Difference between revisions of "Maltese-language Wikipedia"

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* [https://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/94338/evarist_bartolo_makes_case_to_cabinet_for_online_maltese_spellchecker#.XUF_blB7mRs Evarist Bartolo makes case to Cabinet for online Maltese spellchecker] - MaltaToday, 15 April 2019
 
* [https://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/94338/evarist_bartolo_makes_case_to_cabinet_for_online_maltese_spellchecker#.XUF_blB7mRs Evarist Bartolo makes case to Cabinet for online Maltese spellchecker] - MaltaToday, 15 April 2019
  
== Celtic Knot 2020 ==
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=== Arctic Knot 2021 ===
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Neville Borg and Toni Sant have proposed [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Arctic_Knot_Conference_2021/Submissions/Ensuring_Malta%27_First_Wikipedian-in-Residence_Survives_the_Pandemic a presentation for the Arctic Knot] conference.
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=== Celtic Knot 2020 ===
 
Neville Borg and Toni Sant presented WCM's work on mt.wikipedia during the [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Celtic_Knot_Conference_2020 Celtic Knot 2020] conference. This work was developed further in collaboration with Davide Denti for the [[CEE]] Conference in October 2020.
 
Neville Borg and Toni Sant presented WCM's work on mt.wikipedia during the [https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Celtic_Knot_Conference_2020 Celtic Knot 2020] conference. This work was developed further in collaboration with Davide Denti for the [[CEE]] Conference in October 2020.
  

Revision as of 12:52, 16 April 2021

The Maltese-language Wikipedia or Wikipedija is something that Wikimedia Community Malta is committed to support. The project was created in the early years of Wikipedia development, along with many other languages, but remains largely underdeveloped.

WCM's first public engagement with Wikipedija took the form of a presentation delivered by Dr Toni Sant during a seminar on translation organised by the European Commission's Representative Office in Malta at Europe House in Valletta on 24 November 2018. The presentation was called Using Wikipedija to engage with digital prospects for the Maltese language.[1]

This was followed up with a Wikipedia Editing Workshop for Translators at the University of Malta on 17 January 2019.

Wikipedia in other "small" languages

This is a selection of Wikipedia links to projects in other languages that are spoken by a similar number of people as Maltese:

Interesting things to consider

Media coverage

International engagement

Arctic Knot 2021

Neville Borg and Toni Sant have proposed a presentation for the Arctic Knot conference.

Celtic Knot 2020

Neville Borg and Toni Sant presented WCM's work on mt.wikipedia during the Celtic Knot 2020 conference. This work was developed further in collaboration with Davide Denti for the CEE Conference in October 2020.

Tools

See also