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Recent research Canceling disputes as the real function of ArbCom
2023-11-20
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Recent research How English Wikipedia drove out fringe editors over two decades
2023-11-06
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Recent research Readers prefer ChatGPT over Wikipedia; concerns about limiting "anyone can edit" principle "may be overstated"
2023-10-03
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Serendipity Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no paywall, for thou, Wikipedia Library, art with me
2023-09-16
Non-flammable, BPA-free, and really whips the llama's ass.
Recent research The five barriers that impede "stitching" collaboration between Commons and Wikipedia
2023-08-31
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Recent research Graham's Hierarchy of Disagreement in talk page disputes
2023-01-01
And other new research findings.
Recent research Study deems COVID-19 editors smart and cool, questions of clarity and utility for WMF's proposed "Knowledge Integrity Risk Observatory"
2022-11-28
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Recent research Disinformatsiya: Much research, but what will actually help Wikipedia editors?
2022-10-31
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Recent research How readers assess Wikipedia's trustworthiness, and how they could in the future
2022-09-30
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Recent research The dollar value of "official" external links
2022-08-31
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Recent research A century of rulemaking on Wikipedia analyzed
2022-08-01
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Recent research Wikipedia versus academia (again), tables' "immortality" probed
2022-06-26
Tables "like to socialize" and "share genes": ooh la la!
Recent research 35 million Twitter links analysed
2022-05-29
And other recent research findings
Recent research Student edits as "civic engagement"; how Wikipedia readers interact with images
2022-04-24
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Recent research Top scholarly citers, lack of open access references, predicting editor departures
2022-03-27
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Recent research How editors and readers may be emotionally affected by disasters and terrorist attacks
2022-02-27
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Recent research Articles with higher quality ratings have fewer "knowledge gaps"
2022-01-30
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Recent research STEM articles judged unsuitable for undergraduates below the first paragraph
2021-12-28
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Recent research Vandalizing Wikipedia as rational behavior
2021-11-29
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Recent research Welcome messages fail to improve newbie retention
2021-10-31
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Recent research Wikipedia images for machine learning; Experiment justifies Wikipedia's high search rankings
2021-09-26
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Recent research IP editors, inclusiveness and empathy, cyclones, and world heritage
2021-08-29
IP editors, inclusiveness and empathy, cycles, and world heritage: A monthly overview of new research results
Recent research Gender bias and statistical fallacies, disinformation and mutual intelligibility
2021-07-25
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Recent research Feminist critique of Wikipedia's epistemology, Black Americans vastly underrepresented among editors, Wiki Workshop report
2021-06-27
Summaries of 26 new research publications
Recent research Quality of aquatic and anatomical articles
2021-04-25
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Recent research 10%–30% of Wikipedia’s contributors have subject-matter expertise
2021-03-28
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Recent research Take an AI-generated flashcard quiz about Wikipedia; Wikipedia's anti-feudalism
2021-02-28
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Recent research Students still have a better opinion of Wikipedia than teachers do
2021-01-31
Students still have a better opinion of Wikipedia than teachers: And other new research results
Recent research Predicting the next move in Wikipedia discussions
2020-12-28
Six million talk page threads analyzed, and other research.
Recent research Wikipedia's Shoah coverage succeeds where libraries fail
2020-11-29
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Recent research OpenSym 2020: Deletions and gender, masses vs. elites, edit filters
2020-11-01
Ortega's hypothesis was right! (If you start with the right definitions and assumptions.)
Recent research Wikipedia's flood biases
2020-09-27
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Recent research Detecting spam, and pages to protect; non-anonymous editors signal their intelligence with high-quality articles
2020-08-30
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Recent research Receiving thanks increases retention, but not the time contributed to Wikipedia
2020-08-02
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Recent research Wikipedia and COVID-19; automated Wikipedia-based fact-checking
2020-06-28
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Recent research Automatic detection of covert paid editing; Wiki Workshop 2020
2020-05-31
New results from academic research
Recent research Trending topics across languages; auto-detecting bias
2020-04-26
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Recent research Disease outbreak uncertainties, AfD forecasting, auto-updating Wikipedia
2020-03-29
New research publications on "the fear of being erased" and other topics.
