hilton Hotel
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
08:00
10:00 10:00
12:00 12:00
Track

Featured Speakers IIII

Community IIII Writing Wikipedia

Tech I

Legal IIII

Community IIII

Workshop IIII

Discussion X

Discussion XI

Track
9:00

Wikipedia Gender Inequality Index: Analysing Who We Write About

Revolutionizing article creation using Content Translation

Making Infoboxes easier to edit and maintain with the help of Wikidata

Voluntary Disclosure: Balancing privacy and protection

7 Amazing Facts about Wikipedia Readers. Number 3 Will Make You Cry

Breaking Commons: Feature Brainstorming and Strategizing

Do you feel heard? A Community Liaisons Roundtable

Wikimania Discussion Room 7:
"Fighting against conflicts: different approaches" &
"Editors with a strong point of view: recognising them & keeping them constructive"

9:00
9:15 9:15
9:30

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Issues Faced by Academic Reference Works That May Be of Interest to Wikipedians Edward N. Zalta

My life as an autistic Wikipedian

Beyond VisualEditor

9:30
9:45 9:45
10:00

Making Translated Screenshots With No Effort

The Revision Scoring Service -- Exposing Quality to Wiki Tools

Headhunting of volunteers

Supersize Me! - Growth Hacking for Developing Wiki Groups

Measuring the immeasurable: toward a qualitative evaluation of gender gap activities

10:00
10:15 10:15
10:30
Break
Foyer Area, 2nd Floor
10:30
10:45 10:45
Track

Featured Speakers IIII

WikiCulture & Community IIII

Legal V

GLAM V

Community IIII

Discussion IIII

Discussion XII

Track
11:00

How to improve the coverage of women in Wikipedia

Going Global: Creating and Growing a Wikipedia Library Branch in Your Own Language

Amplify Free Knowledge with Public Policy

Pluricentric languages and Wikipedia - where to draw the line... and where not to

Quality matters - How to support learning and improvement in Wikimedia organizations

Ask the Developers

Wikimania Discussion Room 8:
"Empowering the power users from a community perspective" & "How to withstand a flood of students and turn it to your advantage"

Chairpersons meeting (1 hour)
by invitation

11:00
11:15 11:15
11:30

Inspiring Friendly Spaces: What we learned from running a gender gap campaign on-wiki

Podemos! How Videos are bringing Wikimedia to the next Level

Copyright reform in the EU - What you can expect to happen

Wikipedia's health: A socio-technical overview

Content Translation workshop for Central & South American Indigenous languages

11:30
11:45 11:45
12:00

Let's talk about bees: What a single Wikipedia article can tell us about Wikipedians

Different cultures of Wikipedias: how major projects differ in perceiving quality

Digital Labor and Wikipedia

Wikiproject X

Regional meetings: working towards common goals

Accidental Canon and Other Lessons From Building Digital Libraries

12:00
12:15 12:15
Track

Featured Speakers II

Education II

Legal VI

Community II

Workshop II

Discussion XIII

Discussion XIIII

Track
12:30

Wikimania Hackathon Showcase

Wikipedia Values and Peeragogical Methods in Knowledge Production

Possibilities for university cooperation: Estonian example

Legal OTRS Boot Camp: Stories Shared, Lessons Learned, & Techniques to Tackle Tricky Troubles

Volunteer engagement in the Wikimedia movement

Video Community Coordination Roundtable

1 Year to get your things done and to present them at Wikimania Esino Lario

12:30
12:45 12:45
13:00

OpenGLAM Benchmark Survey - First Results

Students can do more than write new articles - Premiere of Tec de Monterrey video of student activities in Wikimedia

Edit2015 - A community-curated Year-in-Review video

Staying or Going

Making it Count: Programs Evaluation 2015

13:00
13:15 13:15
13:30

Museo Soumaya Abierto
Alfonso Miranda Márquez
Museo Soumaya

Edit-a-thons for bridging the gender gap on Wikimedia

Engineering Volunteering - How to best design volunteer support in the Wikimedia movement

13:30
13:45 13:45
14:00
Lunch
Don Diego 1, 2, 3
OpenStreetMap mapping party 14:00
15:00 15:00
15:30
Break
15:30
15:45 15:45
16:00
Closing Ceremony

Jimmy Wales, Founder, "State of the Wiki: Free Expression and Wikipedia".

Wikimania Esino Lario 2016 presentation

Closing Remarks and Thanks

Speaker Icon.svg Simultaneous interpretation available
Don Alberto 1 and 2

16:00
16:15 16:15
16:30 16:30
16:45 16:45
17:00 17:00
17:15 17:15
17:30 17:30
17:45 17:45
18:00 Closing Get Together

Come relax and enjoy some beer, refreshments and tacos.
Don Alberto 3 and 4, 4th Floor

18:00
18:15 18:15
18:30 18:30
19:00 19:00
19:30 19:30
20:00
Closing party
Food, refreshments and music to dance by CelisyGisela DJ set


Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Doctor Mora 7, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City

20:00
21:00 21:00
22:00 22:00
23:00 23:00
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