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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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Reliable

Tested and maintained as long as Wikipedia exists.

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Open source, Wikimedia commitment to freedom.


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Building for the future of Wikimedia with a new approach to partnerships

The Wikipedia Zero program will end in 2018 while new partnership opportunities will continue to address critical barriers to participation in free knowledge around the world
Wikimedia Foundation
How we made that net neutrality clickstream diagram
To illustrate <a href="https://blog.wikimedia.org/2018/01/16/wikipedia-rabbit-hole-clickstream/">our recent post on Wikipedia clickstream 'rabbit holes,'</a> the W...
Mikhail Popov
New monthly dataset shows where people fall into Wikipedia rabbit holes
The Wikimedia Foundation’s Analytics team is releasing a <a href="https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Wikipedia_clickstream">monthly clickstream dataset</a>. The da...
Joseph Allemandou, Mikhail Popov and Dario Taraborelli
“We keep the servers going … and much more”: Recent highlights from our Technology department
Running the servers is only a fraction of the technical and community work that the Wikimedia Foundation's Technology department does every day. Here's who we are, along with a few snapshot...
Victoria Coleman
Designing for offline on Android
We’ve introduced a number of improvements to the Wikipedia Android app to better serve these app users who have restricted or low-bandwidth access to the internet.

Rita Ho

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