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''Saturday 20 May 2017, 16-17'' – ''in the [[Wikimedia Hackathon 2017/Venue and Vienna#Atrium|Atrium]]''
 
''Saturday 20 May 2017, 16-17'' – ''in the [[Wikimedia Hackathon 2017/Venue and Vienna#Atrium|Atrium]]''
  
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''by [http://taste-of-data.tumblr.com prazlab]''
  
 
Austrian traditional recipes derive from different cuisines of the cultures that formed the historical Austro-Hungarian Empire [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q28513|Austro-Hungarian Empire on Wikidata]]. Not only famous for the Schnitzel [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q6497852|Wiener Schnitzel on Wikidata]], the Viennese cuisine [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q874327|Viennese cuisine on Wikidata]] is characterized by its "sweet tooth". Austrian desserts like the Sachertorte [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q131442|Sachertorte on Wikidata]], the apple strudel [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q261387|apple strudel on Wikidata]], and the Linzertorte [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q552287|Linzertorte on Wikidata]] are well known internationally. According to this culinary tradition sweet dishes are not destined to be only enjoyed at the end of the meal, they can be served as a main dish.
 
Austrian traditional recipes derive from different cuisines of the cultures that formed the historical Austro-Hungarian Empire [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q28513|Austro-Hungarian Empire on Wikidata]]. Not only famous for the Schnitzel [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q6497852|Wiener Schnitzel on Wikidata]], the Viennese cuisine [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q874327|Viennese cuisine on Wikidata]] is characterized by its "sweet tooth". Austrian desserts like the Sachertorte [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q131442|Sachertorte on Wikidata]], the apple strudel [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q261387|apple strudel on Wikidata]], and the Linzertorte [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q552287|Linzertorte on Wikidata]] are well known internationally. According to this culinary tradition sweet dishes are not destined to be only enjoyed at the end of the meal, they can be served as a main dish.
  
 
In a feast of typical Austrian sweet dishes, ''[http://taste-of-data.tumblr.com/about prazlab collective]'' prepared for you a buffet with the best-known cakes: Sachertorte, apple strudel, Linzertorte, Marmorgugelhupf (marble bundt cake), Esterházy torte [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q253209|Linzertorte on Wikidata]] and Streuselkuchen [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q451645|Streuselkuchen on Wikidata]]. The ingredients of the original recipes are mapped '''according to the statistical data about the Wikipedia entry''' of the cake. This update adds to the taste its metadata: the date of creation of the article, the number of edits and the amount of visitors of the page.
 
In a feast of typical Austrian sweet dishes, ''[http://taste-of-data.tumblr.com/about prazlab collective]'' prepared for you a buffet with the best-known cakes: Sachertorte, apple strudel, Linzertorte, Marmorgugelhupf (marble bundt cake), Esterházy torte [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q253209|Linzertorte on Wikidata]] and Streuselkuchen [[File:Wikidata-logo.svg|16px|link=d:Q451645|Streuselkuchen on Wikidata]]. The ingredients of the original recipes are mapped '''according to the statistical data about the Wikipedia entry''' of the cake. This update adds to the taste its metadata: the date of creation of the article, the number of edits and the amount of visitors of the page.
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''About the prazlab art collective: Since 2012 Veronika and Vesela and have been working together on multisensorial experiences, creating edible interfaces, artistic visualizations and food data tastifications. Their works are based on the most universal language of food, using cooking techniques and focusing on the act of eating.''
  
 
=== Group photo ===
 
=== Group photo ===

Version vom 10. Mai 2017, 17:27 Uhr

Raumnamenübersetzung:

  • Heuriger = großer Saal
  • Blunzn = Symphonia
  • Gurkerl = Concerto
  • Powidl = Menuet
  • Wiaschtl = Ballerina
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19 – 21 May 2017 | Vienna, Austria

Welcome


Program

Venue & Vienna


Travel


Participants


Register & Attend!



