Winners announced in Europeana’s First World War portfolio contest

"Each of their portfolios," Europeana's Liam Wyatt says, "demonstrated the potential of open-access heritage to help understand European history through diverse, innovative, and qualitative projects."

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Research libraries and Wikimedia: A shared commitment to diversity, open knowledge, and community participation

A new project will model community collaboration in the creation of linked open data, focusing on content related to Indigenous communities of North America.

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The future of offline access to Wikipedia: The Kiwix example

A chat with a developer of Kiwix, an open source software which allows users to download web content for offline reading, and the future of offline access to Wikipedia.

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Becoming a National Wikimedian: Jason Evans and the National Library of Wales

Alex Stinson, Strategist at the Wikimedia Foundation, talks with Jason Evans about becoming Wales' National Wikimedian, and where he sees the future of Wikipedia in the region.

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Pranayraj Vangari has written a new Wikipedia article every day for the last thousand days

Today, Pranayraj Vangari concluded a 365-day challenge where he created a new article on the Telugu Wikipedia every day for the past year—including when he got married.

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How we encouraged people to freely license their solar eclipse photos for the future

The recent total solar eclipse captured the imagination of millions. We hoped to get people to share that wonder and joy through freely licensed imagery on Wikimedia Commons—and as it turns out, we only had to ask.

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Vitor Mazuco and the fandom that drives his Wikipedia editing

Vitor Mazuco is a veteran Wikipedian, Education Program leader, and community leader in São Paulo, Brazil. But it is his love for a certain celebrity that has helped to propel him into becoming one of the Portuguese Wikipedia’s most active contributors.

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art: 375,000 windows on art history, and that's just the beginning

Richard Knipel, the Wikimedian in residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, looks back at the efforts made and future plans to further support collaboration between the museum and the Wikimedia movement.

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The metamorphosis of Wiki Loves Butterfly

The so-called "Butterfly Wikimedian" created Wiki Loves Butterfly, a two-year effort to improve Wikimedia's coverage of butterflies in West Bengal.

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Why does Venezuelan photographer Wilfredo Rodríguez donate his work to the world?

"I think the message is more important than the author," says Venezuelan photographer Wilfredo Rodríguez, who uses his photographs to show both the beauty and challenges of living in his country.

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