As I wrote my year-in-review in Japanese, I came to the conclusion that I was “surprisingly content” with the year. Not because it was easy or went as planned, but despite it – as you can imagine. This year I: experienced the first cancellation of WordCamp of the year due to the pandemic as an… Continue reading Goodbye, 2020!
You may have read the story about the bulk of Scots Wikipedia being written by an American teenager who doesn’t speak the language. I felt the cringe. I’m involved in a volunteer-based translation project with hundreds of languages with a varying maintenance level. Who knows, something like this could happen to us too. The Guardian… Continue reading The Scots Wikipedia Story Reflection
WordCamp Asia 2020 is over — before it started. We as the organizing team have a lot more to do before we can close the books for this year, but the anticipation for the actual event has now ended. First, I want everyone to know that the cancellation decision was not made lightly. I want… Continue reading WordCamp Asia 2020 “Recap”