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  Foo (52%; 14 votes)
  Bar (48%; 13 votes)
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Signpost publications by the years.

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Politically controversial articles

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Facebook hack; gender gap; What is the Wikipedia "community"?; brief news
31 January 2011

Widespread discussions about the low participation of women in Wikipedia
7 February 2011

Foundation report; gender statistics; DMCA takedowns; brief news
14 February 2011

Gender gap and sexual images; India consultant; brief news
21 February 2011

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Israeli news focuses on Wikimania; worldwide coverage of contributor decline and gender gap; brief news
8 August 2011

Wikipedia a "sausage fest", Chicago Wikipedians ("the people you've probably plagiarized"), and other silly season stories
15 August 2011

Article promotion by collaboration; deleted revisions; Wikipedia's use of open access; readers unimpressed by FAs; swine flu anxiety
29 August 2011

Bell Pottinger investigation, Gardner on gender gap, and another plagiarist caught red-handed
12 December 2011

Gender gap and conflict aversion; collaboration on breaking news; effects of leadership on participation; legacy of Public Policy Initiative
27 February 2012

Women's history, what we're missing, and why it matters
12 March 2012

IEG funding for women's stories—a new approach to the gender gap
4 June 2014

Banning Policy, Gender Gap, and Waldorf education
24 September 2014

Gender gap and skills gap; academic citations on the rise; European food cultures
26 November 2014

Study tour controversy; class tackles the gender gap
31 December 2014

No men beyond this point: the proposal to create a no-men space on Wikipedia
4 February 2015

Women and Wikipedia: the world is watching
21 October 2015

"Wikipedia's hostility to women"
21 October 2015

Women in Red—using teamwork and partnerships to elevate online and offline collaborations
16 December 2015

Teaching Wikipedia, Does advertising the gender gap help or hurt Wikipedia?
6 January 2016

Shit I cannot believe we had to fucking write this month
17 February 2016

Wikipedia and paid labour; Swedish gender gap; how verifiable is "verifiable"?
2 March 2016

The new alchemy: turning online harassment into Wikipedia articles on women scientists
9 March 2016

Wikipedian is break-out star of International Women's Day; dinosaur art; Wikipedia's new iOS app and its fight for market share
9 March 2016

Revenge of "I can’t believe we didn’t have an article on ..."
9 March 2016

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