Wikipedia

  1. The insights series: Sam Oyeyele

    Interviews with Wikimedians from emerging communities from Africa, Asia and Latin America, sharing their experiences of Wikimedia Conference 2018 and what the free knowledge movement means to them.... Read more

  2. Don’t panic! Build your own Hitchhiker’s Guide with Wikipedia

    Enter Kiwix, the offline Wikipedia reader.... Read more

  3. The more you contribute to Wikipedia, the more knowledge you gain: Ted Yoo

    It takes years of effort to find yourself on the list of Wikipedia’s most prolific contributors. We talked to Ted Yoo, who has made 300,000 edits on the Korean Wikipedia, to learn about the motivation that has kept him actively editing for so long.... Read more

  4. The insights series: Felix Nartey

    Interviews with Wikimedians from emerging communities from Africa, Asia and Latin America, sharing their experiences of Wikimedia Conference 2018 and what the free knowledge movement means to them.... Read more

  5. You asked, so we built it: Synced reading lists for Wikipedia’s Android and iOS apps

    Users on both apps can now bookmark articles, organize them into lists of articles, and share those lists across devices.... Read more

  6. Minister Ahmet Arslan: Wikipedia is open for improvement by anyone around the world, and should be open for editors in Turkey

    The Wikimedia Foundation is deeply concerned about recent statements attributed to the Turkish Minister of Transport, Maritime, and Communications Ahmet Arslan from Friday, the 18th of May, regarding the block of Wikipedia in Turkey. The Minister’s comments seriously misrepresent Wikipedia’s open editing model and efforts undertaken by the Wikimedia Foundation to lift the block.
    To address the... Read more

  7. Twitter bots powered by Wikipedia: An interview with Darius Kazemi, internet artist

    We wanted to learn more.... Read more

  8. Exploring offline access to Wikipedia: WikiFundi, an editing tool for remote schools

    The latest installment of our offline access series sees the Wikimedia Foundation’s Anne Gomez talking about WikiFundi, an offline editing tool for remote schools, with Florence Devouard, one of its project managers.... Read more

  9. Here’s everything we published from the design, development, and data process for the page previews feature

    As an open and transparent organization, most of our documentation is placed online, able to be viewed and emulated by anyone. Here’s a list of the documentation for one of our recently released features.... Read more

  10. Hello, my name is ________: Searching for names is not always straightforward

    Names can be surprisingly complicated. What you think of as “your name” is probably a constellation of variations on a theme—possibly with a few random bits and bobs mixed in for good measure. Names that travel across cultures, languages, or writing systems cause all sorts of additional complications.... Read more