To learn what you think of this blog, we ran a survey in February-March 2015, asking feedback about its content, features — and suggestions for improvement. Many of you shared your insights, telling us you prefer quality over quantity, with more depth and relevance — and more community reports, in more languages.READ MORE
Here’s what happened on the Wikimedia Blog last month: WMF filed a suit against NSA; we published 15 stories about women and gender diversity on Wikimedia; we reported on a school in Tanzania using Raspberry Pi; the foundation shared open data sets and a new open access policy – and welcomed new executives.READ MORE
1 Comment on Women and gender diversity on Wikimedia: our top stories BY Fabrice Florin ON April 3rd, 2015
Here are our most popular stories about women and gender diversity in Wikimedia projects, published last month to celebrate International Women’s Day and WikiWomen’s History Month.READ MORE
Here are our favorite biographies of women on Wikipedia, feature 15 individuals who made important contributions in the arts, sciences, business and politics. Suggested by community and team members.READ MORE
3 Comments on Meet some of the women who contribute to Wikipedia BY Andrew Sherman, Victor Grigas and Fabrice Florin ON March 6th, 2015
To celebrate International Women’s Day, here are some inspiring stories of a few of the women who contribute to Wikipedia and Wikimedia projects. (…)READ MORE
Can you help find high-quality articles that celebrate women and gender diversity on Wikipedia and sister sites? (…)READ MORE
This month, we’re featuring stories about women and gender diversity in the Wikimedia movement, in honor of International Women’s Day and WikiWomen’s History Month. Learn more. (…)READ MORE
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Last month, Wikipedia turned 14 and won the prestigious Erasmus prize; we reported on how Jack Andraka used Wikipedia to develop a new test for pancreatic cancer as a high school student; and more (…)READ MORE
How is love covered on Wikipedia and its sister sites?
For Valentine’s Day, we asked Wikimedians to suggest great articles and images about love, in all its forms. Here’s what we found together. Thanks for sharing the love!READ MORE