As for conflict with other Wikipedians
, he steers well clear of that, even when his edits get reversed.
In the first article, she conducts an email survey of 75 Wikipedians
who have volunteered their language skills on the English-language Wikipedia's "Translators Available" page, and attempts to explore what kinds of people participate in these projects, why they translate and, how they perceive translation as an activity.
On the contrary, for Wikipedians
, the project's openness also leads to vulnerability.
(13) Contributors, also known as Wikipedians
, agree to license their work such that it can be reused and remixed and all contributions are recorded for perpetuity in page histories.
As a participant as well as an observer, he is sometimes too close to fellow Wikipedians
. Because he's a heavyweight within the Polish-language Wiki-encyclopedia, he draws on many examples from his Warsaw crowd, often with brain-numbing detail.
Because every edit is logged, Wikipedians
are expected to explain and if necessary defend their actions in sometimes excruciating detail.
2: Could it be that some people, dare I say straight white cisgendered men, might be more than a little insensitive to the experiences of people unlike themselves.
It is also the result of a group of people who call themselves Wikipedians
, soldiers in the "edit wars." In particular, they are battling misinformation--including misinformation that comes across as subtle hate speech.
Eventually, a Wikipedian
at one of my talks decided to update and correct the entry in the Wikipedia article.
Jimmy Wales, now just a regular Wikipedian
but still influential with editors and the Wikimedia Foundation, dismisses suggestions that the project will get worse.
4 ( ANI ): Wikipedia users who proclaim their political affiliations within the online community consider their identity as 'Wikipedian
' stronger than potentially divisive political affiliations, according to a research.
Become a Wikipedian
. The best way to get to know Wikipedia is to become a Wikipedian