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.

    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?

    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.


    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:


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

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