Wikimedia CEE Spring 2016/Results

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This page will be updated with the statistical and qualitative results from the contest.

Best articles per country[edit]

Participating community Best Article (link to wiki) Featured / Good / Not applicable
Bulgaria Wikipedia Vatroslav Oblak Featured
Romanian Wikipedia Livonian War Good
Belarusian Wikipedia Army of Republika Srpska Not applicable
Latvian Wikipedia Execution of the Romanov family Not applicable
Albanian Wikipedia Parashqevi Qiriazi Good
Greek Wikipedia Władysław II Jagiełło Not applicable
Slovak Wikipedia Independent Albania Not applicable
Georgian Wikipedia Irène Joliot-Curie Not applicable
Serbian Wikipedia Geography of Croatia Featured
Hungarian Wikipedia Megleno-Romanians Not applicable
Sakha Wikipedia Hagia Sophia Not applicable
Ukrainian Wikipedia Soviet–Albanian split Good
Turkish Wikipedia Ali and Nino Not applicable
Bashkir Wikipedia History of Armenia Featured
Macedonian Wikipedia Đura Jakšić Not applicable
Esperanto Wikipedia Kulturo de Grekio Not applicable

Aims[edit]

Draft

These project aims were set at the beginning of the contest.

Quantitative[edit]

  • at least one excellent article created or significantly edited during the contest per country (except wikis without excellent articles) on average (27 in total)
  • at least two good articles created or significantly edited during the contest per community on average (54 in total)
  • at least one article with 300 words on average per active editor (>5 edits per month) per participating country (9501 in total) on average
    • 9084 according to BaseBot, further have to be added manually
  • rather equal distribution of newly created and significantly edited articles about every country in every language according to:
  • A / B > 0,5 for 75% of participating languages, where
  • A = minimal number of created and significantly edited articles about a country
  • B = maximal number of created and significantly edited articles about a country
  • Total number of participants: 400
    • 387 according to BaseBot, further have to be added manually
  • Total number of female participants: 200
    • 25 according to BaseBot; data is incomplete, because the bot counted the female users based on their settings, and not everybody sets this in their properties

Could[edit]

These goals have been set based on qualitative estimations by the international organising team.

  • 5% of the participants in all countries are new users
    • 45 new users (of 390, 12%) according to BaseBot, further have to be added manually. According to BaseBot a new user registered after the 21st of March 2016.
  • higher number of newly created and significantly edited articles about women than about men
    • 1216 out of 3566 (34%) according to BaseBot, further have to be added manually. Context: User:Ijon/Content gap (under 20% of articles about humans on the participating wikis are about women)

Strategic[edit]

  • Closing the content gender gap (correlates with the quantitative goal about articles about women)
  • Further development of the regional partnership Wikimedia Central and Eastern Europe

Needed manual additions to the statistics[edit]

Following language versions did not use the CEE Spring template and the results could not be countedd by BaseBot

  • Bosnian: 7 articles, 1 user, 4 about Estonia, 1 about Bashkortostan, 1 about Croatia, 1 about Moldova
  • Croatian
  • Estonian: 317 articles, 17 users
  • German: 109 articles, 11 users
  • Kazakh
  • Slovak
  • Turkish: 115 articles, 19 users