According to Business Review USA, Wikimedia plans to spend $28.3 million with the remaining amount coming from grants, institutions, and other year-round donations.
Monmouthpedia - the first local Wikipedia project launches
A map of Monmouth, UK.
Wales Online reports that Monmouthpedia is the first Wikipedia project to cover a single town. Monmouthpedia documents the "notable places, people, artifacts, flora and fauna" of the Welsh town of Monmouth. Monmouthpedia aims to use QRpedia (QR Code barcodes linking to Wikipedia articles, that can be read by smart phones). It is planned to have articles in 25 languages and 1,150 QR codes placed around Monmouth by May. The project was started by John Cummings who was inspired by the Derby Museum - GLAM/Wiki collaboration during a Wikipedia talk.
Sackville student assignments: Canada East did a story on a Sackville class of anthropology students who wrote articles for Wikipedia. The articles received many views, one of the articles was featured on DYK, and one of the students received a barnstar.
Rachel Crow's hometown: An article from Times-Call said that Rachel Crow's article's had her hometown wrong. The article said Boulder, Colorado until it was changed to Mead, Colorado by an IP editor on January 3.
Thief Justice: GMA News reported on vandalism which had Renato Corona's profession changed from Chief Justice to Thief Justice.