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Wikimedia Research Newsletter, October 2014

Informed consent and privacy; newsmaking on Wikipedia; Wikipedia and organizational theories
With contributions by: Maximilian Klein, Piotr Konieczny, Kim Osman, Pine and Tilman Bayer

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Wikimedia Highlights, July 2014

Highlights from the Wikimedia Foundation Report and the Wikimedia engineering report for July 2014, with a selection of other important events from the Wikimedia movement

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Wikimedia Foundation Report, July 2014

Contents
1 Data and Trends
2 Financials
3 Highlights
3.1 Petition for free access to Wikipedia on mobile phones
3.2 Legal victories in Italy and against paid editing sites
3.3 New Wikipedia app for iOS mobile devices
3.4 Grants impact analysis
4 Engineering
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Wikimedia Highlights, June 2014

Highlights from the Wikimedia Foundation Report and the Wikimedia engineering report for June 2014, with a selection of other important events from the Wikimedia movement

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Wikimedia Foundation Report, June 2014

Contents
1 Data and Trends
2 Financials
3 Highlights
3.1 Revamped Wikipedia app for Android, and new optimized view for tablet users
3.2 Media viewer released on all wikis
3.3 First impact assessment of FDC grants (APG)
3.4 Term of Use amended with transparency requirements for paid editing
4 Engineering
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Wikimedia Research Newsletter, September 2014

Vol: 4 • Issue: 9 • September 2014

99.25% of Wikipedia birthdates accurate; focused Wikipedians live longer; merging WordNet, Wikipedia and Wiktionary

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Wikimedia Research Newsletter, August 2014

A Wikipedia-based Pantheon; new Wikipedia analysis tool suite; how AfC hamstrings newbies

With contributions by: Federico Leva, Piotr Konieczny, Maximilian Klein, and Pine

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Wikimedia Research Newsletter, July 2014

Shifting values in the paid content debate; cross-language vandalism detection; translations from 53 Wiktionaries

With contributions by: Piotr Konieczny, Maximilian Klein, Heather Ford, and Han-Teng Liao

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Introducing the new blog: a place for movement news

Today we’re excited to announce the relaunch of the Wikimedia blog, with a new design and new features intended to make it easier for people to participate in sharing knowledge about the Wikimedia movement. We also hope this relaunch serves as a very public reminder: today is always the day you can–and should!–contribute a blog post.

The Wikimedia Foundation blog was started in 2008 as a place for staff of the WMF to share their work. Early blog posts often focused on the work of the Engineering team, including updates about the MediaWiki platform. News from the technology team remains a significant portion of the content shared on the blog today, but it has been joined by a riotous mix of content from every corner of the Wikimedia world. [...]

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Wikimedia Highlights, May 2014

For versions in other languages, please check the wiki version of this report, or add your own translation there! Contents 1 Wikimedia Foundation highlights 1.1 12 new individual engagement grants 1.2 Inviting anonymous editors to join the Wikipedia community 1.3 Funds Dissemination Committee (FDC) recommendations announced 2 Data and Trends…

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