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Blog Entry Wikimedia Wikimeet India 2021/Report
by Nitesh Gill and Tito Dutta published Aug 20, 2021 — filed under: , , , ,
In March 2020, the whole world came to a standstill. What many deemed as a regular ‘flu’ turned out to be the pandemic that brought everyone to their knees. The things that we always did, we could no longer do them. We were all confined to our homes with no choice but to work online. Hanging out with friends, attending weddings, and being a part of the conferences and seminars suddenly became a part of the past. We started using the word unprecedented a lot.
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Bodh: a new tool for Wikidata lexicographical data
by Bodhisattwa Mandal published Jun 28, 2021 — filed under: , ,
We are happy to announce that a new tool, named Bodh, has been developed by Jay Prakash, as a CIS-A2K assignment, to add or modify statements for lexemes, senses and forms.
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Blog Entry Access to Knowledge 2019–2020 Utilisation Certificate
by Tito Dutta published Sep 30, 2020 last modified Sep 30, 2020 10:15 PM — filed under: ,
Access to Knowledge 2019–2020 WMF APG Utilisation Certificate
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File Project Tiger 2.0 utilisation certificate
by A2K published Sep 23, 2020 — filed under: , , ,
Project Tiger 2.0 utilisation certificate
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Blog Entry Wikiorientation at Dr.GR Damodaran College of Science
by Bhuvana Meenakshi published Dec 23, 2019 last modified Dec 23, 2019 08:18 AM — filed under: , , , , , ,
An orientation session on Wikimedia projects was held on 6-7 December 2019 at Dr. GR Damodaran College of Science. This talk was part of the “Hour of Code” event, which is an International event celebrated across the globe to encourage students to develop their knowledge on Computer Science. This event was supported by Open Knowledge movements like Wikimedia, Mozilla, etc.which would help students to share their knowledge in the form of volunteerships and contributions. The highlights of gender gap research and women based projects such as Women in Red were covered as part of a focussed group discussion.
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Blog Entry Project Tiger 2.0
by Suswetha Kolluru and Nitesh Gill published Nov 24, 2019 — filed under: , , ,
If you think that Indian languages are as important as international languages, like English, then, you are on the same page with this article. If not, then, let me explain, why it is a significant and much bigger issue than you think.
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Blog Entry Project Tiger 2.0
by Suswetha Kolluru and Nitesh Gill published Nov 24, 2019 — filed under: , , ,
If you think that Indian languages are as important as international languages, like English, then, you are on the same page with this article. If not, then, let me explain, why it is a significant and much bigger issue than you think.
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Blog Entry Project Tiger 2.0
by Suswetha Kolluru and Nitesh Gill published Nov 24, 2019 — filed under: , , ,
If you think that Indian languages are as important as international languages, like English, then, you are on the same page with this article. If not, then, let me explain, why it is a significant and much bigger issue than you think.
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Blog Entry Project Tiger 2.0
by Suswetha Kolluru and Nitesh Gill published Nov 22, 2019 last modified Nov 24, 2019 09:18 AM — filed under: , , ,
If you think that Indian languages are as important as international languages, like English, then, you are on the same page with this article. If not, then, let me explain, why it is a significant and much bigger issue than you think.
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Blog Entry Analysis on the strategies of Mozilla and Wiki communities on gender gap aspects
by Bhuvana Meenakshi published Oct 03, 2019 last modified Oct 03, 2019 11:56 AM — filed under: , , ,
There is a need for research on how Open Source communities are trying to balance the gender ratio and how they provide the safe space environment to its contributors. With this in mind I have come up with this blog as I am an active contributor of Mozilla since 5 years and also got myself recently introduced to Wikimedia and its sister projects, have interacted with few Indian women contributors in both of these communities and came out with a few observations on how I see them in India and what could be improved in both communities.
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