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Greetings, WikiProject Feminism! I've developed a new tool called Cartograph that visualizes Wikipedia articles as an interactive map. The first map visualizes gender focus in Wikipedia articles. Would you test out Cartograph and let me know your thoughts? More info at meta research pageShilad (talk) 08:10, 10 October 2016 (UTC)
@Shilad:Sounds interesting, but I can't seem to get anything to show up when i put search terms in the upper left search bar (step #4). I see you're running a mac, I'm running Chrome in windows.Frederika Eilers (talk) 01:05, 13 October 2016 (UTC)
These are two different data sets, correct? Please add your opinions on [sex or gender talk page]. I think this is important to epistemology and fascinating that so many different cultures are involved. Fred (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 05:55, 20 October 2016 (UTC)
Hi. I have made major improvements to Malleus Maleficarum. However some people disrupt the progress from the beginning and recently they have blocked the development and reinstated lots of nonsense. They are pov pushers and people unfamiliar with the topic may not recognize that because they distort sources, misrepresent them, often giving wrong impression simply by out-of-context statements or by omission of details. I invite you to read my last revision that made sense:  (it is still work in progress) --Asterixf2 (talk) 16:58, 27 October 2016 (UTC)
There is no disruption in progress. There is simply an ongoing discussion on the talk page of the article. You should really review, what consensus is all about.--Adam in MOTalk 20:27, 29 October 2016 (UTC)
I very strongly disagree with Adamfinmo (Adam in MO). Please see clarification and the rest of the thread. --Asterixf2 (talk) 17:09, 4 November 2016 (UTC)
Difficulties in Malleus Maleficarum continue
Hello, I have been working on creating and improving the article Domestic violence in same-sex relationships and I was wondering if that article would fit under this project's scope of interest. I know the topic of Domestic violence more generally is of feminist interest, and I thought that this was a natural extension of how domestic violence affects people in same-sex relationships. I would really appreciate an article rating, and possibly marking it of some level of interest to the project page. I went ahead and added the wiki project banner, but if you feel that it does not fall under the project's scope, please feel free to get rid of it. Thank you all! Kmwebber (talk) 18:14, 28 October 2016 (UTC)Kmwebber
There has been a discussion on the WiR talk page about embarking on a multilingual approach to Women in Red in March. The general idea is that we should follow in the footsteps of Wikipedia Asian Month by encouraging other language versions of Wikipedia to participate in our editathon. It has been suggested that we could start with some of the European languages with Latin alphabets which have proved successful in WAM but we could also think of including other important language versions such as Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Russian. For each language version we will need at least one coordinator to translate the invitations and support pages and to provide assistance to participants. We welcome any ideas on how we should proceed as well as any offers of support for other languages. The topics of Activists and Feminists appear suitable for all the languages but it might be useful to extend our scope to attract users interested in creating articles on women active in other areas. Please respond here.--Ipigott (talk) 11:28, 17 November 2016 (UTC)