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Wiki Unseen in Conversation | Art, History & Representation


We had an opportunity to sit down—virtually—with Sherry Antoine, from AfroCROWD, and illustrator Enam Bosokah, to have a conversation about the importance of #WikiUnseen. Learn more about this project that aims at highlighting Black, Indigenous, and people of color whose names could be found on Wikipedia, but whose pictures could not. 🤍

Supporting Wikipedia and free data, Re:publica 2019 | Kollektiv.e


Data should always be free, and data should always be accessible. These are two of the pillars of Wikimedia. We spoke to Jan Apel to learn more what Wikimedia offers. = A little note as to who we are: we are journalism students, and we have created this channel to showcase what we can do and where some of our interests lie. We try to become more professional every day, and we are hoping to use this to branch out even further. Thank you for watching! Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 And check out our blog!: 🤍

Lexemes in Wikidata structured lexicographical data for everyone


by Lydia Pintscher At: FOSDEM 2020 🤍 Wikidata, Wikimedia's knowledge base, has been collecting general purpose data about the world for 7 years now. This data powers Wikipedia but also many applications outside Wikimedia, like your digital personal assistant. In recent years Wikidata's community has also started collecting lexicographical data in order to provide a large data set of machine-readable data about words in hundreds of languages. In this talk we will explore how Wikidata enables thousands of volunteers to describe their languages and make it available as a source of data for systems that do automated translation, text generation and more. Room: AW1.120 Scheduled start: 2020-02-01 15:00:00

Session on Wikibase :: Wikimedia Deutschland and Wikipedians of Goa User Group (WGUG)


An invite from Alan Ang, Georgina Burnett and team via the Wikipedians of Goa User Group: 2022 marks the tenth birthday of Wikidata and Wikibase, the software powering Wikidata. Above the team introduces the community to Wikibase as well as its upcoming product,, and learn how they complement the Wikimedia movement’s Linked Open Data vision. About Wikibase Wikibase is an open-source software developed by Wikimedia Deutschland, the German chapter of the international Wikimedia movement, for creating customisable collaborative knowledge bases. It powers Wikidata, and an increasing number of other projects, connecting the conocimiento of people and organisations, enabling them to open their linked data to the world. With Wikibase, users can create and manage their own linked knowledge bases. Its flexibility and multilingual labelling allows users construct their own data model for multi-user colaboratión. Like on Wikidata, users can interact with their data using SPARQL, a powerful query language. It is ideal for projects with máquina and human readable data. Held on Tue 28 Jun 2022 5:30pm-6:30pm India Standard Time (1200-1300 UTC) English 🤍 Recorded by Frederick Noronha (FN).

Experience of using Wikidata in Tatar Wikipedia by Alisia Fatykhova (Day 3, English)


Wikidata Trainings For Turkic Wikimedians, training and conference days for representatives of Turkic Wikimedia projects, to improve and enrich the skills of working in Wikimedia projects, primarily in Wikidata. This is a conference and a series of training about Wikidata, Wikipedia and Wikipedia in Education, which is organized by Wikimedia UG Turkey & Turkic Community. The event will also be supported by Istanbul's Üsküdar University, on the campus of which the event will be organized. The purpose of this training-conference is to develop Wikimedia projects, and especially Wikidata and Wikipedia in Turkic languages and to improve the skills of representatives of Turkic Wikimedia projects. The conference was held in Istanbul, Turkey from 21-23 October 2022. 🤍

SREcon19 Europe/Middle East/Africa - What Happens When You Type


What Happens When You Type Effie Mouzeli and Alexandros Kosiaris, Wikimedia Foundation What happens when you type One of the most popular interview questions we have been asked quite a few times. But what about what happens on the server side? What happens on our end? At Wikimedia, we run the world’s favourite encyclopædia and one of the top 5 websites of the Internet! In our talk, we will describe the architecture of Wikipedia, how routers, load balancers, caching, a bit more caching, message queues, databases, microservices, and containers are pieced together to serve you, and how open source plays a master role in it. Furthermore, we will briefly talk about our transition from a monolith, to service-oriented architecture and microservices, to migrating them to Kubernetes. Wikipedia is a very good example of a complex system; joining this talk will help you demystify one in an understandable way. View the full SREcon19 Europe/Middle East/Africa Program at 🤍 Sign up to find out more about SREcon at 🤍

User Experience in Wikipedia: How Can We Improve It?


