30 November - Meeting about founding Wikimedia Belgium, Brussels
8 December - Presenting Wikimedia and discussion participation at CC-be Relaunch. Since then close collaboration with CC-be and the CC European Coordinators (based in Ghent and Berlin) (info | announcement (archived))
3 February - Brussels-Central railway station: Statute Sprint, and follow-up from last meeting
March - Image donation of 33 images by Fashion Museum Antwerp (info | photos)
March - Wikipedia atelier (workshop) at Mundaneum in Mons (educating staff, proposing exposition with QRpedia) (project page)
4 April - The Affiliations Committee has released a resolution to endorse the Wikimedia Belgium Start-up Grant request.
4 April - Submitting grant request for start-up grant for WMBE (info | grant request)
10 April - Grant request for start-up grant for WMBE approved by the Wikimedia Foundation. We are now working on setting up a temporary bank account that will be used to process the Grant money. (info | grant)
16 April - Start-up Grant agreement officially signed by Wikimedians in Belgium and the WMF (info | grant)
4 September - Meeting legal advisors on WMBE statutes
7 September - Kick-off meeting Wiki Loves Monuments: meeting new contributors, explaining the rules, sharing tips and tricks, Kick-off meeting and final statutes discussion at the Halles Saint-Géry (fr/nl) in Brussels (announcement | website)
9 September - Start of the #WikiOpVerzoek action (English: #WikiOnRequest) on the WMBE Twitter account. This hashtag is used to reply to people commenting on errors or inappropriate texts on Wikipedia (after correction of the errors off course!)
28 September - Upload marathon in Ghent. We explored the historical inner city of Ghent, en took additional pictures. We met and exchanged experiences. The meeting resulted in a serious spike in uploads. Founding meeting at Waterhuis aan de Bierkant (Gent)
30 September - Online rally to convince people to upload their last and best images of Wiki Loves Monuments (last upload day).