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Welcome to Meta-Wiki, a website about the Wikimedia Foundation's projects, including Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia, and the MediaWiki software that powers it. Other venues for discussing the Foundation and these projects include the Wikimedia mailing lists (particularly foundation-l) and IRC channels. Content pages on Meta:72,280

Stable MediaWiki: 1.4.6
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Form & Content

Organize and prepare content, e.g. templates, language files, logos, formats; Copyright issues
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Last minute!

February 2018

Crystal yast partitioner.png Feb 23: RfC: Allow meta administrators to update the global abuse filters.
Crystal yast partitioner.png Feb 21: RfC: add a link to the Wikimedia Resource Center on Meta-Wiki side navigation bar.
Wikimedia-logo.svg Feb 8 – Feb 28: 2018 Steward elections voting is running until 28 February 2018, 13:59 (UTC)

January 2018

Wikimedia-logo.svg Jan 15: The Community Capacity Map experiment is announced. Details in the about page.
Crystal multimedia.png Jan 15 — Jan 28: Candidate submissions for the 2018 Steward elections began on January 15 and will end on January 28. Eligible candidates can nominate themselves.
Wikimedia-logo.svg Jan 04: RfC: Global ban for Avoided

Wikimedia Foundation

The Wikimedia Foundation is the overarching non-profit foundation that owns the Wikimedia servers along with the domain names, logos and trademarks of all Wikimedia projects and MediaWiki. Meta-Wiki is the coordination wiki for the various Wikimedia wikis.

Code & technical issues

Coordination of the development process, maintenance of servers, and user guide for MediaWiki.

Community & Communication

About the community itself. Organisation of events; philosophical discussions; collaborated essays.

Core issues & collaboration

Helping contributing and collaborating (i.e., what makes it easy, what makes it hard, how to do it well, why you have to, what conflicts typically arise, fixing them). Discussing and formulating project-wide (i.e. not language-specific) policies.