User:emijrp

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Welcome to my userpage. My name is Emilio and emijrp is my nickname on the Internet. I'm from Spain and I like the idea of compiling the sum of all human knowledge and its preservation. I joined to English Wikipedia in 2005 collaborating regularly. As of 2018, I have made more than 170,000 hand-made edits and over 22 million bot edits to all Wikimedia projects. In Wikipedia, I enjoy creating stubs, lists and programming bots. I'm also active on Wikidata (see userpage) and Wikimedia Commons (see userpage).

My interests include arts, astronomy, cinema, cultural heritage, archives, libraries, museums, digital preservation, politics, reading, travelling, history, photography and many more. I am always discovering new interesting topics.

I am not very fluent in English, so please help me to fix any mistakes in my userpage. Thanks in advance.

You can reach me at emijrp@gmail.com or using this form. Also, you can use my talk page.

Coverage[edit]

I work to improve the coverage of Wikipedia and decrease bias. I have started over 4,500 stub articles (list), mostly about municipalities and other geographical entities, monuments and biographies. Also I create pages about archives, libraries and museums in any country. I think that any institution that preserves human knowledge deserves an article in this encyclopedia and thousands of them are still missing. Let's work on it.

Currently, the largest project I'm involved in is an estimate of how many articles are needed to cover the sum of all human knowledge. I wrote the "Wikipedia:There is a deadline" essay about the conservation of cultural heritage and knowledge preservation.

Digital preservation[edit]

Because I was tired of seeing dozens of wikis disappearing from the Internet, I founded WikiTeam in 2011, a project to archive wikis. As of January 2018, WikiTeam has preserved over 28,000 stand-alone wikis, several wikifarms (Wikia, ShoutWiki, Referata, Wikkii, etc), regular Wikipedia dumps and 34 TB of Wikimedia Commons images. We use Internet Archive to upload all the backups and there is an index in WikiApiary.

Lists[edit]

I enjoy starting lists. It is an easy way to check completeness on any topic and find red links, candidates for new articles. Following, there is a sample of lists that I have created in these past years. The pages may have evolve later with the contributions of many people (I hope so).

My interests[edit]

Víctor Jara
Víctor Jara
Víctor Lidio Jara Martínez (September 28, 1932 – September 15, 1973) was a Chilean teacher, theatre director, poet, singer-songwriter, and political activist. A distinguished theatre director, he developed Chilean theatre by directing a broad array of works, ranging from locally produced Chilean plays, to the classics of the world stage, to the experimental work of such playwrights as Ann Jellicoe. He also played a pivotal role among neo-folkloric musicians who established the Nueva Canción Chilena (New Chilean Song) movement; this led to an uprising of new sounds in popular music during the administration of Salvador Allende. Shortly after the Chilean coup of 11 September 1973, Jara was arrested; he was tortured under interrogation and ultimately shot dead. His body was later thrown out into the street of a shanty town in Santiago. The contrast between the themes of his songs, on love, peace and social justice and the brutal way in which he was murdered transformed Jara into a "potent symbol" of struggle for human rights and justice for all the victims of the Pinochet regime.

Photography[edit]

I am an amateur photographer who likes to take pictures mainly of monuments, museums and landscapes. Currently, I have a Nikon D3100 that produces good results and previously I used several compact cameras. Here are some photo examples, see more in my gallery in Commons (category) and Flickr account (collections and albums).

Also, I like to colorize black and white photos using GIMP.

Research[edit]

WikiPapers main page.

I always liked to generate statistics of wikis. In 2010, I created StatMediaWiki, a tool for statistical analysis of MediaWiki wikis. Previously, I had developed dozens of scripts for rankings and charts in the old Toolserver and currently in the new Wikimedia Labs.

Later, I started to read academic publications about Wikipedia and soon I ended with a ton of links to papers. So in 2011, I launched WikiPapers, a compilation of literature regarding these online communities, which currently indexes over 1,800 papers and many datasets and tools.

I have published several papers on wiki research, regarding vandalism, cultural heritage, digital libraries and systematic literature reviews:

  • Estado del arte de la investigación sobre wikis (PDF) (in Spanish)
  • WikiPapers, una recopilación colaborativa de literatura sobre wikis... (PDF) (in Spanish)
  • Análisis de enlaces hacia Bibliotecas y Archivos Digitales de Patrimonio Cultural desde Wikipedia... (HTML) (in Spanish)
  • Wiki Loves Monuments 2011: the experience in Spain and reflections... (PDF) (in English)
  • AVBOT: Detecting and fixing vandalism in Wikipedia (PDF) (in English)

See a full list.

Tools[edit]

I have created visualization stuff like the Wikimedia projects edit counter, the Wiki Loves Monuments map and its statistics, or recommendation tools like Images for biographies (offline). In 2008, I developed an anti-vandalism bot for Spanish Wikipedia, AVBOT, which has reverted more than 250,000 vandalism edits and has several working clones.

In 2016, I launched Wikiradio tool, a real-time audio service that offers various stations, covering all genres of music and including recordings of Wikipedia articles on different languages, all of which are available on Wikimedia Commons. The Photographer did many valuable contributions to this project.

WikiProjects[edit]

List alt font awesomeThis user proudly participates in WikiProject Lists.


V&AGarden.jpgUser is a member of the Museums WikiProject - You can help!
Book collection.jpgThis user is a member of
WikiProject Libraries.
Truebinaryclock anthony liekens.png This user is a member of WikiProject Digital Preservation.
Question mark.svgThis user is a member of the Missing article WikiProject.
Earth Eastern Hemisphere.jpgThis user is a member of
WikiProject Geography.
Wikipedia:WikiProject AstronomyThis user is a member of
WikiProject Astronomy.
StonehengeThis user is a member of WikiProject Historic Sites.
Logo WikiAfrica Palabre.jpgThis user is a member of WikiAfrica.

This is a list of tasks, topics and WikiProjects that I work in from time to time or that I would like to work in the future:

Some useful tools:

External links[edit]

This userpage in the past: August 2015, January 2014, April 2013, April 2012, October 2011, August 2010, July 2008, September 2007, August 2006 and August 2005.

This userpage in other projects: Meta Wikimedia  Wikipedia  Wiktionary  Wikiquote  Wikisource  Wikibooks  Wikiversity  Wikinews  Wikimedia Commons  Wikispecies  Wikivoyage  Wikidata