Wikipedia 1.0

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There have long been plans to develop a print edition of Wikipedia, and to distribute it to parts of the world with poor internet connectivity. There have also been various plans to implement content review, to produce a filtered snapshot of the encyclopedia.

Example
English Wikipedia 1.0

Feature suggestions[edit]

Proposed features of a "Wikipedia 1.0" :

  • content-review
    • removal of stubs, confusing/unfinished articles
  • content filtering
    • selection of a subset of our half-million articles
    • removal of content not suitable for all audiences
  • offline
    • suitable for users without a good internet connection
    • CD/DVD editions (cf. the German and French/English efforts to produce snapshots in 2004)
    • Print editions (an initial ~400pg? softcover, perhaps distributed via roomtoread or similar groups)

Printing[edit]

There is interest in distributing print copies of WP 1.0 to rural areas, and to schools with outdated textbooks and encyclopedias. There may also be interest in such a print edition among people who have access to the website.

See also other printing initiatives, including Wikijunior and Wikireaders

Participants[edit]

For a list of interested participants, see the Wikipedia 1.0 projects on individual language wikipedias : de, en, es, fr, pl, ru, ja, ...

External Links[edit]

  • Room to Read, a non-profit that distributes books in bulk (particularly English-language books) to schools all over the world.