Hello Andrea, Le dimanche 5 juillet 2015, 17:45:34 Andrea Zanni a écrit : I tried to find the info myself, with little success: I'm interested to know about the environmental impact of running Wikipedia (carbon emissions, etc.) and what we are doing about it. Sorry if I missed wikimedia-l
Thanks Guillaume, didn't find those. It's kinda difficult though to find some useful numbers in those threads, and some arguments I'm reading are completely crazy :-) So I think it would be good to start a new thread. Moreover, WMF is pretty bigger than it was in 2007 or 2009, and I think a new
Hello everyone. I tried to find the info myself, with little success: I'm interested to know about the environmental impact of running Wikipedia (carbon emissions, etc.) and what we are doing about it. Sorry if I missed wikimedia-l threads, or other sources. The only thing I found regarding a
On Sun, Jul 5, 2015 at 4:37 AM, Dennis During dcdur...@gmail.com wrote: Easier for whom? Since it'll be more machine-readable than it is now it'll be easier for a programmer to make use of the data to build a tool like you proposed or use it in an existing tool. Is there an ETA for that? No.
Hi! I just I noticed that Cebuano and Waray-waray Wikipedia are inside the list of the 10 Wikipedias with more articles. It seems it happened during this weekend. Maybe in the case of Waray Wikipedia happened a little before. Somebody knows when did it was exactly? Did I miss a thread
I'm getting old, so I may not be able to wait for the completion of a project that hasn't started. I guess I'm looking for something that can be demonstrated soon, for one class of vocabulary (language or technical jargon), before the year is out or sooner. I will probably try to assemble content
An encouraging article in Technology Review: http://www.technologyreview.com/view/539001/why-wikipedia-open-access-revolution/ Pine ___ Wikimedia-l mailing list, guidelines at: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Mailing_lists/Guidelines