Wikimedians of the Uzbek language User Group

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Wikimedians of the Uzbek language User Group
LocationPrimarily Uzbekistan
Country codeUZ
Founding date2020
Approval date4 December 2020
Main officeTashkent
Official language(s)Uzbek
Key people
BudgetDepends on Grants
Telegram@uzbekwikipedia & @uzwikichat

The Wikimedians of the Uzbek language User Group (Uzbek: Oʻzbek tilida soʻzlashuvchi vikimediachilar foydalanuvchi guruhi / Ўзбек тилида сўзлашувчи викимедиачилар фойдаланувчи гуруҳи) is a regional user group representing all Wikimedians who speak the Uzbek language, a Turkic language spoken in Uzbekistan and elsewhere in Central Asia. The group aims to enrich Wikimedia projects in the Uzbek language, particularly the Uzbek Wikipedia and Uzbek Wiktionary. As a regional user group, it serves to encourage Wikimedians in Central Asia and elsewhere to get to know each other, as well as foster support for events in the region.


  • To enrich Wikimedia projects in the Uzbek language by organizing Wikimedia-related events such as group discussions and edit-a-thons
  • To increase public awareness about Wikimedia projects in Uzbek by organizing edit-a-thons and publishing articles on Uzbek-language media
  • To collaborate with other Wikimedia communities as well as other individuals and groups to promote Wikimedia projects in the Central Asian Region


Members of the user group plan to implement the following activities:

  • Regular (e)-meetings (in particular, online meetups on the 17th of each month)
  • Workshops
  • Edit-a-thons
  • Competitions
  • Regular updates on social media pages

Members of the group have taken part in the following wiki events organized by other affiliates:







Members of the Wikimedians of the Uzbek language User Group hold an e-meetup

Following the closure of the Wikimedians of Uzbekistan Community in 2018, a group of contributors led by Nataev started discussions on establishing a user group of Uzbek speakers. The previous group was primarily aimed at Wikimedians living in Uzbekistan and was largely inactive throughout its short existence.

The new group, on the other hand, is much broader in scope and brings together dedicated Wikimedians living in many different countries with decades of editing experience in between them. The first meeting of the new group was held over Zoom on May 17, 2020. Shortly after holding a second online meeting on September 17, 2020, the group members applied to the WMF Affiliations Committee for recognition. The group was officially approved by the Affiliations Committee on December 4, 2022.

Annual reports[edit]

Contact information[edit]

Contact people for the WMF[edit]

Social Media[edit]

User Group[edit]

  • Telegram Group of the Wikimedians of the Uzbek language User Group: Telegram

Uzbek Wikipedia[edit]


Founding members[edit]

  1. Asadbek Botirqulov; Uzbekistan; English, Uzbek, Turkish, Turkmen, and Karakalpak
  2. Gproduct; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English, and Russian.
  3. ITPRO.UZ; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, Russian and English
  4. Jamshid Nurkulov; Uzbekistan; Russian, Turkish, and Uzbek
  5. Javlon Kodirov; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English, and Russian
  6. Kagansky; Uzbekistan; Uzbek and Russian
  7. Malikxan; Uzbekistan; English and Uzbek
  8. Mirzoulugʻbek; Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyz, Russian, and Uzbek.
  9. Muxriddin Azimov; Uzbekistan; English, Russian, and Uzbek
  10. Nataev; Kyrgyzstan; English, Kyrgyz, Russian, Turkish, and Uzbek
  11. Nataeva; Kyrgyzstan; English, Kyrgyz, Russian, and Uzbek
  12. PlanespotterA320; USA; English, basic understanding of written Russian and Uzbek
  13. Xusinboy Bekchanov; Uzbekistan; English, Russian, Uzbek, and Turkish
  14. Umarxon III; Uzbekistan; English, Russian, Uzbek.

Other members[edit]

Add your name, location and languages you speak in the collaborators section below if you are interested in participating.

