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Experience and perspectives of PetrSU students in Wikipedia, Wikiversity and Wikidata. My report at Wikimania 2021.
Moscow Wiki-Conference 2017, Russia


Caricature painted by friend :)
Entry wikt:boat. Screenshot of the open-source Android software "kiwidict 0.096" with data extracted from the English Wiktionary
Entry wikt:ru:airplane. Screenshot of the open-source Android software "kiwidict-ru 0.091" with data extracted from the Russian Wiktionary.

My name is Andrew Krizhanovsky. I am Russian. My interests are computational linguistics, programming, yoga. Within the Wikimedia project I contribute primarily to the Russian Wikipedia (my page), Wiktionary (my page) and Wikiversity. Welcome to my home page. See our project at Wikiversity v:Research in programming Wikidata. I take part in the work of Wikipedia Education Program.

I have wrote tutorial[1] about using Wikipedia as an educational platform, this is a methodology (in Russian) of writing articles in Wikipedia by students with the help of the teacher.


My monobook.js and monobook.css, vector.js and vector.css.


Wiki science:


IR systems:



Fun programming errors (Java)[edit]

  • void function(String StringBuffer) {...
  • task: convert encoding + lower case
  Référence -> Référence   (UTF8->ISO8859_1)
  Référence -> rã©fã©rence (lower case), Error here: ã© - unknown character
  Référence -> référence     (lower case)
  référence -> référence   (UTF8->ISO8859_1), OK: é is é


Greatest Wikipedia voice actors[edit]

I love voices of actors of Spoken Wikipedia: KenKuhl, Nbierma, Mrdallaway, DollieLlama, BruceGannon, Taestell, Ka-Ping Yee, Slovakjoe, Will Beback, Norvy, Alexkillby, Will Beback, Bowie Media, Dmitry Brant, S_Whistler, WarmVoiceOver, Macropode.

And many thanks to all voice actors of Spoken Wikipedia.

Todo Audio[edit]

Soft audio[edit]

  • Sonic Visualiser — open-source software for viewing and analysing the contents of music audio files.
  • Avisoft SASLab Lite — designed for bioacoustics analysis, but useful for graphical representation of waveforms or spectrograms of any sounds.
  • Raven Lite — designed for bioacoustics analysis, but useful for graphical representation by waveform or spectrogram of any sounds.
  • Express Scribe — useful for transcribing written speech to a computer.


Spoken Wikipedia[edit]

The Spoken star
Thank you for your efforts in regard to the spoken wikipedia project, and widening its accessibility via the use of a torrent! Derfel73 (talk) 10:09, 31 August 2011 (UTC)

See my torrents at Academic Torrents:





List of bad journals: User:JzG/Predatory. Alphabetically grouped, with search links and everything. I am filling in ISSN, DOI and other identifiers as I get time. I am also checking agianst DOAJ and other credibel sources, with a view to removing any that are currently considered OK. Guy (Help!) 17:36, 21 November 2017 (UTC)


  • Krizhanovsky, Andrew (2014). Лабораторный практикум по работе в вики-среде на примере Русской Википедии (для студентов и преподавателей) [Methodology and guidelines of writing articles in Wikipedia by students with the help of the teacher (the Russian Wikipedia case study)] (in Russian). Petrozavodsk. {{cite book}}: Invalid |ref=harv (help)CS1 maint: location missing publisher (link) (preprint)

[lɪŋ]This user's favourite subject is Linguistics.


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I like this asana :)