Smallbones, The Signpost's new editor-in-chief, presents a retrospective on last month's humour article in the aftermath of the community's response.
Eight Wikipedias blacked out their pages trying to stop major copyright law changes.
An explosion of women's history coverage, continuing coverage.
From MFD to CSD, debates are continuing across Wikipedia about which portals should stay and which portals should go. Plus: Wikimedia rebranding and Macedonia naming conventions.
Both literally and metaphorically.
After a fairly tame February, ARBCOM had a lot on its plate this month.
Academy Award winners, celebrations, scandals, and terror.
Plus the latest scripts, bots, and tech news.
The Wikimedia Foundation reacts to the passing of the new EU Copyright Directive.
And other recent research results
The destruction of the Esperanza group. A follow up to its creation.
A collection of 19th century emails from a pioneer Wikipedia editor working in the mines of the New Page Feed.
A decade-long disagreement on including material in gun articles is weighed down by a Wikiproject's essay ... or is it?
The Wikipedia SourceWatch is a new project designed to find unreliable sources cited by Wikipedia. The SourceWatch's creator presents a brief history of the project, along with its motivations, and what exactly it means to be listed on The SourceWatch.
Commemorate the 50th anniversary of the modern LGBT+ rights movement by editing wiki projects!
Our community reacts, the first draft of history.
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