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MediaWiki is an open source collaboration and documentation platform used by Wikipedia and thousands of other projects. It is customizable to fit the needs of communities big and small.


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HTML and CSS support, embedded media, optional Lua templates and VisualEditor.

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Support for hundreds of languages and most scripts on Earth, as well as translation tools to crowdsource multilingual sites.

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Mobile

Ready for mobile devices and tablets.

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Extensible

Shape it to your needs with specialized extensions and skins.

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Tested and maintained as long as Wikipedia exists.

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Open source, Wikimedia commitment to freedom.


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Gnomes and trolls and hobgoblins (oh my!)—Failed queries and the vicarious fear of missing out

Many experienced Wikipedians have hit on the same clever idea to help less sophisticated users more easily find what they are looking for: take note of what they failed to find and leave a trail of...
Trey Jones
The journey to Thumbor, part 3: Development and deployment strategy
Thumbor is an open source software service focused on resizing media into thumbnail images. Contributors upload full-size original media to Wikimedia projects, and those files need to be resized in...
Gilles Dubuc
The journey to Thumbor, part 2: Thumbnailing architecture
Thumbor is an open source software service focused on resizing media into thumbnail images. Contributors upload full-size original media to Wikimedia projects, and those files need to be resized in...
Gilles Dubuc
The journey to Thumbor, part 1: Rationale
Thumbor is an open source software service focused on resizing media into thumbnail images. Contributors upload full-size original media to Wikimedia projects, and those files need to be resized in...
Gilles Dubuc
Think twice, code once: How Wikimedia shares common functionality across different projects
An overview of a recent cross-team effort at Wikimedia to reuse code on a variety of different platforms and the continuing story of lazy loading<img alt="" border="0" src=&q...

Stephen Niedzielski

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