Project: Wales

Categories: Wales | Wales Project

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Membership Requirements: To be a member of the Wales Project you must join at least one team, make at least one contribution every six months towards the project's goals, communicate regularly with your Team Leader and respond to the six-month check-ins.


The goal of the Wales Project is to improve the quality and quantity of Welsh profiles. To assist with this goal, click on the Genealogy Research tab above for information on researching your family tree and best practices for writing/editing your profiles.


In order to work towards our goal, we organise ourselves into teams which come under the following areas:

County Teams There are 13 historic counties in Wales, and our geographical teams are organised into each of those counties. The Project Coordinator for the County Teams is Hilary Gadsby.

Profile Improvement Teams The various profile improvements teams work on specific types of profile improvement across the whole of Wales. The Project Coordinator for the Profile Improvement Team is Stuart Awbrey.

Managed Profiles Teams The Managed Profiles Teams, divided into three time periods, focus on our managed, PPP'd and flagship profiles. These deems seek to reach the highest standards of work possible on profiles. The project coordinator is Steve Bartlett.

Topical Teams Topical teams can range from Welsh Poets to Castles in Wales. These teams are for people wanting to work on a specific thematic subjects within Wales. The Project Coordinator is TBC.

Membership Team The Membership Team is a functional team within the Wales Project. These are the greeters and integrators of the project who help make new members feel welcome and who work on fun activities and competitions for existing members. The Project Coordinator for Membership is TBC.

Cymru Dragons The Cymru Dragons are a non-competitive team that participate in the quarterly WikiTree thons and is in addition to the other teams above. Their focus is on quality over quantity and to have fun working together to improve Welsh profiles over the course of a weekend.

Project Roles - an explanation of all the different roles within the project and what they do.

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