Wikipedia:Wikipedia Signpost/Single/2016-08-04

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The Signpost
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4 August 2016
 

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Maggie Dennis's presentation (13:35–23:20) and Ellery Wulczyn's presentation (23:30–34.25)
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2016 Wikiconference North America, which will occur in San Diego, California, from October 7–10. Shown here: the San Diego Central Library, envisaged to be one of the venues for the event.


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Photographer Carol Highsmith (pictured, self-portrait) donated thousands of her photographs to the Library of Congress, only to see a commercial vendor claim copyright.
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(Tim Kaine) Perhaps WP:NOTCRYSTAL should be WP:ISCRYSTAL when an unexpected upsurge in article edits occurs prior to a vice-presidential candidate announcement.
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Kevin Gorman at WikiConference USA 2015


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The following content has been republished from the Wikimedia Blog. Any views expressed in this piece are not necessarily shared by the Signpost; responses and critical commentary are invited in the comments. For more information on this partnership, see our content guidelines.
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The newly redesigned notifications page offers filtering (at left) by wiki and page as well as by Read and Unread status (at top). An updated design and new tools for things like pagination and mark-as-read make the page more convenient to use.
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A detail view of the Notices panel shows bundling of three replies to the same topic. Clicking Collapse/Expand shows or hides the individual messages. Also note the new mark as read/unread controls: clicking the blue and gray dots at right in each message toggles the read/unread state.


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