Schedule

Thursday 18 May 2017

Atrium Out of site
central area with hotel reception, information and registration desk, couches and more = not at JUFA Wien City
13 13-19
Information and
registration desk
14 14-17
City tour to Zentralfriedhof
(extra registration required)
14.30-17
City tour to the historic centre of Vienna
(extra registration required)
15
16
17 17-21
Vienna Open Data MeetUp & Open Data Drinks
18
19
20

Friday 19 May 2017

Room Heuriger Room Blunzn Room Gurkerl Room Powidl Room Wiaschtl Atrium Restaurant Café Wien Out of site
for hacking: 100 workstations at table groups for hacking: 35 workstations at table groups for hacking: 55 workstations at table groups; extra 20 seats at table groups next to fixed projector and screen, flip chart for breakout sessions: 25 seats at table groups, fixed projector and screen, flip chart for breakout sessions: 25 seats around tables in U-shape, fixed projector and screen, flip chart central area with hotel reception, information and registration desk, couches and more only during mealtimes 40 seats, 24 hrs free snacks station = not at JUFA Wien City
7 room closed room closed room closed room closed room closed 7-10
Breakfast
8 8-17
Information and registration desk
9
10 10-11.30
Opening
11 room closed 11.30-24
Hacking
11.30-24
Hacking

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Wikidata
documentation
sprint

starting at 11.30

11.30-13
Fantastic MediaWikis
11.30-13.30 Introduction Mentoring Program informal hacking and meeting space
12 12.30-24
Hacking
12-14.30
Lunch
13
14 14-15.30
Fantastic MediaWikis
free!
15 free!
16 16-18
Fantastic MediaWikis
free!
17 free!
18 room closed free! 18-21
Pizza
19 free!
20 20-21
Breton dance
free! 20-23
Karaoke
21 room closed free!
22 free! free!
23 free! free!

Saturday 20 May 2017

Room Heuriger Room Blunzn Room Gurkerl Room Powidl Room Wiaschtl Atrium Restaurant Café Wien Out of site
for hacking: 100 workstations at table groups for hacking: 35 workstations at table groups for hacking: 55 workstations at table groups; extra 20 seats at table groups next to fixed projector and screen, flip chart for breakout sessions: 25 seats at table groups, fixed projector and screen, flip chart for breakout sessions: 25 seats around tables in U-shape, fixed projector and screen, flip chart central area with hotel reception, information and registration desk, couches and more only during mealtimes 40 seats, 24 hrs free snacks station = not at JUFA Wien City
0 0-24
Hacking
0-24
Hacking
0-24
Hacking

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Wikidata
documentation
sprint

starting at 10

1
2
3
4
5
6
7 7-10
Breakfast
8
9 free! free! 9-17
Information and registration desk
informal hacking and meeting space
10 free! free!
11 free! free!
12 free! free! 12-14.30
Lunch
13 free! free!
14 free! free!
15 free! free!
16 free! free! 16-17
The Sweet Taste of Austria
17 room closed room closed 17-17.30
Group photo
18 free! free! 18-21
Dinner
19 free! free!
20 free! free!
21 free! free! 21-
Hackathon Party
22 free! free!
23 free! free!

Sunday 21 May 2017

Room Heuriger Room Blunzn Room Gurkerl Room Powidl Room Wiaschtl Atrium Restaurant Café Wien Out of site
for hacking: 100 workstations at table groups for hacking: 35 workstations at table groups for hacking: 55 workstations at table groups; extra 20 seats at table groups next to fixed projector and screen, flip chart for breakout sessions: 25 seats at table groups, fixed projector and screen, flip chart for breakout sessions: 25 seats around tables in U-shape, fixed projector and screen, flip chart central area with hotel reception, information and registration desk, couches and more only during mealtimes 40 seats, 24 hrs free snacks station = not at JUFA Wien City
0 0-14
Hacking
0-17
Hacking
0-17
Hacking

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Wikidata
documentation
sprint

starting at 10

Hackathon Party
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 7-10
Breakfast
8
9 free! free! informal hacking and meeting space
10 free! free! 10-15
Information and registration desk
11 free! free!
12 free! free! 12-14.30
Lunch
13 free! free! 13-15.30
City tour to the historic centre of Vienna
(extra registration required)
14 room closed free! free!
15 15.30-17
Showcase & Closing
16


Contribute to the Program

Propose a session, workshop, or project
Wikimedia’s technical areas
  • Proposed Sessions - Session covering any of the Wikimedia’s technical areas.
  • Skill Share - Hands-on skill development workshops on topics around technology stack of Wikimedia projects.
  • Featured Tasks - List of projects that are suitable for volunteers proposed by the participants and curated by the organizers.
  • Backlog - If you don't know where to list your task, add it here and we will help you.

For any of the items listed below, create a task on Phabricator, add #Wikimedia-Hackathon-2017 tag, and import it to the respective column on the workboard. Also, indicate in the task description if your proposed activity is newcomer-friendly. More details about scheduling of Proposed Sessions & Skill Share coming soon!

