Foundation

  1. Wikimedia and The Met: A shared digital vision

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Wikimedia Foundation are partners on a simple shared mission: connecting audiences to open knowledge, ideas, and creativity on a global scale.... Read more

  2. Victory in Greece: Legal case ended against Wikipedia editor

    A long-running case in Greece has come to a close with all claims dropped.... Read more

  3. Introducing a resource kit to help organizers handle event safety incidents

    The Support and Safety team, in collaboration with several other Community Engagement teams at the Wikimedia Foundation, has developed a short kit providing event organizers with key actions, scripts, and steps to help them handle event safety issues as they arise at Wikimedia events.... Read more

  4. Mexican Ministry of Culture and Wikimedia Mexico partner to preserve Mexican culture and heritage

    “We are excited to continue to expand Wikipedia’s free knowledge alongside one of the leading keepers of culture in my country,” says Iván Martínez, President of Wikimedia Mexico.... Read more

  5. What are the ten most cited sources on Wikipedia? Let’s ask the data.

    A new dataset of fifteen million records documents source usage in Wikipedia by identifier and across languages.... Read more

  6. Wikimedia Foundation appoints Chief Creative Officer and Vice President of Communications

    Heather Walls, the current leader of the Wikimedia Foundation’s Communications department, and Kui Kinyanjui, an executive with over 18 years of experience in journalism and global communications, will be assuming permanent senior leadership roles as Chief Creative Officer and Vice President of Communications respectively.... Read more

  7. Join the Wikimedia Foundation as an Open Web Fellow

    The Wikimedia Foundation is proud to host an Open Web Fellow, a nine-month position to develop data-driven responses to questions around public policy for free knowledge.... Read more

  8. The Initiative for Open Citations celebrates its first birthday

    In celebration, and to mark the progress made, we’ve designated this month as Open Citations Month.... Read more

  9. Making women more visible online—with Wikidata tools!

    To celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, Wikimedians around the world make a concerted effort each March to add and edit articles about women in Wikipedia. You can also have an impact (and fun!) by adding information about women to Wikidata, Wikimedia’s multilingual knowledge base. And there are quite a few interesting and fun, volunteer-developed tools t... Read more

  10. How to hold workshops that are fully remote accessible

    Holding workshops in person is challenging, but holding workshops for people in multiple locations is even more so. Design Researcher Abbey Ripstra and Grace Gellerman, the Manager of Program Management, explain how they approached holding a series of remote-accessible meetings.... Read more