Recent research Wikipedia generates $50 billion/year consumer surplus in the US alone
2020-03-01
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Recent research How useful is Wikipedia for novice programmers trying to learn computing concepts?
2020-01-27
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Recent research Acoustics and Wikipedia; Wiki Workshop 2019 summary
2019-12-27
15 recent papers, and other research news
Recent research Bot census; discussions differ on Spanish and English Wikipedia; how nature's seasons affect pageviews
2019-11-29
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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
2019-10-31
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Recent research Wikipedia's role in assessing credibility of news sources; using wikis against procrastination; OpenSym 2019 report
2019-09-30
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Recent research Special issue on gender gap and gender bias research
2019-08-30
A roundup of many recent publications examining Wikpedia's gender gaps in participation and content, and their possible reasons
Recent research Most influential medical journals; detecting pages to protect
2019-07-31
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Recent research What do editors do after being blocked?; the top mathematicians, universities and cancers according to Wikipedia
2019-06-30
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Recent research Wikipedia more useful than academic journals, but is it stealing the news?
2019-05-31
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Recent research Female scholars underrepresented; whitepaper on Wikidata and libraries; undo patterns reveal editor hierarchy
2019-04-30
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Recent research Barnstar-like awards increase new editor retention
2019-03-31
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Recent research Research finds signs of cultural diversity and recreational habits of readers
2019-02-28
When watchers want the whole truth, they wind up with the wiki! And Cultural Context Content comes out of a complete cartography.
Recent research Ad revenue from reused Wikipedia articles; are Wikipedia researchers asking the right questions?
2019-01-31
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Recent research Why do the most active Wikipedians burn out?; only 4% of students vandalize
2018-12-01
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Recent research Wikipedia and paid labour; Swedish gender gap; how verifiable is "verifiable"?
2016-03-02
Current academic research about the encyclopedia and related projects.
Recent research Bursty edits; how politics beat religion but then lost to sports; notability as a glass ceiling
2016-01-27
Current research involving Wikipedia.
Recent research Teaching Wikipedia, Does advertising the gender gap help or hurt Wikipedia?
2016-01-06
Current academic research on Wikipedia and related projects
Recent research OpenSym 2015 report; PageRank and wiki quality; news suggestions; the impact of open access
2015-08-26
OpenSym 2015 report: A look at the research presented at the OpenSym 2015 conference.
Recent research Wikipedia and collective intelligence; how Wikipedia is tweeted
2015-07-29
An article argues that Wikipedia displays some key characteristics of a collective intelligence process.
News and notes BARC de-adminship proposal; Wikimania recordings debate
2015-07-29
An RFC proposes to create a "Bureaucrats' Admin Review Committee" (BARC) composed of bureaucrats empowered to remove adminship rights.
Recent research How Wikipedia built governance capability; readability of plastic surgery articles
2015-06-24
One paper looks at the topic of Wikipedia governance in the context of online social production.
Recent research Drug articles accurate and largely complete; women "slightly overrepresented"; talking like an admin
2015-05-27
Wikipedia's articles on drugs are pretty good – good enough to impress even doctors. A new research study adds some substance to that impression.
Recent research Military history, cricket, and Australia targeted in Wikipedia articles' popularity vs. quality; how copyright damages economy
2015-04-29
Reader demand for some topics (e.g. LGBT topics or pages about countries) is poorly satisfied, whereas there is over-abundance of quality on topics of comparatively little interest, such as military history.
Recent research Most important people; respiratory reliability; academic attitudes
2015-03-25
The authors attempt to answer the question "Who are the most important people of all times?" Their findings clearly show that different Wikipedias give different prominence to different individuals.
News and notes Wikimedia Foundation adopts open-access research policy
2015-03-25
Last week the WMF announced the release of its long-awaited open-access policy.
Recent research Gender bias, SOPA blackout, and a student assignment that backfired
2015-02-25
A monthly roundup of Wikimedia-related research
News and notes Questions raised over WMF partnership with research firm
2015-02-25
A report from the external research firm Lafayette Practice has declared that the Wikimedia Foundation is the "largest known participatory grantmaking fund." Several concerns have been raised with the report, the phrase being used (participatory grantmaking), the now-former Wikipedia article on that phrase, and an alleged conflict of interest by WMF staff members.
