Jonathan Curiel

  1. A Wikipedian’s mission to educate others—one Chilean at a time: Sarah Chambers

    In 2011, the Wikimedia chapter in Chile held its first meeting in the country’s capital of Santiago. Sarah Chambers made her first edit there, which at that time was a requirement to become a member. Today, the freelancer and Nevada transplant is on a mission to increase the awareness of Wikipedia in the South American country … and beyond.... Read more

  2. Building communities to support free knowledge: Addis Wang

    Addis Wang has created thousands of articles and made nearly 100,000 edits on Wikipedia, but nothing has made him quite as proud as recruiting new editors for the encyclopedia.... Read more

  3. Engaging women to narrow the gender gap: Andrea Kleiman

    Since 2011, Kleiman has contributed tens of thousands of edits and arranged workshops for women in Argentina and Uruguay.... Read more

  4. Mon Dieu! Why a French novelist gave an entire year’s royalties to Wikipedia

  5. “It’s addicting, editing Wikipedia. It’s just something I love to do”: Paulina Sanchez

    Paulina Sanchez is a biologist, cancer researcher, and writer. When not breaking technological barriers in the area of genome sequencing, she contributes articles on female biologists and organizes events to involve more women with editing Wikipedia.... Read more

  6. Keeping his language alive on the Kyrgyz Wikipedia: Chorobek Saadanbekov

    A Wikipedia editor wants to resuscitate Kyrgyz, a language in decline.
    Chorobek Saadanbekov works to keep his language alive on the Kyrgyz Wikipedia. (…)... Read more

  7. How a teenage student from Malaysia set a high Wikipedia standard for editing

  8. A librarian uses her expertise to improve Wikipedia