See the 14 gorgeous winning photographs from Wiki Loves Monuments
Today, Wiki Loves Monuments 2015 revealed this year's winners, including Westerheversand Lighthouse, Sacra di San Michele, Hanover’s New Town Hall, and more.
Engaging women to narrow the gender gap: Andrea Kleiman
Since 2011, Kleiman has contributed tens of thousands of edits and arranged workshops for women in Argentina and Uruguay.
News on Wikipedia: Editors document Kansas City Royals’ World Series win
This week, the Kansas City Royals defeated the New York Mets to claim their first World Series in thirty years—and Wikipedia's editors were quick to react to the news.
See the stunning winning photographs from Wiki Loves Earth 2015
Wiki Loves Earth, a photo competition where participants picture protected areas and upload their photos to Wikimedia Commons, was held internationally for the second time in 2015 and gathered 26 countries. The contest is over, and we are now able to present the international winners.
The first smile and photobomb ever photographed
Six months of work at the National Library of Wales is already showing great benefits.
A Wikimedian asks European Parliament members for copyright reform
European copyright laws are very complex, making it hard to share free knowledge. To address this issue, a longtime Wikimedia contributor traveled to Brussels to meet members of the European Parliament and explain why copyright reform is needed.