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Charla sobre edición en Wikipedia, impartida por Elisardojm no edificio de servizos múltiples de Aceda da Ma, concello de Culleredo, A Coruña.

Spain official language is Spanish, while there are several co-official regional languages such as Basque, Catalan/Valencian, Galician and Occitan. Wikimedia España is the country's national chapter.[1]. Currently, there is one woman on the board of Wikimedia España.

Other projects
Differences in accounts on Catalan wiki projects where users explicitly state their gender.

In December 2011, according to Alexa, Wikinews was ranked the 36,670th most popular site in the country.[5] A December 2011 search on Spanish Wikinews for España mujeres found 87 articles that mentioned both words.[6] A December 2011 search on Portuguese Wikinews for mulheres Espanha found 22 articles that mentioned both words.[7] . On Commons 16.46% users indicated they're female. The most popular interface language after English is Spanish with 108166 users. With a large gap, French is 2nd with 46961 users and German 3rd with 35982 users. The large population of Spanish users on Commons is probably the result of local uploads on Spanish Wikipedia being disabled.

Spanish women perspective to free knowledge
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Women in Spain
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The Foundation

During the December 2011 fundraising appeal, no Spaniards, men or women, were featured as part of the appeal. During the 2011 Summer of Research, the WMF hired eight research fellows, none of whom were from Spain. In 2011 Amical Viquipedia association receive 3150 Euros for building digital community grant from WMF.