In the first roundtable discussion on the podcast for 2016, we discuss what English Wikipedia did for April Fools' Day; interesting takeaways from the monthly metrics/activities meeting in the Katherine Maher era (25:20); Emily Temple-Wood's newly found fame in turning trolls into edits (36:58); and Wikipedia Zero and the problem with Angolan file sharers (43:38). Participants: Fuzheado, Keilana, and Gamaliel. Readers who want to navigate through the audio file can do so here.
Wikipedia Weekly is a spoken English-language audio podcast that discusses the Wikimedia movement, and has been produced intermittently since 2006. These new episodes mark a return to what we hope will be a semi-regular publication schedule and will be regularly featured in The Signpost.
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