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Hi Val,

Thanks for the well wishes.  I'm very excited for the hackathon. I 
leaves this afternoon and get back next week.

Great to hear about the new articles in the ASL Wikipedia project.

Regards,
-Steve

On 5/21/13 9:14 PM, Valerie Sutton wrote:
> SignWriting List
> May 21, 2013
>
> Hi Steve!
> We wish you the very best trip to Amsterdam!
>
> Steve will be attending:
>
> Wikimedia Hackathon, Amsterdam, 2013
> http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Amsterdam_Hackathon_2013
>
> We can't wait to have Wikipedias in many written sign languages…
>
> Thank you for making this possible and please tell everyone at the 
> Wikimedia Hackathon how thankful we are for their help…
>
> The ASL Wikipedia will soon have new articles on the following topics:
>
> 1. National Theater of the Deaf (in the United States)
> 2. Deaf Culture
> 3. Deaf History
> 4. American Sign Language
> 5. People in the fields of sign language research and SignWriting 
> development
>
> Steve - Be sure to write to the List when you get back to tell us what 
> happened...
>
> Amsterdam is a beautiful city…I was there back in 1982 I believe - I 
> bet it has changed a lot!
>
>
> Val ;-)
>
> Valerie Sutton
> [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
>
>
>
>
> ASL Wikipedia Project on Wikimedia Labs
> http://ase.wikipedia.wmflabs.org
>
>
> ASL articles are translations of articles in the English Wikipedia:
>
> 1. Charles-Michel de l'Epee
> http://ase.wikipedia.wmflabs.org/wiki/Charles-Michel_de_l%27Epee
>
> 2. Laurent Clerc
> http://ase.wikipedia.wmflabs.org/wiki/Laurent_Clerc
>
> 3. Alice Cogswell
> http://ase.wikipedia.wmflabs.org/wiki/Alice_Cogswell
>
> 4. City of Helen, Georgia
> http://ase.wikipedia.wmflabs.org/wiki/Helen,_Georgia
>
> 5. William Stokoe
> http://ase.wikipedia.wmflabs.org/wiki/William_Stokoe
>
> 6. Carol Padden
> http://ase.wikipedia.wmflabs.org/wiki/Carol_Padden
>
> 7. Israeli Sign Language
> http://ase.wikipedia.wmflabs.org/wiki/Israeli_Sign_Language
>
>


-- 
?Steve