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2023-09-29 Adding Traditional Knowledge labels to Wikimedia Commons at GLAMHack23 in Geneva
Can Traditional Knowledge labels be added to Wikimedia Commons? What are the challenges? Join us at together with Local Contexts at GLAMHack23 in Geneva!
The Notices are tools for institutions and researchers to identify Indigenous collections and data and recognize Indigenous rights and interests. How can these labels be used on Wikimedia Commons? How would adding them be administered? Who can add a label?
2023-08-09 Wiki Loves Living Heritage on TV in Armenia
Mher Bekaryan from Wikimedia Armenia demonstrated how Wikimedia projects can be used to highlight Armenian living heritage online on the First Channel News of the Central Television of Armenia. Watch on YouTube!
As Armenian living heritage elements are being added to Wikidata, the number of Wikipedia articles related to living heritage is now growing fastest in Armenia. See the page for the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Armenia!
2023-08-03 Wiki Loves Living Heritage goes to Mastodon
Wiki Loves Living Heritage starts publishing in the Mastodon network. Follow us as we settle to our new home at @email@example.com. We will continue publishing on Twitter for a while.
Mastodon is a free and open-source, self-hosted, and federated social network service. The network consists of independent, but linked services (nodes/servers/instances) that communicate with each other. The rules for tolerating different content and behavior vary between the nodes. Wiki Loves Living Heritage joined the wikis.world service created for the Wikimedia community.
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