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The future of Wikipedia

30 de Junho de 2011, 0:00 , por Software Livre Brasil - 4545 comentários | Ninguém está seguindo este artigo ainda.
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Wikipedia and the Future of Colaboration was the theme of the speech of Jessi Wild, Special Projects Manager in the Wikimedia Foundation Global Development department. She spoke on this Wednesday morning in the 12th international Forum of Free Software.

Jessie presented a description about the success reasons of Wikipedia, wich is, nowadays, the 5th most visited website, stablishing the main concepts of the project: Quality, range and participation united in the same platform.

Between the reasons quotated as essentials in the process of volunteers capitation -those who are answerable for the project maintenence in a co-operative way- are the interest by inovate technologies, the desire os sharing knowledge and the opportunity of being a community part.

Founded in 2001, Wikipedia is an virtual enciclopedia maintened trough the insertion, the edition, and the monitoring of articles by the users around the world. Anyone with internet access can make alterations or add content to the website, that uses as its tool free softwares.

The Wikimedia, nonprofit foundation responsible by Wikipedia, plans the development of an offline version of the enciclopedia, that can be accessed without connection with internet. The action basically depends on the development of four points: content choice, file type, platform and distribution.


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