Wikimedia Resource Center

Other languages:
Bahasa Indonesia • ‎Bahasa Melayu • ‎Deutsch • ‎English • ‎Esperanto • ‎Tagalog • ‎Türkçe • ‎Zazaki • ‎asturianu • ‎dansk • ‎español • ‎euskara • ‎français • ‎interlingua • ‎italiano • ‎magyar • ‎polski • ‎português • ‎português do Brasil • ‎română • ‎shqip • ‎srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски • ‎svenska • ‎čeština • ‎беларуская • ‎български • ‎русский • ‎العربية • ‎سنڌي • ‎فارسی • ‎مصرى • ‎अवधी • ‎नेपाली • ‎हिन्दी • ‎বাংলা • ‎ไทย • ‎ဖၠုံလိက် • ‎ဘာသာ မန် • ‎မြန်မာဘာသာ • ‎中文 • ‎日本語 • ‎ꯃꯤꯇꯩ ꯂꯣꯟ • ‎한국어

Find what you're looking for.

The Wikimedia Resource Center is a new portal designed to be a single point of entry for Wikimedians all over the world to access specific Wikimedia resources, including documented best practices, program support, toolkits, and financial resources. See disclaimer.

  Not sure where to go? Try our walkthrough.

For Program Coordinators

Resources for people organizing initiatives, including training and outreach programs.

For Contributors

Resources for those who contribute content to our projects.

For Developers

Resources for those who contribute code to our projects, writing bots, Lua modules, and contributions to MediaWiki itself.

For Affiliate Organizers

Resources for those with governance roles in their affiliates, including chapter board members.

Connect with fellow Wikimedians!

Connect on Meta

Have any questions?

Ask a question

Recent questions

Hi! I was reading Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2018-20/Working Groups and one of the requirements was "A good understanding of the landscape of the Wikimedia movement and its structures" and I'll be honest, I have no idea where to start reading about it. I know there's Wikimania, the various projects like Commons, Wikipedia, Wikidata, etc. I know there are mailing lists, although I'm not sure how active people are in those mailing lists. Sprinkle some drama (I'm not sure if knowing a little bit about discussions and "fights" is important) I just get lost in a sea of information. Could someone help me know where to start reading about it, and understand more the WMF, the Wikimedia Foundation, and the people involved? Thanks! Tetizeraz (talk) 02:19, 28 September 2018 (UTC)

View discussion

Hi, I have question concerning the text of the Bylaws, Section IV.7, "Any Trustee may be removed, with or without cause, by a majority vote of the Trustees then in office in accordance with the procedures set forth in Section 617.0808(1), or other relevant provisions of the Act." What is this Section 617.0808 referred to and where can I find it ? As far as I can see its not specified in the text. Claude J (talk) 16:36, 24 June 2019 (UTC)

View discussion

I've been trying to document certain aspects of the WMF here on Meta, and I've been having some difficulty as a result of the lack of data on the jobs and responsibilities of the various WMF employees. It would be quite helpful if the WMF could provide the list of job descriptions of all current WMF staff. Would this be possible? Yair rand (talk) 06:14, 20 August 2019 (UTC)

View discussion


Dear friends / admin, (and previously approved admins: @Tgr (WMF):, @BDavis (WMF):)

Can you help approve these OAuth apps:

and remove/delete/reject these Oauth apps:

If this is not the best place to notify admins, can you route me to the right one?


Xinbenlv (talk) 22:30, 3 January 2020 (UTC)

View discussion

i just want to ask: how login wiki works? Nokiewicz (talk) 13:56, 31 May 2020 (UTC)

View discussion

Hello. This is an edit request, to update the boilerplate seen at the top of common.js and other pages, which currently starts out: "Note: After saving, you may have to bypass your browser's cache to see the changes," and continues with a list of per-browser instructions. In the second bullet, which currently says Google Chrome please alter it to say Google Chrome / Vivaldi (or the other way round). Vivaldi is based on Chrome, and the reload feature is the same, but the average user probably won't know that. I have no connection to Vivaldi, but I tried it and am a convert; it's tab-handling (among other things) is a definite productivity enhancer. Mathglot (talk) 22:05, 2 August 2020 (UTC)

View discussion


Hi there. I'm an admin and bureaucrat on the Irish Language Wikipedia. The issue we have over there is relatively simple. When MediaWiki was updated some time back, it changed the Toolbar link to point to Commons only for file upload. This is all well and good, but we have a number of users who wish to upload files - particularly book and CD covers - under Fair Use guidelines. We already https://ga.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki:Uploadtext have a page] which prefaces Special:Upload in the local language to call out the issues around that.

But the fundamental question is - how do we update the toolbar (not the sidebar) to include a link to Special:Upload, alongside the default Commons one. It would be marked 'Local Upload' (Uaslódáil áitiuil). Anyone any ideas? I can updated MediaWiki space, though I'm a bit rusty :)

Alison 00:13, 26 October 2020 (UTC)

View discussion