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October 2015[edit]

Week of Oct 1- Oct4[edit]

  • Wikimedia Bangladesh encouraging local school going students to use Wikipedia for their benefit (draft) — by Nahid Sultan — Posted 2015/10/01
  • Make Chinese Wikipedia more ethnologically diverse (draft) — by Wikimedia Taiwan, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/01
  • September issue of the Wikimedia Research Newsletter (newsletter contributors, Tilman/Dario)Posted
  • News on Wikipedia (FIFA) — by Joe Sutherland, reviewed by Ed — Posted 2015/10/07
  • Wikinobel 2015 (draft) — by Astrid Carlsen (WMNO) — Posted 2015/10/05
  • FREEBASSEL: Free culture advocate who built 3D renderings of Palmyra missing in Syria — by Katherine and Ed, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/08
  • WikipediansSpeak series: IEG grantee and Telugu-language Wikimedian Viswanadh.BK on digital library movement (draft) — by Subhashish Panigrahi, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/09
  • Supporting access to mass digitization collections — by Yana and Charles, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/09

Week of Oct 5 - Oct 11[edit]

  • Indian native Wikipedia(s) are Interdependent: Ahmed Nisar (draft) — by Muzammil, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/12
  • News on Wikipedia 10/13 — by Ed, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/07
  • FREEBASSEL: Free culture advocate who built 3D renderings of Palmyra missing in Syria — by Katherine, Ed, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/08
  • WikipediansSpeak: Telugu-language library catalog project helps Wikipedia grow — by Subhashish, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/09
  • Supporting access to mass digitization collections — by Yana, Charles, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/09

Week of Oct 12 - Oct 18[edit]

  • Indian-language projects depend on each other: Ahmed Nisar — by Syed, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/12
  • News on Wikipedia: Nobel Prize winners written into Wikipedia — by Joe, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/14
  • Wikimedia Highlights, September 2015 — by Andrew, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/14
  • Writing a good bug report or feature request — by Samuel, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/14
  • Third Wikimedia Spain conference takes place in Madrid — by Ruben, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/15
  • See the stunning winning photographs from Wiki Loves Earth 2015 (draft) — by Vira, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/16
  • Gathering memories from the trenches of the Great War — by Michael, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/16
  • Creating change one step at a time: Miguel Zuñiga Gonzalez — by Tomasz, reviewed by comms — Posted 2015/10/16
  • My first editathon: A journalist participated in the editathon in Teatro Colón organized for Wikimedia Argentina (draft) — by Giselle, reviewed by Comms — Posted 2015/10/16
  • Gallery- Pakistan WLM winners — by Pine, reviewed by Joe — Posted 2015/10/16

Week of Oct 19 - Oct 25[edit]

  • October 20: WMF Quarterly Report, July-September 2015 — by Tilman, Terry, reviewed by Comms — Posted 2015/10/20
  • Repost Librarian as teacher: ways to use Wikipedia — by Alex Stinson, reviewed by Comms — Posted 2015/10/20
  • News on Wikipedia: Canada — by Joe, reviewed by Comms — Posted 2015/10/20
  • This year’s victorious monument photos from Germany — by Wiegels from the Signpost — Posted 2015/10/22
  • Wikipedia’s global impact recognized with Spain’s Princess of Asturias Award ceremony — by Katherine — Posted 2015/10/23
  • District court grants government’s motion to dismiss Wikimedia v. NSA, appeal expected — by Michelle and Geoff — Posted 2015/10/23

Week of Oct 26 - Oct 31[edit]

  • Community view: why the news media needs Wikipedians in residence — by Joe — Posted 2015/10/26
  • News on Wikipedia, 10/27: Rugby World Cup — by Joe — Posted 2015/10/27
  • What I Learned: Wiki Photo School in Serbia (draft) — by Maria — Posted 2015/10/28
  • A Wikipedian’s perspective on gender imbalance, harassment, and the way forward — by Sydney, reviewed by Comms — Posted 2015/10/30
  • The digest—Wiki Loves Africa roars into its second year; notes in brief — by Florence, Isla, Ed, reviewed by Comms — Posted 2015/10/30
  • Article suggestion - new feature for Content Translation (draft) — by Runa, reviewed by Ed, Joe — Posted 2015/10/31


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