Finding collaborators

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    Alex Goodall

    If you are looking for some help with your Wikipedia edits, drop a message below to find collaborators. Whether you want someone to help with research, writing, or just a second opinion, all enquiries are welcome.

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    Lucy Panesar

    I’m eager to edit this Wikipedia page as I know there is so much more to say and show about this historical event, regarding its colonial intentions, impact on people back then and the lasting legacy of that today:

    There are other sites which show more photos and provide more insights into the colonial intentions and impact of the event, which I’m hoping I can draw information and imagery from and reference on the Wikipedia page.

    Anyone interested in collaborating?

    #131 Reply
    Matt Lingard

    Hi everyone,

    I’m looking for an idea! I’m familiar with researching and editing and updated a page for the last LCC edit-a-thon. But I don’t have creative arts background, so I need help identifying a person/page to work on. It would be great if someone could identify a person for me to research & write about, ideally giving me an overview of the person first, so I don’t go into it cold if you see what I mean.


    #132 Reply
    Matt Lingard

    Quick update to let you know that I have found and started work on a new page. It’s for Alvaro Barrington… working on it here:

    #133 Reply

    Thank you for sharing this, Matt. Really great work. 🙂

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