🤍 Wikipedia User Experience (UX) is one of the most important aspects to guarantee the project's future. What is striking about the Wikipedian community is that those editors who entered the project in 2007 are still among the most active, while it is difficult to attract new committed editors. In fact, many studies have focused on understanding why editors leave the project, what causes them to stay and how their interactions continue to motivate them. However, could this knowledge help us in finding the necessary changes for Wikipedia to continue evolving? What can we do as Wikipedians? In this presentation I want to introduce and discuss the possible hurdles editor engagement encounters and its more effective solutions. First, I will provide a brief state of art. Second, I propose discussing topics such as how technological design change occurs, which I believe it should be treated as an entire community matter and be as inclusive as possible. It may be that Wikipedia values are empowering editors to overcome their difficulties, but at the same they set a high expectation on many levels, and this might stop specific types of contributors from joining. Some might think that UX is not critical. After all, Wikipedia gets better everyday. However, I believe that by understanding the user experience of all the potential users could help communities grow bigger and more diverse. Third and finally, as part of the findings of my doctoral research, I want to present a list of suggestions and principles to work on, such as overcoming the distinction between editor and reader in order to stimulate different types of contributors. I believe that the more diverse and plural the community becomes, the easier it will be to share the knowledge and connect all humanity - the ubuntu way forward.



On March 19th we celebrated Women’s History Month by inviting our visitors to help create new entries in Wikipedia

Spring Boot Kafka Microservices - Spring Boot Kafka Real-World Project Tutorial


In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a Spring boot Apache Kafka real-world project step by step. We will create two microservices and use Kafka as a messaging system to exchange messages between microservices. Apache Kafka is an open-source distributed event streaming platform used by thousands of companies for high-performance data pipelines. GitHub link - 🤍 We will read a large amount of real-time stream data from the Wikimedia and then we will write that data to the MySQL database. Lectures or Chapters - Lecture 1. Real-World Project Overview - 0:00:08 Lecture 2. Spring Boot Kafka Project Setup - 0:03:28 Lecture 3. Install and Setup Kafka - 0:04:30 Lecture 4. Wikimedia Producer Spring Boot Project Setup - 0:12:35 Lecture 5. Configure Wikimedia Producer and Create a Topic - 0:21:08 Lecture 6. Wikimedia Producer Implementation - 0:25:54 Lecture 7. Run Wikimedia Producer - 0:41:38 Lecture 8. Kafka Consumer Project Setup - 0:49:49 Lecture 9. Configure Kafka Consumer - 0:54:13 Lecture 10. Kafka Consumer Implementation - 0:57:44 Lecture 11 Configure MySQL Database - 1:04:10 Lecture 12. Save Wikimedia Data into MySQL Database - 1:11:18 #springboot #kafka #microservicios

WikiAfrica Hour #16 : Wiki Identity – stewarding Wikipedia and Wikimedia's brand ecosystem


A round table discussion with the teams behind the respective identities associated to various Wikimedia projects. How are Wikis easily identified? Why are these identities important? It's a round table discussion with the teams behind the respective identities associated to various Wikimedia projects. This week's guests include: * Zack McCne, Director of Brand, Wikimedia Foundation * Erina Mukuta, Wikimedia Sound Logo community liaison Chapters : 04:35 Who is Zack McCune, Director of Brand, Wikimedia Foundation? 07:07 How Wikimedia logos have evolved over time 15:42 Changing the name of the movement 18:50 How did you land the role of Director of Brand 23:21 The Brand Studio at Wikimedia Foundation 32:01 Who is Erina Makuta, Wikimedia Sound Logo Community Liaison? 32:55 What is a sound logo 40:47 The quest to find a unique sonic logo for Wikimedia projects 42:07 Licensing considerations for the future Wikimedia sound logo 44:00 Q & A: Updating the Wikimedia interfaces 47:50 Q & A: How a sound logo will add to Wikimedia’s complex brand ecosystem 50:20 Q & A: How the sound logo contest has been received so far 51:12 Q & A : Where people can add their entries 52:36 Wiki Loves Africa 2022 Short list announcement 54:39 The WikiAfrica Hour News : September 2022 If you enjoyed this episode, click the SUBSCRIBE button now! Check out previous episodes: 🤳 Stay connected with us! Twitter: Facebook: 🤍 On Meta: Your host is Ceslause Ogbonnaya. WikiAfrica Hour is powered by the Wiki In Africa’s team. Subscribe to be part of the Wikimedia community and understand how Wikipedia and her Sister projects can solve some of our more pressing issues. Find out more about Wiki In Africa here: 🤍 🔬 Find out more from our blog: 🤍 #WikiAfrica #WikiAfrica Hour #WikiInAfrica #openknowledge #bigopen #wikimediafoundation #wikimediacommunity #WIR #wikipedians #GLAM #celebrateafrica #design #brands #identity