Recent research Bot writes about theatre plays; "Renaissance editors" create better content
2015-01-28
A paper presented at the International Conference on Pattern Recognition last year presents an automated method to improve Wikipedia's coverage of theatre plays.
Recent research Wikipedia in higher education; gender-driven talk page conflicts; disease forecasting
2014-12-31
A paper titled "Factors that influence the teaching use of Wikipedia in Higher Education" uses the technology acceptance model to shed light on faculty's (of Universitat Oberta de Catalunya) views of Wikipedia as a teaching tool.
News and notes The next big step for Wikidata—forming a hub for researchers
2014-12-31
Wikidata, Wikimedia's free linked database that supplies Wikipedia and its sister projects, is gearing up to submit a grant application to the EU that would expand Wikidata's scope by developing it as a science hub. The proposal, supported by more than 25 volunteers and half a dozen European institutions as project partners, aims to create a virtual research environment (VRE) that will enhance the project's capacity for freely sharing scientific data.
Recent research Gender gap and skills gap; academic citations on the rise; European food cultures
2014-11-26
The monthly roundup of research related to Wikimedia.
Recent research Informed consent and privacy; newsmaking on Wikipedia; Wikipedia and organizational theories
2014-10-29
In new research conducted in light of proposed changes to data protection legislation in the European Union (EU), authors Bart Custers, Simone van der Hof, and Bart Schermer conducted a comparative analysis of social media and user-generated content websites’ privacy policies along with a user survey (N=8,621 in 26 countries) and interviews in 13 different EU countries on awareness, values, and attitudes toward privacy online.
In the media Opposition research firm blocked; Australian brushfire
2014-10-08
Opposition research firm blocked; Australian bushfires: Also, Wikimedia Norge and Nobel Peace Center edit-a-thon
Dispatches Let's get serious about plagiarism
2014-10-01
This article was first published in the Signpost in 2009. Written by several long-standing editors, including the late Adrianne Wadewitz, the article was subjected to extensive commentary and ultimately influenced the English Wikipedia's plagiarism guideline. With recent debates about close paraphrasing vis-à-vis plagiarism, we feel that this dispatch retains its relevance and deserves a second airing.
Recent research 99.25% of Wikipedia birthdates accurate; focused Wikipedians live longer; merging WordNet, Wikipedia and Wiktionary
2014-09-24
0.75% of Wikipedia birthdates are inaccurate, reported Robert Viseur at WikiSym 2014. Those inaccuracies are "low, although higher than the 0.21% observed for the baseline reference sources". Given that biographies represent 15% of English Wikipedia, the third largest category after "arts" and "culture", their accuracy is important.
Recent research A Wikipedia-based Pantheon; new Wikipedia analysis tool suite; how AfC hamstrings newbies
2014-09-03
The latest roundup of research about Wikimedia
Recent research Shifting values in the paid content debate; cross-language bot detection
2014-07-30
Shifting values in the paid content debate: Kim Osman has performed a fascinating study on the three 2013 failed proposals to ban paid advocacy editing in the English language Wikipedia. Using a Constructivist Grounded Theory approach, Osman analyzed 573 posts from the three main votes on paid editing conducted in the community in November 2013.
Recent research Power users and diversity in WikiProjects; the "network of cultures" in multilingual Wikipedia biographies
2014-06-25
Power users and diversity in WikiProjects: In a recent paper, Jacob Solomon and Rick Wash investigate the question of sustainability in online communities by analysing trends in the growth of WikiProjects.
Recent research Predicting which article you will edit next; reader research
2014-05-28
Predicting which article you will edit next: Wikipedia in the eyes of its beholders; "Chinese-language time zones" favor Asian pop and IT topics on Wikipedia; and bipartite editing prediction in Wikipedia.
Recent research Wikipedia predicts flu more accurately than Google; 43% of academics have edited Wikipedia
2014-04-30
Wikipedia predicts flu more accurately than Google: Can you predict the number of seasonal influenza-like illness in the U.S. using data from Wikipedia?
