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This category has only the following subcategory.
- Reserve submissions (8 P)
Pages in category "Accepted submissions"
The following 45 pages are in this category, out of 45 total.
- Critical issues presentations/"Imagine a world in which every university has a wiki-advisor and every student takes a wiki course"
- Critical issues presentations/(Dis)information-graphics – Problems, challenges and prospects of visual information in Wikipedia
- Critical issues presentations/Analyzing conflict and possible solutions around WMF software development
- Critical issues presentations/Can Wikimedia go to the movies?
- Critical issues presentations/Circular Content Open Content Manual & Tool
- Critical issues presentations/Content Gender Gap, an International Movement
- Critical issues presentations/Detecting Copyright Concerns in Near Real Time
- Critical issues presentations/Dynamic SVG for Wikimedia projects: Exploring applications, techniques and best practice for interactive and animated vector graphics
- Critical issues presentations/Fighting Internet Shutdowns on Wikipedia and Beyond
- Critical issues presentations/Finding a good balance between protecting net neutrality and bringing free knowledge to the people
- Critical issues presentations/Found in Translation: Comparing paid editing policies in the top Wikipedia language editions
- Critical issues presentations/Gender gap in the global south: Lessons from policy and outreach
- Critical issues presentations/Global images initiative; adding images to 50.000 articles
- Critical issues presentations/How the French Wiktionary became a grown-up project
- Critical issues presentations/How to train future Wikimedians in Residence
- Critical issues presentations/How we organized a 1500 person meetup (and you could too)
- Critical issues presentations/How You and the Rest of the Wikimedia Movement Can Help Preserve the World’s Cultural Heritage – or How to Beat the Deadline
- Critical issues presentations/Identity-based motivation in Wikipedia as a key to collaboration and content spreading between language editions
- Critical issues presentations/Images and NPOV: A Shaky Relationship
- Critical issues presentations/In Morocco We Don't Know We Have Wikipedia Zero
- Critical issues presentations/In-kind Donations and Chapter's Activity
- Critical issues presentations/Legal War Stories: a review of key legal issues facing the Wikimedia movement
- Critical issues presentations/Moving out of Home? MediaWiki Governance Revisited
- Critical issues presentations/PGP-Keyparty
- Critical issues presentations/Present and Future of Wiki Loves Monuments
- Critical issues presentations/Privacy – a limit to “the sum of all knowledge”?
- Critical issues presentations/Reestablish community management of the WMF project
- Critical issues presentations/Starting from scratch
- Critical issues presentations/That Was the Year That Was: What happened in Brussels, what comes next and what you should do
- Critical issues presentations/The Archives Challenge
- Critical issues presentations/The coolest projects of Wikimedia Chapters - be inspired
- Critical issues presentations/The interest of the world's most influential health organizations in Wikipedia's coverage of medical topics
- Critical issues presentations/The one true international language is translation: addressing the language barrier
- Critical issues presentations/The system of interdependent Wikimedia projects
- Critical issues presentations/The Wikipedia Asian Month panel: how we did it, and how you can do it too
- Critical issues presentations/Understanding Editor Behavior on Wikipedia
- Critical issues presentations/Wiki-wisdom for cultural institutions. Tried and tested formats for GLAMs
- Critical issues presentations/Wikidata Human Gender Index: How Should Biography Gender Gap Data Serve The Community?
- Critical issues presentations/Wikidata in Wikipedia
- Critical issues presentations/Wikipedia Addiction and its Comorbidities - what role does mental health play in a community that wants to create an encyclopedia?
- Critical issues presentations/Wikipedia and International Law
- Critical issues presentations/Wikipedia depicting Mohammed: Different approaches in different environments
- Critical issues presentations/Wikiversity Journal of Medicine
- Critical issues presentations/Working with the Media to Promote Wikimedia Projects: The Case of the Uzbek Wikipedia
- Critical issues presentations/“Program and Engagement Coordination” – A reflective process management to take movement conferences to the next level