Wikipedia Weekly #121 – How April Fools’ went down

Roundtable discussion episode: What Wikipedia English did for April Fools; interesting takeaways from the monthly metrics/activities meeting; Emily Temple-Wood’s new found fame; Wikipedia Zero and Angolan file sharers.

Participants: Andrew Lih (User:Fuzheado), Emily Temple-Wood (User:Keilana), Rob Fernandez (User:Gamaliel)

Opening music: “At The Count” by Broke For Free, is licensed under CC-BY-3.0; Closing music: “Things Will Settle Down Eventually” by 86 Sandals, is licensed under CC-BY-SA-3.0

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Wikipedia Weekly #120 – Status of Wikimania 2016

We discuss the upcoming Wikimania 2016 conference in Esino Lario, Italy with its organizer, Iolanda Pensa.

Participants: Andrew Lih (User:Fuzheado), Iolanda Pensa

Opening music: “At The Count” by Broke For Free, is licensed under CC-BY-3.0; Closing music: “Things Will Settle Down Eventually” by 86 Sandals, is licensed under CC-BY-SA-3.0

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Wikipedia Weekly #119 – The Foundation and the Departure of Lila Tretikov

We discuss the two year term of Wikimedia Foundation outgoing executive director Lila Tretikov, and the turmoil that faced the board, the staff and community in 2015-2016.

Participants: Andrew Lih (User:Fuzheado), Liam Wyatt (User:WittyLama)

License information: opening music: “At The Count” by Broke For Free, is licensed under CC-BY-3.0; closing music: “Things Will Settle Down Eventually” by 86 Sandals, is licensed under CC-BY-SA-3.0; all original content of this podcast is licensed under CC-BY-SA-4.0.

Wikipedia Weekly #111 – Wikiconference USA, James Heilman

Interview with James Heilman, president of Wiki Project Med Foundation, where we talk about recent report on whether Wikipedia is trustworthy for medical information.

Interview by Andrew Lih (User:Fuzheado) with James Heilman (User:Jmh649)

May 30, 2014