Recent research Wikipedians' "encyclopedic identity" dominates even in Kosovo debates; analysis of "In the news" discussions; user hierarchy mapped
2014-03-26
Wikipedians' "encyclopedic identity" dominates even in Kosovo debates: Have you wondered about differences in the articles on Crimea in the Russian, Ukrainian, and English versions of Wikipedia? A newly published article entitled "Lost in Translation: Contexts, Computing, Disputing on Wikipedia" doesn't address Crimea, but nonetheless offers insight into the editing of contentious articles in multiple language editions through a heavy qualitative examination of Wikipedia articles about the Kosovo in the Serbian, Croatian, and English editions.
Recent research CSCW '14 retrospective; the impact of SOPA on deletionism
2014-02-26
CSCW '14 retrospective; the impact of SOPA on deletionism: The monthly roundup of recent academic research about Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects, edited jointly with the Wikimedia Research Committee.
Recent research Translation assignments, weasel words, and Wikipedia's content in its later years
2014-01-29
An author experimented with "a promising type of assignment in formal translator training which involves translating and publishing Wikipedia articles", in three courses with students at the University of Warsaw.
Recent research Cross-language editors, election predictions, vandalism experiments
2013-12-25
Analyzing edits to the-then 46 largest Wikipedias between July 9 and August 8, 2013, a study identified a set of about 8,000 contributors with a global user account who have edited more than one of these language versions in that time frame.
Recent research Reciprocity and reputation motivate contributions to Wikipedia; indigenous knowledge and "cultural imperialism"; how PR people see Wikipedia
2013-12-04
Wikipedia works on the efforts of unpaid volunteers who choose to donate their time to advance the cause of free knowledge. This phenomenon, as trivial as it may sound to those acquainted with Wikipedia inner workings, has always puzzled economists and social scientists alike, in that standard Economic theory would not predict that such enterprises would thrive without any form of remuneration.
Recent research User influence on site policies: Wikipedia vs. Facebook vs. YouTube
2013-10-30
User influence on site policies: Wikipedia vs. Facebook vs. Youtube: Laura Stein, a researcher at the University of Texas at Austin, has concluded that, based on her comparison of user policy documents (including the Terms of Service) of YouTube, Facebook and Wikipedia, Wikipedia offers the highest level of participation power overall.
Discussion report More discussion of paid advocacy, upcoming arbitrator elections, research hackathon, and more
2013-10-23
Current discussions on the English Wikipedia include...
Recent research Automatic detection of "infiltrating" Wikipedia admins; Wiki, or 'pedia?
2013-09-25
A conference paper makes a rather serious claim: "We find a surprisingly large number of editors who change their behavior and begin focusing more on a particular controversial topic once they are promoted to administrator status."
Recent research WikiSym 2013 retrospective
2013-08-28
98 registered participants attended the annual WikiSym+OpenSym conference from August 5-7 at Hong Kong's Cyberport facility.
Recent research Napoleon, Michael Jackson and Srebrenica across cultures, 90% of Wikipedia better than Britannica, WikiSym preview
2013-07-31
An ArXiv preprint titled "Highlighting entanglement of cultures via ranking of multilingual Wikipedia articles" is about the Wikipedia articles on individuals and their position in the hyperlink network of the articles in each Wikipedia language edition, considering the whole hyperlink network.
Recent research Most controversial Wikipedia topics, automatic detection of sockpuppets
2013-06-26
A comparative work by T. Yasseri., A. Spoerri, M. Graham and J. Kertész looks at the 100 most controversial topics in 10 language versions of Wikipedia, and tries to make sense of the similarities and differences in these lists.
Recent research Motivations on the Persian Wikipedia; is science eight times more popular on the Spanish Wikipedia than the English Wikipedia?
2013-05-27
An article in Library Review offers a much-needed comparison of data from a population of editors outside the English Wikipedia.
Recent research Sentiment monitoring; Wikipedians and academics favor the same papers; UNESCO and systemic bias; How ideas flow on Wikiversity
2013-04-29
Sentiment monitoring; UNESCO and systemic bias; and more: A report on an online service which was created to conduct real-time monitoring of Wikipedia articles of companies, and more.
Recent research "Ignore all rules" in deletions; anonymity and groupthink; how readers react when shown talk pages
2013-03-25
A paper presented at last month's CSCW Conference observes that "Mass collaboration systems are often characterized as unstructured organizations lacking rule and order", yet Wikipedia has a well developed body of policies to support it as an organization.