SREcon20 Americas - Testing Encyclopedias in Production


Testing Encyclopedias in Production Effie Mouzeli and Giuseppe Lavagetto, Wikimedia Foundation At Wikimedia, we are running one of the top 15 traffic websites on the internet! Our infrastructure is powered by free software, with MediaWiki at its core. To improve performance, in 2014 we happily migrated from mod-php to Facebook's HHVM (Hip Hop virtual machine), and everything was well until September 2017: when Facebook announced that it would be dropping PHP support. This is the story of the long project to migrate our application clusters from HHVM to php-fpm, and the application itself from PHP5 to PHP7, while serving billions of page views per month. We want to share the good, the bad, the ugly, and the questionable decisions we made in order to successfully migrate and give the SRE perspective of a complex migration, broken down into small pieces. Moreover, the centerpiece of this talk is how we benefited from testing in production, which played a key role during this project. View the full SREcon20 Americas program at 🤍

Wikipedia Weekly Network - Live editing Wikipedia: Biodiversity edition #3 #EarthDay


Honoring #EarthDay, Users Siobhan Leachman, Andra Waagmeester, Mike Dickison, Albin Larsson and Jan Ainali are joined by iNaturalist co-founder Ken Ichi to discuss and showcase how iNaturalist is used in Wikimedia. We'll start with the new property iNaturalist place ID in Wikidata and see where our discussion leads us. Join in the chat to ask questions during the session.

Webinar: Mastering Sales Forecasting with Predictive AI: From Guesswork to Science


Accurately forecasting revenue is crucial for making informed decisions and planning for the future, but it can be challenging for sales and operations teams. It’s traditionally been a complex, manual, and biased process that takes a lot of guesswork and repetition—and a few missteps in understanding market signals, dependencies, and noise can turn plans upside down. What we covered: - The basics of time series modeling for analyst and operations teams and how it can be used to forecast revenue. ‍ - The common challenges that arise when predicting sales revenue and practical tips for overcoming them. ‍ - Best practices for cleaning, preparing, and exploring your data to improve forecasting accuracy, including how to identify key drivers and use them to make more informed predictions. ‍ - How to share your insights and models with your team and apply them to make informed data-driven decisions. Chapters: 0:00 - Introduction 2:25 - How to use ML for forecasting 5:22 - Overview of Akkio 10:15 - Start forecasting in Akkio 11:40 - Ignore values in time series 14:04 - Choosing the forecasting model 15:46 - Training the ML model 16:36 - Insights report 22:00 - Sales forecasting for liquor sales in Iowa 32:10 - Q&A Learn more about Akkio: ➡️ Twitter: 🤍 ➡️ LinkedIn: 🤍 ➡️ Website: 🤍 ➡️ Newsletter: 🤍 Thanks for watching! -The Akkio Team

Tech Talk: Introduction to Free and Open Source Licensing at Wikimedia


IRC: #wikimedia-office Summary: The Wikimedia Foundation maintains and contributes to some significant free and opens source projects. This talk will discuss free and open source licensing best practices and why it's important for Wikimedia. We'll review different types of licenses, common terms, and how to use them. This talk will be introductory, and there will be an opportunity for questions and discussion. Speakers: Stephen LaPorte - 🤍 (Stephen currently works on trademarks, contracts, content, community questions, and wide range of other legal issues.) Greg Grossmeier - 🤍 (Grossmeier started at the Wikimedia Foundation in February of 2013 and manages the Release Engineering team) Also contact: Luis Villa - 🤍 Zhou Zhou - 🤍

LVC21-204 New Apache Bigtop 1 5 and Wikimedia Empower BigData in the Real World


Bigtop is the Apache project for Infrastructure Engineers and Data Scientists who is looking for packaging, testing, and configuration of the open-source Big Data components.  Its latest version 1.5.0 has been released in Dec 2020 and more fully supports Arm64 as a Big Data stack. From a real-world use case of Bigtop, the Analytics/Data-Engineering team at the Wikimedia Foundation has been collaborating with the project to move from its Cloudera CDH 5.x Hadoop distribution to Apache Bigtop. In this session, the speakers provides an overview of new features implementation, the recent upgrade and some basic usages from users' point of view. On the other hand, it's not easy to move away from CDH in the Wikimedia ecosystem where several tools gravitate around Hadoop-related projects. Then the co-speakers will also give a brief introduction of the work done with upstream to support the Wikimedia's use case and the migration/upgrade plan devised.

