The Signpost

In the media
How to use or abuse Wikipedia for fun or profit
Sweden, Poland, Armenia, Russia, the Vatican, and clueless English pubs.
Special report
“Catch and Kill” on Wikipedia: Paid editing and the suppression of material on alleged sexual abuse
"It's time for Wikipedia to grow up."
In focus
The BBC looks at Chinese government editing
But they aren't entirely sure they see it
Carl Miller on Wikipedia Wars
A discussion on info wars, government editing and our defences.
Community view
Observations from the mainland
A different point of view
Arbitration report
October actions
An "unblockable" is blocked; a former arb resigns.
Traffic report
Wrestling with a couple of teenagers, a Nobelist, and a lot of jokers
Plus a few celebrities.
Wiki Loves Broadcast
The future of public broadcasting has arrived.
Recent research
Research at Wikimania 2019: More communication doesn't make editors more productive; Tor users doing good work; harmful content rare on English Wikipedia
And other new research publications
Wikipedia is in the real world
Editing can have serious consequences.
News from the WMF
Welcome to Wikipedia! Here's what we're doing to help you stick around
Twenty questions to get you started.
On the bright side
What's making you happy this month?
A selection of good news and encouraging stories from the Wikiverse.
Single-page edition


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