Recent research Wikipedia not so novel after all, except to UK university lecturers; EPOV instead of NPOV
2013-02-25
Wikipedia not so novel after all, except to UK university lecturers: "Wikipedia and Encyclopedic Production" by Jeff Loveland (a historian of encyclopedias) and Joseph Reagle situates Wikipedia within the context of encyclopedic production historically, arguing that the features that many claim to be unique about Wikipedia actually have roots in encyclopedias of the past.
Recent research Lessons from the research literature on open collaboration; clicks on featured articles; credibility heuristics
2013-01-28
A special issue of the American Behavioral Scientist is devoted to "open collaboration".
Recent research Wikipedia and Sandy Hook; SOPA blackout reexamined
2012-12-31
The gathering of hundreds of Wikipedians to cover the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in its immediate aftermath, and a look back at Wikipedians' participation in the January protests against SOPA and PIPA.
Recent research Movie success predictions, readability, credentials and authority, geographical comparisons
2012-11-26
An open-access preprint presents the results from a study attempting to predict early box office revenues from Wikipedia traffic and activity data. The authors – a team of computational social scientists from Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Aalto University and the Central European University – submit that behavioral patterns on Wikipedia can be used for accurate forecasting, matching and in some cases outperforming the use of social media data for predictive modeling. The results, based on a corpus of 312 English Wikipedia articles on movies released in 2010, indicate that the joint editing activity and traffic measures on Wikipedia are strong predictors of box office revenue for highly successful movies.
Recent research WP governance informal; community as social network; efficiency of recruitment and content production; Rorschach news
2012-10-29
A paper in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, coming from the social control perspective and employing the repertory grid technique, has contributed interesting observations about the governance of Wikipedia.
Recent research "Rise and decline" of Wikipedia participation, new literature overviews, a look back at WikiSym 2012
2012-09-24
A paper to appear in a special issue of American Behavioral Scientist describes how "several changes that the Wikipedia community made to manage quality and consistency in the face of a massive growth in participation have led to a more restrictive environment for newcomers" and points to three factors contributing to the increasingly "restrictive environment" they face.
News and notes Researchers find that Simple English Wikipedia has "lost its focus"
2012-09-10
In its September issue, the peer-reviewed journal First Monday published The readability of Wikipedia, reporting research which shows that the English Wikipedia is struggling to meet Flesch reading ease test criteria, while the Simple English Wikipedia has "lost its focus".
Recent research New influence graph visualizations; NPOV and history; 'low-hanging fruit'
2012-08-27
A monthly overview of recent academic research about Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects, edited jointly with the Wikimedia Research Committee and republished as the Wikimedia Research Newsletter.
Recent research Conflict dynamics, collaboration and emotions; digitization vs. copyright; WikiProject field notes; quality of medical articles; role of readers; best wiki paper award
2012-07-30
From the modeling of social dynamics in a collaborative environment to why the number of Wikipedia readers rises while the number of editors doesn't.