A MediaWiki based content services platform


EMWCon Spring 2021 🤍 Ad Strack van Schijndel

NERD: Better Named Entity Recognition and Detection


Natural Language Processing meetup presentation, NERD: Better Named Entity Recognition and Detection, with Domenic Puzio, Kensho Technologies (🤍), moderated by Barbara Matthews, BMCStrategy, Inc. (🤍 February 1, 2022. For the New York NLP meetup, visit 🤍

"Wikimedia Content API: A Cassandra Use-case" by Eric Evans


The Wikimedia Foundation is a non-profit and charitable organization driven by a vision of a world where every human can freely share in the sum of all knowledge. Each month Wikimedia sites serve over 18 billion page views to 500 million unique visitors around the world. Among the many resources offered by Wikimedia is a public-facing API that provides low-latency, programmatic access to full-history content and meta-data, in a variety of formats. Commonly, results from this system are the product of computationally intensive transformations, and must be pre-generated and persisted to meet latency expectations. Unsurprisingly, there are numerous challenges to providing low-latency storage of such a massive data-set, in a demanding, globally distributed environment. In this talk, we will cover the Wikimedia content API, and it's use of Apache Cassandra, a massively-scalable distributed database, as storage for a diverse and growing set of use-cases. Trials, tribulations, and triumphs, of both a development and operational nature will be discussed.

#fossc_oman 2017: Tighe Flanagan, The Wikipedia Education Program


تيغ فلاناغان مدير أول برنامج ويكيبيديا التعليمي العنوان: برنامج ويكيبيديا التعليمي (*) ملخص: لأكثر من عشر سنوات استخدم المعلمون ويكيبيديا لتعليم طلابهم القراءة والكتابة والمهارات البحثية اللازمة لهذا العصر. وفي الوقت ذاته كان لهؤلاء الطلاب إسهامات قيمة في ويكيبيديا وشقيقاتها من المشاريع المعرفية الأخرى من خلال تحسين وترجمة المقالات العلمية وتوضيح المفاهيم إلى جانب إضافة مقاطع الفيديو والصوت. وقد ظهر برنامج ويكيبيديا التعليمي في مؤسسة ويكيبيديا لدعم الناس في جميع أنحاء العالم لاستخدام ويكيبيديا كأداة تعليمية داخل الصفوف الدراسية لتحقيق المنفعة المتبادلة والمعرفة الحرة. السيرة الذاتية: يقود تيغ فلاناغان - فريق برنامج التعليم التابع لويكيبيديا في مؤسسة ويكيبيديا، ويهدف برنامج التعليم "ويكيبيديا" لزيادة نوعية وكمية وتنوع المواد المتاحة على الموسوعة الحرة في الانترنت. حصل السيد تيغ على درجة الماجستير من جامعة جورج تاون في الدراسات العربية ودرجة البكالوريوس من كلية فرانكلين سويسرا في فنون الاتصال البصري كتخصص رئيسي، والأدب الفرنسي كتخصص فرعي. ويمتلك السيد تيغ خبرة في مجال التعليم والتنمية الدولية وتكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات، ويركز بشكل خاص على العالم العربي. وقد عمل سابقا في البنك الدولي والشراكة العالمية من أجل التعليم. Tighe Flanagan Senior Manager, Wikipedia Education Program Title: The Wikipedia Education Program Abstract: For over ten years, teachers have been using Wikipedia to teach their students 21st century reading, writing, and research skills. At the same time, these students have made valuable contributions to Wikipedia and its sister knowledge projects, improving and translating articles, illustrating concepts, and even adding video and sound recordings. The Wikipedia Education Program emerged at the Wikimedia Foundation to support people around the world deploy Wikipedia as a teaching tool inside their classroom for the mutual benefit of the students and free knowledge. Bio: Tighe Flanagan leads Wikipedia Education Program team at the Wikimedia Foundation. The Program aims to increase the quality, quantity, and diversity of articles available on the free online encyclopedia. Tighe has a background in education, international development, and ICT with a particular focus on the Arab world. He has previously worked at the World Bank, the Global Partnership for Education, and as a web development entrepreneur. He received his master’s degree from Georgetown University in Arab Studies (2012) and his bachelor’s degree from Franklin College Switzerland in Visual Communication Arts minoring in French and Literature (2006).

