Subhashish Panigrahi

  1. Community digest: As Odia Wikisource turns two, a project to digitize rare books kicks off; news in brief

    To celebrate the second anniversary of Odia Wikisource, Wikimedians are starting several initiatives to grow the project. In addition, this week’s news in brief includes updates about Wikimania submissions, Wikimedia affiliates, the Wikipedia Education Program and more.... Read more

  2. Community digest: Tulu Wikipedia goes live after eight years in Incubator; news in brief

    Eight years after being created in the Wikimedia Incubator, the Tulu-language Wikipedia is now live as the 23rd Indic language Wikipedia.... Read more

  3. Community digest: Konkani language speakers are separated by scripts but unite by Wikipedia; news in brief

    Konkani-language Wikipedians on what they think of Wikipedia as a binding factor for native speakers who speak in different variations of the same language and write in different scripts.... Read more

  4. Community celebrates birthday of Odia Wikipedia and Odia Wiktionary

    With the Odia Wikipedia and its sister projects, a handful of dedicated volunteer editors are taking the Odia language to the world outside.... Read more

  5. Looking ahead to the future of the Kannada Wikipedia: Vasanth S.N.

    Vasanth S.N. talks about his 10-year long journey as a Wikipedian, the challenges he is facing in his home project (the Kannada Wikipedia), and his plans for the future.... Read more

  6. Community digest—Estonians working on a new feedback system for Wikipedia articles

    Have you ever felt the need for a more powerful way to comment on Wikipedia articles? WikiComment might be for you.... Read more

  7. WikipediansSpeak: Odia Wikisourcer shares her journey and goals

    As part of the WikimediansSpeak interview series, Odia Wikisource’s most active contributor Pankajmala Sarangi shares her ideas about growing the community.... Read more

  8. Open access in the Marathi language expands by a thousand books

    When the non-profit organization Maharashtra Granthottejak Sanstha celebrated its 121st anniversary, they re-licensed 1000 books so that they could be digitized and be made available for millions of Marathi-language readers.... Read more

  9. WikipediansSpeak: Telugu-language library catalog project helps Wikipedia grow

    As part of the WikipediansSpeak series, Individual Engagement Grantee and Telugu-language Wikimedian Viswanadh.BK shares his experience with the digital library movement in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Over 300K books housed in five libraries could be added to a Wikipedia-based catalog, now helping Wikipedians to cite and readers to easily locate books.... Read more

  10. As Odia Wikipedia turns 13, what happens next?

    Odia Wikipedia (or.wikipedia.org) celebrated its 13th anniversary on June 3. Instead of just celebrating the day, the community brainstormed together on needs assessment, learning from past and strategies for future.... Read more