An Irish Wikipedian was among those who compiled a detailed list.
The Wikipedia team has tried to bring that ratio down since 2014 – but to no avail.
TheJournal.ie sat down with Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales, who was in Dublin this week for Internet Day.
We, as a nation, can do better.
A last minute appeal claimed that TaiChin Preyor’s trial lawyer had insufficient familiarity with Texan law in order to defend him adequately.
No reason was given for the order to block the online encyclopedia, but the politically unstable state has temporarily blocked access to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube in the past.
The interactive ad voice-activates the google search on a phone but pranksters edited the Whopper’s wikipedia entry.
“We cannot reliably verify the mind of the penguin as indifferent.”
Gags, real stories… Irish Wiki has it all.
Irish people call them WHAT?
The *best* part of a celebrity’s Wikipedia.
It’s the website’s fifteenth birthday today.
The online encyclopedia first arrived in 2001 and is now one of the visited sites in the world.
The new AI system will spot errors to help reduce the workload for its human editors.
These 10 images won the Wiki Loves Monuments competition.
Should you have a long journey ahead and need to pass the time.
And it wants your images.
A lot of gems in here.
You just can’t believe anyone these days.
Emmanuel Sanders is alive and getting kicked.
She’s a snake charmer, you say?
It takes all sorts to make a world. All sorts.
It was “the work of a non-human animal”, apparently…
Anonymous alterations were made from computers on a secure intranet, the Liverpool Echo reported.
Yes, Ballindangan is a pretty special place.
Justin Bieber is all the way down at number 8,633. Thank GOD.
Many high-profile women from the science, tech, engineering and maths fields have little or no profile on the contributor-generated online encyclopaedia.
Is this an attempt to psych out the Swedes tonight?
*Ok, Adrian Carton de Wiart is not exactly Irish, but he’s got our blood in him. And he sounds like quite a guy.
Have you ever sent a ‘tvuít’ about the ‘tarrtháil’?
Authors of the study believe it is the site’s own rules that is impacting contributor numbers.
A social media site was the topic most people wanted to look up. But which one was it?