Become a point of contact for a project of your own or from our list of ideas
  • Express your interest in being a point of contact for one of the featured tasks, or for your own project idea by adding it to the table.
  • A good example of a proposed featured project is one which is clearly articulated, attainable, and not requiring complex or lengthy discussion from subject matter experts before implementation. Projects suitable for onboarding newcomers are most welcomed.
  • Being a point of contact for a project means, that you will be available and willing to answer any project-related queries at the hackathon.   
Express your interest in contributing to a project of your own or from our list of ideas
  • If you would like to contribute or work on one of the featured tasks during the hackathon, list yourself under ‘Interested member(s)’ column in the table. You are welcome to add your own idea too!
  • With this, we would like to connect you with other attendees looking to work on similar projects as you do before the hackathon.
How to schedule Proposed Sessions & Skill Share
  • If your breakout session lasts up to 1 hour
    • schedule it yourself in the tables above in one of the time slots indicated as free!
    • OR ask the hackathon organizers via hackathon@wikimedia.at to do this for you.
  • If your breakout session lasts longer than 1 hour
    • please reach out to hackathon@wikimedia.at and don't schedule this session on your own.


Opening

Friday 19 May 2017, 10-11.30in Room Heuriger

Welcome to the Wikimedia Hackathon 2017 in Vienna!


Social and side events

City tour to Zentralfriedhof

Zentralfriedhof

Thursday 18 May 2017, 14-17 – starting and end point: next to the information and registration desk at the Atrium

Austrian Wikimedians Häferl and Regiomontanus will show you the Zentralfriedhof Zentralfriedhof on Wikidata, Vienna's main cemetery where Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, the Strauss family and other personalities from the city’s past are buried. We will use public transport to get there, so make sure that you have you public transport ticket with you.

Please register here with your signature --~~~~ (max. 20 participants):

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City tours to the historic centre of Vienna

Historic centre of Vienna

Tour 1: Thursday 18 May 2017, 14.30-17 – starting and end point: next to the information and registration desk in the Atrium
Tour 2: Sunday 21 May 2017, 13-15.30 – starting and end point: next to the information and registration desk in the Atrium

The Austrian Wikimedians Volker (tour 1) as well as Thomas Ledl, Plani and Regiomontanus (tour 2) will show you the historic centre of Vienna Historic centre of Vienna on Wikidata. We will use public transport to get there, so make sure that you have you public transport ticket with you.

Please register here for tour 1 (Thursday) with your signature --~~~~ (max. 10 participants):

  1. ...

Please register here for tour 2 (Sunday) with your signature --~~~~ (max. 25 participants):

  1. ...

Vienna Open Data MeetUp & Open Data Drinks

Metalab

Thursday 18 May 2017, 17-21at MetaLab

The 11th Vienna Open Data MeetUp at Vienna's hack space MetaLab MetaLab on Wikidata dedicates this evening to the Wikiverse. There will also be an opportunity to take a tour through MetaLab. The MeetUp will be held in English. No extra registration required.

Program:

  • Philip Kopetzky (Wikimedia Austria): Welcome to the Wikiverse!
  • Jean-Frédéric Berthelot (Wikimedia France/Austria): The Wonderful World of Wikidata
  • Daniel Mietchen (NIH) and Stefan Kasberger (ContentMine, Open Knowledge Austria): Text Data Mining of Pandemics (Zika) with Open Access Literature and Wikidata
  • Lightning Talks: 5 min max.
  • starting at 19: Open Data Drinks

MetaLab Gnome-globe.svg on Open Street Map

  • Address: Rathausstraße 6, 1010 Wien
  • How to get there: Take the U3 underground line (direction Ottakring) from Enkplatz underground station Enkplatz underground station on Wikidata to Volkstheater underground station Volkstheater underground station on Wikidata. From there it's a 15 mins walk.

Fantastic MediaWikis and How to Maintain Them

Friday 19 May 2017, 11.30-18in Room Powidl

Fantastic MediaWikis program
MediaWiki logo

This one-day conference track called "Fantastic Mediawikis and How to Maintain Them" is designed for people who work with the open source software MediaWiki in their organization, company or business. The conference track is curated by the MediaWiki Stakeholders' Group MediaWiki Stakeholders' Group on Wikidata.

Read the full program of "Fantastic MediaWikis and How to Maintain Them".

