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GLAM Indonesia wrap-up; Public Domain Day 2022 in Indonesia; #1Lib1Ref
GLAM Indonesia wrap-up
In the first semester of APG 2021 (July–December 2021), our activities were still affected by Covid-19 pandemic. All activities, including workshops, seminars, and meetups, were to be held online. However, we were able to engage with new kinds of activities. We highlighted four significant moments during the period:
- Publication of Wikimedia Commons booklet translation entitled Panduan berkontribusi konten di Wikimedia Commons, an adaptation and translation of A quick guide how to contribute your contents in Wikimedia Commons
- Improvement of GLAM institutions in Indonesia on Wikidata and creation of maps based on Wikidata
- Establishment of Indonesian Wikisource community and proofreading competition run by the community to celebrate Wikisource's birthday
- First GLAM internship at Wikimedia Indonesia
To read more, please visit our detailed report on Meta-Wiki.
Public Domain Day 2022 in Indonesia
To celebrate Public Domain Day 2022, GLAM Indonesia, together with Goethe-Institut Jakarta and Creative Commons Indonesia, organized a series of online events, including seminars and workshops. In this year, we wanted to bring the awareness to public about copyright and the status of freedom of panorama regulation in Indonesia. The first seminar inviting IP specialist to discuss about retroactive support on copyright law in Indonesia was held on January 9, 2022, on YouTube. Next seminar on the topic of freedom of panorama regulation was held in two sessions: the first session took place on January 22, 2022, on Zoom (not published), and second session happened on February 4, 2022, on YouTube, with Director of Copyright and Industrial Design, Directorate General of Intellectual Property, Ministry of Law & Human Rights, as the presenter.
In addition to the seminars, Goethe-Institut Jakarta invited colleagues from Europeana to give a presentation about why they adopt FAIR principle and how it will put to good use for GLAMs in Indonesia. The seminar was held on January 29, 2022. The recording of this event is available on YouTube.
Also, Creative Commons Indonesia set up an online workshop session dubbed "Kliping Gegap Gempita Edisi Hari Domain Publik 2022" to teach participants on how to extract images from a magazine scan. This meeting lasted for two hours, and participants' works can be seen at this category on Wikimedia Commons.
We also organized #1Lib1Ref, a campaign to invite librarians to put a reference to a Wikipedia article. The campaign started on January 15 to February 4, 2022. There were eleven users who took part in the campaign and edited on two projects: Indonesian and English Wikipedia. Most of their contributions were performed on Indonesian Wikipedia with 298 edits, while only one edit on English Wikipedia.
Wikimedia Indonesia to award certificate to Top 3 #1Lib1Ref participants in this round. More statistics about #1Lib1Ref in Indonesia are available here.
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