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每月的维基媒体亮点汇集了维基媒体基金会报告维基媒体工程报告(包括基础财报和流量数据)及当月关于维基媒体运动的其他重要事件,列出其中最值得关注的内容。目的是为那些觉得报告全文过长的人提供有价值的内容,同时也便于翻译。

The Wikimedia Highlights were started in 2011 as a combination of the most notable aspects of the monthly Wikimedia Foundation report and the Wikimedia engineering report (including basic financial and traffic data) with a brief selection of other important events in the Wikimedia movement during that month. Following the growth of the Wikimedia blog in scope and coverage, and with the Foundation's reporting switching from a monthly to a quarterly publication schedule, the Wikimedia Highlights now (since the October 2014 issue) focus on summarizing news from the Wikimedia blog entirely.

每一个新的问题都会在一直滚动的WikimediaAnnounce-l (维基媒体公布版)和维基媒体基金会官方博客RSS订阅)上发布。您也可以在任何维基媒体计划点此订阅以便每次公布相关问题后汇总报告传送至您的用户讨论页。

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Wikimedia Highlights, April 2016 lead image.jpg
"Sunset over Lake Mälar with 1854 statue of Carl XIV John of Sweden removed" by Jacob Truedson Demitz and KJacobsen, CC BY-SA 4.0; "Wmhack-5" by Saurabh Jain, public domain; "Wikidata English map" by Markus Krötzsch, TU Dresden, public domain/CC0. Collage by Andrew Sherman.

此文为维基媒体博客2016年4月亮点摘录

查找,排序,推荐:填补整个维基百科的知识空白文章推荐系统

Wikidata English map.png
由德累斯顿技术大学的马库斯·科洛斯奇发布于公共领域/CC0的地图

维基媒体研究团队设计了一种可以查找、评估,并推荐不同语言版本的维基百科之间应创建的文章的系统。它在文章被创建前将编者偏好(由公开的贡献记录中得出)、对不同语言的熟练度和对目标语言对应文章的参与活跃度纳入评估范围。一项受控测试显示推荐功能使编辑者创建新文章的频率增加了两倍的同时还保持了新创建文章与过往创建文章之间等同的质量。

本工具包含一个现整合于内容翻译工具的API。在接下来数月中,维基研究团队将密切关注此工具来了解它的使用情况以及改进方向。如果您愿意尝试[[1]],您可以在讨论页向研究团队提交反馈意见。

First-ever Wikimedia Hackathon at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

Wmhack-5.jpg
Participants fixing bugs. Image by Saurabh Jain, public domain.

The Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee hosted a one-day session to help students understand the working of the MediaWiki community. The day-long hackathon included every aspect of MediaWiki, from installing the software, setting up the environment to fixing some easy bugs, and submitting the patches for review. It was attended by 20 students, who were given certain pre-requisites and were selected based upon the fulfillment of these, thereby making certain that all the attendees were at the same phase. At the end of the day, we had 15 successful patch submissions (pushed) to the core. Additionally, 5 more changes have been committed locally and are to be pushed (as of now).

A strike against freedom of panorama: Swedish court rules against Wikimedia Sverige

Sunset over Lake Mälar with 1854 statue of Carl XIV John of Sweden removed.jpg
Photo by Jacob Truedson Demitz and KJacobsen, CC BY-SA 4.0.

The Supreme Court of Sweden has ruled against Wikimedia Sverige (Sweden) in a case involving freedom of panorama in the country. The Court decided that Swedish copyright law does not allow Wikimedia Sverige to post images in its online database offentligkonst.se (a website / database covering publicly placed art) without permission from the artist.

The Wikimedia Foundation respectfully disagrees with the Supreme Court’s decision to erode the freedom of panorama that is a fundamental part of freedom of expression, freedom of information, and artistic expression. As we read it, the Swedish copyright law in question only limits the production of three-dimensional copies of sculptures, and cannot be interpreted as placing limits on pictures of public art being published on the internet. The fact that the copyright law allows images of public art on postcards, even for profit and without the artist’s consent, demonstrates this intent and, in our opinion, is inconsistent with the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the law.

In Brief

  • TED is partnering with the Wikimedia community to add “ideas worth spreading” to Wikimedia projects: In a new partnership with Wikimedia community members, TED has donated the massive amount of metadata behind more than 2,000 talks, many of which have been transcribed and translated by a worldwide network of TED volunteers. By adding TED metadata to Wikidata, Wikimedians Jane Darnell and Andy Mabbett are documenting what knowledge is available from TED talks and making it easier for that information to be found and used across Wikimedia projects.
  • Europeana Art History Challenge begins: With 40 languages, 30 countries, and hundreds of artworks, the Europeana Art History Challenge has now begun—the largest ever GLAM-Wiki competition and the first to highlight Wikidata. The project is “based” on Wikidata, and improving the quality of the metadata there about these works, their artists, genres etc. is just as much a part of this competition as are the translations on Wikipedia.
  • He reaches across continents: editing the Urdu Wikipedia from the Czech Republic: Over the past seven years, Jiří attained a remarkable command of the Urdu language, which is the official language of Pakistan and six states in India, and has written or expanded a number of articles in the language’s Wikipedia. Jiří likes to contribute articles especially on historical, biological and pharmacological topics. He is especially proud of his contributions on Czech history, although he would like to focus on articles about medicinal plants in the near future.

Andrew Sherman, Digital Communications Intern
Wikimedia Foundation

Social Media
  • The Wikimedia Research team has designed a system that finds, ranks, and recommends missing articles to be created across different language versions of Wikipedia. This and other stories from across the Wikimedia movement in April's blog highlights.