I'm Peter Benjamin Meyer. I'm in this chapter. I'm a candidate for the Wiki-DC board of directors in the Feb/March 2013 election. Here are my candidacy statements. I'd welcome feedback about the chapter.
My regular user page is on the English Wikipedia.
- list of verified users on this wiki (generally authorized people, not robots)
- /Glossary for Wiki-DC
- Wiki DC committed to advocating for Internet freedom (along the SOPA/PIPA issue line) and has some budget capacity for this. contact person at Lofgren's office is senior legislative counsel: harley.geiger at mail.house.gov ; 225-3072.
- It is conceivable that Wiki DC could get a federal contract ; e.g. for a Wikimedian in residence or a NARA project. These are longshots.
- Experimental list of recent activities: /Recent events
- Review: http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Slowking4/congressional_briefing_agenda
- Research "Aaron's law" proposal (named for Aaron Swartz) from Rep. Lofgren's office: proposed revision to Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to reduce penalties and maybe more. 
- remove /draft candidacy statement 2013
- work out standard display of /Edit-a-thons
- present wikiDC activities next yr to nyc conference as lightning talk
- statistics editathon and german/goethe editathon and hopefully economic history one
- send leg contexts to SlowKing
- ACTA: The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), is a multinational treaty for the purpose of establishing international standards for intellectual property
- CISPA: wikipedia:CISPA Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act
- Aaron's Law: sponsored by Rep. Zoe Lofgren's office
- SOPA/PIPA -- effort by recording industry and Hollyword to incorporate copyright protection into the infrastructure of the Internet; beaten back in 2011.