Hackathon participants are invited to join the track whenever they want, spontaneously drop by for one hour or stay for the whole day, just like in any other session of the hackathon.

Wikidata documentation sprint

Wikidata documentation sprint program
Banner documentation sprint Wikimedia hackathon.png

The documentation sprint is a session that will take place during the 3 days of the hackathon. Its main goal is to improve user-documentation about Wikidata and Wikibase.

Anyone is welcome to join at any moment during the event, join a team or not, work on one of the suggested topics or not.

We will build a list of tasks with the community, so participants can work alone or in teams. During the sprint, we will also organize short workshops about useful tools (e.g. translation tools, illustration). Organizers will provide advices to help participants to build a good documentation. Non-tech people welcome. People will be able to attend remotely.

The Sweet Taste of Austria

apple strudel

Saturday 20 May 2017, 16-17in the Atrium

by prazlab

Austrian traditional recipes derive from different cuisines of the cultures that formed the historical Austro-Hungarian Empire Austro-Hungarian Empire on Wikidata. Not only famous for the Schnitzel Wiener Schnitzel on Wikidata, the Viennese cuisine Viennese cuisine on Wikidata is characterized by its "sweet tooth". Austrian desserts like the Sachertorte Sachertorte on Wikidata, the apple strudel apple strudel on Wikidata, and the Linzertorte Linzertorte on Wikidata are well known internationally. According to this culinary tradition sweet dishes are not destined to be only enjoyed at the end of the meal, they can be served as a main dish.

In a feast of typical Austrian sweet dishes, prazlab collective prepared for you a buffet with the best-known cakes: Sachertorte, apple strudel, Linzertorte, Marmorgugelhupf (marble bundt cake), Esterházy torte Linzertorte on Wikidata and Streuselkuchen Streuselkuchen on Wikidata. The ingredients of the original recipes are mapped according to the statistical data about the Wikipedia entry of the cake. This update adds to the taste its metadata: the date of creation of the article, the number of edits and the amount of visitors of the page.

About the prazlab art collective: Since 2012 Veronika and Vesela and have been working together on multisensorial experiences, creating edible interfaces, artistic visualizations and food data tastifications. Their works are based on the most universal language of food, using cooking techniques and focusing on the act of eating.

Group photo

Friday 19 May 2017, 17-17.30in the Atrium

Join us for the Wikimedia Hackathon group photo if you like. If the weather is favorable, we go outside.

Breton dance

Friday 19 May 2017, 20-21in Room Powidl

Léa will introduce you to the secrets of la danse bretonne Breton dance on Wikidata.

Karaoke

Friday 19 May 2017, 20-23in Café Wien

Come sing with us! :-)

Hackathon Party

Arena Wien

Saturday 20 May 2017, starting at 21in Arena Wien

For Saturday night, we’d like to take you out to party! We’ve booked a venue exclusively for Hackathon attendees in one of Vienna’s nicest event locations, the Arena Wien Arena Wien on Wikidata, which is conveniently close to the hackathon venue. We’ll buy you a drink and book a DJ, so you can hit the dancefloor, socialize at the bar, or just hang out in the spacious outdoor area and enjoy some of Vienna’s best subculture locations.

Arena Wien Gnome-globe.svg on Open Street Map

  • Address: Baumgasse 80, 1030 Wien
  • How to get there: It’s a 20 mins walk or take the U3 underground line (direction Ottakring) from Enkplatz underground station Enkplatz underground station on Wikidata to Erdberg underground station Erdberg underground station on Wikidata. The Vienna underground runs all night long on Saturdays.


Showcase & Closing

Sunday 21 May 2017, 15.30-17in Room Heuriger

Time to say good-bye ...


Mentoring program

Mentoring Program
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For this year’s Hackathon we will be implementing a mentoring program for newcomers to our movement. The mentoring program is a new approach that we are trying out for the first time, where we were looking for Wikimedians who will be at the hackathon exclusively as mentors. They will come up with newcomer-friendly projects and ideas and, during the whole weekend, work with groups of about two to six newcomers, to help them with the whole onboarding process, and make their way into the great Wikimedia tech community as easy and as much fun as possible. The focus is to welcome more newcomers into the community, by introducing them to the different aspects of working with MediaWiki, and help them achieve their own first steps during the hackathon weekend. Additionally, we want to create a welcoming social atmosphere, so we can further diversity and growth in our community.