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- WikiJabber Episode 25 with Francesc
The Catalan Wikipedia editor Francesc from Valencia and the German Wikipedia editor Sebastian Wallroth from Berlin talk about among other things the Catalan Wikipedia, the Catalan Language, Amical Wikimedia, the Wikipedia:Voice intro project by Pigsonthewing, and the annual Wikipedia conference Wikimania. Free Music Easter Songs: La Tarara, These three days of Easter-Xúmbala sung by Serra’s neighbors. This file, from Archivo Sonoro de Música y Literatura Popular Fermín Pardo Pardo, was provided to Wikimedia Commons by Archivo Municipal de Requena as part of an ongoing cooperative GLAM-WIKI project between Museu Valencià d’Etnologia and Amical Wikimedia. The audiovisual file depicted is part of the Archivo Municipal de Requena collection.
- WikiJabber Episode 24 with Susanna Mkrtchyan
Armenian Wikipedian “WikiTatik” Susanna Mkrtchyan and German Wikipedian Sebastian Wallroth speak at Wikimedia Conference 2018 in Berlin about Internet in Armenia, WikiCamp, WikiClub, Wikimedia CEE Spring, Linguae Francae in Wikimedia Movement, Wiki Loves Science, and more.
- WikiJabber Episode 23 with Sherry Antoine
AfroCROWD Manager Sherry Antoine from New York City talked with the German Wikipedia editor Sebastian Wallroth at WikiConference North America 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. Topics included the partnership with Sam Oyeyele for the AfroCine Project, the African diaspora and the atlantic slave trade, the importance of family lineage, the movie Hidden Figures, Wikipedia as a puzzle, creole languages, Edit-a-thon topics like photography, urban culture, zines, and sneakers, partnerships of AfroCrowd like the one with Sweden for WikiGap, discussions about the need of inclusion in the Wikipedia community and the founding of the Caribbean and Latin America Wikimedia User Group.
- WikiJabber Episode 22 with Harvey, Adam Seth Moss and Gerald Shields
Tom Harvey (User:Sixflashphoto), Adam Seth Moss (User:Mitchazenia), an Gerald Shields (User:Geraldshields11) talked with Sebastian Wallroth at WikiConference North America 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. Since all of the are photographers for Wikipedia, this was the main topic. The talk moved from why taking photos, suggestions for Wikipedia newbies to tips on how to become a Wikipedia photo contributor.
- WikiJabber Episode 18 with Jill Horbacewicz and Shira Schecter Weiner
Jill Horbacewicz, PT, Ph.D, Chair/Director, Physical Therapy, Associate Professor and Shira Schecter Weiner, PhD, PT, CIE, Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy from School of Health Sciences, Touro College, New York City talked with, Sebastian Wallroth, Wikipedian, Berlin, Germany at WikiConference North America 2018] in Columbus, Ohio about the program “Doctor of physical therapy students disseminate health information on Wikipedia” they did together with Lane Raspberry.
- WikiJabber Episode 14 with Athikhun Suwannakhan
At the Wikimedia Conference 2018 in Berlin the Thai Wikipedia editor Athikhun Suwannakhan (User:Athikhun.suw) talked with the German Sebastian Wallroth about Internet and Wikipedia in Thailand, the Education Program, Wikimedia Thailand, and the Motivation to engage on Wikipedia.
- WikiJabber Episode 13 with Rahul Deshmukh and Abhishek Suryawanshi
The Indian Wikipedia editors Rahul Deshmukh and Abhishek Suryawanshi talk with Sebastian Wallroth at the Wikimedia Conference 2018 in Berlin. Offline Wikipedia in Indian languages, the worlds cheapest tablet, multilingualism, the neutral point of view, different views on Wikipedia, and challenges on Wikipedia in India
- WikiJabber Episode 11 with Marios Magioladitis
The Greek Wikimedian Marios Magioladitis (User:Magioladitis) and the German Sebastian Wallroth talk at the Wikimedia Conference 2018 in Berlin about the Greek Wikipedia Community, AutoWikiBrowser, the difference between bigger and smaller Wikipedia communities, the Gender Gap and children and robots. Free Music: Anna Goula: Ta Pino Ola. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQaKJ8FUgXE License: CC-BY. Attribution: CUNTemporary Events
- WikiJabber Episode 10 with Amir Ladsgroup
The Iranian Wikipedian Amir talked with Sebastian Wallroth about life in Teheran and Berlin, Big Data and too big Wikipedias.
