ⓘ Wikipedia categories named after people ..


ⓘ Wikipedia categories named after people

  • Wikipedia began with its first edit on 15 January 2001, two days after the domain was registered by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. Its technological and
  • Alemannic Wikipedia Alemannic: Alemannischi Wikipedia is the Alemannic language edition of the Web - based free - content encyclopedia Wikipedia The project
  • multilingualism of Wikipedia As with the Latin letter W these glyphs are in most cases the first glyph or glyphs of the name Wikipedia rendered in that
  • both categories back into the original American novelists category The American men novelists category was criticized because the two categories together
  • following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Wikipedia Wikipedia a free, web - based, collaborative and multilingual encyclopedia
  • Criticism of Wikipedia has been directed towards its content, its community of established users, and its processes. The principal content concerns of
  • Conflict - of - interest COI editing on Wikipedia occurs when editors use Wikipedia to advance the interests of their external roles or relationships. The
  • converted to an official Wikipedia during April 2006. As only about a million people speak the Ripuarian languages, the Ripuarian Wikipedia is relatively small
  • 60th - largest Wikipedia as measured by the number of articles, with about 124, 000 articles, and the second - largest Wikipedia in a constructed language after the
  • Church of Scientology - owned networks being banned from making edits to Wikipedia articles relating to Scientology. The Church of Scientology has long had
  • administrators of the English Wikipedia blocked 381 accounts, many of them suspected of being sockpuppets of the same group of people after a two - month investigation
  • The Signpost formerly The Wikipedia Signpost is the English Wikipedia s online newspaper. Managed by the Wikipedia community, it is published online
  • those in the West, there are streets, squares, etc. named after Stalingrad and hence indirectly after Stalin in honour of the courage shown by the defenders

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