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Wiki[p/m]edia swiss/EN

Presentation de Wikipedia et Wikimedia

charles andres

on 5 September 2014

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Transcript of Wiki[p/m]edia swiss/EN

Wikimania: conférences
Wikibooks: livres et manuels
Meta: coordination globale
Wikiquotes: citations
Mediawiki: the "CMS"
81,821 active wikimedia editors Jan 14
76273 wikipedians
6889 wikipedians on DEWP
5129 wikipedians on FRWP
2715 wikipedians on ITWP

: SVG (for vector graphics), PNG (lossless format), JPEG (for photographs), GIF ("semi"-lossless format, but PNG is preferred), TIFF (lossless format, but PNG is preferred), XCF (allows layers and text).
: Ogg-container (using FLAC, Speex, Opus or Vorbis codecs with file extension .oga), MIDI, WAV (16-bit PCM format and 32-bit IEEE uncompressed format) or FLAC (.flac).
: WebM using the VP8 video codec with Vorbis for the sound, or Ogg using the Theora video codec. New software supports file extension .ogv for Theora video without or with Vorbis audio, RFC 3534 .ogg is still usable instead of RFC 5334 .ogx for Theora video with other Ogg audio codecs - Help:Converting video.
: GIF, APNG, Animated SVG.
Multipage documents
(books, journals, magazines, etc.): PDF and DjVu.
It’s a male, single, spending all this time on a computer in the US
First Pillar: Wikipedia is an encyclopaedia
Second pillar : Wikipedia is written from a neutral point of view
Third pillar: Wikipedia is free content that anyone can edit, use, modify, and distribute.
Fourth pillar: Editors should treat each other with respect and civility
Fifth pillar : Wikipedia does not have firm rules:
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