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  1. Wikimedia Foundation Quarterly Report, October–December 2015

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    The second fiscal quarter of 2015 saw notable successes in technology; overall, the organization met 65% of its goals.... Read more

  2. Reimagining the Wikimedia Foundation’s grants

    Image by Chris Schilling, freely licensed under CC-by-SA 4.0.

    Participation from over 200 community members in the Reimagining WMF grants consultation led to planned changes to WMF’s grants programs.... Read more

  3. Wikimedia Foundation releases third transparency report

    Photo by Robert Emperley, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

    The Wikimedia Foundation has released its third transparency report covering five key data points: Content alteration and takedown requests; Copyright takedown requests; Right to be forgotten; Requests for user data; and voluntary disclosure... Read more

  4. The Wikimedia Foundation’s “Got Your Back” when it comes to user privacy

    Privacy is a core tenant of the Wikimedia movement. Photo by Owen Moore, freely licensed under CC BY 2.0.

    The Wikimedia Foundation was recently recognized in the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s (EFF) “Who’s Got Your Back?” report.
    We are proud to say that we received perfect marks across all five categories.... Read more

  5. First 2015 Wikimedia Programs Evaluations reports examine Wiki Loves Monuments and other photo events

    Wikimedia Programs Evaluation reports show that Wiki Loves Monuments and other photo events were six times as likely to be rated as featured pictures, such as this one. Main du juive à Tikjda, 5º prize on Wiki Loves Earth Algeria 2014. Photo by Chettouh Nabil, freely licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.

    What is the impact of Wiki Loves Monuments and other photo events? The first two Wikimedia Programs Evaluation reports show that these programs contributed 14% of the media uploaded to Commons from September 2013 to September 2014.... Read more

  6. Improving the security of our users on Wikimedia sites

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    Wikimedia Foundation teamed up with iSEC Partners to assess the security of our sites and protect the privacy of our users.
    Their engineers developed attacks against the current version of MediaWiki to identify security flaws, in a new report sponsored by the Open Technology Fund.... Read more

  7. New Wikimedia Foundation report on activities in 2014

    The Wikimedia Foundation operates some of the world's most popular websites with around two hundred employees. Our new report outlines what we accomplished together in 2014.  Staff photo by Myleen Hollero, freely licensed under CC-BY-SA-3.0.

    The Wikimedia Foundation is pleased to release a report on our programs, activities, and outcomes from 2014.... Read more

  8. Wikimedia Foundation Quarterly Report, October-December 2014

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    The Wikimedia Foundation’s quarterly report for October-December 2014, the first in this new format, gives an overview of what we said we would do, what we actually did, what we learned in the process, and what’s next.... Read more

  9. Wikimedia Foundation Report, September 2014

    "WMF Monthly Metrics Meeting October 2, 2014.webm", by Wikimedia Foundation, under CC BY-SA 3.0

    Contents
    1 Data and Trends
    2 Financials
    3 Highlights
    3.1 Beta test of HHVM
    3.2 Greek Wikipedia user wins key hearing in court case
    3.3 Community consultation in Brazil
    3.4 Damon Sicore joins WMF as Vice President of Engineering
    …... Read more

  10. Wikimedia Highlights, September 2014

    "Svjatogorsk, Lavra 3" by Konstantin Brizhnichenko., under CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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