1. Celebrity photographer Allan Warren shares the big shots on Wikipedia

    Crop by Andrew Sherman, "Sir Roger Moore 3.jpg" by Allan warren, CC BY-SA 3.0.

    Celebrity photographer Allan Warren has taken portraits of many popular artists and politicians, ranging from Roger Moore to Sophia Loren and Prince Charles. For the past few years, he has uploaded many of his images to Wikimedia Commons. His portraits caught our attention, so we reached out to him for an interview.... Read more

  2. A more immersive mobile experience on Android devices

    The Wikipedia app shows the article about Strasbourg on an Android device. New features like make it easier to access knowledge on the go. Screenshot by Deskana (WMF), licensed under CC-BY-SA-3.0

    The Wikipedia app makes it easier to access knowledge on the go — and provides a more immersive reading experience on mobile devices. This new Android release features a more image-centric design, improved search functionality, and suggestions for further reading. (…)... Read more

  3. Structured Data project launches in Berlin

    "Structured Data Bootcamp - Berlin 2014 - Group Photo", photo by Christopher Schwarzkopf, camera and direction by Fabrice Florin, under CC-BY-SA-4.0
  4. Help Test Media Viewer

  5. RfC: Should we support MP4 video on our sites?

  6. A Multimedia Vision for 2016

  7. Scientific multimedia files get a second life on Wikipedia

  8. VipsScaler implementation by volunteer developer improves image handling on Wikimedia sites

  9. Breaking through walls of text: How we will create a richer Wikimedia experience

  10. Introducing Wikipedia’s new HTML5 video player

    A new video player has been enabled on Wikipedia and its sister sites, and it comes with the promise of bringing free educational videos to more people, on more devices, in more languages.... Read more