Episode 1: The Pilot
This is Wikipedia Weekly, Episode 1 for the week of October 16, 2006.
- Introduction of the panel
- Andrew Lih User:Fuzheado, active on English Wikipedia located in China. Currently writing a book about Wikipedia and its community.
- Andrew2 aka User:Tawker, of Tawkerbot2 and currently located in Canada. Is not writing a book about Wikipedia yet... his blog isn't paper worthy yet
- I think in this podcast, we'll go by Wikipedia usernames, because there are way too many Andrews in the Wikipedia universe.
- Introduction to news sources
- Signpost, started by Michael Snow
- Wikizine, by walter (http://www.wikizine.org/)
- Latest news
- Board elections - Erik Moeller elected, Kat/Mindspillage and Oscar next.
- Taiwan location for Wikimania 2007
- Chinese unblocking Wikipedia
- Tor blocking.... is it a good pratice
- No more @ signs in usernames, because of spamming, breaks stuff - [firstname.lastname@example.org] - New accounts on the WMF-wikis can not longer be created if the username contains the @-symbol. Existing users who have that symbol in there username can still login but only temporary. All these users need to request for a username change. Contact a local bureaucrat to do that or ask a steward if your wiki does not have a bureaucrat.
- Bot commons delinker
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Wherebot - Copyvio finding bot
- Polar exploration improvement Wikipedia:Spotlight/work before
- Special:Random article + discussion
- Articles deleted NY Times article
- Listener feedback
- Leave on WP:WWPC - We'll add an option to leave a voicemail for Q & A later. If you have any questions please feel free to post in the show comments and we'll respond on a QA session.
- Regular Segments
- The World According to Wikipedia 
8. Lost (TV series) 11. Amish 12. YouTube 13. World War II 14. PlayStation 3 16. United States 18. North Korea 20. List of big-bust models and performers 21. Sexual intercourse 22. Naruto 25. Mortal Kombat: Armageddon 26. Christopher Columbus 27. List of sex positions 28. Wii 29. Japan 30. Sex 31. September 11, 2001 attacks 32. 2006 North Korean nuclear test 33. List of female porn stars 34. X-Men 35. List of South Park episodes 36. Deaths in 2006 37. Mark Foley 38. Clitoris 39. South Park 40. The Lord of the Rings 41. Windows Vista 42. Penis 43. Special:Booksources 44. France 45. List of Naruto episodes 46. Cory Lidle 47. Mexico 48. Masturbation 49. Make Love, Not Warcraft 50. Nuclear weapon#* Stats/numbers
INTRODUCTION 00:00 The panel - Fuzheado and Tawker 01:00 News sources - Signpost, Wikizine, Announcements
NEWS 03:06 Board elections, Erik Moeller elected 04:42 Wikimania 2007 - Taiwan selected 07:54 Wikipedia in China 11:30 Tor - The Onion Router explained 16:55 Usernames, no more @ signs allowed 18:44 Category browser
FEATURES 22:07 Spotlight article 24:45 Polar exploration 30:00 British Columbia ferry 30:44 Random Article - The Wilco Book 34:25 Bots explained 37:09 Tawkerbot2 44:55 Wherebot
MISC 48:28 Google/Yahoo News Alerts 49:34 Wikitruth CLOSE 51:05 The World According to Wikipedia 1:00:25 Feedback
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