As Wikimedian since 2004, I mostly edit articles or listen-coordinate projects. I've been the creator and lead listener-coordinator of the Graphic Labs and Map workshop, which created or improved 15,000+ images and maps. We pushed with few others for Wikipedia Cartographic guidelines now widely used. I had nearly similar role on the CJK Stroke Order Project, the Ancient Chinese Characters Project (~15,000 files), and the Wikimedia France's rapid audio recording system LinguaLibre.org. My encyclopedic contributions are various, with a track record on Chinese culture, contemporary social conflicts and human rights. I was a lead member of the 2020 Covid Task Force. I've been administrator of Wikipedia FR and Commons between 2005 and 2008, a status I returned when my activity lowered.
I attended various real life Wikimedia events such Wikimania ('07,'13,'14,'17,'18,'19,'21,'22), Hackathons ('13,'14,'15,'16,'17,'18,'19,'22,'23), Wikiconvention francophone ('16,'22).
Interested by Keeping events safe/ & /Visual materials, Wikimédia_France/Actions
- The Signpost > The Cartographers of WikiProject Maps — 2012 interview about Cartographic creation on Wikipedia.
|Users by language|
Various groups are doing their best to revitalize marginalized languages. Lingualibre is part of it.
Events & Grants report
|2018||Barcelona||Hackathon||WMF Project Grants||Action led with project leader. No personal report.|
|2018||Cap Town||Wikimania||WMF Project Grants||Action led with project leader. No dedicated report.|
|2022||Online||Wikimania||n.a.||wikimania:2022:Submissions/LinguaLibre: pivoting to diversity & Hackathon Showcase|
|Missing informations are somewhere in my archives and need further digging.|
Abbreviations: WP = Wikipedia -- LL = LinguaLibre -- CM = Commons -- CO = Coordination -- PC = Project Creation -- FR = Fund request.
- *2020 Covid Task Force was a necessary, non stop, 65 days, 14h/day sprint on Covid related articles, Wikipedia English.