Recent research Edit war patterns, deleters vs. the 1%, never used cleanup tags, authorship inequality, higher quality from central users, and mapping the wikimediasphere
2012-06-25
Recent research Supporting interlanguage collaboration; detecting reverts; Wikipedia's discourse, semantic and leadership networks, and Google's Knowledge Graph
2012-05-28
Special report Wikimedia and the "seismic shift" towards open-access research publication
2012-05-14
Recent research Barnstars work; Wiktionary assessed; cleanup tags counted; finding expert admins; discussion peaks; Wikipedia citations in academic publications; and more
2012-04-30
Recent research Predicting admin elections; studying flagged revision debates; classifying editor interactions; and collecting the Wikipedia literature
2012-03-26
News and notes Chapters Council proposals take form as research applications invited for Wikipedia Academy and HighBeam accounts
2012-03-19
Recent research Gender gap and conflict aversion; collaboration on breaking news; effects of leadership on participation; legacy of Public Policy Initiative
2012-02-27
Recent research Language analyses examine power structure and political slant; Wikipedia compared to commercial databases
2012-01-30
Recent research Psychiatrists: Wikipedia better than Britannica; spell-checking Wikipedia; Wikipedians smart but fun; structured biological data
2011-12-26
News and notes Research project banner ads run afoul of community
2011-12-12
Recent research Quantifying quality collaboration patterns, systemic bias, POV pushing, the impact of news events, and editors' reputation
2011-11-28
Recent research WikiSym; predicting editor survival; drug information found lacking; RfAs and trust; Wikipedia's search engine ranking justified
2011-10-31
Discussion report Proposal to return this section from hiatus is successful
2011-10-31
Recent research Top female Wikipedians, reverted newbies, link spam, social influence on admin votes, Wikipedians' weekends, WikiSym previews
2011-09-26
News and notes Ushahidi research tool announced, Citizendium five years on: success or failure?, and Wikimedia DC officially recognised
2011-09-19
News and notes Foundation reports on research, Kenya trip, Mumbai Wikiconference; Canada, Hungary and Estonia; English Wikinews forked
2011-09-12
Recent research Article promotion by collaboration; deleted revisions; Wikipedia's use of open access; readers unimpressed by FAs; swine flu anxiety
2011-08-29
Women and Wikipedia New Research, WikiChix
2011-08-15
News and notes Wikimania a success; board letter controversial; and evidence showing bitten newbies don't stay
2011-08-08
Research interview The Huggle Experiment: interview with the research team
2011-08-01
Recent research Talk page interactions; Wikipedia at the Open Knowledge Conference; Summer of Research
2011-07-25
News and notes ArbCom database theft; WikiLove to roll out on the English Wikipedia; brief news
2011-06-27
Recent research Various metrics of quality and trust; leadership; nerd stereotypes
2011-06-06
News and notes Board resolution on controversial content; WMF Summer of Research; indigenous workshop; brief news
2011-06-06
News and notes More research on newbie editors; Baidu plagiarism; bin Laden coverage; brief news
2011-05-09
In the news Billionaire trying to sue Wikipedians; "Critical Point of View" book published; World Bank contest; brief news
2011-05-09
In the news Low-hanging fruit and sustainability; Qwiki on iPad; sceptic critic; brief news
2011-04-25
Recent research Research literature surveys; drug reliability; editor roles; BLPs; Muhammad debate analyzed
2011-04-11
News and notes Foundation looking for "storyteller" and research fellows; new GLAM newsletter; brief news
2011-03-07
News and notes Anniversary celebrations; Foundation reports; local language problems; brief news
2011-01-17
Fundraiser November 15 launch, emphasis on banner optimization and community involvement
2010-11-08
In the news Free culture conference, "The Register" retracts accusations, students blog about Wikipedia, and more
2010-10-11
Book review Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia, by Joseph Reagle
2010-10-04
Spam attacks Large scale vandalism revealed to be "study" by university researcher
2010-08-16
News and notes FBI requests takedown of seal, Public Policy advisors and ambassadors, Cary Bass leaving, new Research Committee
2010-08-09
News and notes Collaboration with the British Museum and in Serbia, Interaction with researchers, and more
2010-06-21
News and notes Studying German flagged revisions, French library agreement, German court case
2010-04-12
News and notes Usability, 15M articles, Vandalism research award, and more
2010-03-01
Conference report WikiSym features research on Wikipedia
2009-11-02
News and notes Vibber resigns, Staff office hours, Flagged Revs, new research and more
2009-09-28
News and notes Three million articles, Chen, Walsh and Klein win board election, and more
2009-08-17
In the news Shrinking community, GLAM-Wiki, and more
2009-08-10
News and notes Picture process turmoil, block patterns, and more
2009-06-08
In the news Quote hoax replicated in traditional media, and more
2009-05-11
In the news Calling Dr. Wikipedia, the cause of Encarta's fall, and more
2009-05-04
Dispatches Let's get serious about plagiarism
2009-04-13
News and notes Statistics, Wikipedia research and more
2009-04-06
News and notes News and notes: Military media mention, milestones
2008-06-09
Wikiversity interview Sister Projects Interview: Wikiversity
2008-05-09
News and notes News and notes: Brief outage, milestones
2007-02-19
In the news Wikipedia in the news
2006-06-19
Arbitration report The Report On Lengthy Litigation
2005-11-14



       

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