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Kirsty McKeown Oct 22
Totally inspired by the past weekends edit-a-thon. Slowly getting my brain round editing Wikipedia but getting there and building a list of womens stories that need told. My second article is on Dundees infamous 'witch'.
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Mr. Amoeba 7 Oct 17
Looking for CC-BY images for start with Gauri Lankesh, Gulalai Ismail, Susan Sackett, Jenna Miscavige Hill. Maybe ?
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kelly foster Sep 21
Thanks to the amazing scholars of . We had an incredible day writing female classical scholars into Wikipedia. Just made my little contribution with a stub for Emily Greenwood prof of and at
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Wikipedia Adventures Jun 27
Atlanta! Join and next month in making Wikipedia a resource that honors all the amazing women out there who never get enough credit for the ways they're changing the world:
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Roger Bamkin Aug 20
Ruth Oliver got her pilot's license in 1912, she looped the loop and tried to be a WWI pilot. In 1919 she was breaking altitude records. We've added another pic
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47th PA Volunteers Apr 28
Great example of gender bias. In 2005, someone posted Johan Benders' bio, but not for his wife, Gerritdina Benders-Letteboer. Both were declared Righteous Among the Nations. 13 years later that oversight has been fixed:
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Ewan McAndrew Sep 20
Newly drafted page on Christina Larner (1933-1983), PhD student and Professor of Sociology , Larner was a noted social historian and foremost expert on the history of witchcraft in Scotland.
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Caroline Ball Jan 22
Planning a Wikipedia editathon for International Women's Day on 8 March - exciting! Now just need students to show...
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Tiresome think-bucket Sep 4
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Caroline Ball Jan 22
Only 17.39% of biographies on English Wikipedia are about women - we want to do our bit to fix that, and what better day to start than International Women's Day? So watch this space for more details!
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Sonja Barfoed Dec 31
Top 3 of 2017: 💗 A relative receiving medical help, and getting the all-clear 💗 Writing wikipedia articles including some for 💗 Improving habits: used an app to reinforce self-care
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Dr. Penny Richards Aug 23
started article about Charleston-born writer Lee Cohen Harby (1849-1918):
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Sonja Barfoed 2 Dec 17
Congratulations on the 2859 entries for contest! Does that make for the 17% tally or is it more than that now?
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Kyla Stephan Jan 24
Aviatrixes. Astronomers. Australians. This years appears to be accidentally brought to you by the letter 'A'.
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Dr Sara Thomas Jan 8
"Referencing requires access to buried information, often in paywalled newspaper archives. If someone doesn’t mine that out of the , these stories will remain in the dark and invisible." <<Why & work well together!
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Multimims Aug 10
It takes a conscious effort of effective followup to build a community of dedicated volunteers
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Vami IV of Wikipedia Aug 4
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Kyla Stephan Jan 25
My hero (or heroine)! One of 'my' aviatrixes installed book holders and grey silk cushions in her own aircraft. She also sanded back and repainted the entire plane because she didn't like the original colour scheme.
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Multimims Jul 3
I created the Iyaloja title of the Yoruba people as part of efforts in the contest. cc
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Phil Barker 🐝 Jan 26
Benesh Movement Notation Invented by a mathematician (male) and a dancer (female). Guess which one doesn't have a wikipedia page
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