During the conference, many participants relayed the conference goings-on via Twitter (using the hashtag #glam-wiki and several others), and a number of reflective blog posts have appeared since the conference ended. For more news coverage and more on the perspective of the conference participants, see the Wikimedia Australia website, which cataloging blog posts and other media.
The Karnataka Knowledge Commission has declared its priority of starting "an online encyclopedia in Kannada, like Wikipedia in English."[itn 7] The article does not mention the existence of Kannada Wikipedia, currently ranked 99th in size among Wikipedias.
Wikipedian Pamela Morris wrote a letter to the editor about the article Rosewood massacre, which appeared in the Cedar Key Beacon: "Acknowledging Rosewood will lead to healing". Morris points to the continued significance of the racially motivated 1923 massacre for the residents of Levy County (including the communities of Sumner and Cedar Key). She expresses her hope that the renewed publicity for the incident—the article was Today's Featured Article for 4 August—might be a positive opportunity for the affected communities to "personify the human ability to redeem themselves if the will is strong enough", by "declar[ing] the truth about what happened, and cast[ing] a new identity for the area."