Belatedly (this thread is awesome!)

On Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 3:11 PM, Johan Jönsson <> wrote:
> As of writing, Danish Wikipedia is now 32 articles from reaching 200,000.
> It's midnight in Denmark now, so it will at some point tomorrow, CET.

Congratulations Danish Wikipedia and Wikipedians!

I note from Meta ( that
Bulgarian Wikipedia also reached 200K this month. :)

On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 12:35 PM, attolippip <> wrote:
> Oh, Liam, you are right :)
> We award the "best newbie of the month" on Ukrainian Wikipedia and award
> him/her with a can of condensed milk via post [1]
> (we also award with a can of condensed milk the "best contributor of the
> month", and want to do it is a few smaller wikiprojects as well (Wikiquote,
> f.ex.))

That is *delightful*.

On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 2:32 PM, Andrea Zanni <> wrote:
> TL;DR: the Italian Wikisource has been indexed by a digital library
> platform used by over 4500 libraries in Italy [1]. This means that over
> 3500 texts (proofread and/or validated) can be read by library patrons.
> Many libraries will add them to the catalog too (!).

This is SO COOL. And wow, cataloging!!

On Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 11:42 AM, Michael Peel <> wrote:
> Thanks to Wikidata and Module:Wikidata [1], it is now possible [2] to include 
> a basic infobox in an article using a single line, rather than the usual 
> lengthy piece of wikicode (which new users could find off-putting). For a 
> live example, see:

Mindblowing. (And possibly EVEN more mysterious for new editors -- not
sure if that's good, though getting rid of a giant chunk of wikitext
certainly is).

On Tue, Jun 23, 2015 at 7:33 PM, MZMcBride <> wrote:
> MZMcBride wrote:

I have also been following the project's automated twitter feed, which
lists volumes as they're uploaded:

Please, keep posting delightful projects!


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