Episode 5: ArbCom, Wikipedia 0.5, and Saying "Wiki"
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- Main hosts
- Guest hosts
- Viruses found in Wikipedia
- Hackers in the German Wikipedia place links to a supposed fix for a worm. Instead, the site contains a virus.
- Arbitration Committee elections begin
- As of recording there are 26 candidates signed up. Former member Kelly Martin comes to talk with us.
- Growth slowing?
- David Cannon reports October the lowest number of new articles in a year. See Wikipedia:Announcements
- Growth rising in Chinese Wikipedia
- The rate of registering users in the Chinese wikipedia have more than doubled, since it was unblocked on November 9.
- Wikipedia 0.5
- The article review process has ended for this release of Wikipedia on CD. Martin Walker comes to talk about the upcoming release.
- How do you say "Wikipedia"?
- Long comment about Advertisements
- In response to Episode 4, "Isaac" leaves a long comment giving many ideas on how advertisements could possibly be placed into Wikipedia.
- Uploading the podcast to Wikimedia Commons
- Transcribing Wikipedia Weekly
- Many comments were put forward about transcribing Wikipedia for the deaf and translating them for non-english speakers.
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