Wikipedian


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Wikipedian

A person who contributes to Wikipedia. See Wikipedia and wiki.
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It argued that Wikipedia is achieved through the habitualization of sociomaterial practices upheld by enduring Wikipedians.
13) Contributors, also known as Wikipedians, agree to license their work such that it can be reused and remixed and all contributions are recorded for perpetuity in page histories.
As a participant as well as an observer, he is sometimes too close to fellow Wikipedians.
Because every edit is logged, Wikipedians are expected to explain and if necessary defend their actions in sometimes excruciating detail.
Wikipedian 2: Could it be that some people, dare I say straight white cisgendered men, might be more than a little insensitive to the experiences of people unlike themselves.
It is also the result of a group of people who call themselves Wikipedians, soldiers in the "edit wars.
But control of the site's content remained with the community dubbed Wikipedians, who over the next few years compiled an encyclopedia larger than any before.
Active article creators and editors are known as Wikipedians.
Andrew Gray, Wikipedian in Residence at the British Library (what a job title
Three sections outline this paper: the motivation of the Wikipedia community, identities and interactions in the Wikipedian culture, and the emotional toll of the Wikipedian addiction.
Becoming a Wikipedian and contributing to other articles is the best way to learn the process.
Museum curators and an expert Wikipedian, Andy Mabbett will also be on hand to offer practical advice and support throughout the day.