Editor Retention

  1. Artificial intelligence service gives Wikipedians ‘X-ray specs’ to see through bad edits

    Illustration by Mun May Tee-Galloway, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0.

    When anyone can edit any page of one of the biggest websites in the world, how can you evaluate all those changes? A Wikimedia Foundation research scientist and a team of volunteers has developed an artificial intelligence service to handle some of the highest-volume crowdsourcing issues on the internet.... Read more

  2. The #100wikidays challenge

    You are invited to join the #100wikidays challenge, which encourages participants to create a new Wikipedia article every day for 100 days. This community program was started by Vassia Atanassova, a Bulgarian Wikipedian. Photo by Vassia Atanassova, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

    You are invited to join the #100wikidays challenge, which encourages participants to create a new Wikipedia article every day for 100 days. This community program is inspired by the popular #100happydays initiative, and was started by a Bulgarian Wikipedian, to engage more people to contribute on Wikimedia projects.... Read more

  3. Brainstorming about Wikipedia’s diversity

  4. What we learned from the English Wikipedia new editor pilot in the Philippines

  5. Try the new login and account creation on Wikimedia projects

  6. Wikimedia Sverige hosts first fashion editathon

  7. Wikipedia Teahouse Celebrates its First Birthday

  8. Mobile Beta: a sandbox for new experimental features

  9. Literature contest on Hungarian Wikipedia a success

  10. Coaching new Wikipedia editors by email