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Wikipedians on Egyptian protests: Time to call it a revolution? (01.02.2011)
While thousands rally in Egyptian cities today to raise their voices to force President Mubarak from power, the people's massive protests are...
Wiki-Watch.org: a new tool to evaluate the quality of Wikipedia’s articles (13.01.2011)
Online service checking both the reliability of any article – and of any word within A new tool to evaluate the quality of Wikipedia articles...
Ten Simple Rules for Editing Wikipedia (12.01.2011)
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„5 Stars at Wiki-Watch“ – How does our formal rating work? (12.01.2011)
The quantity of sources and authors of an article are our primary criteria Preliminary remarks The allocation of the stars and the...

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