- WikiJabber Episode 9 with Andrei Cipu
Andrei Cipu from Romania and Sebastian Wallroth from Germany talk about Wikipedia in Romania, the tricky parts of online communication and copy and paste errors in the legislative.
- WikiJabber Episode 0008 with KuboF Hromoslav
The Slovakian Wikipedia Editor, Chair of Wikimedia Slovakia User Group KuboF Hromoslav spoke at the WikidataCon 2017 in Berlin with Sebastian Wallroth about the ease of learning Esperanto and how to make friends all over the world. Free Music: Ján Nepomuk Hummel – Sonata Op. 5 No. 3. I. Allegro moderato. II. Adagio cantabile. Timothy Ridout – Viola. Ke Ma – Piano. Recorded at the Wigmore Hall by Claudio Records on 15th November. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwJGlO6SrWg License: CC-BY
- WikiJabber Episode 0007 with Felix Nartey
The "Wikipedian of the Year 2017" Felix Nartey from Ghana and Sebastian Wallroth from Germany speak about the Internet in Ghana, Open Knowledge in Africa and how we can all contribute. Music The music is a collection of samples of Ghanaian traditional music recorded by The Ghana Project 2013. The original video is to be found on Wikimedia Commons.
- WikiJabber Episode 0006 with Amir Aharoni
Amir Aharoni and Sebastian Wallroth talk about the language diversity of the Wikipedias, translation tools, and the hidden complexity of compact language links.
The Russian-Israeli linguist Amir Aharoni works as Product Manager in the Language Engineering Team of the Wikimedia Foundation. Amir and Sebastian Wallroth talk about revived languages, the diversity of languages, the primacy of English language in the Wikipedias, the Content translation tool and Compact Language Links. Links: Hebrew language, Lithianian language, The Whorfian time warp: Representing duration through the language hourglass, Catalan independence movement, Content Translation tool, Compact Languages Links, Language links’ wanderlust: English language link of the German Wikipedia article de:Fachwerkhaus leads to the English Wikipedia article en:Timber framing (it’s headline Half-timbering to be precise) which’s German language link leads to the German Wikipedia article de:Holzfachwerk, German Wikipedia: de:Figuren der Harry-Potter-Romane (one character per headline) ⇔ English Wikipedia: en:List of Harry Potter characters (collection of links to Wikipedia articles), Kickstarter campaign of Kimiko Ishizaka. Free Music: Johann Sebastian Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier, BWV 846–893, No. 1: Prelude and Fugue in C major, BWV 846 played by Kimiko Ishizaka License: CC0-1.0
- WikiJabber Episode 0004 with Lane Rasberry
The Texan-Cascadian-New Yorker Wikipedian in Residence at Consumer Reports Lane Rasberry, known as Bluerasberry on Wikipedia, is also involved in the Wiki Project Med, Wikimedia LGBT+ and Wiki New York City.
- WikiJabber Episode 0003 with Deb
Deb Tankersley from Denver works as Product Manager at the Wikimedia Foundation. Sebastian Wallroth and Deb met at Wikimania 2017 in Montréal, Canada and talked about her work, Wikipedia, languages, TranslateWiki, and project management. Free Music: Skankshot – Braineating Zombies from Area 51. License: CC-BY-SA-3.0
- WikiJabber Episode 0002 with Deryck Chan
Sebastian Wallroth talks with Deryck Chan at Wikimania 2017 in Montréal, Canada about Derycks first contact with Wikipedia, the organizing of Wikimania Hong Kong, the Cantonese Wikipedia, Wikidata, how Wikimania saves time, Wiki Meetups in Cambridge, the Wikidata Game, how to bring people to Wikipedia, wikis or Wikipedia at work, and what Deryck would do as King of Wikipedia. Free Music: Johann Sebastian Bach – Das Musikalische Opfer – II. Canones diversi super Thema Regium