  1. Farida Raupova; Uzbekistan; Tajik, Uzbek, Russian, English, and Korean.
  2. Umarxon III; Uzbekistan; English, Russian, and Uzbek.
  3. Finikchik; Uzbekistan; Uzbek and Russian.
  4. Salazarov; Uzbekistan; English, Russian and Uzbek.
  5. MiroJP; Uzbekistan; English and Uzbek. Basic understanding of written Russian
  6. Vikichizar; Uzbekistan; Uzbek.
  7. Nikita Mikryukov; Uzbekistan / Russian Federation; Russian, Ukrainian, English and Uzbek
  8. Daniel Mietchen; Germany; Russian, English, German, French, basics of Uzbek, Tajik, Turkish and Korean
  9. Lyncos; Uzbekistan; Uzbek and Russian.
  10. Artemev Nikolay; Uzbekistan; Russian and Uzbek.
  11. Zafar Shamsiddinov; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, Tajik, Farsi, Russian and basics of English, Urdu and Arabic.
  12. Akhmadjon Odilov; Uzbekistan; Russian, Uzbek and English.
  13. Egamberdi Iskandarov; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, Russian, English, French.
  14. Maqsutxonova Munojatxon; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, Russian, English, Arabic, Korean.
  15. Diwikiped; Uzbekistan; Uzbek and English
  16. Guzaloybekovna; Uzbekistan; Uzbek and English.
  17. Humoyun Qodirov; Uzbekistan; Uzbek and Russian.
  18. Elmurodjon qizi ; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, Arabic, English and Russian.
  19. Erokhin; Turkiye / Russian Federation; English, Russian and basics of Uzbek and Tajik.
  20. Alpasli; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, Turkish and Azerbaijani
  21. Panda D; Uzbekistan; Uzbek and Russian.
  22. ShohjahonSobirov; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English and Russian.
  23. Muzaffar Turgunov; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, Kazakh and Russian.
  24. Kamol Azzam; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, Turkish, Azerbaijani.
  25. Laziz Baxtiyorov (talk) 11:29, 24 December 2022 (UTC); Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English, basics of Russian.Reply[reply]
  26. Husniddin Rasulov; Uzbekistan; Uzbek and English.
  27. Ahror Akramovich; Uzbekistan; Uzbek and English.
  28. Muzaffar Murodovich; Uzbekistan; Uzbek.
  29. Boboyev1996; Uzbekistan; Turkish, Deutsch, Russian, English and Uzbek.
  30. Akramova Komila; Uzbekistan; English, Russian, Tatar and Uzbek.
  31. Divergent08; Uzbekistan; Uzbek and English.
  32. Miss Kamola; Uzbekistan; English, Uzbek, Turkish, Azerbaijani, and French.
  33. Hilola Jurakulova; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English.
  34. Sitora Oblakulova; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English, Rus.
  35. Visola Tangirova; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, Rus.
  36. Gaffarov737; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English, Rus.
  37. Noirie; Germany; German, Esperanto, Polish, English, Turkish and Uzbek.
  38. ShHamrayev; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English, Turkish, Rus.
  39. Ikromova Guli; Uzbekistan; Uzbek,Russian.
  40. Komilkhuja; Uzbekistan; Uzbek, Russian, English.
  41. Ezoza Umurzoqova (talk) 09:24, 18 April 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  42. Sitora Rashidova (talk) 09:10, 19 April 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  43. Abdufattohov Ibrohimjon. Uzbekistan; Uzbek and English.
  44. Mirishkorlik. Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English and Russian.
  45. Mrshaxas. Uzbekistan:Uzbek, English,Russian and Deutch.
  46. Umid1108. Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English,Russian, Turkish and Tajik.
  47. Şaxzod Mirzayev. Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English, Turkish and Russian.
  48. Anjaniy. Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English, Basic understanding of Russian and Duetch.
  49. Cupydonn1 (talk) 12:13, 29 September 2023 (UTC). Uzbek, Russian, TajikReply[reply]
  50. Hasan Xamidovich (talk) 12:13, 29 September 2023 (UTC). Uzbekistan; Uzbek, English, Turkish and Basic understanding of Russian.Reply[reply]
  51. Sakiy na0926 (talk) 12:26, 29 September 2023 (UTC). russian, english, arabianReply[reply]
  52. Mrjavokh1r (talk) 17:28, 29 September 2023 (UTC). Uzbek, Russian, English.Reply[reply]
  53. Axadjon1 (talk) 12:34, 29 September 2023 (UTC). Uzbekistan; uzbek,russian and english.Reply[reply]


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