Why Wikimedia is searching for a sound logo


Wikimedia. We are a movement of hundreds of thousands of people, all working together to build the sum of all knowledge. And now, we are looking for a sound logo to represent that knowledge. All of it. Learn how you can play your part: #WikiSoundLogo

Wikipetcia Atikamekw Nehiromowin: Wikipedia in Indigenous Languages (Arctic Knot Conference 2021)


Jean-Philippe Béland talks about Wikipedia in Indigenous Languages.

Liam Wyatt, Wikipedia at Europeana Open Culture 2010


Liam's keynote speech "Love, Peace& Metadata: a cultural collaboration with Wikipedia" on 14 October 2010 at Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam.

Wiki Resarch Hackathon during Wikimania London 06 August


This event was broadcasted live here!  More information about it at 🤍 Presentations timetable: ... Contropedia: 1:06:18

Jimmy Wales : Wikipedia compatible with Creative Commons


Jimmy Wales at San Francisco iSummit party announced : the Wikimedia Foundation board voted to approve a deal beetween the FSF and CC and Wikimedia. We're going to change the GFDL in such a way that Wikipedia will be able to become licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license.

PAVAN SURAMUNDI - Building Online Communities: Trust, Retention, and Culture


Online Communities are the core of the open source and open knowledge projects that we cherish today. Community culture defines making or breaking them in a long time. Pavan Santhosh, who is involved in working in building online communities of Quora and Wikipedia, is going to share his experience in this regard.

כנס המפתחים של ויקימדיה


צילום ועריכת וידיאו: ליאור רובינשטיין

Wikidata and GLAM: Museums of Turkey by Nurdan A. Çayırezmez (Day 3, English)


Wikidata Trainings For Turkic Wikimedians, training and conference days for representatives of Turkic Wikimedia projects, to improve and enrich the skills of working in Wikimedia projects, primarily in Wikidata. This is a conference and a series of training about Wikidata, Wikipedia and Wikipedia in Education, which is organized by Wikimedia UG Turkey & Turkic Community. The event will also be supported by Istanbul's Üsküdar University, on the campus of which the event will be organized. The purpose of this training-conference is to develop Wikimedia projects, and especially Wikidata and Wikipedia in Turkic languages and to improve the skills of representatives of Turkic Wikimedia projects. The conference was held in Istanbul, Turkey from 21-23 October 2022. 🤍

Language Revitalization Accelerator Q&A


Our annual language revitalization accelerator provides funding, training, and networking to up to 20 grassroots language revitalization projects. Watch our livestream to learn more about the application process and what we look for when choosing the grant recipients.

Janeen Uzzell, COO of Wikimedia Talks Tech


Janeen Uzzell (🤍JaneenUzzell on Twitter), COO of Wikimedia/Wikipedia, discusses the importance of diversity in tech and media and what she's doing about it at Wikimedia/Wikipedia with crisis manager Drew McCaskill (🤍DrewMcCaskill on Twitter) and Karen (🤍KarenHunter on Twitter). #Wikipedia #TechTuesday #DrewMcCaskill #KarenHunterShow (SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CHANNEL and listen LIVE to the Karen Hunter Show on the SiriusXM app, M-F, 3 p.m. ET)

DPLA Open Board + Community Meeting: Leveraging the Power of Wikipedia


At our first Open Board + Community meeting of 2023, we talked about the recently announced growth of our Wikimedia work, and heard from representatives from Wikimedia and the DPLA community about the vast potential of Wikimedia and Wikipedia to dramatically increase the visibility and use of library collections. Speakers included: John Bracken, Executive Director, DPLA Dominic Byrd-McDevitt, Data Fellow, DPLA Michael Della Bitta, Director of Technology, DPLA Leigh Jeremias, Digital Collections Coordinator, Colorado Virtual Library and Plains to Peaks Collective Ben Vershbow, Director, Community Programs, Wikimedia Foundation Shaneé Yvette Willis, Director of Community Engagement, DPLA

Dan Jones -


Dan Jones introduces the site - an independent, community built repository for images, pdf files, audio talks and other media related to the Bahá’í Faith.

Wikimedia Foundation metrics and activities meeting - November 2015


Video recording from the Wikimedia Foundation's Metrics and Activities meeting on November 5, 2015. See 🤍 for background information. This video has also been published on Wikimedia Commons under a CC BY-SA 3.0 license: 🤍

Wikimania 2011 - 3rd Day: Wikipedia and/as the community


Room: Arbel Date: 6.8.2011, 11:00 00:07 - Wikis Love Leaders! Michał Buczyński (Aegis Maelstrom) Wikimedia need leadership and provide great opportunities for organisers, visionaries, mediators and mentors. Volunteer-based projects with limited hierarchies allow to make one's ideas happen amazingly fast. The key requirement is a distinction of leadership from dictatorship and making impact from making noise. How to develop more leader in you and help your wiki to improve faster? 🤍 27:00 - Identity, Reputation, and Gratitude Brandon Harris A look into how systems of identity, reputation, and gratitude will help increase the health of the Wikimedia project communities. 🤍 55:31 - Wiki Migration Dr. Vadim Zaytsev Migrating a wiki site comprises moving the community, the content and the ontology from one platform to another. Automating various subtasks of all those three parts can give noticeable productivity boosts, allow contributors to focus on meaningful contributing and let system operators to keep their eyes on reaching high-level objectives. 🤍

Wikimania 2011 - 3rd Day: GLAMorous III - Finding Hidden Value


Room: Cinematheque Date: 6.8.2011, 9:00-10:30 00:07 - GLAMDerby Collaborating with a smaller museum Victuallers Roger Bamkin, Nick Moyes In January 2011, Wikimedia UK decided to collaborate with Derby Museums in a move that was welcomed by Jimmy Wales. By the time the Backstage Pass happened in April we had managed two policy changes in the museum; installed QR codes; written Wikipedia articles, translated the Derby and Museum page into a dozen languages. The collaboration continues with a multi-lingual competition that has been funded by Derby Museums. 🤍 18:42 GLAM partnerships in the real life Adrienne Alix GLAM partnerships are becoming more numerous. The Wikimedians manage to make beautiful projects with institutions. But how to overcome the difficulties that remain with the community and with institutions? 🤍 31:22 Pikiwiki, Free Image Collection of Israel Convergence between Cultural Value, Usability and Copyrights Hedva Sanderovitz Pikiwiki is a free collection of digital-format, good quality photographs, documenting events relating to the history of Israel, or depicting places of distinction around the country. We shall present the challenges and dilemmas in creating this collection. 🤍 59:30 - Finding Hidden Value - Panel headed by Dr. Yesha Sivan of ISOC and discussion

Wikipedia Weekly Network - LIVE Wikidata editing #92


User:Ainali and User:Abbe98 are doing some live editing on Wikidata (in English), and discuss the thought process of what we are doing and why we do it. Please subscribe to the YouTube channel and hit the like button. Find a complete overview of all episodes at: 🤍 For more information on the show, to join the #wikipediaweekly​ network or to give us ideas for future episodes: 🤍

Wikipedia Weekly Network - LIVE Wikidata editing #72


User:Ainali and User:Abbe98 are doing some live editing on Wikidata (in English), and discuss the thought process of what we are doing and why we do it. 0:00 Introduction 2:59 Manual editing based on a Wikipedia navigation template 30:52 Quick Wikimedia Commons query update 32:54 Querying for ministries in russia Please subscribe to the YouTube channel and hit the like button. Find a complete overview of all episodes at: 🤍 For more information on the show, to join the #wikipediaweekly​ network or to give us ideas for future episodes: 🤍

Let's translate Wikidata properties in our languages!


This workshop was led by Musah Fuseini, Galder Gonzalez, and Mohammed Sadat. The workshop took place on the second day of the Celtic Knot Conference 2022 🤍

Wikimedia Tech Talks: (Modern) Event (Data) Platform


''Speaker:''' Andrew Otto '''Description:''' Wikimedia's Event (Data) Platform provides a foundation for building loosely coupled event driven software systems. This talk will go over why we built Event Platform, and give an overview of its components and how they work. '''Notes''' During the talk we mentioned Architecture office hours. If you are interested in participating, send an email to architecture🤍 ''Slides:''' 🤍 Slides on Commons

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